The Fizgig

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My debut novel is The Fizgig. Ever heard of that word? Lots of people haven’t, but it’s a very good word to describe the main character, Daisy.

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And one of the best parts is that it’s currently priced at only 99¢. Here’s what it’s about:

Daisy Young believes that when life hands you lemons, eat chocolate and get on with it, but no amount of candy gets her mind off her drowned fiancé – until she flees to East Tennessee’s mountains and meets Luke Strann, a man with a secret past.

The last thing she’s looking for is love, and certainly not with Luke, and yet their poetic synchronicity forms a powerful bond. Their relationship transforms into a “no promises, no demands” love affair. But the more fun she has with Luke—hiking mountains, shooting fireworks, meeting an oddly prophetic woman—the more frustrated she is with what love is not.

Her future uncertain, Daisy calls it quits. Should she give up the hope she’s learned to run to and return to her family in Nashville?

Then a near-fatal accident reveals Luke’s secret, leaving Daisy to make the decision of her life.

Set in a time when Tina Turner rocks the radio and phones are plugged into walls, THE FIZGIG chronicles the adventures, the defeats, and the triumphs of Daisy and Luke, with laughter and a host of unconventional characters mixed within.

And here are a few reviews:

Just finished it! Loved it and laughed my way through. Ms. Vogt captured small-town, east Tennessee perfectly! Being from east Tennessee, it was fun to try to pick out the places referred to.
~ Kem

I’ll admit… l had to look up the definition of Fizgig in the dictionary…
~Jennifer
LOVE is the word that comes to mind. As a teacher I look forward to the summer and the chance to pick up a good book and get lost in it. While reading The Fizgig, I felt like I had been transported to East Tennessee. I could see the Smokies, the beautiful trees, and winding creeks that live there. I found myself actually missing Daisy and Luke if I hadn’t read any of the book that day. What a great read!
~Katie

Please take a look at The Fizgig. Every purchase warms my heart. I wish you all the best!

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