Thursday, January 8, 2015

Come to the End of Lonely Street; celebrate Elvis' birthday and win a prize

Can she let go of the past, before it destroys her future?


All Toby Lawson wanted was to go to college to pursue her dream of becoming a teacher and to be free of her alcoholic mother and the painful memories of finding her and the guy Toby loved kissing. But when her mother nearly burns the house down, Toby must put her dreams on hold and return home to care for her. The only time she isn’t lonely and miserable is when she’s listening to her heartthrob, Elvis Presley. His music takes her away, helps her escape from everything wrong in her life.

Noah Rivers has always loved Toby, but no matter what he says, and even though she knows her mother initiated the kiss, and that he didn’t kiss her back, she can‘t seem to get past what happened. He soon realizes that the true problem lies in Toby’s belief that she’s not good enough for him and in her fear that she will be just like her mother.
What will it take to prove to her that she deserves to be happy, and that he would give anything to be the man to make her dreams come true?

Meet today's guest: Alicia Dean lives in Edmond, Oklahoma. She has three grown children and a huge network of supportive friends and family. She writes mostly contemporary suspense and paranormal, but has also written in other genres, including a few vintage historicals.

Other than reading and writing, her passions are Elvis Presley, MLB, NFL (she usually works in a mention of one or all three into her stories) and watching her favorite televisions shows like Vampire Diaries, Justified, Sons of Anarchy, Haven, The Mindy Project, and Dexter (even though it has sadly ended, she will forever be a fan). Some of her favorite authors are Michael Connelly, Dennis Lehane, Lee Child, Lisa Gardner, Sharon Sala, Jordan Dane, Ridley Pearson, Joseph Finder, and Jonathan Kellerman…to name a few.

I’m excited to share my latest release from The Wild Rose Press on what would have been Elvis’ eightieth birthday. End of Lonely Street is a Vintage Romance Short Story set in 1957, in the era when Elvis first burst on the scene. Like my heroine in the story, I am a diehard Elvis fan. As you probably figured out, I took the title from a line in Heartbreak Hotel, which was Elvis’ first million selling record.

Check out End of Lonely Street and enter to win GREAT prizes…
*Entries accepted from January 8, 2015 through noon on January 22, 2015

Three prizes –
Elvis Gift Basket including DVD, CD, plus more
$25 Amazon Gift Card
$10 Amazon Gift Card

First place winner has first choice, second place winner has second choice, third place winner receives remaining prize.

Where to find End of Lonely Street: go to http://amzn.com/B00QQO3BK0

PLUS. . .
*** 10% of all of Alicia Dean’s net royalties for End of Lonely Street will go to The Elvis Presley Charitable Foundation (http://www.graceland.com/epcf/) ***

How cool is that?
To learn more about Alicia, go here:






11 comments:

  1. End of Lonely Street is an excellent read and depicts the era perfectly. Great memories.

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    1. Thank you so much, Carol. I appreciate you giving it a pre-read and a quote. :)

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  2. Great idea for a story. I love that you use your personal passions that way. Good luck and great sales Alicia!
    sandy4lee@yahoo.com

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    1. Thank you, Sandra. It's fun to put your passions into stories. I appreciate you stopping by and the well wishes!

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  3. A trip to yesterday when things were so much simpler. Great story, Alicia.

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    1. Yes, so much simpler. Sigh... Thank you, Diane!

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  4. It sounds great - and timely today! Best of luck.

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  5. LOVE the title. End of Lonely Street sounds like a good one. I always admire people who put their lives on hold for others.

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  6. Thanks to all who stopped by today. We appreciate it very much.
    Kat and Veronica

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  7. I'm late too. My mom is an Elvis fan so I grew up listening to his music and watching his movies. He was my first celebrity crush. Looking forward to reading "End of Lonely Street." Hope you have great sales. 😊

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