Friday, June 02, 2006

Deliver Us From Evelyn


Hello again everyone. One of my blogging buddies' second book, Deliver Us From Evelyn (Harvest House Publishers), came out in bookstores in March. He is having his own blog book tour right now and asked me to participate in it! His name is Chris Well and his blogsite is Chris Well: Learning Curve.

Chris Well is a novelist and magazine editor. His books include Forgiving Solomon Long 2005, Infuze: Best Short Stories & Poetry 2006, and now, his second novel, the quirky crime drama Deliver Us From Evelyn. By day, he is editor for Homecoming and contributing editor for CCM. He and his wife, Erica (also a blogger), make their home in Tennessee.


If you wish to sample a taste of Chris' latest creation, he has made the first chapter available...click on the link below!

FIRST CHAPTER: DELIVER US FROM EVELYN



Everyone from the Feds to the mob is scrambling to find the husband of heartless media mogul Evelyn Blake. But no one can decide which is worse—that he is missing, or that she is not ... Chris Well
Buy now at Amazon.com

8 comments:

Fred said...

Thanks for the quickie review and links, MC. I'm headed that way now...

The Curmudgeon's Rant said...

I'm looking forward to reading it!

Trinity13 said...

I'll def check it out!

M. C. Pearson said...

Fred~ great, hope you enjoyed it!

Curm~ Yeah, I'm looking forward to all of them!

Trin~ Great!

Wren said...

I saw it on Brandilyn's blog. I want to read it, but there are so many others that I want to read, I've had to create a waiting list! Pretty sad, huh, especially now that I'm going to be a reviewer for FW, too.

Pia said...

hi, MC. this is off topic. just want to say hi.

nettie said...

I'm being tacky and going around leaving reminders about my blogiversary this whole week...

Margie said...

Hi Mimers~ I miss you so much, and was thinking about you tonight so I pulled up your blog. I don't have a blog or know how to do this. I am saddened to hear about Kyle, and we will be praying for his mom, dad, and sister. I hope to talk with you soon. Love your sis, Margie