Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Book Blast - Still Life with Strings by Author L. H. Cosway

I am pleased to host L. H. Cosway and her novel Still Live with Strings!

About the Author

L. H. Cosway has a BA in English Literature and Greek and Roman Civilization, and an MA in Postcolonial Literature.  She lives in Dublin city.  Her inspiration to write comes from music.  Her favorite things in life include writing stories, vintage clothing, dark cabaret music, food, musical comedy, and of course, books!

Her latest book is the contemporary romance, Still Life with Strings.

Visit her website at www.lhcosway.com.
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About the Book:

My name is Jade Lennon and I stand still for money.

The night I saw Shane Arthur watching me everything changed.  A man in a suit always catches my eye, but it was the way he looked at me that was different.  Like he knew me or something.  He didn’t know me, especially not in my costume.  My sobriety rests on staying away from men, but there was something about him that made me throw caution to the wind.

After all, I was never going to see him again, right?


Standing still isn’t the only way I make money.  I also bartend at a concert hall.  Never in my wildest dreams did I think Shane was going to show up there.  Not only that, but he’s the most recent addition to the orchestra.  So now on a daily basis I have to resist one of the most beautiful men I’ve ever met and he plays the violin.  For me that’s one hell of a deadly cocktail.

He wants me to teach him how to live.  I’m not sure how much a twenty-six year old recovering alcoholic who works in a bar and moonlights as a living statue can teach a world class concert violinist, but I’m sure going to try.

Still Life with Strings is a story of music, art, sex, magical realism, and romance that you will never forget.

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I hope you enjoy these book spotlights I do from time-to-time.  As a writer, I never hestitate to help promote the work of other writers since I know how hard it is. 

R. K. Avery