By Sidda Lee Rain
April showers bring May flowers right? Well, what in the heck does April snow bring? Springtime in Minnesota is so confusing. Fingers crossed that Iowa in a couple weeks has better weather.
I’m looking forward to attending the NORTH IOWA BOOK BASH for the first time. I will tell you I’m already impressed by what I’ve seen. They’ve been advertising via digital billboards, social media postings and I’ve heard there’s been several posters/signs spotted out amongst the living…you know, not the internet. Some pretty impressive networking for a small con.
Did I mention the book signing has over 50 authors and only cost two dollars! Yes, two bucks and tickets are sold at the door. Authors of various genres in one spot from 9:00 am-4:00 pm (a brief break for lunch from 11:45-1:00).
When: Saturday, April 30th at 9am-4pm
Where: Best Western Holiday Lodge
2023 7th Ave N, Clear Lake, Iowa 50428
I’d LOVE to see you there! Stop by my table during the signing and pickup a FREE copy of my short She AIN’T Going Out Like That.
Country music fan? I am. I fell in LOVE with a Reba McEntire song a couple years ago called Going Out Like That and it inspired me to write a story-actually start a new series. The Broken Heartsville series will each be inspired by a song and they will be a short erotic story stemming from a broken heart. Why? Because, broken hearts happen but life does go on even when we least expect it. Next in the series will be…So Much BETTER In a Black Dress.
Don’t know the song? Here’s the link to the hit Reba song and video that inspired me to write about Ava and Bryce. Going Out Like That link: https://g.co/kgs/ggpvY
AMAZON link: She AIN’T Going Out Like That (Broken Heartsville a short story series) by Si…http://www.amazon.com/dp/B012LVC7W4/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_Q4hdxb1GAK4QB via amazon
Blurb (each story is a stand alone, NO cliffhanger, HEA)
When her husband…soon to be ex-husband decides their marriage is over in an email. Yes, an email! Ava realizes the truth of their relationship that she’d been conveniently ignoring in recent years.
A simple dress she’d bought for an event last December still hung in her closet. With her husband not approving of the delicate designer work of art she’d yet to wear it.
Tonight she was all about making David and their failed marriage nothing but a memory and the night only started by slipping into that red dress and black leather heels.
Pssst…She AIN’T Going Out Like That is only a .99 read!