On Tour: Storm in a B Cup by Lindy Dale

storm in a b cupLindy will be on tour February 10-March 10 with Storm in a B Cup

“It’s my funeral. If I want you to play Bon Jovi as they wheel my body away to be cremated you’ll do it.”
The horrified look on Brendan’s face says he’ll do anything but. “People will laugh.”
“I want them to. I want a funeral where everyone stands around and remembers the funny things I did, and then they get really pissed.”
Sophie Molloy has Breast Cancer. She didn’t think it was cancer to begin with, she thought it was another cyst. She also didn’t think it would be the catalyst for a series of life changing events, none of which involved chemotherapy. Within months of her diagnosis, Sophie loses not only her right breast but her boyfriend of three years, her house and her best friend. Her life spirals from great to bad, then ugly. Nothing can make it better, not even the crazy care packages her mother keeps sending from Melbourne.
To make matters worse, Sophie fears she’s developing a crush on the plastic surgeon that will be reconstructing her breast. Dr. Hanson has the bedside manner of an angel and the looks to match. He’s so caring and compassionate, Sophie begins to believe he cares about her in a most non-doctor-patient kind of way. But he doesn’t, of course. He’s merely her doctor. Or does he?
A fictional tale, based on the author’s medical journey with the disease, Storm in a B Cup is a warm-hearted glimpse into the world of a Breast Cancer sufferer that will have you laughing out loud.
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Lindy DaleAuthor Bio:

Lindy lives on acreage in country Western Australia where she spends her days teaching, writing, walking and looking after orphan lambs. (See Daisy Darling)
She’s a hopeless U2 and Bon Jovi fan – as judged by her collection of tour t-shirts. She’s also rugby union fanatic, coffee and champagne lover, chocoholic, over-exaggerator, trashy TV, music and iPhone addict.
Lindy has been writing in the genre of Chick Lit & Women’s Fiction for the past ten years but has also tried her hand at a paranormal romance in the book, Angel’s Bend. Chick Lit remains her main love.
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Future Tour: Storm in a B Cup by Lindy Dale

storm in a b cupLindy will be on tour February 10-March 10 with her chick lit novel Storm in a B Cup

“Dear Cancer,
I hope you get cancer and die.
Love Sophie.”

Sophie’s brush with Breast Cancer brings more than the loss of a breast. It’s the catalyst for life changing events, none of which involve chemotherapy. A fictional tale, based on the author’s journey with the disease, Storm in a B Cup, is a warm-hearted glimpse into the world of a Breast Cancer sufferer that will have you laughing aloud.

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January 2014 New Releases

Contributor:  Allie

January is the month of resolutions and new beginnings.  For me, it’s also a month of hibernation with bowl games, NFL playoff games, warm fires and of course, curling up with good books.  If you managed to get through your 2013 to-read pile, here are few books that will be debuting in January.

first loveFirst Love by James Patterson – January 13, 2014.   Ah, first love.  Axi is a good girl who’s always followed the rules, until she impulsively embarks on a cross country road trip.  Her best friend Robinson, who she’s secretly in love with, comes along for the adventure.  Unfortunately, things on the road get out of control.  The book is being hailed as a moving story about the power of first love, which knowing Patterson, probably means something tragic happens.

out of warrantyOut of Warranty by Haywood Smith – January 14, 2014.  This may qualify more as Mature Lit than Chick Lit, but it still sounds like a hoot because Smith is a funny writer.  Cassie is a widow with a series of medical problems that require expensive treatments and medication.  Unfortunately, her insurance company deems it all experimental, so she’s out-of-luck.  The topic is certainly timely.  What’s a widow to do?  Marry for better health insurance, of course.  Only problem is, the dating world has changed quite a bit.  This leads to a “business arrangement” with a certain grumpy gentleman.  Oh, I hope it doesn’t come to this!

lost lakeLost Lake by Sarah Addison Allen – January 21, 2014.  Kate is a widow who is slowly waking up after sleep-walking through a year of grief.  Too late, she realized her mother in-law has taken over her life, and that of her eight year-old daughter.  After discovering an old post card from her family’s long-forgotten lake resort, Kate and her daughter escape to Lost Lake, where they meet a group of odd balls and misfits.  It soon becomes apparent that the guests of Lost Lake have secrets from their pasts and they’re all in need of some healing.

storm in a b cupStorm in a B Cup by Lindy Dale – January 24, 2014.  Sophie Molloy has breast cancer.  In a million years, she never imagined it would happen to her, or that it would so drastically alter her life.  She loses her boyfriend, her house and her best friend, which doesn’t provide a cancer patient with much needed optimism.  But there is Dr. Hanson, her gorgeous plastic surgeon.   Is there more to his bedside manner or is Sophie just desperate for some love and compassion?