Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Meet Trish Perry

Today I'm also posting at Exemplify about a cow pond...and cows...and Christians. :)

And here at Patterings I'm honored to introduce you to Trish Perry! Her new release Sunset Beach is part of the Beach House series and it sounds wonderful! Trish is giving away a copy, so be sure to leave a comment (and your email addy) to be entered into the drawing. As always the giveaway is going on through Saturday evening and the winner will be posted Sunday. :)

And now, here's Trish!
Award-winning novelist Trish Perry has written Sunset Beach (2009), Beach Dreams (2008), Too Good to Be True (2007), and The Guy I’m Not Dating (2006), all for Harvest House Publishers. She writes a monthly column, “Real Life is Stranger,” for Christian Fiction Online Magazine. She was editor of Ink and the Spirit, the newsletter of Washington D.C.’s Capital Christian Writers organization (CCW), for seven years. Before her novels, Perry published numerous short stories, essays, devotionals, and poetry in Christian and general market media.

Perry holds a B.A. in Psychology, was a 1980s stockbroker, and held positions at the Securities and Exchange Commission and in several Washington law firms. She serves on the Board of Directors of CCW and is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, ChiLibris, and Romance Writers of America. Perry lives in Northern Virginia with her teenaged son. She invites you to visit her at www.trishperry.com

You can also visit Trish at her blog where she does fun author interviews and book giveaways.

Sunset Beach
Sonny Miller is tired of not knowing who she is. Soon she’ll begin graduate school to earn her masters in Psychology. But how can she counsel future clients about their identities when she isn’t even sure about her own? To that end she has cooked up a little meeting at a certain beach house in San Diego.

Sonny’s mother, classical soprano Teresa Miller, isn’t aware she’s about to be reunited at the beach house with her sister, Melanie Hines, after 25 years of estrangement. And Sonny isn’t aware her mother has invited a surprise guest of her own. Russian adoptee, Irina Petrova, finds herself dragged along on a trip so tumultuous she summons her handsome concert violinist brother for moral support.

The four women converge on the funky little beach house in San Diego, each with her own disappointments and hopes about family, identity, and love. For Sonny, the trip reveals all she expected and more than she ever dreamed.


Here's an excerpt of Sunset Beach for you to enjoy!

You can purchase Sunset Beach at Amazon and CBD

Tomorrow is an interview with Trish.
Don't forget to leave a comment (with your addy) to be entered in the book drawing.

5 comments:

  1. What a fascinating background - and what a BEAUTIFUL woman! The premise of the book sounds wonderful. Looking forward to learning more about her. Will definitely be back tomorrow!

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  2. Busy woman. I'd love to win her book. Thanks for the chance. shelley32177@yahoo.com

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  3. Sunset Beach sounds like a lively, interesting gathering of family. Please include me in the drawing. Thanks!

    worthy2bpraised[at]gmail[dot]com

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  4. Our family always went to the beach every summer when I was growing up, and this cover sure does bring back good memories. Thank you for the chance to win a copy of Trish's book.

    cjarvis [at] bellsouth [dot] net

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  5. Anonymous2:06 PM

    Very good interview and excellent sounding book!
    Sunny

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