This week's book is What About Him. It seems to be one of those books that you either love or you hate. It's had a lot of 4-5 star reviews and about the same number of 1-2 star reviews. The 1-2 star reviewers seem to be looking for something deep and meaningful within the story and they're disappointed when they don't find it. What About Him is just a bit of fun; it's a bit ridiculous and a bit sweet. It turned out exactly the way I felt when I was writing it. And I still absolutely love the cover. It's nothing like what I envisaged when I was completing the forms for Reese Dante, the cover artist, but it's perfect.
The story is also on sale this week: $3.74, so be quick.
E E Montgomery wants the world to be a better place, with equality and acceptance for all. Her philosophy is: We can’t change the world but we can change our small part of it and, in that way, influence the whole. Writing stories that show people finding their own “better place” is part of E E Montgomery’s own small contribution.
Thankfully, there’s never a shortage of inspiration for stories that show people growing in their acceptance and love of themselves and others. A dedicated people-watcher, E E finds stories everywhere. In a cafe, a cemetery, a book on space exploration, or on the news, there’ll be a story of personal growth, love, and unconditional acceptance there somewhere.
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