Thursday, October 18, 2012


YIPPEE! My first women's fiction, Slightly Cracked, has been released! I based the book on the lessons we learn from geese. It's about lifelong friendship between to Baby Boomers. Here's the press release:

Susan Whitfield, author of the Logan Hunter Mystery series, announces the  October 29th release of SLIGHTLY CRACKED, her first women’s fiction, set in Wayne County, North Carolina.

In SLIGHTLY CRACKED, Sugar Babe Beanblossom and best pal, Daisy Marie Hazelhurst, have been buddies since they were born two weeks to the day apart. Living near each other, they share happy and sad memories, outrageous antics and giggles, marital and health glitches. The only thing that threatens their lifelong friendship is the Old Dickeywood subdivision goose controversy.

When Daisy takes a nasty spill on her bike, Sugar Babe races to her side. After two trips to the ER, Daisy is diagnosed with post-concussion syndrome and tests reveal an even more sinister affliction. As Daisy weakens, Sugar Babe embraces the realization that friends must encourage and protect one another through difficult circumstances, and …

 “Driving Miss Daisy” takes on a whole new meaning.

SLIGHTLY CRACKED by Susan Whitfield – October 11, 2012– Contemporary Women’s Fiction – Trade paperback -  ISBN 978-1478335017 - $13.99 – Page Count – 308 – eBook – ISBN 978-1-62345-288-9

Whitfield, who lives in Wayne County, also wrote Genesis Beach, Just North of Luck, Hell Swamp, and Sin Creek. She is currently writing the fifth book in the mystery series, titled Sticking Point. She’s a member of Mystery Writers of American, Sisters in Crime, Carolina Conspiracy, Coastal Carolina Crime Writers, and North Carolina Writers Network and NABBW.


Susan Whitfield – 919-734-8367   - Email:   

The eBook is not available yet. I'll keep you posted. A special thanks to all of you who read for me, offered suggestions, and supported me during the process. You're a great basket of good eggs!

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