My 8th fiction novel is FINALLY finished. It took quite a while to write this one. I put a lot of thought and work into it, designed cover after cover, discarded them and started over, thought about scenes that needed to be added, changes that needed to be made….even after extensive editing.

The result is what I believe to be a beautiful story of love, loss, and sacrifice.

Here’s the blurb for the book:

On October 18, 2013, Autumn Marie Jensen disappeared from Gunney’s on Route 93 in Kingman, Arizona.
On October 18, 2024, she returned with no knowledge of her eleven-year absence, thrusting her into a life where nothing and no one is as she remembers.
Her husband, Simon, is remarried, her two children are adults, and her best friend can’t be located.
Where was she for all those years, and why can’t she remember what happened to her?
Is the Autumn who returned to Kingman the same woman who vanished? The new version of her possesses an uncanny ability that the old version didn’t.
The power to heal the sick and injured.
Her unexpected return wasn’t happenstance. She came back to fulfill a specific mission, one that will ultimately lead to her having to make the most important decision of her life.
Making a choice between who lives, and who dies.

But the story is so much deeper than the blurb. I don’t want to give too much away, though.

Here’s the link to the paperback version of the book:

The book is available in paperback, hard cover and E-Book through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Google Play, Lulu, and Kobo.

While you’re at it, check out the titles of my other novels: A Requiem for Revenge, Ghost Girl, Hurricane (adapted into a screenplay by Lorin McCraley of True Blood fame), The Children In the Woods (sequel to Ghost Girl), The Punishment Room, Dream Weavers, and Thy Kingdom Come.

If you choose to read The Fall of Autumn’s Becoming, I hope you enjoy the story.

Let me know what you think of it. I love hearing from YOU, the reader.

Take care.

Glenda

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