Summer is Easy and the Book is Free

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Disappearing in Plain Sight is getting out and about this summer! It’s sitting pretty in a outdoor library shelf in High River, Alberta and you can have the ebook free of charge from Friday, July 21st through to Sunday, July 23rd.

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153 Reviews on Amazon – Insightful … great read … the characters make this story real … I couldn’t put it down … I was hooked from the start.

Get set for a great summer of beach reading with the whole Crater Lake Series.

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Free Book Offer: May 8-10, 2017

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Here’s your chance to grab the first book in the Crater Lake Series free of charge.

A Novel to Deepen One’s Humanity – Amazon reviewer

I rarely read contemporary novels (Marge Piercy and Barbara Kingsolver being notable exceptions), but once I read the first chapter of this one “just to check it out,” I was hooked. The psychologically-true and compassionate descriptions of each unique, complex character, blended with the real-life-like plot twists, kept me eagerly reading on. I resonated with the wisdom of the life lessons and insights each character developed, and their processes of growth and discovery catalyzed new insights in me. I appreciated the multisensory richness of the scenery, creating a vivid setting in which these extraordinary “ordinary” people move, stumble and grow in deeply realistic and moving ways. The plotting is intricate and well-woven, easy to follow if one pays attention — which is easy because the characters are so engaging and interesting. I grew to care about them, so I’m glad there’s a sequel. Best of all, I was reminded that everyone has a story, and if one knows these stories, one can never judge another human being, even while deploring some of the things they do. Reading this book, taking in the courage, vulnerability, and honest communication amongst the characters as the story progressed, I felt my own humanity was deepened.

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Fourth book – No Compass to Right – is available now as a pre-order for release on June 1, 2017.

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Free, Free, Free–Disappearing in Plain Sight is Free

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Who doesn’t love free stuff? I’m taking a break from the intensity of writing the fourth book in the Crater Lake Series to do a promotion for the flagship first novel in the series – Disappearing in Plain Sight. 

Free Sunday, March 19th and Monday, March 20th.

Here’s a glimpse of what readers think – A recent Amazon five star review:

Every page of it was an eye opener of raw emotion and the struggle just get through each and every day. This was the first book by this author that I have read and I loved it. I’m hooked on the story and can’t wait to read the next book.

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FREE–Jan. 27-29–Disappearing in Plain Sight

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First promotional offer of 2017 – Disappearing in Plain Sight – book one in the Crater Lake Series – FREE!

To whet your appetite, a couple of recent five-star review:

I was deeply moved on so many levels while reading this richly rewarding book. The characters were fleshed out in perfectly timed increments through the progress of the story. Ms. Guenette demonstrates comprehensive understanding of the varied troubles and traumas that plague people from toddler to adulthood, and she treats them compassionately in their resolution in this novel. I look forward to reading more in the Crater Lake Series.

This book was exceptional in that I was so drawn into the people (it’s funny but it’s strange to call them just “characters”) that, for once, I didn’t really care about the plot. The beautiful thing about this story was the way it made me examine my own core being along with the core beings of others. It made me pause my reading several times to re-evaluate some traumatic events from my past. Few stories have made me review those things with the sense of hope, compassion and peace that came from this particular book.

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Disappearing in Plain Sight–FREE–Nov. 11-13

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Last chance in 2016 to start the Crater Lake Series of books for FREE Smile 

Join the thousands of readers who have downloaded Disappearing in Plain Sight and then go on to read the entire series. Both The Light Never Lies (Book Two) and Chasing Down the Night (Book Three) are available to purchase or read free of charge through the Kindle Unlimited program.

I warn you, though … you will get hooked on these books and then you must anxiously await – like so many others readers – the release of the fourth in the series.

Excerpts from reviews:

Couldn’t put it down! Francis Guenette goes beyond captivating in “Disappearing in Plain Sight”. Weaving her background in psychology into the lives of her characters, she creates an intimate look into their souls.

