Monday, May 16, 2011

Forgotten April - Robyn Bradley

Bio: Robyn Bradley is a Novelist Ninja and Short Story Seductress. She has an MFA in Creative Writing from Lesley University and won a short story award in 2007. Her work has appeared in, Metal Scratches, The Breakwater Review, Writer's Digest, and The MetroWest Daily News, among other places. When she's not writing or sleeping, Robyn enjoys watching Law & Order marathons, drinking margaritas, and determining how many degrees really separate her from George Clooney. Forgotten April is her first novel. Visit to learn more.Product description: For April Sullivan-LaMonica, the last ten years have been hell: her husband and young son were killed in a car accident, and soon after, her mom descended into the darkness of Alzheimer's. So when broadcast journalist Maggie Prescott shows up claiming to be April's half sister and tries to capture their reunion on film, April outwardly regards Maggie with much suspicion. In reality, she's simply afraid to grow close to someone again, only to have that person leave—or worse.

Maggie, meanwhile, is battling her own demons: figuring out why her biological mother gave her up, facing a secret she's kept from the one man she's loved all her life, and giving herself permission to follow the dream she's had since she was a child.

Separated by nearly two decades and radically different life paths, April and Maggie must decide if pursuing their sisterhood is worth it...or even possible.

A story of loss, love, survival, and redemption, Forgotten April will speak to anyone who's experienced the pains—and riches—of an unexpected friendship that emerges from family ties.

Q: What will e-readers like about your book? Forgotten April is a "sister story" with an edge, and it's this edge that I hope resonates with readers.

Q: Why did you go indie? This past summer, I bought a Nook and started hearing about the success many self-published writers were experiencing, thanks to this new digital age and the ease of self-publishing platforms. And so I began to think, "Well, why not self-publish my stories to Kindles and Nooks and put them directly in my readers' hands? I might not have an agent's blessing or a publishing house backing me, but I believe in my stories."

Q: Who are your favorite authors in your genre? Jodi Picoult, Jennifer Weiner, and Chris Bohjalian.

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1 comment:

  1. This story looks interesting.
    I've downloaded a Kindle sample.
    Thanks for the post. I really like learning about new titles.