It’s another Mutual Monday! Today I am featuring author Courtney Pierce, literary and women’s fiction writer of “Baby Boomer Fiction” that cross genres from magical realism to humorous mysteries, and who knows what else will come out from her creative brain in the future.
When I first met Courtney, I fell in love her with her enthusiasm for life and her willingness to always pitch in and work whenever she was asked. We met when we were both serving on the board of the Northwest Independent Writer’s Association (NIWA). I’d never met someone with so much energy, organizational skills, and true caring for others.
By day, Courtney is an executive in the entertainment industry and uses her time in a theater seat to create stories that are filled with heart, humor and mystery. Her first three novels, Stitches, Brushes, and Riffs are a trilogy of magical realism geared toward Baby Boomers. Her second trilogy about the three Dushane sisters tells the hilarious tale of three middle-aged siblings who dig into their past after the death of their mother. The Executrix and Indigo Lake are the first installments. The Executrix received the Library Journal Self-E recommendation and seal. The final book of the series, Indigo Legacy, will be releasing early in 2018.
Here is what her readers say about her books:
“Ms. Pierce showed she is a wonderful and gifted story teller. Courtney Pierce has a way of describing a room, a house, a community and most importantly a character that makes you feel they are real, alive, warm, welcoming– somewhere you want to be and people you want to meet.” – Kindle Customer about the Legacy Trilogy, Stitches, Brushes, and Riffs
“Courtney Pierce is an awesome story teller – she must be writing from real life because the book is so believable and relatable. Three sisters who finally bond in their mid-life years tell an intriguing, interesting story that’s woven with unexpected twists and turns – laugh out loud stuff.” –Susan Golden about The Executrix
“I LOVED my trip back to the familiar territory of the Dushane sisters. Courtney paints a picture of New England and the adventures of the sisters that makes you feel that you are along for the ride. I laughed, I cried, and I thoroughly enjoyed my ride. My only issue is that I will have to wait several months to pick up their story in the next installment.” — Steven Winton about Indigo Lake
You don’t have to be a member of the baby-boomer generation to enjoy Courtney’s books. If you love stories about love and families in all its messiness and beauty, along with a little humor, you will want to get Courtney’s books. I’m truly excited to read the final book in the Dushane Sisters Trilogy, I know it will be a whopper. You can check out all of her books at her author page on Windtree Press. She distributes widely both in ebook and paperback.Lets Connect!. Follow me on your favorite social media sites