Thursday, February 10, 2011

Spiced Coffee Break And Great Sighting. I'm happy to announce my new eBook.

 The Secret Passion of Twins, by Jacqueline Howett.  Now sold at Amazon Kindle.  New Short Story: eBook $0.99 cents.    
  They say twins know eachother's thoughts, but are these twins in denial of this while on vacation? When it comes to much needed love and there's only one man, in reality only one can have him. It may appear everyone's in denial as they live out a fantasy with deep and somewhat strange psycholigical consequences as they learn to let go of the guilt of a tragic family accident.
This is a Short Story that will really make you think!     
Buy from Amazon -Kindle    

Review from Amazon
This review is from: The Secret Passion of Twins (Kindle Edition)
You'll notice something about the writer's choice of words that locks the reader in and won't let him go. One of those talents all of us writers envy and seems to come so natural for Jacqueline Howett, though it is the result of years of writing in a number of different occupations.

For the lover of short stories, this is one you must experience as Mr's Howett writes with a modest elegance and compassion for these twin sisters; the one who was confined to the wheelchair and the one who was not. It will make you think of life's strange twists and turns and the inner strength it takes to sometimes adjust.

Jacqueline Howett is the author of The Greek Seaman, and Amorphous Angelic, Selected Poems, also available at Amazon Kindle.   

It is also available at Smashwords in various formats Here's the link


  1. Sounds very interesting Jacqueline. I have twins in my family, so that is perhaps another reason why. All the best with it.

  2. Good luck with your new ebook. It sounds interesting.

    Thanks for coming by my blog. It's good to meet you.

  3. Good for you, and congrats! Will go and download.

  4. Happy Valentines Day and enjoy your chocolate.

  5. My Kindle comes in the mail in about a week. I think I can afford this :)


  6. Thanks for your comments and those of you buying my eBook.

  7. That story sounds amazing. I think I do have to buy an e-book reader soon- seem to be missing out on a treasure trove of short stories.