Nursing Novellas by Amy Glenn Vega…and Some Marcus fiction, too!

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Okay, so you know yours truly writes non-fiction, right? But, did you also know that your humble author has also delved into a bit o’ fiction? True story!

In the summer of 2011, I became acquainted with author Amy Glenn Vega after we both presented at the National Nursing and Staff Development Organization convention in Chicago. Amy is the author of Nursing Novellas, a series of fictional books where the main characters are all nurses. While these books are entertaining, there’s a major bonus benefit: nurses can get continuing ed units for reading them! Check out:

www.NursingNovellas.com

for info on all Amy’s titles and how you, the nursing professional, can help your education and get those necessary continuing education units, to boot.

When we first started E mailing, Amy was finishing up work on her latest Nursing Novella, “Through Other Eyes.” In this one, one of Amy’s characters is a fisty patient who also happens to be blind. Amy asked for my suggestions and review of the manuscript to help make the character the most textured and real. I was more than happy to oblige!

After my help with “Through Other Eyes”, Amy and I came to a logical conclusion: we should write together! My non-fiction writing is almost all autobiographical, so for Amy to propose we work on some fiction together was a little out of my comfort zone. But hey, I’m up for a challenge!

Over the next couple months, Amy and I created a novelette called, “Open.” With a nursing theme, “Open” even has a bit of a love story thrown in with a couple of the characters. Nothing TOO taudry…this ain’t 50 Shades of, oh, whatever!

Anyway, “Open” was released about this time last year and  immediately (and currently is) #1 in Nurse & Patient publications on Amazon.com. Amy and I are again offering “Open” for free electronic download via Amazon. Go here to get yourself some holiday reading fun:

http://www.amazon.com/Open-ebook/dp/B006NXR7AE

 

And Amy’s Nursing Novellas Facebook author page is

www.facebook.com/authoramyglennvega.

If you ‘like’ the page and post a comment that ‘Marcus sent me,’ you’ll be entered in a drawing for a free autographed novella!

 

There is also a free Nursing Novellas holiday story which is authored by Amy.  The Reluctant Santa is available as a pdf for free download here:

http://www.p-h.com/newsletter/The%20Reluctant%20Santa%20by%20Amy%20Glenn%20Vega_opt.pdf

 

As always, with “Open”, we’d appreciate any reviews you’d care to give on Amazon. And while you’re at it, throw some Marcus love her way with her other titles, too!

 

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  • Amy Glenn Vega
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    Marcus, thanks for the mention on your blog! I had an awesome time writing “Open” with you and look forward to more creative collaboration! You rock, amigo!

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