Alison Clement

observations from a novelist who sometimes wants to say something small and see it published immediately

Watching Rhonda Honey

My agent asked me to write a summary of my new novel and here it is:

Watching Rhonda Honey is about a woman who, as a foster child, saw her hopes of becoming part of a family crushed by her would-be sister’s lies. Years later, an accidental encounter offers her a chance for revenge, but only if she’s willing to risk her own chance for love. It’s a psychological novel and love story.

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3 replies

  1. >Terrific summary! I'm impressed. I know how hard these are to write.

  2. Cool. Just … cool. Your description did the trick for me, and now I will finally read one of your books, which I’ve been meaning to for a long time, but have felt reluctance because of the investment of time and affection and the already enormous cast of characters in my head and heart from other novelists, and so what to do what to do … but now I see I really must.

  3. Thanks, Stephanie. They’re very different. One is about the conflict between self interest and desire, the other about betrayal and violence. Each a personal obsession of mine.

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