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Friday, October 8, 2010
Friday Spotlight: Sherry Gloag
Goddess Fish Promotions. In addition to being entered in our Spotlight contest, any comment on this post will also be included in the drawing for a free download of The Brat. You can follow Sherry's tour here. Remember, the more you comment, the better your chances of winning. One comment per stop will be counted, but feel free to dialogue with Sherry as you like.
If walls could talk, what would we learn about the inmates of any building? The private home of the rich and famous, the semidetached in a city centre, better known now as ‘town houses’, and the country cottages that stand proud through all the seasons.
I remember, many years ago, visiting a large house converted for the use and training of those challenged with Spina Biffoda. I can’t remember where this house is or what it is called, but I do remember following my host through the property and into a small room with large cupboards in one corner and a large, almost floor-to-ceiling window and I ‘recognised’ it. Just that one room. Why? I never discovered. If the ‘net existed then, I would have researched the house.
How many times have you walked into a room and felt happy, or sad, or even angry, without knowing why? Is it the atmosphere of your hosts, or the synergy of the past?
In my debut novel, The Brat, my heroine, Gina Williams, has lived in several different houses and environments. Some had a major impact on her life while others have been used by her for a specific reason.
When she returns home after a long absence, she discovers her home lacks its usual warmth. This unsettles her. Will this sudden lack, in what she’s previously considered her safe bolt-hole, have an impact on her future decisions?
To find out, please buy the book.
The Brat is available from The Wild Rose Press in ebook and print from 1st October 2010.