What is it that makes us westerners insist upon happy endings? Don’t get me wrong — I’m all for ’em — but so many Asian cultures produce books with terrible endings; the more heartbreakingly ironic the ending, the better the story.
Not only do I want a happy ending, sometimes I’m aggravated when there’s too much manufactured conflict. I was feeling this way when I wrote Safeword: Matte, and as a result we get to see two people coming together and finding their own path without a lot of drama thrown in from all directions.
I’ll give away one copy of Safeword: Matte on Sunday, January 27th. There are three ways to enter — do all three and you’ll be entered three times, or do one and you’re entered once:
- Follow me on Facebook and let me know about it (email, comment, or FB message)
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- Comment below.
To read a blurb and excerpt, click the book cover and you’ll be taken to the book’s page.
You must be 18 or older to enter. Make sure you leave your email address in the comments. Good luck to all who enter!
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