Karen’s Story – The Museum of Fractured Lives (plus 2 free e-books)

I’m pleased to tell you that the second instalment in The Museum of Fractured Lives series has been published this week.Karen's Story - The Museum of Fractured Lives

As you may remember from Maxine’s Story, The Museum of Fractured Lives displays objects donated by people who have suffered a trauma in their lives. The objects are a symbol of that trauma.
When accepting a donation, the museum employees try to obtain the full story behind the object.

Each book in The Museum of Fractured Lives series tells the story of one donated object and the person who has given it. These books are ‘flash’ novellas of around 8,500 words.

Karen’s Story tells the tale of a single woman’s quest to find a man to father her baby. Her choice of mate has devastating consequences. Karen’s story is pure selfishness and destroys several lives.

Karen’s Story is only 77p in the UK . It is also available across all other Amazon sites by searching by the title or for ASIN: B00F3FMHSK.

To celebrate this launch, the first Museum of Fractured Lives book, Maxine’s Story, is free for today only (15th September).

Also free (until 18th September) is my collection of writing articles, A Writer on Writing – Advice to Make You a Success.

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  1. #1 by Wendy Clarke on September 15, 2013 - 10:18 am

    I hadn’t read Maxine’s Story, so have downloaded it – thank you. good luck with your new book in the series, Sally, and I look forward to reading it.

  2. #3 by Tracy Fells on September 15, 2013 - 1:19 pm

    Thanks for this Sally – I’ve downloaded the story.

  3. #5 by Linda on September 15, 2013 - 4:55 pm

    Aaargh! You’re writing faster than I’m reading! I haven’t managed to read Maxine’s Story yet although I got it when it was first published. (But I promise it is getting near to the top of my to-do list). Good luck with this one!

    • #6 by Sally Jenkins on September 15, 2013 - 7:03 pm

      Doesn’t feel like I’m writing fast, Linda! But you’re right – there’s always so much that we want to read and not enough hours in the day…

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