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Take The Body and Run!

Today I have Jada Ryker's Take The Body And Run on my blog! Her new book is up for nominations in Kindle Scout until June 3. Nominating a book for Kindle Scout is super easy! Follow the link and it will take you to the page for Take the Body And Run. Jada has shared a short blurb, answered three questions about the project, and shared the first 5,000 words there for you to read. If you want to read the book, sign in to your Amazon account and hit the 'nominate me' button! That puts Take The Body And Run on your dashboard. As long as it is still there when the campaign ends, if they choose it for Kindle Press, you'll get a free copy before it's released to the public! Read on to find out about the book and how to nominate it!


Fleeing her past, Macey hurtles into danger.

Macey’s first day in the college employee relations department ends with a knife at her throat. Macey is certain things can’t get any worse. She’s wrong. An angry employee vows to put her on an online hit list. When he turns up dead, she’s a suspect—and on the hit list. To keep her secrets and her life, Macey partners with Vince, a driven lawman, and fun-loving pathologist Brett, who drives everyone crazy with his quirky humor and his fart machine. Her cat Wikket grumpily leaps into the fray.

Jada is the author of Dog Days of Karma, the first Carr - Maah Consulting mystery/paranormal novel; A Pink Zombie, with a Mist, a Shaken, Not Stirred, mystery/horror adventure; and Murder Takes a Dare, the first book in the Takes a Dare mystery series. The books combine humor and murder in a total package of entertaining and fun southern adventures. At the same time, Jada sketches in addiction/recovery issues and childhood angst with a deft and compassionate touch.

Jada spent the first twenty-odd years of her life in rural Kentucky, many of those years without electricity or running water. In her writings, Jada draws upon her early years of deprivation.

Now, she lives in central Kentucky with her wonderful husband and their cat, rescued from the animal shelter. In her day job, Jada works in higher education. She holds a masters degree in public administration.

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