Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Counterpoint: An Interactive Family Saga
Alina Adams (author of Soap Opera 451) has written a new novel, COUNTERPOINT, An Interactive Family Saga, available through Amazon at the following link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007WMC3BI/ref=as_li_tf_til?tag=alinaadamscom-20&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=B007WMC3BI&adid=0KEP1Y7M8P986G8RNFDS&&ref-refURL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.anotherworldtoday.com%2Fawt_all.html
From Alina Adams, "New York Times" best-selling author of "Oakdale Confidential," "Jonathan's Story," "When a Man Loves a Woman," "Annie's Wild Ride" and the Figure Skating Mystery series, comes "Counterpoint: An Interactive Family Saga," where readers are invited to help write the story!
When Victoria Morgan agreed to come work for the mysterious Cooper family, she never expected their long-hidden secrets to bleed over into her own - or to fall in love with Douglas Cooper's playboy son, Robin.
A development Robin's wife, Nicole, has no intention of accepting gracefully - even if it means destroying the only person who ever gave a damn about her... and everyone he cares about, as well.
2010 SCRIBE Award Winner Adams (for "The Man From Oakdale") begins her tale of passion, intrigue, and deceit with Volume #1 of "Counterpoint," then turns it over to her readers to guide where they want to see the tale go next.
A new volume of "Counterpoint" will be released monthly, written by Adams... and you.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
In addition to four romance novels ("The Fictitious Marquis", "Thieves at Heart," "Annie's Wild Ride," "When a Man Loves a Woman"), five figure skating mysteries ("Murder on Ice," "On Thin Ice," "Axel of Evil," "Death Drop," "Skate Crime") and three books of non-fiction, Alina Adams scripted "Pure Soap" for E! Entertainment, "Loving/The City" transitions for ABC Daytime, and worked as a researcher for the Daytime Emmy Awards from 1996 to 2006. At TeleNext Media, she wrote the "As The World Turns"' tie-ins, "Oakdale Confidential" and "The Man From Oakdale," and co-wrote the "Guiding Light" tie-in, "Jonathan's Story." As Creative Content Producer, she pioneered the first ever on-line continuation of a soap opera with http://www.AnotherWorldToday.com, and followed up with the GL sequel, Mindy's Twitter.