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New Release: CALL ME DADDY

October 6, 2016

******Release Day October 6, 2016******

CALL ME DADDY 

Kelly Stone Gamble

https://www.amazon.com/Call-Daddy-Cass-Adams-Novel-ebook/dp/B01LWJGQ37/

Cass Adams comes from a long line of crazy, and she’s no exception.

Now that Cass is pregnant, she fears passing along the family burden to

her unborn child. But, that’s only one of Cass’ problems: the other is

the man she ran over with her truck, who has come to Deacon looking for a

compatible liver donor for his alcoholic father, Freddy Adams.

Thirty-five years ago, Freddy left Deacon without a trace, leaving

behind his wife and two sons: Roland, Cass’ first husband, and Clay, the father of her baby.

Clay Adams is your average laid back worm farmer, but the news of

Freddy’s whereabouts and the notice that he has a half-brother he’s

never known, forces him to address the anger and resentment of

abandonment he has kept in check for many years.

Call Me Daddy is a story of family, the secrets they keep, and to what lengths someone would go to protect them.

This sequel to They Call Me Crazy can be read as a standalone novel.

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***Special Release Day price of $2.99 for e-book***

***October 6, 2016***

https://www.amazon.com/Call-Daddy-Cass-Adams-Novel-ebook/dp/B01LWJGQ37/ 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kelly Stone Gamble was born and raised in a

small Midwestern town but as an adult, became a city girl. As a member of the

faculty at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, she now moves between her

homes in Henderson, Nevada and Idabel, Oklahoma allowing her to enjoy the best

of both worlds.  

 

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October 4, 2016

THEY CALL ME CRAZY

by Kelly Stone Gamble


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Cass Adams is crazy, and everyone in Deacon,

Kansas, knows it. But when her good-for-nothing husband, Roland, goes missing,

no one suspects that Cass buried him in their unfinished koi pond. Too bad he

doesn t stay there for long. Cass gets arrested on the banks of the Spring

River for dumping his corpse after heavy rain partially unearths it. The police

chief wants a quick verdict he s running for sheriff and has no time for crazy

talk. But like Roland s corpse, secrets start to surface, and they bring more

to light than anybody expected. 

Everyone in Cass s life thinks they know

her her psychic grandmother, her promiscuous ex-best friend, her worm-farming

brother-in-law, and maybe even her local ghost. But after years of separate

silences, no one knows the whole truth. 

Except Roland. And he s not talking.

 

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About the Author:

Kelly Stone Gamble was born and raised in a

small Midwestern town but as an adult, became a city girl. As a member of the

faculty at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, she now moves between her

homes in Henderson, Nevada and Idabel, Oklahoma allowing her to enjoy the best

of both worlds. 

AUTHOR WEBSITEFACEBOOK  – TWITTER – 

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What


readers & reviewers are saying about They Call Me Crazy

“Fried

Green Tomatoes meets Dolores Claiborne. This character-rich southern

gothic-esque tale will keep you guessing up to the very end.” – New York

Times Bestselling Author Kate Moretti

“Great storytelling, great plot, great characters. A definite must

read!” Kelly Smith Reviews

“In

just a few pages, you’re sucked into a crazy, and sometimes

hilarious, mystery into the death of Roland…” The Gal in the Blue

Mask

“… an entertaining read that pulled me in and kept me reading till my

eyes wouldn’t stay open any longer.” Big Al’s Books & Pals

“This was a fun, fast-paced book that I read in a day.” A Book Geek

“”… an outright enjoyable read for me as I was glued to my Kindle,

waiting to see whose secret would be revealed next.” Crystal’s Many

Reviewers

Read an excerpt HERE

***NEW RELEASE***

OCTOBER 6, 2016

E-BOOK AVAILABLE ON AMAZON 

An open (tipsy) letter to Amazon

July 7, 2015

Seems like the #Amazon #review process has been flawed for quite some time… I will say in my years of being an indie this above all else has fired me up the most. We work hard for our readers and they deserve to have a voice to tell the rest of the world all the good (or bad) that we have been up to.

Dear Amazon,

I am a self-published author. I’m sure you’ve never heard of me, but I’ve been publishing through your site for a little over three years now. Overall, I love Amazon.com as a consumer. You’re my go-to site for any online purchase, and I appreciate the great deals and service you provide.

This isn’t about me, the consumer.

This is about me, the author.

I’m a nobody… at least I started out that way. In March of 2011, I decided to self-publish my first novel. I’d wanted to go the traditional route, but I couldn’t find an agent to take a chance on my atypical romance with (apparently) far too many words. So after getting my friends and family to edit (for months) and going through many storyline variations, Emi Lost & Found was born. I was proud… but I was a nobody.

At the time, I was very…

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Wet, Wild & Wicked Weekend

January 22, 2014

IMG-20140120-00090I dont know that there are even words to describe the weekend and start to the week I have had. But if the picture above is any indication it has been one for the record books.

