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Check out the link from the Salisbury Post’s Sunday, September 29th edition. IN THAT MOMENT is #1!

http://www.salisburypost.com/article/20130929/SP04/130929744/

 

IN THAT MOMENT is one year-old! Digital versions are on sale for $.99 from now until the end of  May at all websites!

BUY IN THAT MOMENT NOW AT AMAZON:   http://www.amazon.com/In-That-Moment-ebook/dp/B00CKLSG0I/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1367331465&sr=1-1&keywords=margot+sloan

NOW AVAILABLE AS AS A PAPERBACK AT AMAZON!

You may also find it at Barnes and Noble by searching “Margot Sloan”.

 

Welcome to my world! It’s a world where I regularly suspend reality to live through characters who are bold enough to take me places I’ll likely never go. And hopefully, you’ll take that journey with us too.

In my books, you’ll find recognizable characters facing dilemmas without clear resolutions, challenging conventional notions of right and wrong, exploring the depths of true love. You’ll ache with their anguish and soar with their joy.  You’ll laugh and cry and share their intimacies. And in the end, the characters will be your friends, or maybe someone you know, or maybe even you.

My debut novel, In That Moment, explores the power of a single moment—an instant when an event occurs or a decision is made that forever alters one’s path. The story chronicles the life of Anne McLeod, a North Carolina native, from her days as a law student at Duke University in 1987 to her migration to New York City in 1996 to work for a law firm in the dynamic World Trade Center.

By 2001, professionally successful and surrounded by loyal friends, Anne seems to have it all. But in spite of an abundant and seemingly fulfilling lifestyle, Anne feels hollow. Maybe it was her inability to make a meaningful romantic connection or maybe it was the loss she endured several years prior, but at thirty-eight years old, Anne feels isolated. And she’s still haunted by memories of a love lost fourteen years prior during her days at Duke University Law School.

And then in the spring of 2001, while attending the wedding of a friend, Anne unexpectedly encounters that old love, Kevin Sheehan, and the passion between them is reignited. But the forces that drove them apart in 1987 still hold dominion over them and Anne realizes that to embark on a relationship with Kevin requires a huge personal sacrifice—one that she is willing to make.

But in the fall of 2001 an unforeseen disaster occurs that is so life-altering, that Kevin and Anne must, again, reevaluate their future together. Or should they? Has this disaster actually created an opportunity? And if that opportunity is taken, what will Anne now have to risk?

Go to the “Book” section of my website to read the first chapter of In That Moment.