I met my now close friend Mary Meddlemore (well, Mary is a character, who demanded to write her own story and the author […and although I know who she is I won’t reveal it…you can ask her if you want] seeing her determination and her love of stories could but agree) through the group of authors I’ve mentioned quite a few times now, ASMSG (logo and website attached to my blog). We got chatting on Facebook, then started exchanging e-mails, we organised a joint giveaway in January…and keep talking…and exchanging ideas about promotion, and writing….
I’ve loved Mary’s dedication to writing, and particular her love of stories. She makes no secret of the fact that she loves stories and stories possess her to the point where she has to write them as they demand it. In the case of ‘Forever After: A Dimensional Love Story’ one of the characters in the story, Mary Meddlemore (and she is a character and a half) insisted in writing the story. And it is absolutely wonderful. I’ve reviewed the novel (I leave you the link below) and loved every minute of it. And I’m very happy to say that Mary/Martie is working on the continuation of the story. And she has very ambitious plans indeed.
I leave you a sample of the novel, some links (Mary has a wonderful blog and has recently created a Facebook page that everybody who loves stories is welcome to visit and participate in) and my heartfelt recommendation of Mary’s books.
Sample of ‘Forever After. A Dimensional Love Story’
Andrew slowly got to his feet. He felt ancient.
There was a sudden sense of motion.
She was next to him, next to him, but when he turned his head, she was in front of him and he could only see her hair and the elegant motion of her hips and shoulders. He could have touched her. She walked right through the huge glass pane next to the door and was gone.
“Are you all right, Sir?”
Andrew nodded. His legs moved stiffly through the door the attendant held for him. There was no need to ask if somebody else saw her. It was obvious that nobody did, because she was not real. He could not set a trap for her and he would never be able to talk to her. She was some kind of … apparition.
He walked back to the office. It was overcast and freezing outside and he was completely crazy.
Mary’ s author page in Amazon:
Don’t forget to check her other books: ‘In the Reign of Ilev’ and ‘The Seventh Sheep’!
And this is Mary’s new Facebook page:
Thank you for reading and don’t forget to CLICK!
Blogs to follow:
- Book reviews: ‘Regina Puckett’s Short Tales of Horror’ and ‘Forever After. A Dimensional Love Story.’ (olganm.wordpress.com)