Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Beneath the Surface is released!!

The day has arrived - my book, Beneath the Surface, has been released at Wild Child Publishing. Hallelujah. http://www.wildchildpublishing.com/

Blurb for Beneath the Surface
Jo has the darkest of secrets in her past, which drives her to seek out the most traumatic of hotspots in the world as a war correspondent so she never has the time to confront what she did. A fellow reporter, Craig, accompanies her into war-torn Sergavia to recover rolls of film from a dead colleague and along the way Jo finds love and a reason to go back to the beginning so she can move forward.

Extract from Beneath the Surface
Branko’s eyes, unseeing, gazed up to the heaven I hoped he had gone to. What freakin’ heaven, for God’s sake? Who was I fooling? Out of the black sky, a wave of hopelessness thundered over me. For an instant a cavity opened and closed, but I had seen inside, and that image of empty loneliness scratched at my sanity.
I fell forward onto my knees by his side and touched an unblemished cheek. It was cold. This was the face Ana loved. I felt her sorrow, and tears threatened. I brushed his hair into place and rubbed at the dirt on that cheek. I had seen more death than most people see in a century of life, but this was Branko. He had a name. I had talked to him. I had liked him.
I heaved my pack onto my back, snatched up the rifle, checked the magazine and put the safety on. There was nothing I could do for Branko, but I could help save his family—if I could get to them before they reached the pass.
I turned around and faced the mountains. That was where I was going. Up there into the snow.


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Suzanne Perazzini said...

The above comment I have deleted was a weird one. A long advert in Spanish about selling meat. Go figure!

Anonymous said...

Nice post about your new book. I also enjoyed the previous post about the trip.

Thanks for visiting my blog. I appreciate it.

Suzanne Perazzini said...

Thanks for your comments, Abraham. I really enjoy the photos on your blog.


raine said...

Well Amen, long time coming, and well-deserved!
You are such an awesome writer, I know this is just the beginning.
I will be ordering and enjoying.
Go celebrate!! :D

Bernita said...

I thought I had congratulated you already but it seems I screwed up.
Congratulations, Suzanne!
I really like a girl who can handle a gun!

Suzanne Perazzini said...

Thanks Raine, I was too busy trying to get the home page of my website adjusted to celebrate and now I had better update the rest of the site.
People buying my book are having some difficulty so please persevere if at first you don't succeed.LOL>


Suzanne Perazzini said...

Thanks Bernita. A girl can never get enough congratulations.
A man with a gun is not bad either - as long as it's used judiciously, of course.


Toni Helen said...

Yay, Suzanne.

I am so happy for you and I know that this is just the beginning of a wonderful career. You are a great writer and it is just taking the rest of the world a little while to work that out!

I am about to 'out' you on the RWNZ loop - so here's to a few more hits and sales.

Hugs, Toni

Abby Gaines said...

Suzanne, congrats on your new release - looks like an intriguing story!

Suzanne Perazzini said...

I don't belong to the loop so thanks for outing me, Toni.
I appreciate your confidence in my writing ability. Hope to see you at the next meeting.


Suzanne Perazzini said...

Thanks so much for dropping by, Abby. It is an intriguing story, even if I do say so myself.LOL.


Nature Nut /JJ Loch said...

Super congrats, Suzanne. I can't wait to start reading BENEATH THE SURFACE!!! You have a voice that belongs to the world.

Hugs, JJ

Suzanne Perazzini said...

Thanks Nancy. I like the way you put that compliment.


Sandpiper said...

Congratulations!! I'm so happy for you. It must be so fun to see your name on the cover of a book! How cool! :-) This is wonderful!

Suzanne Perazzini said...

Thanks so much, Sandpiper. It is good progress towards certain goals.