Of Happiness Sale!

Here’s the deal – you may have a few days off work. It’s the end of the year and you want to read something new. What should you read? The conclusion to Edith and Harris’ story! Get Of Happiness for 99 pennies on Amazon US now.

Get your copy here http://amzn.to/1vFO9ab

Of Happiness


In Pursuit and Of Happiness Sale

In Pursuit and Of Happiness are on sale this week for 99 pennies!

Get your copy while it’s on sale – and please share the love!

Book One – In Pursuit
Amazon US: http://amzn.to/1iWhWno
Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/1aQAhCJ

Book Two – Of Happiness (conclusion to Eddie and Harris’ story)
Amazon US: http://amzn.to/1vFO9ab
Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/1o5KNv3

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Of Happiness Deleted Scene

I’m deep into editing Of Happiness. One scene isn’t going to make the final cut, but I wanted to share it with you now because I enjoy it.

Without further comment…


When I log into the blog hosting site, I find a few new comments associated with my latest blog post that need approval. This morning’s entry was a feature I called “Inside Your Perfect Place,” an attempt to make my blog slightly less anonymous. Last week, I spread the contents of my tote bag across Sean and Luke’s dining room table and photographed them for this entry. Mostly I included work items—journal, writing utensil case, camera, but I also revealed some personal affects like my wallet, cell phone and favorite lip gloss.

I approve a comment from Beth, my virtual design client. Another one is spam, so I delete it, and the last comment comes from someone who identified themselves as HG. With a click of my finger on the mouse pad, the comment light box opens on the page.

HG: My sweet girl wears sex goddess lip gloss? That explains a lot 😉

 I can’t stifle my snort of laughter. Not only does he subscribe to my blog, he takes the time to read and comment on my posts. I don’t approve the comment for the whole world to see, but I do save it in the queue of unapproved comments so I can go back and read it later.

Just like that, my worries about Claire lessen a bit.

Of Happiness Synopsis

Psst! Guess what’s on Goodreads?

Have you checked yet?

Okay, I share it here too… Of Happiness synopsis time!
Edith Neff relocated to Chicago to capture her own piece of happiness. Now bombarded with more change than she knows how to manage, Eddie struggles to pick of the pieces of her torn heart and decimated friendship.

Standing in the middle of a sidewalk while her (ex?) boyfriend Harris Grants pleads for forgiveness, Eddie’s at a loss what to do next. So when her estranged father provides a lifeline – she has no option than to take his offer.

But Harris won’t let Eddie go without a fight. He’ll use whatever tactics necessary to win back his girl. While Eddie and Harris find their way back together, darkness lurks, unwilling to relent on destroying their relationship. Permanently.

Of Happiness – What’s Happening?

We are within two months of release date, people!

There’s lots going on in the Olivia Luck author world with In Pursuit and Of Happiness. So what’s the deal?

March 27: Of Happiness synopsis day
April 14: Kick off of In Pursuit blog tour (read: major giveaway!)
April 25: Of Happiness cover reveal
May 20: Of Happiness release day

Along the way there will be teasers and tidbits from the conclusion of Eddie and Harris’ story.

Did I mention I’m writing something new? I can’t wait for you to meet Zoe, the main character in my novel tentatively titled New Point.



Second Of Happiness Teaser

Friends, here’s your next Of Happiness teaser – this bad boy is unedited and subject to change.

“I won’t go another day without you, Edith. Not one.” He delivers the words intently. He will stop at nothing to get what he wants.

It infuriates me, his arrogance. The fury pushes past the exhaustion and hurt. So easily he dismissed what grew between us because of small obstacles set forth by his sister. Now in the midst of a major evolution in the relationship with my father, he expects me to drop it and focus on him?

“You want me?” I snap. Lifting my hand to where his rests around my neck, I tug it away.

“More than want. You are a necessity to me,” his voice is just as harsh, passionate and he tightens his grip.

“Then show me! Stop running away and keeping me at arm’s length.” My head falls forward as I lose some of my aggression. “Do you realize that tonight I’m working on things with my father? He and I have spent the last three days bulldozing over the ash that was our twisted relationship. Of course in these past three days I’ve ached for resolution but I told myself to put you on hold. Tonight was the night I was going to speak to him through my music. So, yes, you and I need to talk, but not today.”