Friday, August 23, 2013

Everybody's Got a Story by Heather Wardell




Both personally and professionally, Alexa knows all too well the power of words. Two years after her boyfriend Christophe's vicious attack, she's still trying to see herself as more than simply 'his victim', still trying to figure out her own story.

After his trial, she moves from New York City to Toronto in an attempt to start over, but his words cling to her and even in a new country she can't see how to move into relationships with the new people in her life while hiding the secret of Christophe's worst offense.

She can't hide that secret from her coworker Jake, though, because the news buff has recognized her from the coverage of the assault and trial and knows every word she can't bring herself to say about her ordeal.

With Jake's help, can Alexa reclaim her story and her life?

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**Everyone who leaves a comment below will be entered to win a $20 Amazon gift card! Anyone who purchases their copy of Everybody's Got a Story before  November 4 and sends their receipt to Samantha (at) ChickLitPlus (dot) com, will get five bonus entries.**

**The winner is Afsha! Please email me to confirm your prize!**


Author Bio:


Growing up, I was an avid (rabid?) reader. I am a natural speed reader, regularly clocked at about 1200 wpm (I read Harry Potter 5 in just under three hours), and always have several books on the go, nearly all in e-book form on my Kindle.
I have always made up stories in my head, but never considered becoming a writer. Instead, I intended to be a high school music teacher. I was sidetracked by my enjoyment of my psychology courses in university, and ended up with a psychology degree with a concentration in computer science.
This took me to a major Canadian bank as a software developer. I stayed there for just over four years, and then went back to school to become an elementary school teacher. After four years teaching elementary school computer science, I took up the National Novel Writing Month challenge and attempted to write a novel in a month.
I succeeded, and the first draft of "Life, Love, and a Polar Bear Tattoo" was the result. I realized I love writing. I left teaching, and I haven't looked back since!

In my non-writing time, I read, run, swim, crochet, take care of my 55 gallon aquarium and my cat Trinity, and play drums and clarinet. Generally not all at once.

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Buy the Book!

Amazon.com (Kindle)
Barnes and Noble (for their nook reader)
Kobo (ePub format)
Smashwords.com (variety of formats)
Sony (for their ebook readers)
If you prefer print, you can get "Everybody's Got a Story" at:

11 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing! Sounds like an emotional and wonderful story! Can't wait to start reading!

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  2. Loved being part of this amazing tour!

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  3. I love the cover art. It sounds like a story that is going to really pull you in

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  4. Sounds like a moving story. My favorite kind :)

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  5. This looks great! Thanks for the giveaway, too!
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  6. Love the title and sounds like an amazing book! Thanks for the giveaway. :)
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  7. Love Heather Wardell! Sounds like a great giveaway!

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  8. Thanks for the chance just picked up my copy the excerpt was great mdodd2005 AT gmail DOT com

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  9. Have read all of Heather's books and each one is awesome.

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  10. A natural speed reader? That's a skill I'd love to have. I'm kind of a slow reader.
    Heather is a new-to-me author. I've enjoyed learning more.

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  11. Love Heather Wardell's writing. Nice easy reads to take your mind away from the stress of the day... This story keeps you interested and has a little romance too :)

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