The Kidnapping of Sarah Easton is finished!

I had toyed with this being a working title, but the more titles flashed in front of my mind the more it seemed to resolve itself: go with the original working title. After all, it is about a kidnapping. The main protagonist is Sarah Easton. She's the one who gets kidnapped. There's a bunch of plot-twisty stuff that happens too, but when I tried those titles they just didn't work.


The finished manuscript is a bit over 100K words. I think the characters, the plot, the twists and the conclusion are wrapped up pretty well. I'm the type who will keep adjusting and improving, though, so unless I call it finished, I would keep "working" on it for months or years most likely.


Publication information coming soon.

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