Divorce: A Love Story

Three. Two. One.

Come here. Get really close. I don’t want anybody to miss the story. Everybody gathered around? Great.


                                                 Can you believe it???

Sorry sorry! Didn’t mean to burst any of the eardrums. Hey! Come back. I’ll speak more softly, promise. My publisher Throwaway Lines released the e-book edition of my novel Divorce: A Love Story yesterday on Amazon and B&N. ON MY FREAKING BIRTHDAY. Thank you SJ and Jason. Oh GOD I’m so happy. For a low $2.99, You can download the novel. Don’t have a Kindle or Nook? No worries. You can grab it for your PC, MAC, i-pad, or smartphone right now if you just download the free app from the Amazon or Barnes and Noble websites.

You can download it here:

Barnes and Noble: Nook

Or here:

Amazon: Kindle

It’s gritty, it’s awesome, and if you buy it, you are supporting a great cause (my ego). Please, consider purchasing copies for everyone you know for Christmas. I’m adding a button to my page to help you achieve this goal. It will link back to my Divorce page, where you can find permalinks to any online retailers. Please, go forth now and buy my book. I’ve said what I needed to say.

Divorce: A Love Story__________

remembeRedButtonRed Writing HoodLinking up to two Write on Edge Posts with this one. The RemembeRed post this week asks us to talk about something we’ve anticipated, starting with “three two one”, and Red Writing hood asks us to think about a time we’ve cleaned house. I think this meets both prompts. Because I’ve been anticipating this for a long damned time. And I feel like I have totally cleaned house.

s30pbadgeI’m also linking up to the folks at Studio30+, who I hope will agree that I’ve said what I needed to say.

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Jessie Powell is the Jester Queen. She likes to tell you about her dog, her kids, her fiction, and her blog, but not necessarily in that order.


Divorce: A Love Story — 51 Comments

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  2. Yay! What an achievement, you should be deservedly very proud of yourself. I will be checking it out although I haven't a clue when it comes to that kind of technology. [applause] 🙂

  3. Congrats! What an incredible achievement 🙂 Published! You've just fulfilled the dream of 99.9% of bloggers – finishing writing a book… and actually getting it published.

  4. Hey! Congratulations! Adding you to my blog roll just so you know! Funny, I just posted somewhat less exciting (but exciting for me) news on my blog yesterday! This is wonderful news!

    • Oh thank you!! I've got to get on updating mine. I've got four or five new blogs to add and a couple that I never check anymore that I really should drop off.

  5. If I say that I spend all my writing and say that I do it merely for the love of writing, it only means one thing, that I haven't been published yet.

    Great job and the best of luck to you.


    • Thanks! I know exactly what you mean. For me, writing is a necessity. I can't not-write. Publication means it's worth my while to do what I cannot not do. And if I can actually earn a living this way? I might someday be able to live with myself.

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