Mini-novel Focuses on One Woman's Fear of Loving Again
Cassandra Black (a/k/a Amber Creek) has released a new novella entitled Loving a Texan from New Orleans. The mini-novel focuses on one woman's fear of loving again.
Cassandra Black has released a new novella entitled Loving a Texan from New Orleans. The mini-novel focuses on one woman's fear of loving again.
Book Synopsis: She hadn't planned on falling in love on the trip to visit her daughter at Diesel Air Force Base. But there he was, like a ray of sunshine, in a tiny Texas military town. Hunter Wolf awakened feelings in Savannah she thought were dead. But could she take a chance, unafraid, after both their pasts?
Afraid to Love: Seven Fears and Ways to Overcome Them
According to an article in Psychology Today entitled Afraid to Love: 7 Fears and Ways to Overcome Them, people are afraid to love for many different reasons. The article discusses fear of love and goes into detail about successful ways to overcome. The seven fears highlighted include the following:
1) being afraid of disapproval
2) fear of commitment
3) being scared of loss
4) fear of disappointing someone
5) apprehension about being "found out"
6) fear of being consumed
7) anxiety concerning being trapped
Cassandra states her novella's main characters, Savannah and Hunter, seek to traverse some of the emotions discussed in the Psychology Today editorial. See http://www.amazon.com/Loving-Texan-New-Orleans-ebook/dp/B00BB1BBC8/ref=ntt_at_ep_dpt_1.
Available via Amazon and Barnes and Noble
Readers can find Loving a Texan from New Orleans in Kindle format on Amazon's website, and in NOOK format via Barnes and Noble.
About the Author of Loving a Texan from New Orleans
A writer, publisher and entrepreneur, Cassandra Black lives in the Atlanta, Georgia area. She travels frequently to the Caribbean to work on a tiny cottage across from the sea.
"The Caribbean is my self-proclaimed hide-out; a place to let my mind meander; to read; and ultimately to start the process of creating something meaningful, something that I always hope will touch readers in that special place that will ultimately move them to act, grow, heal -- and only they know in what ways," states Cassandra. "The fascinating thing about writing is, through the process, I am moving, growing, healing, too, with each character, each story, that bounds from me."
Cassandra Black has authored several publications under her own name as well as the Amber Creek pen name. She is also the author of a children's picture book about entrepreneurship (When I'm Big and Grown), in addition to several real estate business publications available through Stone Cottage Books.
To find links to more titles, visit http://www.cassandrablack.com.