Rapturous #Release #Blitz: Merge by Erin Lee

erin-lee-merge-banner

Merge (Lola, Party of Eight, #3)Title: Merge

Series: Lola, Party of Eight

Series Number: #3

Author: Erin Lee

Genre:  Fiction

Publisher: Crazy Ink

Publication Date: November 11, 2016

Pages: 141

Blurb From Goodreads:

“Why should we give up our lives for hers?” – Zoe, the dreamer
“Because she gave up hers for ours.” – Maria, the mother

Lola was never any good at math. Just thinking about it makes her head hurt: Two arms, two legs, ten fingers, ten toes. One brain, eight alter egos. Sometimes, the numbers just don’t add up. Of course, it doesn’t help that an unknown factor has been added to the equation – a new alter who insists he has all the answers.

After more than thirty years in a mental hospital, dissociative identity disorder patient Lola Murray thought she’d finally silenced the voices. But after her mother’s death, Lola finds herself right back where she started, plus one.

As she lays dormant in a mental hospital, her eight alter egos must decide—once and for all—to merge or let Lola go forever. What does it take to get a control freak, a know-it-all, a recluse, comedian, dreamer, protector, techy, and child to agree? It’s really a matter of how you, they, or “we” see the bigger equation. Is it possible for nine to become one? Nine lives. One body. Will a merge finally set them free?

GOODREADS / AMAZON

erin-lee-merge-teaser

Author Bio:

Erin LeeErin Lee is a freelance writer and therapist living with her family in southern New Hampshire.

She’s published numerous magazine articles, particularly on the topic of mental illness. She is the author of “Crazy Like Me” from Savant Books and Publications and “Wave to Papa,” “Nine Lives,” and “Alters” with Limitless Publishing. She’s also author of “Host,” “Merge” and “When I’m Dead.” Her other writing interests include poetry and journaling. She recently completed her master’s degree in psychology and uses a narrative approach with clients.

She is currently writing “99 Bottles” and “Her Name Was Sam.”

In her spare time, she serves as an unpaid taxi cab driver for her children and rescue/therapy dogs, Milo and Thomas.

images

Heart spacer

Follow Me

Facebook Twitter Tumblr ♥ GoodReads 

Don’t forget to follow our blog.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s