Wednesday, 30 October 2013

The Gingerbread House Released TODAY on most ebookstore sites

The Gingerbread HouseKeren Joel has a phobia and, without realizing it, she's passed it on to her son, forcing her to seek professional help. What she doesn't expect to find is the man who'd been her best friend, twenty years earlier, and his shrine to a moment that forever changed the adults they became.




Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148720119
  • Publisher: Prism Book Group
  • Publication date: 10/29/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 756 KB

Meet the Author



Jacqueline Hopper wrote her first literary masterpiece in grade four; something about clouds, which the teacher read to the class. This was all it took to spark Jacqueline's interest in writing.
After realizing it wasn’t enough just to have the desire to write—that conclusion coming after her first rejection by publishing house—she decided to hone her skills. 
Her first step towards publishing success began by enrolling in a correspondent writing course. She went on to see her first short story, Listening to Crows, featured in the Nov/Dec 2000 issue of The Hearing Health Magazine.publishing house—she decided to hone her skills. 
Her first step towards publishing success began by enrolling in a correspondent writing course. She went on to see her first short story, Listening to Crows, featured in the Nov/Dec 2000 issue of The Hearing Health Magazine.publishing house—she decided to hone her skills.
Her first step towards publishing success began by enrolling in a correspondent writing course. She went on to see her first short story, Listening to Crows, featured in the Nov/Dec 2000 issue of The Hearing Health Magazine.

1 comment:

  1. For some reason, the Meet The Author was cut off. Here's what is should have said:
    Meet the Author
    Jacqueline Hopper wrote her first literary masterpiece in grade four; something about clouds, which the teacher read to the class. This was all it took to spark Jacqueline's interest in writing.
    After realizing it wasn’t enough just to have the desire to write—that conclusion coming after her first rejection by a publishing house—she decided to hone her skills.
    Her first step towards publishing success began by enrolling in a correspondent writing course. She went on to see her first short story, Listening to Crows, featured in the Nov/Dec 2000 issue of The Hearing Health Magazine.

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