Happy Thursday and a happy release day to Blind Turn by Cara Sue Achterberg! This sounds like a powerful and poignant story, and I’m excited to read it!!
About the Book:
Title: Blind Turn
Author: Cara Sue Achterberg
Page Length: 319
Publisher: Black Rose Writing
Synopsis: In the aftermath of a fatal texting and driving accident, a mother and daughter must come to terms with the real meaning of forgiveness.
Liz Johnson single-handedly raised an exemplary daughter. Jessica is an honor-student, track star, and all-around good kid. So how could that same teenager be responsible for the death of the high school’s beloved football coach? This is Texas, where high school football ranks right up there with God, so while the legal battle wages, the public deals its own verdict.
Desperate for help, Liz turns to a lawyer whose affection she once rejected and attempts to play nice with her ex-husband. Jessica faces her angry peers and her own demons as she awaits a possible prison sentence for an accident she doesn’t remember.
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About the Author:
Cara Sue Achterberg is a blogger, novelist, and rescue dog advocate who lives on a hillside farm in York County, Pennsylvania but longs for the mountains of Virginia.
She is the co-founder of Who Will Let the Dogs Out, an intiative of Operation Paws for Homes. It’s mission is to raise awareness and resources for southern shelters and rescues. Find more information at WhoWillLetTheDogsOut.org.
Information on all her books, blogs, and upcoming appearances can be found at CaraWrites.com. Her next book, Blind Turn, a novel about forgiveness in the aftermath of a fatal texting and driving accident will be released January 2021.
When not writing or weeding (which can sometimes be one and the same), Cara enjoys hiking, reading, visiting Virginia wineries, and trying not to fall off her favorite horse, True.