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Meet Lucy, the female main character of my newest novel, one that is giving me the hardest time ever when it comes to deciding in what genre it falls. Why? Because it’s a totally new and unusual way of telling a story. It’s suspense, crime with a hint of romance, but most of all it’s breaking the fourth wall/dimension.
Lucy is not only the main character who tells her story but you – the reader- are inside her head and she knows it. Worse than finding yourself in her head is that she isn’t happy to have you there. She will say and do almost anything to get you to go away, yet is compelled to tell her story. Be prepared to laugh over her behavior or simply jump over the bold parts and enjoy the story without her annoying interruptions. Visitor in my Mind – The Missing Twin is now available for pre-order on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01IJT3X48 for an introduction price of 1.99
Have you ever gone to one of those comedy shows, where the comedian stands on the stage and makes fun of you and anyone else in the crowd? Yet instead of getting angry, threatening with fists for the insult or insulting back, you laugh. Why? I have no f***ing clue. To me, it’s a riddle. One I have observed many times over and that inspired me to experiment a little last year when I participated for the first time in NaNoWriMo (2015).
A story, a mystery and crime where the main character interacts with you, the reader. My son calls it breaking the fourth dimension. Lucy Cain is one hell of a complicated woman, with a hidden temper. A temper, you the reader get to see when nobody else in the story does. Because you are the visitor in her mind, as she and Sam Wilcox meet over something as simple as a building project, that quickly turns into the search for a woman looking like Lucy and somehow it seems, she might be related to her.
The problem is, Lucy is not happy with you intruding, at first. Imagine Deadpool meets Jeff Dunham as they play Sherlock Holmes.
Now available for pre-order with an introduction price of 1.99 US https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01IJT3X48
One of my beta readers said: “I never laughed so much reading a mystery”
another told me: “I never realized how funny it is being yelled at.”
My husband said: “It’s funny and captivating, but most of all engaging.” but of course his opinion is biased. But to me it’s a compliment because usually, he doesn’t like what I write, it’s too mushy in his mind.