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Getting Dumped: New Excerpt

An excerpt of Chapter 1 from Tawna Fenske's Getting Dumped is now available on Heroes and Heartbreakers for members. To read the full excerpt, please log in or register at right.

 

Getting Dumped by Tawna Fenske

Getting Dumped is an “Active Fiction” title, a new type of e-book from Coliloquy.  In this Active Fiction series, your input influences future books from this author.  Specifically, in Getting Dumped, your choices influence what happens to JJ Shultz.  Losing a cushy marketing job only to end up driving heavy equipment at the landfill would be a tough blow for most women, but JJ Schultz isn’t most women.  JJ gamely swaps office politics for a chance to crush garbage. The drama kicks into high gear when JJ and her sister, Lori, uncover a counterfeit handbag ring. JJ soon finds herself unraveling a sinister plot in the company of a tie-tugging accountant, a straight-to-video action hero/secretary, a suspicious but sneaky-hot engineer, and a host of other characters with questionable hygiene and morals.  The author still isn’t sure who JJ should end up with, so she’s eager to see who her readers prefer.  She sees the aggregate statistics on who gets picked the most, so the more you read, the more you influence what she writes. 

 

When I was a little girl playing in my uncle’s sand and gravel lot, my life’s ambition was to drive a dump truck. Or maybe a front-end loader.

 

It began with the usual childhood fantasies about Tonka trucks, but morphed into a bit more when I spent my teenaged summers hauling dirt and digging trenches to earn money for college and designer handbags. While my peers nursed their teen angst with Seagram’s wine coolers, I relieved mine smashing boulders in a Magnum 30 Rock Crusher.

 

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