For today only, The Hidden Witness is free for Kindles from Amazon. Or it should be, if I didn't screw it up.
Consider it a reverse birthday present.
UPDATE: I'm not certain that it is working. Ah, well.
Sunday, June 24, 2012
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Dan O'Shea posted this on his Facebook page:
The rules: The challenge is to post seven lines from an unpublished work of fiction, and most people choose their present Work in Progress. Specifically, you would:I'm not going to tag seven other authors. I don't have seven friends who are writing books. But here is mine, from a work in progress:
-Go to page 7 or 77 in your current manuscript
... -Go to line 7
-Post on your blog or Facebook page the next 7 lines, or sentences, as they are – no cheating
-Tag 7 other authors to do the same.
There was an address for service of legal papers, which Lena recognized as a law firm in Grover City which made a specialty out of shielding companies from the embarrassment of process servers.
There were a number of filings. One was for a change of name from Together Brethren, Inc., then one to change the company from a foreign corporation to a domestic one, which meant that they had started out elsewhere. They had been a Nevada corporation, which didn’t mean much, as Nevada was not too far behind Delaware for being a corporate-friendly state. The Nevada listing was with another law firm, so that was a dead end.
An Internet search for the Together Brethren pulled down some interesting results. The group was a religious sect which believed in living apart from those they deemed to be non-believers, which apparently meant the other 6.999999 billion people on the planet.