This is a photo of an original Japanese woodblock print, Chikanobu, A Tea Party.
I chose it to represent my book, Ten Yen True, co-authored with Amanda Armstrong which had a very strange beginning, inspired by a ten yen coin that appeared mysteriously in my suitcase en route from the United States to the United Kingdom.
The party you are invited to is not about tea, although I do love the stuff, but rather is a party sponsored by my publisher, www.roguephoenixpress.com who will be hosting this party on their Facebook page.
You can win an autographed copy of my book: TEN YEN TRUE
For many years, the monk sat beside the Ajiike pond as he did today in the early morning, breathing in the peaceful settings of the Pure Land gardens……..He was angry at the awful atrocities so recently bestowed upon his people….
Caitlin was ambitious to the point of ruthlessness………
JJ was counting on getting a job at Johns Hopkins……he had to get out of Ashland KY and his fathers house before he blew his stack……
Little Tommy….He glanced again at the coin beside his hospital bed and felt suddenly peaceful…..Like maybe everything would be ok…….
Paul Somerville….Tommys father, former Hollywood actor, wannabe political star…….
Four people….four ten yen coins….
and a miracle………?
You can win books or a Kindle from the publisher. They are giving away two.
I want you to be a winner. Click on Rogue Phoenix Press’ Facebook page on Friday April 25 – 26. Ask me about the coin, or how we co-authored a successful novel–
I’ll be available from 10:00AM to 11:00 AM.
BTW: Ten Yen True has a prequel, Ten Yen, coming out in August, and a sequel, Ten Yen Forever (Amanda Armstrong) coming out January, 2015.