COVER RELEASE – coming soon
When Emily Drury takes a job as legal counsel for an import-export company in another town, she doesn’t make the decision because she wants to leave the big city where she works but because she thought she might be safer in a place far away from where she started out. Perhaps no one will follow her.
Joe Tanner is looking for a lawyer to assume an executive position with his rapidly expanding company, but why is this beautiful young woman interested in the job when she could stay and become partner at the law firm where she works? When she arrives, a mystery travels with her, wrapping tentacles around them both.
Joe’s first reaction is to protect her, but he doesn’t know the whole story or who he might be protecting her from. Can Emily trust him enough to divulge her secret, and will he learn what he needs to know in time to stop the avalanche that’s gaining speed as it races down the hill toward them both?
The print book version of Suspended Animation by Sylvie Grayson is now available. Go to the Amazon site to find it, or click on the link below to have a look
It’s been a lot of fun working with Steven Novak to come up with the full cover, and writing the back blurb. I hope you enjoy it.
I just had to show a picture of the flower pots on my deck. Every year I cut them back and put them under cover for the winter. I water them a few times and in the spring when it warms the perennials start to grow. That’s when I decide how many new plants I need to buy and how many have made it through to bloom again.
It’s usually a mixed bag. Sometimes they turn out well, sometimes not. But this year it was a total surprise. This is a set of three pots pushed together in a triangular shape against the deck railing. The beautiful blue-green grasses are from last year, as are the tall grey foliage. The low angular branching plants are new to me but they just went crazy taking off in all directions and visually tying the three pots together.
The coleus planted in each pot just adds a jewel tone here and there. Shades of ruby, lemon yellow and green blend with the petunias and inpatients. I love the pots this year. What do you do for flower pots?