Thursday, August 22, 2013

Three Weeks by S.M. Phelon

What would you do if you found out you had only three weeks left with your spouse, but the imminent loss isn’t because he/she is dying. I know you’re thinking, “Well what other reason could there be?” Umm hmmm, I can read minds every now and again. And I would tell you what the other reason(s) could be, but I won’t. I mean why would I steal away from you the opportunity to find out for yourself, right?

You can find out by clicking here to read the eBook Three Weeks by S.M. Phelon. If you love great books and short stories that suck you in like a One Day sale at Macy’s, then you MUST check out this phenomenal eBook. Quite a gifted writer, Phelon has masterfully stitched together a story that takes little more (and possibly less) than 60 minutes to fully engulf you. And although fiction, the story easily brands the hearts of married men and women with real life points to ponder, conversation starters and seeds for self-reflection.

I read Three Weeks on my lunch break the day after I received it. I got started a little late, so I hadn’t quite finished all 17 pages when the time came for me to head back into the office. I emailed the author and told her I wish she could have seen me walking back to the building while still reading – trying not to bump into people or THINGS (things including the building itself, lol). Folks, the story is just so completely captivating. I felt absolutely forbidden to part with it until I reached the very last page, and I’m confident you will feel the same way. Soooooo…..

If you love to read, read it!

If you’re married, I definitely encourage you to read it.

If you know married people, pass it along so they can read it.

Phelon is on a mission to get 1,000,000 readers of this book. As one who is inspired by this beautiful author, I’m just here to try to help her reach her goal. 🙂 So will you do me a favor, please? After you read the book, I need you to do one or more or ALL of the following four items:

1. Post the book link to your Facebook page.

2. Tweet the link to the book.

3. Share the book with your book club or small group.

4. Email the link to the book to family members, friends and coworkers.

See! Simple enough. You know I don’t ask for much. 🙂

After you read, please stop back by here and let me know what you think.

Until next time…