This book is the very core of my soul, the essence of my being, the minefields of my imagination bundled haphazardly in an e-book by an unknown author…me.
Much like our own lives, this is a feel-good thriller. We never know what each day will bring so we live with abandonment, spending what precious time we have laughing, crying, loving, and sometimes hurting.
Many of my personal experiences and connections grace the pages of Everything’s Not Bigger, instilling an organic touch only real life can exude.
I feel vulnerable releasing this particular story, because truthfully, much of it is my own. But alas, it is also fiction, and there are embellishments for entertainment purposes.
I’d like to thank all of you out there who have supported and encouraged me…my family, my friends, my blogger buddies. Your necessary beauty helps me continue to put my fingers to the keyboard, to tell what I have to tell in my kooky little way.
If you happen to take a chance on me and read this humble book, I would be greatly appreciative of an honest review at your avenue of purchase so that I can continue making a name for myself as one of a zillion indie authors doing the same thing.
Really…it would mean the world to me.
THANK YOU for supporting the indie author movement.
In the heartland of oil money, Jaye Davis spends her whirlwind existence trapped in the battle fields of high fashion. Surrounded by sparkling ambition and plastic perfection, she reluctantly masquerades as a sales drone at Lyman’s, a luxury store in Dallas. After escaping a turbulent past and leaving everything behind, Jaye struggles to find her place in the world. Armed with a quiet determination, she embarks on a solitary quest, searching for certainty in an uncertain future.
But Jaye Davis isn’t her real name–only a byproduct of the witness protection program. Once her fabricated identity is thrown into jeopardy, she flees to the haunting allure of Prague. Unearthing her roots in an important step toward self-discovery, she learns to surrender to the life she truly deserves.