Goodreads Book Giveaway starts April 22, 2017. Enter for a chance to win a print copy.
I'm pleased to announce that you can now read and write Goodreads reviews for my books from my website.
Click on the name of the book from the menu at the top of any page to find details about each book. Other people's Goodreads reviews will show at the bottom of each book's page. This also gives an option to write a review on Goodreads.
Gloria Zachgo’s latest novel, Hush Girl: It’s Only a Dream, is the story of one woman’s emotional and dangerous journey into her past.
While Nicki Reed is desperate to find the answers to her past, someone is desperate for her to never remember.
Shortly after her father died, Nicki’s nightmares started. They were soon followed by panic attacks. Suspecting her haunting dreams were related to her childhood, Nicki sought professional help, but Nicki was unable to verbalize any memories she had as a child. Bad things happened when she told secrets.
When her therapist suggested she write her memories, Nicki started remembering things she’d pushed far into the recesses of her mind. She started to doubt her own sanity, and when she began to see a strange woman stalking her, she couldn’t be sure if she was real or imagined. Yet, Nicki couldn’t tell anyone, until—her own family’s welfare was threatened.
In describing her writing inspiration, Zachgo said, “Often when I develop a character, they completely take over their own destination. Nicki was no exception. As she delved into her past, I simply wrote down what she felt and saw so that I could tell her story.”
“Hush Girl: It’s Only a Dream” is available for sale online at Amazon.com
About the Author:
Gloria Zachgo and her husband, Ron, make their home in Wichita, Kansas. Besides writing, she enjoys painting, spending time with her grandchildren, going on road trips, and doing puzzles. She has authored two other books that show her passion for developing characters, The Rocking Horse and Never Waste Tears.
I'm proud to announce that my third book, HUSH GIRL, is now published.
Print and eBook formats are available at Amazon.
Print books are also available at Createspace.
Is this my final proof? Is this ready for my readers? Will I read it AGAIN and wonder how I missed that formatting error? Will I say that sentence, paragraph, scene doesn't work and rewrite again?
Do all writers question their work at this point or is it just me?