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More reader questions

More reader questions

After I posted answers yesterday to reader questions, a few more came in. So we’ll do another round of questions and answers today. The drill today is the same as yesterday: Some of these questions and answers contain spoilers. Unless you’re one of those people who enjoys snooping in Christmas presents, you really shouldn’t keep reading unless you’ve finished the book. SPOILERS AHEAD…

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Early praise for Identity

Early praise for Identity

Putting a book out can leave you feeling a little… exposed. What if people think it’s awful? What if people don’t like Sharlah? (I feel very protective of Sharlah.) So I was very excited (and very relieved) to hear from a couple author friends, Paula LaRocque and Julia Heaberlin, who had read Identity and liked it. Here’s what they had to say about it:…

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How do I get the book?

How do I get the book?

Updated with the latest info! Not up to speed on the e-book revolution? You’re not alone. I’ve heard from quite a few folks who share your trepidation. Some might call you Luddites, but I call you readers. If you have the will to read Identity, believe me, there’s a way. Here’s how to read the book on pretty much any device you might own,…

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Get a sneak peek at Identity

Get a sneak peek at Identity

New job. New town. New life. Sharlah Webb thinks her life is changing for the better, until the day she comes home and finds police cars surrounding her house. Advance praise: “Author Shawna Seed’s characters are engaging, her plot satisfying, and she writes like a dream!  Entertaining debut!” — Paula LaRocque, author of Chalk Line, a Ben Gallagher mystery. Here’s an excerpt of Identity.…

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Should I keep reading?

Should I keep reading?

Every book lover has faced this issue: Should I finish reading a book I’m not really enjoying? I picked up a novel because it was extremely well-received by critics, who used words like “groundbreaking” and “inventive.” It may be those things, but it is also not for me. I’m not emotionally invested in the characters, and the writing style — while inventive —…

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