Friday, 1 May 2015

Book Blitz & Giveaway - MariKay's Rainbow by Marilyn Weimer



About the Author 
Marilyn Kaye Weimer
Watercolor Artist and Fiction Author

Marilyn completed a three year Famous Artist Course. She studied commercial art at the Kansas University and completed her Associate of Arts with a degree in design at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, CA. in 1987 where she first began writing.

A member of the Romance Writers of America for five years, member of San Diego and Riverside, CA and Arizona RWA organizations and three critique groups helped her to learn and improve her writing skills. A continued writing effort of various courses and contests is ongoing.  

 Marilyn won an honorable mention award for a watercolor landscape in the Albrecht Kemper Museum of Art in the 2002 membership art show. Her watercolor landscape won first place in the 2010 Federated Garden Clubs of Missouri, Inc. People’s Choice Award held in St. Louis, MO.

Marilyn teaches both watercolor and pastel mediums. A recent member of St Joseph Writer’s Guild and Glass Eye Gallery in St Joseph, MO

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MariKay's Rainbow
Author: Marilyn Weimer

Book Description:
Jerry Pruitt loves his tiny home town so much that he is trying to bring it back to life by renovating and reopening some of its businesses. But the disappearance of a young woman and her grandmother and the strange circumstances surrounding the event and his possible part in it begin to consume Jerry and threaten to undermine his dreams for the town, his marriage and even his sanity.

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Snippet Time!

“People shouldn't forget. They need to know the strength behind this country, the people who gave America fortitude. They need to be reminded of the people who got through these wars and not just the ones in combat. I want them to remember all Americans. What better way than here?”
                       “You sound like a patriotic zealot.” Lawson looks at Jerry, “Little overboard?”

“People like our grandparents and parents made our country strong. We didn't. They did. My dad—if he'd lived through the Vietnam War—he'd do the same and my family would want me to do this.”



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