Follow the Snowflakes by Angelina Kerner 

My first book reveal trailer

Well…. I am learning new things being a part of book publicity, all thanks to Shannon @shanannigans81 and the author Angelina Kerner @KernerAngelina 
Animated Follow the Snowflakes.gifFollow the Snowflakes: A Christmas Novella

Publication Date: December 15, 2017

Genre: Chick-lit, contemporary romance

Synopsis:

At 28, it’s bad to be single. After four years of relationship struggles, Cat is ready to try anything.

That’s when her friend tells her about her class’ Dear Santa letters. One little boy asked for a new mommy, and she suggests Cat meets the kid’s dad, just to see where things go. Cat figures it can’t hurt…until she meets a stranger in the midst of a car accident. The man is handsome with a sad look in his eyes. He still wears a wedding band and she’s not sure his heart’s available, even if he makes her heart race. But, maybe he’s a widower? Cat wonders if she should resign herself to being an old maid, or whether she could possibly be the answer to a little boy’s Christmas wish, unless there’s a third option – a future with the stranger.

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About the Author

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Angelina Kerner’s writing career started at a young age when she discovered that her creativity could be channeled through a bit of ink and paper.

She moved around during her younger years from Novosibirsk and Kaluga Russia to finally settle in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. This startling contrast between the fierce snow of Siberia and the bright sun of the American West is a crucial source of inspiration and humility: the forces of people is to be found not only in their spirits, but in their land too.

Angelina’s curiosity in the human condition led her to pursue courses in psychology and blossomed into a master’s degree in Topographical science. It was with a burning fire that she rejected the status quo offered to her generation, and after many meaningless jobs, she decided that writing could be the canvas in which she could express this dichotomy. While working full time behind counters and registers, she persisted in supporting her family, her full-time coursework, and her creative dreams.

She dared to believe in her talents, and most importantly, in her ability to make a real mark on this world.

Like any creative soul, there was time for doubts, self-loathing, and loneliness, but never fear. She worked on countless experimental narratives, universes, genres, until her voice crystallized into her first published narrative. She is now the author of Deity’s Soulmate and Seven Hours: Challenge Accepted. Her next project involves a competition for a beautiful phoenix. Angelina currently divides her time between her family, work, writing, lots of cats, and two celestial dragons.

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24 thoughts on “Follow the Snowflakes by Angelina Kerner 

    1. Hi Deepika.. Thank you so much. Now you have put me in a fix as my photos come worse than what my two year old niece takes, or maybe I should take a training from her. Her selfies are even better. Hehehe.
      That’s why on WordPress I run away from photographs…

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      1. Oh darling Dani, thank you for such words on a Monday morning, I was in a funk, feeling a bit sad, your words cheered me up totally. You are one of the most sweet and genuine people I know. Maybe I am just imitating you. 😉

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