Welcome author Ute Carbone today

afterglow ecoverThanks so much for having me come visit today, Raine.

Hi everyone! I hope you’re all having a wonderful holiday week, full of sparkling lights and laughter and the company of those you love. Christmas is behind us and the New Year is nearly here. 2013 is going to be an exciting year for me. My romantic comedy, Afterglow, will be released by Champagne Books on January 7. Afterglow is the story of a woman of a certain age who discovers that her life isn’t going to end with her divorce. Of course, it isn’t going to be an easy transition either! She’ll have to go through a mess of odd ball dates, a bunch of jams and find a new and somewhat scandalous love of her own to get a new start on life.


Blurb for Afterglow:

India Othmar isn’t having a great year. Her husband of thirty-one years has left her for their son’s ex-girlfriend. Her grown children have moved home. Her best friend Eva seems determined to set her up with every oddball in their small Massachusetts town. And her most significant relationship these days is with Cherry Garcia.
But India is more resilient than she thinks. And though it will take a broken arm, a lawn littered with engine parts, some creative uses for shoes, and a scandalous love affair of her own, she learns, much to her surprise, that her life hasn’t ended with her marriage.



5 thoughts on “Welcome author Ute Carbone today

  1. Sounds like a fun read. And how appropriate given what’s going on in the world today.
    How many men and women have walked out of a marriage of quite a few years, for someone much younger? Like the idea of oddball dates because somehow it fits. Love the cover as well.

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