Friday, July 24, 2015

Go buy cookies ... go buy cookies ....


It's our 30th high school reunion this weekend but we're not going. I've got too much on my plate right now to deal with it.

I didn't go to the 10th -- I should have. I looked good and didn't know it.

Ah well. We did go to the 20th and it was fun. Soooo ... here's looking at 40th.

I did tell Steve that we should finally go to a movie or two this weekend. We don't want to see Ant Man so I'm thinking it will be Jurassic World.

Otherwise, I'll be hangin' with the boys, keeping cool.

Have a great weekend, y'all.

Much love,
PK the Bookeemonster

1 comment:

ace varkey said...

Dear PK,

I apologize for contacting you this way, but could not find your email. I'm wondering if you might be interested in reading and reviewing my debut mystery, "The Girl Who Went Missing." If you are annoyed that I am using the comment section to write you, don't read on. If not, then.....
My first mystery, "The Girl who went Missing," came out on April 23rd. It is set in Mumbai, India, and though it has mystery written all over it, there is a sliver of romance as well. I wrote it to entertain readers but at the same time I wanted to highlight a socially pressing topic.

While it's never easy to convert a 245 page (89,616 words) novel into a few paragraphs, here is the synopsis:
When June Warner arrives in India to visit her sister Thalia, a trip to take her mind off her jilted engagement, she is greeted by the bright hot chaos of Mumbai but not her sister. She goes to the YMCA where Thalia is staying, only to find that she is not there.
Convinced that Thalia’s no-show is a sign that she is in danger, June begins a desperate search for her younger sister.
Police Commissioner Oscar D'Costa, scarred by the tragedies of his past, swears he will never again ignore his gut instinct when it comes to a missing girl. And with more and more dead foreign women being found in his precinct, he becomes convinced a conspiracy is at play.
Through the two worlds of American naiveté and Indian chaos, they must find the girl who went missing.
If this interests you, I would be delighted to send you a copy that is Kindle friendly. I do have some reviews on Goodreads and Amazon, if you choose to read them. Finally, I don't have a time frame for a review; you get to it when you get to it.

Thank you so much,
Ace Varkey
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