Welcome

to the temporary home for PRIDE’S CHILDREN, a novel.

RETURNING READERS: here is the latest scene. Good to have you back; love to hear what you think – suggestions?

BLOG READERS: hop on over to my meanderings here.

NEW READERS: The ultimate purpose for this page is to persuade you to read Book 1 of the Pride’s Children trilogy – entirely free. It – and the remaining volumes – will be put up on Amazon in their final edited version, for sale, as soon as they are finished, but will remain available on this and other sites, in the original version.

Why would you want to read Pride’s Children?PC 2nd gen coverTo read the story of Kary, a damaged reclusive writer who has hidden herself away from the world because that is the only way she can write.

And of Andrew, the Irish actor at the point in his career where he can be the next megastar – or crash and burn.

And of Bianca, who sees Andrew as the keystone to her plan to form the ultimate Hollywood Power Couple – and control her  future.

To watch obsession, friendship, betrayal, and love struggle to coexist. To follow three extraordinary people through a journey that will leave them gasping for breath – and responsible for the lives of innocents.

Be forewarned: if a mainstream contemporary novel, splashed on three continents over two years’ time, with a cast of hundreds, and set in the entertainment fields is your kind of story, I have been told that it is addictive. Proceed to Pride’s Children, Chapter 1.

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Pride’s Children Table of Contents.

Or read more about Pride’s Children before you spend your time, your most valuable asset, on it.

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Thanks to Jon Gwinn for the glorious sunset photos.

2 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Denise Vega

    Alicia,
    Your series sounds really exciting! I’m definitely going to get the first book – though I won’t be able to read it until I finish revisions on my own novel and get it back to my agent. Thanks for sharing your process and tips on WU and my blog. So helpful!

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    1. Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt Post author

      Not available until I finish a couple more revisions of chapters – but welcome – and read here any time.

      I would be careful about giving MY process to much weight – I put it up for entertainment value – but it may spark ideas. It’s required for a very controlling mind which can only work on small pieces at a time, but that’s me.

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