Thursday, May 7, 2015

Blind Influence Blog Tour **Introducing Author, Linda Riesenberg Fisler**

Blind Influence Blog Tour 

**Introducing Author, Linda Riesenberg Fisler**


When Linda Riesenberg Fisler isn’t working on her next book she is painting in her studio or riding her Trek bicycle along the many bike trails of Ohio. The former Fortune 500 consumer products manager explores art through her worldwide Internet radio show, “Art Chats with Linda Fisler”. Linda has been creative since childhood, writing stories and scripts of movies and TV shows to entertain friends. She discovered oil painting in the 1990s and began trying to express words visually.
Writing Blind Influence helped Linda realize she had been blind to letting others run her life, so she began to transition to the more artistic life she has today. In addition to The Blind series of books, Linda has created a fantasy book based on her exploration of spirituality. She hopes readers will learn how to open their own eyes instead of blindly following the expectations of those around them.

Check out Linda's Top Ten Favorite Foods!

10.   Milky Way bars
9      Snickers bars
8      Babe Ruth bars
7      Rollos   (are you seeing a pattern  yet?)
6      M&Ms
5     Hershey's Dark Chocolate
4      Dove Milk or Dark Chocolate
3      Graeter's Double Chocolate Chip Ice Cream  (OMG—if you have never had this, shame on you!  HUGE chocolate chips and the creamiest ice cream ever made!  And I count it as calcium for my bones!)
2       Esther Price Chocolate Covered Cherries  (Fruit is good!)
1.      Esther Price Fudge Creams 

Chocolate is a food group, right?- Linda Riesenberg Fisler

Blind Influence

Successful, sexy attorney Nicole Charbonneau feels content with her life and career as a star at a powerful law firm in Washington, DC. She is blind, however, to the circumstances that will put her at the center of a web of deceit, murder, power plays and conspiracies. Across the ocean, British MI-6 Agent Sean Adkins is tracking a cold-blooded assassin known as the Serpent, who’s been hired to kill President Andrews. The Serpent cares only for the millions he’ll get, not why the powerful group of men wants Andrews killed.
The Serpent, a master of disguise, completes his job, but will it be his last? Sean will stop at nothing to get revenge, which includes setting a trap. Nicole, through her work and her connection with Robert Jenkins, a powerful young senator who happens to head the Intelligence Committee, pieces together who hired the assassin. Will the senator reveal to the public all he knows, or will revealing the identities of the powerful businessmen, politicians and government officials be too much for a country already in a fragile state?
Blind Influence, set in 1979 when the United States was on the brink of its second oil crisis, takes readers on a wild ride of political intrigue and personal discovery.

Are you ready for an exclusive teaser from Blind Influence? Check it out, and tell us what you think in the comments!
Then it started. The siren was the first thing to warn him something was wrong. The golden light turned dark. The bittersweet taste of adrenaline began in his mouth, and he swallowed, trying to quell it. A red flashing light accosted his eyes, and he could see himself running to his home—their home. He ran into the house, unable to catch his breath. He tried to wake himself from the nightmare. He didn’t want to live this again.

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