Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Treasure in the Flame
by Brenda Corey Dunne

Today, I have the honor of sharing with you, Brenda Corey Dunne's debut novel, TREASURE IN THE FLAME, a historical fiction and fantasy adventure. I met Brenda almost two years ago through an online writer's chat on Twitter, #Writersroad. We became critique partners in an online writer's circle and fast friends. Although our critique circle dissolved, our friendship has remained strong. I am so proud to share with you her debut novel!

"Aminda Ingerham’s father will not wake up. The blacksmith’s lecherous son will not leave her alone. The sawmill workers will not accept her in her father’s place. And the Pastor’s spittle-flecked, fire-and-brimstone sermons are only making matters worse.

To save her father’s mill—and his life—fifteen-year-old Aminda must put her trust in a mysterious old tinker, a handsome village outcast and a troublesome treasure map, each leading her to strange and dangerous places she’d never imagined she’d go.

Only then can Aminda find the Treasure in the Flame."

Brenda Corey Dunne grew up in rural New Brunswick, Canada. She is a freckle-faced physiotherapist, proud mom of three avid readers, and wife to an air force pilot. When not working, writing or taxiing she can be found in either the garden or the paddock on her hobby farm…generally with a coffee in one hand and a book in the other. Treasure in the Flame is her first novel.

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Best of luck to Brenda with her debut novel! Check out the first few pages on Amazon today. 

5 comments :

  1. Very exciting, congratulations and good luck to Brenda!

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  2. Thank you so much Yelena! And good luck to you too! :)

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  3. Congrats to Brenda! I love historicals and this sounds like a good one! And knowing Brenda, I have no doubt it is excellent. Unfortunately, I have a Nook and I don't see B&N on the list though.

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    1. Hi Heather. Yup, no B&N yet. But, you can get a ePub copy for the Nook through Smashwords. That's where I'm getting mine. :D

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