Cover Reveal Time

I’ll start right off by saying this isn’t a romance novel. In fact, it’s not a novel at all. It’s a novelette I’m going to be offering for free, hopefully in the next week or two. It’s about a subject very near and dear to my heart. Okay, okay. If I’m going to be honest, it is not that dear to my heart. I’ll just let the cover speak for itself…

GF Book-final coverDoes the background color make you think of silver linings? Or does it just make you think, “Well that’s sure a pretty shade of gray?”

Here’s the blurb.

I’ve been where you’re at today…

Whether you’ve been diagnosed with Celiac Disease, NCGS (Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity), or you haven’t even been diagnosed because your doctor thinks all of your symptoms are in your head, you’re now facing a life without gluten. A life without all of the foods you’ve loved your entire life. It’s just going to be meat, eggs, fruits, and vegetables from now on. Right?

Maybe not. In this novelette, I’ll share with you what my life has been like since I had to give up gluten. The highs, the lows, the attitude changes, and – most importantly – the fact that there’s hope. Yes, there will be much more to your life than meat, eggs, fruits, and vegetables. I promise!


What do you think? I’m hoping that my experience will help others who have to eliminate gluten from their diets for health reasons. It’s a challenging road, that’s for sure, but I’ve learned a lot. Unfortunately, it was mostly by trial and error.

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4 Responses to Cover Reveal Time

  1. Kristy K. James says:

    Thanks, Kitt. I appreciate that. Mostly all I’ll need is to just get the word out that it’s available. I just need to edit it again, and hopefully it will be good to go.

    You know, I can’t imagine having had to give up gluten more than three years ago (which I kind did, but mostly didn’t until May 4, 2013 – yes, giving it up forever had such an impact on me that I remember the date, lol). There are so many foods available now. I’ll admit that most the ones in my area suck, but there ARE some decent ones. And some are really good.

    I have addressed the whole restaurant thing…and even shared that for an open house, one manager let me bring my own food in because the odds of cross-contamination were better than good. It never hurts to ask. 🙂

  2. I think it’s a great idea for outreach. Heaven knows that when my mom figured out what was wrong with my stepdad the disease was virtually unheard of and usually misdiagnosed by GI doctors as Colitis, Gastritis or Gastroenteritis. He was mortified at the idea of going to restaurants and having to ask so many questions, etc. But the alternative could leave him debilitated for a week!

    Go for it, girl! I’ve got your six. Let me know what I can do to support you.

  3. Emma says:

    Sounds great, Kristy. I have some friends who would appreciate this.

    • Kristy K. James says:

      Thanks, Emma. I just hope I’ve included enough information to be helpful to whoever reads it. 🙂

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