A HUGE shout out to Carrie Rubin whose book Eating Bull had its paperback launch today!
I’ve started the ebook version it is really good so far.
Sorry Carrie, but I will get through it (along with my own NaNoWriMo project and Stephen King’s On Writing). Promise!
So here is the synopsis, from Amazon:
A fight against the food industry turns deadly.
Jeremy, a lonely and obese teenager, shoots into the limelight when a headstrong public health nurse persuades him to sue the food industry. Tossed into a storm of media buzz and bullying, the teen draws the attention of a serial killer who’s targeting the obese. Soon the boy, the nurse, and their loved ones take center stage in a delusional man’s drama.
In this novel of suspense, Eating Bull explores the real-life issues of bullying, fat-shaming, food addiction, and the food industry’s role in obesity.
Seriously, who wouldn’t want to read this?
Congratulations again Carrie Rubin. Best of luck!
Just a quick post here: Cherie Priest didn’t disappoint with the second novel in the Clockwork Century series, Clementine. Not only is the book a great adventure story but I really enjoyed how Priest subtly handles the race relations. The gist is that an African-American airship captain is tracking down his stolen craft while at the same time being pursued by the former Confederate spy now Pinkerton detective, Maria “Belle” Boyd. So Just as with Boneshaker, I completely enjoyed it.
Now I’m moving on to the third installment, Dreadnaught, and completely looking forward to it.
Thank you, Cherie, for another great, fun read.