After three years, I finally got her published.
I honestly feel like I gave birth.
On a bright fall day in 1942, Emma Daniels was singing with her friends on the steps of the county courthouse, as they did every Saturday. When the group broke for lunch, Emma stepped into the general store for a soda and overheard a long-held family secret that shattered her world. Feeling humiliated and ashamed, she impulsively left her small east Texas town with only a borrowed bag, her guitar case, and her big dreams.
After a series of setbacks, Emma finds herself stranded in Memphis until Reese Grafton comes to her rescue and invites her to stay at his horse ranch with him and his father. With no other options, Emma accepts and sets out on an adventure that takes her to Nashville and into the home of Boots Grafton, the king of the Grand Ole Opry.
While living with the singing legend and his son, Emma realizes that even when your dreams come true, there's still more to life than chasing success.
Hope you have a great month!
Congratulations! How exciting! I love the premise.ReplyDelete
Thank you Liz! It was a fun story.Delete
I'm also working on a (sequel) novel of a series that's taken way too much time to get into eBook/print. "Stars at Night" looks like it's a winner, despite the delay. Best of luck.ReplyDelete
I totally rewrote this one- and it took me forever to get the ending- Best of luck to you too- it's a labor of love for sure.Delete
You deserve great success!ReplyDelete
I have a great mentor!Delete
Congratulations, Sherri! And you did a great job on the blurb, too.ReplyDelete
thank you Jacquie- I have to admit the blurb is the hardest for me.Delete