Phoenix Entertainment and Development

Phoenix Entertainment and Development

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Surviving the Storm, The King of My Heart Burbs and book trailers.

Welcome everyone to another big week on the Writer's Revolution. I am your host, the author of The Phoenix Blade, Andrew Hess. This week our guest is an incredible author Sherry A. Burton.

Following a tragic year, Abby thinks she is making a wise choice when she agrees to marry Jacob. While admittedly not in love with him, he has always made her feel safe and protected. That feeling quickly dissipates when he reveals his true colors on their wedding day. With no means to escape, Abby must decide her fate. Not willing to bend to her new husband’s rule, she is in a fight for survival, and a desperate race to discover what secrets he is keeping from her. Secrets that threaten to destroy the very foundation of her soul. Set in New Orleans during a storm that devastated so many, Surviving the Storm is a tension-building tale of suspense that does not let up until the two storms collide.
PJ Taylor is a clown at the local children’s hospital. She can often be found plodding down the halls in her size eleven shoes. She has a caring heart and is always taking in strays. She grew up with a mom who idolizes Elvis. While PJ herself is not a big Elvis fan, she felt compelled to stop when she saw an Elvis impersonator broken down on the side of the dark Kentucky highway in the pouring rain.

Meet Jack Parker: the Elvis impersonator. Jack constantly has ladies throwing themselves at his feet. While fun at first, Jack wants more. He wants someone who likes him for who he is, not who he pretends to be. Six months ago, Jack set out on a quest to find himself. In doing so, he took to living in his car. That car breaks down and Jack prays for help, a prayer that is soon answered. When Jack first lays eyes on PJ Taylor, he is frozen in his tracks. Jack Parker, a fifth degree black belt in karate… is terrified of clowns.

Be sure to check out Sherry's new book Surviving the Storm

and make sure you pickup your copy of The Phoenix Blade: Project Justice:

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