Tuesday, July 31, 2018

New Indie Book Release: Love in the Time of Surfing (Amy Waeschle)


New Indie Book Release:
Love in the Time of Surfing - Amy Waeschle
Suspense (222 Pages - June 2018)

Love in the Time of Surfing explores an emotionally charged landscape of love, loss, and survival - and the risks one woman will take to save a fallen family member.

"What an awesome page turner! It felt like you were a true part of the suspenseful adventure in this story. Well written and a truly fun read. Can't wait for more from this author." - Reader Review

About the Book

Love in the Time of Surfing (Amy Waeschle)
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When volcano seismologist Dr. Cassidy Kincaid wraps up her field season on Costa Rica’s most active volcano, she heads to the beach for a rare treat: five days of surfing and relaxation. But a call from a family member forces a change in plans. Cassidy’s miscreant stepbrother, Reeve, has gone missing in the nearby town of Tamarindo.

The last thing Cassidy needs is a risky adventure, especially one involving Reeve. The last time she saw him, a police officer was shoving him into a patrol car. However, Cassidy discovers that Reeve had called her on the night he was last seen. Had it been a desperate cry for help?

Driven by guilt, Cassidy vows to find Reeve, and embarks on a journey that will lead her into the underbelly of the Latin American surfing world. A place of deceit and darkness, of oppression and terror. Though what she learns about Reeve will surprise her, the journey comes at a terrible price, threatening everything she’s come to trust about herself, love, and her fiancé’s recent death.

With surf scenes from Costa Rica and Nicaragua’s best waves, Love in the Time of Surfing delivers a gripping and heartbreaking story about the lengths we are willing to go to save our family, and how the choices we make have the power to either redeem or destroy us.





About the Author

Author Amy Waeschle
Author Amy Waeschle
Amy Waeschle is the author of the surf travel memoir, Chasing Waves, A Surfer's Tale of Obsessive Wandering, and the novel Going Over the Falls. She earned a B.S. in Geology from the University of Washington and worked as a field instructor for the National Outdoor Leadership School in Lander, Wyoming, before becoming a writer. A failed attempt to learn to surf while on vacation in Mexico inspired her first story, and she’s been passionate about sharing her adventures ever since.

Amy likes to surf, run mountain trails, and spend time with her family. She loves to travel and has visited Fiji, Morocco, Portugal, Costa Rica, France, and Norway. She has lived in Sicily, Sun Valley, the Alaskan bush, and in the back of her 1996 Isuzu Trooper. Currently, Amy and her husband live in Poulsbo, Washington with their two daughters.


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