Book sales for The Year of the Rabbit have tripled!

I am not exaggerating. As of today, May book sales for The Year of the Rabbit have tripled over April’s.  There’s something about rabbits and multiplying…

The book is for sale at CreateSpace and Amazon for only $12.  The eBook version is due to be ready by July.  It’s a matter of convincing a resident “artist in the making” to help with the proposed cover image….  Then there’s the offer of a book coach to help tighten up the story.  Since there may be a Canada Post strike, I had better get on that, eh?

What’s the book about?

A young priest, resigned to going through the motions of following the teachings of the church in a small Muskoka town during the 1970s, finds his true calling through unexpected encounters with his precocious love child and his attempts to protect her from the evils in the world.

A little girl tries to make sense of her lonely world and sees the Year of the Rabbit as one of hope due to the birth of her illegitimate nephew.

This novel has been a four-year labour of love. Come read about Gio, Sera and Aunt Georgette. Follow their encounters with fate, family and forgiveness.

Young girls and women will like Sera and Aunt Georgette.  Warm blooded men will like Aunt Georgette ;o^

Still not convinced?  Sample and taste some excerpts from the first draft.


About shewrite63

I am Theresa. I am a Mother, Grandmother and intermittent writer. I published a bittersweet novel under the pen name of Florence T Lyon. I am also a real life survivor, cynic and IT support worker trying to keep up with technological changes. Can't eke a living off of my writing skills - yet!
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