Tuesday, February 4, 2014

The Reading Lessons by Carole Lanham: Spotlight


 


ABOUT THE BOOK


Mississippi 1920: Nine year old servant, Hadley Crump, finds himself drawn into a secret world when he is invited to join wealthy Lucinda Browning’s dirty book club. No one suspects that the bi-racial son of the cook is anything more to Lucinda than a charitable obligation, but behind closed doors, O! she doth teach the torches to burn bright. What begins as a breathless investigation into the more juicy parts of literature quickly becomes a consuming and life-long habit for two people who would not otherwise be left alone together. As lynchings erupt across the South and the serving staff is slowly cut to make way for new mechanical household conveniences, Hadley begins to understand how dangerous and precarious his situation is. The Reading Lessons follows the lives of two people born into a world that is unforgiving as a Hangman’s knot. Divided by skin color and joined by books, Hadley and Lucinda are forced to come together in the only place that will allow it, a land of printed words and dark secrets.






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ABOUT THE AUTHOR 
 
 
Carole is the author of the book The Whisper Jar, 24 short stories, and one novella. She lives in the St. Louis area with one mighty fine husband, two wonderful kids, and a huge collection of aprons.
Visit her at carolelanham.com, horrorhomemaker.com, and Morrigan Books.


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* Purchase Carole Lanham's book by March 1

* Send your Amazon sales confirmation to immortalinkpublishing@gmail.com

* Immortal Ink Publishing will draw someone's name to win their choice of one of the above prizes.


3 comments:

Carole said...

Thanks a million for featuring my book, Laurie. I love your blog and am very excited and pleased to see my book here. I hope your readers will give it a look.

Mandy Lanham said...

Love Carole Lanham's writing style and story telling abilities! I hope everyone gives this novel a read. It's great from the very first page.

Louise said...

I adored Carole's book. Thank you for featuring her here today. Great stuff!