#Cover #Reveal: Root Canal By Sharon C. Williams
Good morning, Everyone.
We’ve a little goodie for you all today.
Sharon C. Williams has a release coming out soon, and we wanted to share with you the cover for her short story. We’re very excited about her book’s release, and hope you will be, too.
Sharon is an up-and-coming children’s books author, but she also writes stories that tug at your heartstrings, and make you go ‘Hmmm.’
This delightful short story is told from a tooth’s point-of-view, and gives you a little insight as to what a tooth’s daily life is like. Granted, when it’s time to go the dentist, things aren’t so hunky-dory. You’ll enjoy this story just as much as I do.
Without further ado, here’s the cover for her soon-to-be-released book, Root Canal.
It hits the market on May 10th. Look for it on Amazon, Barnes, Smashwords, Kobo, and all other retailers soon.
The inevitable is sometimes painful.
A tooth’s life is never easy. It puts up with multitudes of abuse. From the acidic effects of the atrocious Pepsi, to the sugary sweetness brought about by chocolate, its pain knows no bounds.
Immersed in darkness, it’s rare for a tooth to see the light. Living a solitary life, each day blends into the next without the hope of seeing something new. Death and decay is a certainty many see on a day-to-day basis.
Survival is the key to living a long, pain-free life. When that very option is threatened, it’s the tooth’s obligation to make his beloved caretaker see the light. The hope of garnering a longer lifespan is a must, as is a trip to the dentist. The question is, how can one measly tooth bring about a much needed change without causing any further pain in the process?
About The Author:
Sharon C. Williams is a native of New England, raised in Northern Maine. She lives in North Carolina with her husband and son. She is also owned by a flock of eight birds.
Sharon has a B.S. degree in Chemistry, but is currently disabled, so writing keeps her busy. She tends to lose all track of time. The world could be coming to an end, and she would be oblivious to it. When writing, she envisions the scenes in her head, and tries to imagine the reality of what is written down on paper. Different options, scenes, and problems are noted on the side in case she can use them later.
Sharon tends to write by long hand as the flow works better for her this way. Her bookshelf consists of works written by Stephen King, Agatha Christie, Bentley Little, and James Patterson. The best advice she has ever received about writing was to write about what you know. Her first thought was, “Yeah right,” but it really is that easy. A writer just needs to know a little tidbit to turn it into a short story, and soon enough, there’s a book.
Sharon loves to read, sketch, take pictures, walk, exercise, go to the movies, and listen to music. She is a budding bird watcher, and knits on the side. She is a huge sports fan of baseball, basketball, hockey, and football.
Two of her short stories were published in the anthology, “Cassandra’s Roadhouse.” She will be releasing several short story anthologies during the upcoming months. Her children’s book, “Jasper, Amazon Parrot: A Rainforest Adventure,” has just been picked up by Fountain Blue Publishing, and should be released sometime this year.
Connect With Her Online:
Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/110251056756084178306
Linked In: http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=165672049