I’m so very glad to be back here again at Fresh Fiction, and very excited about my upcoming Victorian romance releasing in December, My Unfair Lady. Funny, adventurous and as always, a bit naughty, I’m introducing you to the heroine of the novel, Summer Wine Lee, through a letter she wrote to her father upon arriving in London in the summer of 1885 (that isn’t in the book!). As always, wishing you happy reading! Kathryne Kennedy. Dearest Papa: I have arrived in London and I must say it is not unlike New York, except that everything is so old here. If society knows I exist they do not care, for I have yet to receive a single invitation. But do not despair, Papa, for I am confident that my plan will be a resounding success. Indeed, I have met the gentleman who I have retained to insure my introduction to society, and he is a superior example of the breed. To read more of the letter please click here. Visit FreshFiction.com to learn more about books and authors.
October 2009On Sale: September 29, 2009Featuring: Audrey Lucas; Saraub Ramesh; Jayne Young432 pages ISBN: 0061624217EAN: 9780061624216Mass Market Paperback$7.99 Thriller Paranormal – Supernatural, Horror Buy at Amazon.com Audrey’s Door by Sarah Langan Some doors lead to all the wrong places. When budding architect Audrey Lucas abandons her live-in boyfriend for a flat in the Breviary, an architectural landmark on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, her newfound freedom comes at a price. Her apartment’s gruesome history includes a deranged mother who drowned her children in the bathroom’s claw-footed tub. Yet ghosts and the strange habits of her eccentric fellow tenants of the building are nothing compared to the horrors she unleashes within herself when, after sleepwalking during torturous dreams, she starts constructing a door in the middle of her living room. This chilling haunted house tale will stay with you long into the night — and beyond. A spooky, horrorific book trailer… don’t be scared! Previous Picks Visit FreshFiction.com to learn more about books and authors.