4Word Press and Gliterary Girl Book Tours wants to introduce you to author Michele Wolfe and her debut novel,
THE THREE GRACES!
About THE THREE GRACES
College juniors Jessie, Isabel and Sara are linked in an unlikely friendship by visits to hidden places only they can see. Together on a trip to Hearst Castle in California an earth-shaking encounter with a stunning statue in the gardens binds them to the spirits of the Three Graces; Brilliance, Joy and Bloom.
Under the weight of school and family problems, Sara Jessie and Isabel grow to be fast friends as they struggle with who they are and what will become of them. Until the fateful trip where they are gifted three magical pendants. Through these gifts the girls must find a way to unlock a centuries old curse and free the graces from their stone grave.
Will Brilliance, Joy and Bloom find freedom through the girls or will they forever be entombed in the statue of The Three Graces?
The Three Graces is a deep and beautiful story of discovery, of admitting to truths that have been buried, and of letting go of a past that hinders the present.
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About MICHELE WOLFE
Michele Wolfe, a resident of sunny Southern California, has done extensive research on the statue of The Graces, the sculptor, and Hearst Castle. She is also an art appreciator and belongs to the Greater Los Angeles Writers’ Society as well as a Santa Barbara writing group. During the day she is an English as a Second Language (ESL) instructor with 25 years experience teaching and exploring the written word. Along with The Three Graces, Michele has also written a short fiction piece about an immigrant family in LA.
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In appreciation towards her fans, Michele and 4Word Press will be giving away a $20.00 Amazon gift card to one grand prize winner, a signed hardback copy of THE THREE GRACES for the runner up and three lucky winners will receive an ecopy of THE THREE GRACES. Please check out each blog and enter the giveaway every day for more chances to win. All entries must be received by June 17th by midnight.
“Did you hear music?” Jessie asked. When they shook their heads in obvious disbelief, she took a risk and said: “See? No one else heard it, except me. And flickering images. And a flash of green and dark shadows. There was this smell, like fresh-cut grass in the summertime.”
She waited for them to say she’d probably just imagined it. Or was crazy. Or on drugs.
“I felt chains wrapping around my legs and wrists.” Sara blurted out. “Like a snake slithering up me.” She took a couple of deep breaths, finally raising her eyes to meet theirs. Uncertainty and fear shone bright. “It sounds creepy but it wasn’t. It was like they were there to protect me, like, I don’t know, armor or something.”
Jessie shivered. Sara seemed okay now, but she remembered the fragility, the vulnerability she’d seen at the end of class.
Silence lengthened as they both looked toward Isabel. “Okay, okay.” She shook her head as if to clear the image. “Mine was freaky, too.”
“So you did feel something!”
“Actually, I thought I’d fainted for a minute. Everything around me was gone, there was silence, it was pitch black and I could smell water.”
“Water?” Jessie repeated.
“You know, like creeks and rivers.” Isabel leaned back in her chair holding her cup as if to warm her hands. “I felt enclosed in something, like walls all around, but I couldn’t see anything.”