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Friday, July 15, 2011

Gifts and Consequences

"Ah, it still has that new-book smell!"

Today was such a big day for me, I just have to take a minute for shameless self promotion.

I know it was a great day in my writing career because the release of the Hatter paperback on Amazon was NOT the big news of the day.  The highlight was the electronic release of my third book: Gifts and Consequences.

Cover by Jodie Coleman

Gifts and Consequences is a departure from the Young Adult Fantasy genre in which I wrote Jabberwocky and Hatter.  It is Contemporary Fiction with Romantic elements.  So why not just call it Romance?  Apart from the ridicule I would face at the fire station, there is so much more to it than a love story.  This is a book I can proudly recommend to any reader--man or woman.

Here's the blurb: 

When multi-millionaire Jonathan Wheeler’s wife contracts a debilitating illness, it transforms both of their lives. No longer concerned with business and finance, Jonathan turns his attention to giving. But no gift comes without a price, and those unwilling to pay the price learn that no gift comes without a consequence.

The recipients of these gifts vary as greatly as the terms of Jonathan’s unusual contracts. From the high school Senior who gets sold-out concert tickets, and the food addict who receives tuition to a weight loss program, to the man who is given the chance to walk to the ends of the earth to save his true love’s life.

Each accepts the gift with the understanding that there’s always a catch, and anyone who agrees to Jonathan’s terms risks losing even more than they stand to gain.

Gifts and Consequences is a tragic love story full of beauty and heartbreak and hope.



While there is no graphic sex or violence, the story contains adult themes, as opposed the the Young Adult books I've written previously.

You can pick up a Kindle sample and/or purchase it here.  Try a sample, read the book, spread the word!

(Coming soon toNook, Apple, Kobo, Sony, etc.)

3 comments:

Emily said...

This sounds interesting. I look forward to reading it.

Taina Rodriguez said...

Started reading the sample and it's really interesting

Daniel Coleman said...

Taina - Thanks! From the feedback I've received I think it really takes off at the 25% mark or so.