For those of you that dont know I am just a wee bit into my second year on the board of directors for our townhouse condominium complex. I in all honesty love the position. Im involved in helping better the place that I live and while most of the time its day to day business as usual this weekend has certainly tested me and my fellow directors.

It started Friday afternoon with a set of 5  water main breaks. Our water was shut off and the only word we heard was Monday we’d get water back. Our contractors were working around the clock to fix the situation and as a board all we could do is hope that they would get it done ahead of schedule. But by Saturday night/ Sunday morning we were at 8 main breaks and at a stand still.  Our contractors wanted to replace a 100 foot stretch of pipe. The patch were not solving the problem as it would just blow out a little further down. Monday morning the pipe was to arrive.

The city had been notified by some of the residents and they of course had to swoop in and red tape the whole situation. So instead of keeping the ball rolling they brought in their contractors and their ideas on how they thought it should be done.

More patches. More breaks.  Half the homes had water Sunday night.

Monday morning the president of the board emails the Chief Supervisor in the Region of Peel water works. Says what are we doing wrong. Give us some advice. We get an email back from Chief a short time later saying that he had never seen a situation like this ever in his career.

A more patches and more breaks (we were up to 12 at this point) the city’s contractors finally said this is ridiculous. I think there was 8 clamps in a span of 30 feet worth of pipe. We cannot patch this any further. It needs to be replaced entirely otherwise it could blow completely when they turned the water on again.

Remember we had this started 48 hours before basically? Yeah. Still tangled in red tape. So I left the site at 930pm Monday night hoping that I would get a call for the go ahead before morning and the the pipe was to be ordered and be installed. I ended up going out later to visit with some of the affected residents and ease their concerns that we were doing everything we could. I didn’t get home until after 11.

Ten oclock yesterday morning we finally got the call. Pipe was ordered and they were getting the ball rolling. Twelve thirty the pipe had arrived but the water department wanted different valves to be used. An hour and a half wait for that. Four thirty I got another call. The Health Department was there and they wanted to change how things were to be done yet again.

As of last night when I got home they were talking about the pipe going in first thing this morning and the inspectors will all be on hand to do the final testings etc. Heres hoping by the time I get home tonight everyone will have water. I cannot wait to see what the bill for this is going to be. Certainly a record for us.

Either way Im off to work.

Until tomorrow…

Happy Birthday Little Bear!!

January 21, 2014

hope(This post comes completely late as my world has been turned upside down over the weekend more on that tomorrow however)

Today marks the birth of my middle daughter. She eleven years ago she was born into my world when I needed her most. I firmly believe that she has lived up to her name in every sense of the word. She has the gentle heart that never fails to provide unending love and warm hugs when you need it the most. She is always the first one to scramble for a hug and the one who wont let you go until you’ve gotten your fill of hugs.

Her hope one day is to become a doctor so she can make people feel better. She is dead set on this and has been studying the human body for years now. Yes years folks. Most kids bring home story books from the library. She brings home books about the digestive system and reads them as she eats her breakfast.

With that being said Im shooting to get the rest of this day over and done with so I can run home to my baby bear and get me some birthday girl hugs!

Until tomorrow…

 

 

Channeling My Inner Mechanic

January 17, 2014

For those of you who don’t know I’ve only had my license and my van for a couple of years but I love her. She’s my gateway to freedom and my workhorse.

Well one of the things I always wanted was to learn how to do all sorts of things to keep my van running. One never knows when something will go wrong when you’re out in the middle of no where. And I try my best to be completely prepared or mostly prepared for things that crop up.

Besides I grew up watching my mothers father tinker in his garage and I don’t have a problem getting my hands dirty.

I’m pretty lucky to have my Uncle around to show me the ropes and teach me how to take care of the little things that crop up.

So when my left front blinker burnt out I already knew what to do as I had changed the other one in the summer. But needed somewhere bright and warm to get the job done.  After a delicious dinner made by my aunt we tackled the job. Of course it took some fighting of course. No work on a vehicle every goes smooth. Cold and slush makes everything a pain right now.

But it got done. Topped up the fluids while I was at it.  And after walking my grams home I headed home myself.

I pulled in the drive and naturally the headlight is burnt out on that side now. So I’ll be down there again tonight to get that changed. Never ending story.

But I love her.

Until Tomorrow…

Boring Board Meeting..

January 16, 2014

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I didn’t get a lot done last night because I spent the evening at my condo corps board meeting. (The quilt for my nephew in the picture was actually finished Tuesday night.)

I’ve been on the board just over a year and its actually quite enlightening and at some points entertaining. Last night however was not so much. Being that we are coming up to our fiscal year end there was more talk about finances than there was anything else.

That aside it was a slow start at the store and by the time it got busy later in the evening I was tired beyond from lack of adrenaline.

Here’s hoping today remains busy and the day flies by.

I get to go change my front blinker in my van after work tonight. Means I get to see my Nan and Aunt (and of course Uncle too haha) as ill be borrowing their parking garage as my auto shop. Hard to change a bulb in the dark and by the time I get home at night its pitch dark and I’ve no time until the weekend otherwise.

Well best be off to start my day.

Until Tomorrow…