Cassie Williams is your typical seventeen-year-old. She loves her friends, the beach, and loves being in love. But Cassie is different in one way--she's dying, and she's afraid. Still, she's never alone. Her guardian angel, Legend, has been watching over her. He knows her fears, and in an effort to make her last months on earth count, he takes on a human form. While Cassie loves being in love, she's never really been in love, and neither has Legend. Both of them are about to discover perfect moments of an imperfect world fitting both the grace of an angel and the hopefulness of a human in spite of a future all but bereft of possibility.
I've been working really hard to get another fiction book ready to put up on Amazon and the other retailers, so I think it's time for a little celebration. After all, I'm going to take a breather for a few days after Dreamer's done, and if you enjoy reading my fiction, you'll find a new book you can purchase. Still, I think I'm going to do one better. For every ten comments I get on this page by different people, I will give away a free e-book copy of Dreamer via Smashwords so you can pick the e-reader version. The cut off for entry will be Saturday at midnight. And in case you're wondering about Dreamer, here's a little more information.
My latest release is a collection of essays about living with autism. My youngest child is on the spectrum, and I wanted to write a book not about the gloom and doom of autism but rather the lighter side, the side that is actually thankful for my daughter in spite of the chaos that autism brings. Anyhow, the Kindle link is below. I'll post the other ebook and print links as they come up. I'll also be setting up a Goodreads giveaway, so keep your eyes open for that.
Autism can be a formidable challenge to any family. It has a way of draining energy, causing chaos, and putting everyone involved in a tail spin. Anybody who has heard the word autism knows it’s a difficult disorder even if he or she doesn’t have any personal involvement with this condition. That’s the hard part. But what about the flip side? Yes, there is one. The things your child does that other children don’t, the gifts your child alone has, and the love you could never imagine having without your autistic child. Whether you are a parent of a child on the spectrum, a teacher with autistic students, or maybe even someone who just wants different information about autism, It’s Not About Destination invites you to take a time out from the difficult part of autism and celebrate the gift of life that’s been presented. You know you want to. And this book is just waiting for you to see autism from a different point of view.
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