Book Blurb Friday #6 and Pawsitive Pondering: G is for Goals
Day #7 (19 more to go) of the A to Z Challenge (thank you Arlee Bird) brings us to the letter G.
Book Blurb Friday is here, too—please scroll down for the blurb. If you’ve found me through the A to Z Challenge I hope you’ll read about Book Blurb Friday and opt to participate. It’s a lot of fun!
Enthusiasm and Tenacity
(EAT for short. . .who doesn’t like the sound of that?)
TGIBBF! I’m out of town this week and my computer access is spotty, so please forgive me if I’m late to read your blurb or other posts. I’ll get there, but it may take me longer than usual.
My blurb for this week’s “book cover” is below, and thanks to Sandra Davies for sharing this awesome photo.
Exquisite MariaUCLA history professor Anastasia “Annie” Slayiskova relishes the opportunity to travel abroad, and Europe beckons. During a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts near Vienna’s Imperial Palace a chance meeting with art historian Klaus Vanek changes her life forever.Klaus is certain he has unlocked the secret code hidden inside Exquisite Maria, the bejeweled Egg created in 1886 by the House of Fabergé for Russia’s Empress Maria Fedorovna. Unlike the other Fabergé Eggs, Exquisite Maria was commissioned not by Maria’s husband, Tsar Alexander III, but by a mysterious other.As Annie and Klaus work to confirm the explosive mystery of Exquisite Maria they become targets of an assassin hired by a cabal of ruthless men determined to silence them at any cost. For Annie’s familial past is more than she ever dreamed; and the code, if fully deciphered, will upset the balance of the world’s wealth and power forever. (150 words)
If you are participating in Book Blurb Friday, please leave your URL information with Mr. Linky so others can link to you and read your blurb. For a look at next week’s “book cover” just scroll down.
Here is the “book cover” for BBF #7, offered by Lynn Obermoeller:
I’ll see you tomorrow for the A to Z Challenge and “Pawsitive Pondering” for the letter “H.” Have a great Friday!