Deeply emotional characters that will stay with you long after you have finished reading.

A stunning family drama that will captivate, infuriate and ultimately change the way you look at the world.

Set in the wilderness of Northern Vancouver Island … the landscape became a character in itself.

A story that became a meditation on love and empathy … literary fiction at its finest.

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Don’t miss out on this opportunity. Disappearing in Plain Sight – FREE from Nov. 11th to 13th.

The Light Never Lies – 2nd Book in the Crater Lake Series – Free for Four Days

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Rated 4.8/5 stars on Amazon, the second book in the Crater Lake Series – The Light Never Lies – will be FREE from Sunday the 18th to Wednesday the 21st of September.

Book Description:

As circumstances spiral out of control, Lisa-Marie is desperate to return to Crater Lake. The young girl’s resolve is strengthened when she learns that Justin Roberts is headed there for a summer job at the local sawmill. Her sudden appearance causes turmoil. The mere sight of Lisa-Marie upsets the relationship Liam Collins has with trauma counsellor, Izzy Montgomery. All he wants to do is love Izzy, putter in the garden and mind the chickens. Bethany struggles with her own issues as Beulah hits a brick wall in her efforts to keep the organic bakery and her own life running smoothly. A native elder and a young boy who possesses a rare gift show up seeking family. A mystery writer arrives to rent the guest cabin and a former client returns looking for Izzy’s help. Life is never dull for those who live on the secluded shores of Crater Lake. Set against the backdrop of Northern Vancouver Island, The Light Never Lies is a story of heartbreaking need and desperate measures. People grapple with the loss of cherished ideals to discover that love comes through the unique family ties they create as they go.

Take a look at what recent reviewers have to say about The Light Never Lies:

Continuation of a Great Story – I enjoyed the first book in the Crater Lake series so much that I immediately bought and read The Light Never Lies. It was as compelling as the first of the series. Sometimes I read books that are so special that I know that I will someday read them again. This series falls into that category.

I ordered this book as soon as I had finished the first book in the Crater Lake series. With unexpected plot twists and the introduction of new characters, The Light Never Lies is an enthralling sequel to Francis Guenette’s Disappearing in Plain Sight. The characters and their stories have remained with me for many weeks now, and I’m one who usually forgets the character’s names as soon as I finish a book. I’m looking forward to the third installment in the series.

Even Better Than the First – A terrific follow-up to the first book in the Crater Lake series. I immersed myself in this story with the feeling of coming home. It features a diverse ensemble cast of characters coping with a wide range of life’s problems, and Guenette handles each issue with care and sensitivity. Beautiful description of the fictional setting and distinct characters who feel like old friends are some of its many strengths. A highly enjoyable summer read reminiscent of Susan Wiggs’s Lakeshore Chronicles.

Every bit as good as Disappearing in Plain Sight – The Light Never Lies brought me right back into the fold of characters I have come to love! Just as much wit and insight as the first book with a bit more action & intrigue. Fabulous read, incredibly good writing.

I felt like all the characters in this series were family or good friends. I was “right at home” and couldn’t wait to see what would happen next. Highly recommended for all.

Love this book! I love this series! It is interwoven with real life drama. I’ve devoured the books! GOOD read Ms. Guenette!

The characters are so real and believable! Everyone should read the whole series!

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Take this opportunity to read the second book in the Crater Lake Series – FREE.

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Disappearing in Plain Sight–Last Chance at Free Before Summer

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Forget holding onto your hats, folks – this is it – your last chance before the summer to pick up Disappearing in Plain Sight, the first book of the Crater Lake Series – free – June 4th, 5th and 6th.

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Disappearing in Plain Sight, a #1 Best Seller in the category of Literary Fiction – Sagas, has over 90 reviews on Amazon.com! The book is creating buzz.

The lazy days of summer are fast approaching and the Crater Lake Series is a great summer-time read. Enjoy the first book free and share the news with your friends and followers. Many thanks in advance for your support.

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