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Karen’s Author Interview with Free eBooks Daily

Click on the above picture to read Karen Jerabek's Author Interview with Free eBooks Daily

Click on the above picture to read Karen Jerabek’s Author Interview with Free eBooks Daily

I’m very honored and excited to have been interviewed by Free eBooks Daily about my novel, Helping Karma.   It’s an awesome website that let’s readers know about free ebooks and shares author interviews.  It was a blast chatting about my novel and sharing some insider information that I haven’t publicly disclosed before.  Curious?  Click on the logo above to read my interview!

For a limited time, my novel, Helping Karma, is available as a free download so if you haven’t already read it, grab a copy today before it goes back to full price.  For more details on downloading it and to read my author interview, click on the logo above.  And if you’re looking for great books to read, pop over to Free eBooks Daily to see what the latest freebies are about!

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Announcing the Release of LOVE LEAPS: A SHORT STORY on Amazon

I’m excited to announce the release of my 2nd short story, Love Leaps on Amazon Kindle as an e-book.  It will be coming to other outlets soon.  If you have a minute, I’d love for you to check it out.

Click on the book cover to go to the Amazon page.

Love Leaps is a short story for anyone who’s ever wondered whether they should take a leap of faith on love.

Emma thought she’d be the next of her friends to get engaged but when her boyfriend, Gray, says he needs some space, she has no idea where this leaves their relationship. As she struggles to deal with her emotions, in walks Sam, a man from her past who’s ready to declare his love for her. Luckily, she has her best friend, Jessica, to help keep her head on straight and to remind her to keep her clothes on too! Should she wait for her boyfriend to come back to her or should she revisit love with an old flame? No matter which man she chooses, Emma knows one thing, love leaps.

Approx. 8,000 words, 40 pages – perfect for a quick read anywhere you have a free 30 minutes. Written as a first person narrative, set in Raleigh, NC.