Blog Tour: VENGEANCE IS MINE, by Kat Henry Doran + #Giveaway — 15 Comments

    • Hi, Maureen!
      thanks so much for stopping by. I am terribly embarrassed to be late in sending you my thanks. I only just learned of the blog posting just now–24 hours after the fact.
      You’re a pal to comment.

  1. I enjoyed the excerpt. It was great! Sounds like this book stirs with a lot of conflict and emotion. Confronting the people who made you feel worthless would be very difficult. Can’t wait to see how it works out!

  2. There’s 2 ways to go when facing bullies, etc. from years past: exact revenge or be the bigger person. I’m curious what your characters will do. Best wishes.

    • Hi, Diane
      each does a little of both–or let events speak for themselves. Either way, it worked! Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate it very much.

  3. Dealing with bullies can be a challenge. Like Diane, I too am wondering what your characters will do. Best and blessings!

    • Hi, Darcy
      I think the characters let things fall where they would anyway. With these bullies they got themselves into their own style of hot water. It was great fun. Hope you enjoy it. Thanks.

    • Hi, Susan
      thank you so much for the kind words and good wishes. We had a lot of fun writing this one.
      Thanks for stopping by

  4. Sounds like a great story, Kat and a wonderful giveaway!
    Good luck and God’s blessings to ALL.

    • Hi, Pam
      like many things in life, a major event sparks the invention of something that morphs into an item we cannot live without. In the case of the seatbelt cushions, my grandchildren whined their brains out because the seatbelts [they claimed] cut into the tender skin of their necks. They accepted the idea of restraints when the fabric was soft and was made into their favorite characters. Voila! Then, the local breast cancer coalition found out I make them and Voila! I now make them for their clients. Then, customers let me know that these babies work well for people with recurrent clavicle fractures [like jocks and such]–and fresh pacemakers and fresh post-op chest surgery patients or patients undergoing chemo or long term antibiotic therapy.
      Who knew that something so annoying like a child’s whining would turn into something so helpful to others in need. Thanks for the blessings. You are a jewel in my life.