Once Upon a Time, My Best Friend Wrote a Book

Once upon a time, a girl decided she wanted to be a romance author, so she joined her local RWA chapter and immediately found a critique partner. She and the critique partner exchanged manuscripts. She had a reunion story contemporary and the critique partner had an awesome suspense/espionage thriller.

They became friends even outside of their critique group and were soon nearly inseparable.

A few years later, the critique partner moved to a land far, far away, but the two remained close, even working together on a writing project.

And, eight years later, that critique partner’s awesome suspense/espionage thriller was published, and they all lived happily ever after!

Ok, well, she’ll live more happily ever after if you buy her awesome suspense/espionage thriller. And you’re in luck, because it’s out today! It’s called Misdirection, and you’re going to love it. This mysterious critique partner? Why it’s the indubitable Melinda Skye, of course.

More about Misdirection:

In the fast-paced world of espionage, two partners must fight their way through a web of lies, misdirections, and red herrings in order to fight back against the terrorist plot that threatens the world.

Vivienne Holbrooke has been at the spy game for quite a while, but her new partner insists on treating her like a novice. But when terrorists threaten the country she’s sworn to protect, they’re going to have to learn to work together.

Alex Masterson had had it up to here with female agents. He didn’t want a partner, he didn’t need a partner, but he was stuck working this case with a little rich girl who wanted to play at being a spy. But when things get a little more complicated than they expect, he might find more than just backup in his partner.

Working together, the two partners tackle terrorists and false trails, eventually leading to a showdown that puts their country in danger … and their hearts on the line. Can they save the world and fall in love?

So what are you waiting for? Buy it!

  • You rock  🙂

    • You are still invited to come do a guest post. 😉

      • So, if I did a guest post, could I use the same guest post that I’m sending to
        another blog? Or do you want to send me some fun interview questions
        🙂  Or should I be all creative and stuff and write another
        guest post? A whole new one?