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Book Title: Hoodoo Money|
The author of the book: Sharon C. Pennington
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 6.51 MB
Edition: Sharon Cupp Pennington
Date of issue: September 21st 2013
ISBN 13: 9781492330004
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BLURB: Superstitious . . . straight-laced children's author Braeden McKay? Leprechauns and cluricans and the kissin' of the Blarney? For sure and certain, she believes! Braeden is three-quarters Irish after all. She dutifully keeps the woven cross of Saint Brigid attached to the wall above her bed. And by all that stands right and true, she should have stopped her friend from stealing the nickel off that hoodoo woman's grave in a New Orleans Cemetery. At the very least, coaxed Angie put the nickel back. Now Braeden hasn't a clue where the confounded coin is. A ruthless mugging, deadly accident, betrayal and murder. Multiple murders! Misfortune plagues her. Will the handsome New Orleans detective, Sanderson Montgomery, be her salvation? Can love, the very entanglement she's fought so hard to avoid, be the one force greater than any adversary — even a hoodoo curse?
Read information about the authorLike most writers, I always had a brain bursting with scenarios and a . . . drawer, shoebox, folder . . . of unfinished manuscripts. My first published story, "McTammany's Bed of Roses," appeared online in The Emporium Gazette, Issue 46, February 2003. With that sale, I earned enough to buy a novel in the paperback section at Wal-Mart or a couple of trade-ins at the local paperback swap-n-shop.
But I was a published author at age 54 - and I was flying!
Why did I wait so long? I grew up during a time when parents believed daughters should take typing and shorthand, master a keypunch machine, become competent fodder for the secretarial pool. You can't make a living as a writer, you know.
So I worked in office and museum and university settings, and typed words dictated by others. I became a file clerk, an executive secretary, an office manager. I married my favorite protag - no regrets there - raised three most excellent children, who later gave us five most excellent grandchildren.
But in my head and heart, the dream still simmered. And my favorite protag - we'll call him Wayne - knew this. When I left my last job, he said enough, and threw his full support behind me.
Now my short stories have appeared in numerous online and print venues, with anthology contributions to The Rocking Chair Reader (in the Coming Home edition and Family Gatherings). A Cup of Comfort for Weddings: Something Old, Something New and Good Old Days Magazine.
Finally, after years of rewrites and the unwavering patience of my "do or die" critique group (Writing Well), Hoodoo Money was released by Draumr Publishing in 2008. It's the kind of romantic suspense novel I love to read, set in contemporary Louisiana and Texas, and will be followed by a second novel and sequel, Mangroves and Monsters.
WIPS: Reparation (third installment in the Hoodoo Money series) and The Churchyard Watcher (a stand-alone, contemporary romantic suspense with a supernatural twist).
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