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Jenny | 10 comments Hi guys! Just wanted to let you all know that my recently published e-novel, The Unforgetting will be available as a FREE download from the Kindle store this Friday the 21st:

http://www.amazon.com/The-Unforgettin...

(Sorry about that massive link.)

Here's the blurb:

Twenty-five year old Jewel Murphy has it all: good job, great friends—the perfect boyfriend, but all that is about to change because something evil in her past is demanding to be remembered.

Struck by a series of panic attacks and nightmares of being pursued through a forest, Jewel’s world begins to spiral out of control. Uncovering a sister she didn’t know existed, she becomes obsessed with finding out what else she may have forgotten. As Jewel uncovers scraps of memory and hints of trauma lurking in her past, she unwittingly alienates those closest to her.

When Jewel learns that she spent time as a child on Faraday Island returns, she understands that in order to fix everything that is wrong in her life, she must go back to the island and face whatever trauma lies in her past. Little does she realise that the bogeyman of her childhood nightmares has been waiting for her. Once again, just as she did sixteen years ago, Jewel will be forced into a fight for her life.

The Unforgetting deals with themes of: love, loss, self-courage and fear—all that makes us human. Shown through alternating chapters from past and present, readers are drawn into a child’s world of fairies and magic, as well unimaginable grief and terror as an adult Jewel battles to discover who she is.

It would be fantastic if a few Goodreaders could post a review.

Thanks,
Jenny :)


message 2: by Paulfozz (last edited Sep 18, 2012 10:31PM) (new)

Paulfozz This should be in the selling/giveaway section surely? The general areas are not the place for advertisements or self-promotion... though authors seem to manage to turn any subject in posts to promotion of their own books in my experience! ;-)


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