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Guest Blog: Amy Anguish EXTENDED--Free Book to Commenter--WINNER: Debra Pruss!

Updated: Apr 10




Welcome to Amy Anguish--fellow Anaiah author and more...thanks for being here on Christina's Corner!

 

Hi. I’m Amy Anguish. I live in middle TN, have been married to my college sweetheart for almost 20 years, am mom to two elementary students, and have too many part-time jobs. I’m pretty extroverted, which is something you can’t say for many authors.

 

Tell us about your book—title and back cover blurb?             

 

For Better or For Granted

 

Divorce was never in the plans for Genevieve Stewart. Only four years into marriage, and everything has gone wrong. Why stay where she’s never going to be happy? If only she could find her way back to the way things were before Scott’s job took all his time and energy, leaving nothing for her.

 

Scott Stewart achieved his goal of becoming a high school principal younger than most in the state. Everything in life seems to be going exactly as planned until Genevieve threatens to leave. Suddenly, his dreams aren’t as clear as they once were. He desperately wants to stay married, but he can’t let down his school, either.

 

Their friends and family remind them of their lifetime promises and urge them not to give up. But the way back to love isn’t easy when you’ve grown used to taking each other for granted.

 




Share one thing that you found difficult or challenging about writing this book.

 

This contemporary romance is written about two people already married to each other, which means it’s not your typical “watch them fall in love for the first time” romance. Instead, it’s two people who have to fall BACK in love. Also, with them living in the same house, I had to make sure and avoid awkward situations. That was definitely a new one for me.

 

Ask the blog reader a quirky question or two. I want to encourage comments and engagement. An example might be their best or worst Christmas memory. Share your answer and then look for theirs.

 

If you and your spouse were struggling in your marriage, do you have friends and family who would try to pull you back from the edge of divorce like my characters?

 

What are some “everyday” things you can turn into date-like situations? My characters went to a couple ballgames at the school together and had dinner before Bible study.

 

Share your social media and buy links!

 

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I want to apologize to everyone--I scheduled this for the wrong date and doubled up my guests--hope everyone gets a chance to read both! Happy Holy Week!

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Debra Pruss
Debra Pruss
24 mar

Thank you so much for being here. Your book sounds so appropriate for so many in today's society. Many times two people fall in love, but do not develop a friendship before marriage. There is a lack of communication. Therefore when things get touch, it is hard to communicate their problems. We have been married for 35 years. We have had a lot of ups and downs. There have been many times that I have wondered if this was right. Through it all, I went to the Lord in prayer. I was always directed back to start talking to my husband. God bless you.

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ChristinaSinisi-Author
ChristinaSinisi-Author
11 apr
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Debra, you are our winner! Please email me and give me your information so I can connect you with the author. Blessings, Christina

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