Thursday, October 23, 2014

Whidbey Life Magazine - The Joy of Rejection

Whidbey Life Magazine did a great article about my book you can read about it at: 

                                                          The Joy of Rejection
                                                      BY KATIE WOODZICK October 22, 2014

Walking into Suzanne Kelman’s home is like walking into a Mary Englebreit drawing. Warmth permeates every corner. Plaid couches, colorful rugs, and sweet-smelling candles form a kaleidoscope of color, scent and pattern. Everything in the house feels well-loved and welcoming.

Authentic English Shepherd’s Pie cooks in the oven while Suzanne sips sherry and describes her new book, “The Rejected Writers Book Club.

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Friday, October 17, 2014

The Rejected Writers Book Club is now available on Kindle

Excited to announce my brand new book "The Rejected Writers Book Club" is now available in Kindles as well as in paper back.

When small-town librarian Janet Johnson is persuaded to attend a gathering of local eccentric lady writers known as “The Rejected Writers Bookclub,” she gets pulled into a kaleidoscope of craziness she never knew existed. 

Collecting publisher’s rejection letters like trophies, this quirky society cares nothing for being in print and instead meets to celebrate in style its members’ mutually spurned manuscripts. 

However, when disaster strikes just shy of their 500th letter and a huge club celebration, the group’s survival hangs in the balance, and Janet finds herself railroaded into a madcap mission to save it. Coerced by their formidable team leader, Doris Newberry, she embarks on a crazy cross-country dash with a band of merry writers to save the club and the reputation of one very special member. 

As the intrepid adventurers race to complete their 
quest, the women's lives are irreversibly changed 
as they bond together through landslides, haunted 
houses, false labor, and first love.

Buy you copy here 

Customer Reviews

I really enjoyed this book. Suzanne is a master storyteller and did such a good job 
with character development that when I was finished with the book I actually missed
 all the wacky ladies from the story. They became my best friends and I cannot wait 
for the second book to come out.

Everything from the concept of women celebrating their rejection letters to the quirky
 adventure they took to save an important member of the group was engaging, 
humorous and heartwarming. You will love this book. I think I read this in record 
time because I could not put it down.

On the fence about buying this? Seriously, just do it. You will not regret it.