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Where's the story at?


The final proofreading of "Saving Toby" is finished. I am working on small adjustments where the proofer made notes.

I got my first written review:

"Saving Toby is a great debut novel from Suzanne McKenna Link. This modern day romance tells the story of Toby and Claudia and how they endure the ups and downs of a relationship. I laughed, cried, and rejoiced, never wanting to put this book down!"
Michele L. Mathews ~ Indiana 

Next up is publication: Cover art, conversion to eBook format, uploading to Amazon, and ultimately a printed version.

I visited the library here in my hometown. Next to the new DVDs, they now have a "Local Authors" area. Two of the books on the shelves are by women I currently work with. I will see my book up there someday, too.

Until then, I work diligently at the tiresome, daunting task of finding a reputable publisher.

Wish me luck!

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