Kim McAllister’s tenuous hold on reality begins to unravel when a brutal murder points to her as the killer. Consuming excessive amount of alcohol has become her nightly ritual and it isn’t unusual for her to blackout, but that night is more than just a void. Overwhelmed by the evidence stacking up against her, she is tormented by the facts, but somewhere in the black hole of that night she knows the truth is hiding if only she could remember. But another truth is hiding there as well and uncovering one means uncovering the other and she is terrified by what she might find.
If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking. –Haruki Murakami
What will you read today?
Keep reading books, but remember that a book is only a book, and you should learn to think for yourself. –Maxim Gorky
Books have no value until someone reads them and independent writers are always looking for new readers.
Every writer, no matter how seasoned, has opportunities to improve. The best way to improve is to write, write then write some more because, like any skill, excelling requires repetition.
Provide readers with quality fiction derived from focused attention to detail and a never ending thirst for knowledge and you’ll create loyal readers who keep coming back for more.