The Contract – Guest Post with Mary Adler

Gwen and I are with Mary Adler today. Mary is hosting us to bring the news of The Contract to her readers. Mary is a writer and very supportive of Indie authors. A visit to her site will give you an idea of just how. Here is the link to her blog.

About Mary in her words.

I was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, quite a long time ago. When I was six or seven, I moved to northern California, where my dog and I disobeyed orders and spent afternoons exploring the bay. We found rocks and shells, crabs and fish. I touched the sandpaper skin of a dead shark and popped the bulbs on the ends of the kelp washed up on the shore. An afternoon at the bay was usually followed by an afternoon of
confinement – if only we could have avoided the tell-tale tar from the Standard Oil Refinery that matted her fur together or ruined yet another pair of my shorts.

When I was fourteen, I returned to Pittsburgh and spent the next decades yearning to live in California again. I yearned through college, teaching in Head Start, marrying, having children, going to law school, practicing law, becoming an associate dean at a medical school, and pursuing photography. During the yearning years, I returned to California for visits to renew my spirit and research the mystery book I was going to write one day.

Finally, my dreams have come true. Sonoma County is home, and In the Shadow of Lies is the book I began researching so long ago.

Thank you, Mary.

 

15 comments

  1. Gwen Plano · ·

    This is a lovely post. I’m ever so grateful to Mary for hosting us today. πŸ™‚

  2. I am fans of anyone who supports us. πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you, Bryan

  3. Thanks, Mary, for hosting these great authors & their great NEW book! β™₯β™₯β™₯

    1. Thank you, Billy Ray.

      1. β™₯β™₯β™₯

  4. Mary Adler · ·

    Hosting John and Gwen was an honor. I love their new book!

    Thank you for the kind words, John and Gwen.

    1. Thank you, Mary.

  5. Reblogged this on DSM Publications and commented:
    Meet author Mary Adler from this guest post on the Fiction Favorites blog

      1. You’re welcome

  6. It’s very nice of Mary to provide support for you both, John. And Mary’s book sounds intriguing, along with the northern Cal. connection and the fact that the Golden Gate is in my ‘backyard.’ πŸ™‚

    1. I hear it is a good one, Lauren.

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