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Blog Tour: Invisible #audiobook #romance #suspense #amreading ❤️💕❤️

💋 Audio Blog Tour Release~Invisible 💋


By L.A. Remenicky
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Narrator: Trevor Thompson
Published by Lavish Publishing
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They found each other.  Then the killer found them.
Detective Jackson “Jax” McKenna walks into a psychologist’s office and finds that the doctor bears a striking resemblance to his first love, Lainie, who disappeared ten years ago after their disastrous first date ended in violence.
Dr. Elizabeth Parker is really Elaine Wilson, Jax’s Lainie.  She’s been in hiding since the night that changed both their lives.  Jax discovers the truth when the killer lets Lainie know he’s found her.  When Jax and Lainie go on the run to keep Lainie safe, old feelings resurface as the killer threatens their lives.  Can Jax save Lainie and help her stay Invisible?
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The name on the file folder, J. McKenna, gave me a chill. He had been wounded in the line of duty—shot by a bank robbery suspect. Seeing the name reminded me of where I came from and why the need for hiding existed. I pushed the memories down. I’m not that person anymore. That person doesn’t exist. It wasn’t necessary to touch the necklace underneath my sweater as a reminder, but it had become a nervous habit. The locket was the only thing I had kept from that life.
The door opened and Sheila showed my patient in. As my eyes met his, my heart stopped for what seemed like hours. After reading the file, I was afraid of this. How many Jackson McKenna’s could there be? The hair is shorter and the face is older, but it’s him. I would know those eyes anywhere. Jackson McKenna. He was my first love and indirectly, the reason I had to use a cane to walk farther than across the room.
I cleared my throat and stood, reaching out to shake his hand as I would with any new patient, hoping he didn’t recognize me.
“I’m Dr. Parker. Please make yourself comfortable, Officer McKenna, and we can get started.”
When I realized his right arm was in a sling and we couldn’t shake hands, I dropped mine back to my side. Picking up my notepad and pen, I hoped he didn’t see the way my hands were shaking.
“It’s actually Detective, not Officer.”
He sat on the couch across from me, observing with those hazel eyes that have haunted my dreams for ten years, and then he shook his head.
“You remind me of someone I used to know a long time ago.”
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L.A. Remenicky ~ Love Stories With A Twist
L.A. Remenicky is a forty-something wife and mother of three fur kids. A payroll professional by day, she writes out the stories in her head by night.
An avid reader all her life, she finally put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) during NaNoWriMo in 2012 and has never looked back. When she’s not typing away on her latest story with music playing in the background, she can usually be found spending time with her family and friends.
Email: LARemenicky@LavishPublishing.com
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Blog tour: Omari and the People 

As part of the audio blog tour for Omari and the People, I interviewed author Stephen Whitfield.

How long have you been writing?

I remember my first story was a horror tale about something or someone who devoured people during the Great New York Blackout of 1965. My audience was my family, who particularly got a kick out of one line which described a murder scene: “No bones, just blood.”

What inspired you to write this story?

A multitude of images, mini-stories, personal experiences involving disasters natural and unnatural, big and small, Exodus (the book) all begged for expression.. I got it in my head that I had something to say about love, friendship, betrayal, community in crisis.

Did you have any quirky habits while writing this book?

I found that searching for abducted children in the streets of Chicago, especially in the dead of winter, encouraged me to work harder at writing so I could quit that job and live the life of an independently wealthy author.

What advice would you give to your younger self?

Do not live a life of wild abandon. Learn to play piano, then master one particular Chopin . seize my education and create a vocational path to become a medical doctor. Floss at least daily.

Which famous person, living or dead would you like to meet and why?

Conrad Rivers, my 10th grade English teacher who shot himself over Christmas break. I’d want to talk him out of it.

What do you like to do when you’re not writing?

Check reviews, sales, metrics, analytics, listen to music watch movies, time travel and contemplate infinity.

Audiobook Info

Audiobook Title: Omari and the People

Author: Stephen Whitfield

Narrator: Curt Simmons

Publisher: ShirleyCastle Press

Length: 11 hours and 17 minutes (unabridged)

Audio Release Date: June 20, 2016


Synopsis:  In a squalid ancient city on the edge of a desert (based in part on the Empty Quarter in Arabia) a weary, thrill-seeking thief named Omari sets his home afire to start anew and to cover his many crimes. When the entire city is unintentionally destroyed by the flames, the cornered thief tells the displaced people a lie about a better place which only he can lead them to, across the desert. With the help of an aged, mysterious woman who knows a better place actually does exist, they set out. The disparate people must come together to fight their way through bandits, storms, epidemics, and more. As a result of Omari’s involvement with Saba, a fiercely independent woman who is out to break him in the pay of a merchant whom he has offended, his ability to lead his life and the success of the caravan – is jeopardized.


©2014 ShirleyCastle Press (P)2016 Stephen Whitfield


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Author Bio

Chicago-born Stephen Whitfield began writing as a Marine Corps print journalist. His writing has appeared in military publications, as well as the Kansas City Star and the Jersey Journal. He holds degrees from from Loyola University Chicago, Chicago Theological Seminary, and Indiana University. His various adventures have taken him to such places as London, Paris, Trondheim, Johannesburg, Beirut, most of The Virgin Islands and the wilder neighborhoods of Chicago.


Narrator Bio

Curt lives in Seattle and produces and narrates audiobooks in his home studio. He began his performing career in college as a stage actor and radio personality. After college, in addition to acting, Curt also did voiceovers for commercials, which he also wrote, directed, and edited for broadcast TV. Following the birth of his daughter in 1984, he left the performing arts to pursue a more “stable” profession managing projects. Then, in 2014 he returned to the professional stage for the first time in over 30 years as Walter Flood in Becky’s New Car by Stephen Dietz. He has also appeared recently as Lyman in Other Desert Cities by Jon Robin Baitz and Ralph in The Last Romance by Joseph DiPietro. Omari and the People is Curt’s sixth audiobook.