by Daisy Harris
Excerpt from the beginning: chapter one
On either side of the door to her prison, panes of colored glass alternated with clear. Josie Friedman lowered her face to look through a square. Her breath blew puffs of steam on the window.
A riot of green battled outside. Celadon moss hung from algae-covered branches. Ferns burst from rotted logs and hostas curved from wet indentation. Her maker Adam's rough gravel driveway bled onto an unpaved road. Everything looked slick and damp, soft alternating with hard. She imagined the crunch of stones under her feet, though she'd never left the house.
Her eyes followed the gray stream of pebbles to where it disappeared in a thicket of vines, but something caught her eye. At first she thought it moved. Or maybe at first it did move, but then it was still, it was a man.
Win a copy of this ebook!
Open those over age 18.
Offer ends: October 16, 2011
TO DO: (2-parts)
1. ONE of these:
ADD this book to your Goodreads
LIKE this book on amazon.
TWEET this: (or click the twitter button on this post)
Giveaway: Lust After Death by Daisy Harris http://vvb32reads.blogspot.com/2011/09/giveaway-lust-after-death-by-daisy.html
CREATE a blog post about this.
2. AND, let me know in comments what you did along with your email (if I don't already have it)
Contest has ended - winner is here
* part of Lust After Death tour, Sep 30 to Oct 18