A Little Twinge (by Hannah Alexander)

No, I am not jealous and I’m proving it. Just because Kristin Billerbeck now rocks humor AND drama doesn’t mean I have anything to worry about, right? Just because her prose decorates each page with nothing short of poetry doesn’t mean my writing pales in comparison. Well, okay, to me it does. I’ve always loved Kristin Billerbeck’s writing style, but she has kicked it up a few notches with this one. If you haven’t read it, I highly recommend it. Room at the Top is the first book in a new series about five sisters who inherit billions, but are forced to stay together in their family mansion in San Francisco for a year. Can you imagine all the fun Kristin is having with this series? The first one is just recently out, and going strong. More to follow!
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Room at the Top: A Pacific Avenue Series Novel
As for me, if I can find the slightest touch of humor for one of my novels, I count myself blessed. How I wish I could write like Kristin! However, The Crystal Cavern is recently available, totally rewritten. You see, I once thought that if I could cut 40,000 words from a 100,000 word manuscript and still keep the story intact, readers would enjoy that. And so I did it. The Crystal Cavern became Hidden Motive. I was thrilled with it and it did pretty well. My readers, however, began to ask for the longer story again. So I went back to the original and did some extremely heavy editing, updating, and recovering. This is the finished product, just out.
Someone has murdered Sable Chamberlin’s grandfather, and she’s next on the hit list. Can she escape the killer if she and her rescuer, Paul Murphy, can find a way back to her secluded home in the Missouri Ozarks?
When an ice storm strands them at their hideaway with a busload of suspicious strangers, Sable and Murph can trust no
one but each other. The only hope they have of escaping her grandfather’s tragic fate is uncovering the secret he was
keeping from his family and exposing the identity of the mastermind behind the evil. But danger lurks in every shadow…

About alexanderhodde

We love to hike, we love to read, and we love to write. We are active in a small house church that recently moved into a building that was once a parts store, so life is fun and exciting for us.
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2 Responses to A Little Twinge (by Hannah Alexander)

  1. I love both of your writing styles! I have not read either of these books yet. Hopefully soon! ❤


  2. LOL. Hugs to you, Bridget! I’ve been working daily with Kris, and it’s been a joy. I love her writing style, and she encourages me to try harder for a better flow. She just does it naturally.


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