Thursday, January 17, 2013

Finding Out by Sheryn MacMunn

Getting dumped on the sidewalk by her live-in boyfriend of seven years and realizing that he nearly emptied their savings account is the first of Sheila Davenport's problems. At thirty-six, Sheila had thought her life was on track. But life no longer makes sense. Now she's saddled with a mortgage that's about to skyrocket, a psychotic boss, and a new employee who is unqualified and hell-bent on messing with the company's rules.

Her friends advise her to date immediately, preferably someone rich and successful, or risk being old and alone. But Sheila needs to figure out what went wrong and how she got to this place. Since Prince Charming has ruined Sheila's life, who can save her now?

Help comes unexpectedly from her elderly neighbor, Ruth Grey, who has had her own share of ups and downs. As their friendship grows, Ruth reveals her deeply moving story of survival in WWII Germany. Ruth's mesmerizing past is a powerful tale of love and revenge that provides the perspective Sheila desperately needs to put the pieces of her own life back together.

Will Sheila succeed at work or walk away? Can she save her home? And why do her friends think they have it any better?

A story of love found and lost, true friendship, and how the human spirit endures.

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Author Bio:

Sheryn MacMunn self-published her debut novel, Finding Out, in April 2012. It became an Amazon best-seller in two months, hitting the Contemporary Women and Contemporary Fiction list. FINDING OUT then hit best-seller status in the Single Women, Friendship, Romance, and Love & Romance categories as well. In addition to being a self-published author, Sheryn works full-time in Mobile ad sales. Sheryn attended University of Massachusetts, Lowell and received her MBA from Simmons College School of Management. She now lives in Connecticut with her family. Visit for more information.

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  1. It sounds like Finding Out has done well in the charts.

    The element of her neighbor, Ruth, sounds like something very interesting and different. I look forward to reading it.

  2. It sounds like a great, empowering story for her to pick up the pieces. I will have to add it to my to be read list

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  3. It's been awhile since I've read a really good book. I love listening to elders tell their stories of their past and I know I'd enjoy hearing about Ruths.

  4. I also enjoy listening to elders, for past year I have been spending time with my favorite aunt and listening to stories I've never heard before. This sounds like a great read!

  5. I was so excited to feature Sheryn at my blog—her road to publication and her debut are both very moving!

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  6. This books sounds great, I saw it featured as part of the tour at two of my favorite blogs, so i hope I get to read it soon =)

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  7. This is one of my favorite books! I could not put it down! Can't wait for number 2!

  8. This book was awesome! I read it in two days. One of the best books I have read and now I will be hard pressed to read anything as interesting. I loved the interaction between Sheila and Ruth. I hope there are more stories on Ruth's life. Fantastic book!


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