Hot off the Press: The Watch Dog

By 11/08/2012 July 28th, 2016 Blog

Garrett “Rett” Baker has taken one too many wrong turns in life that slams him into a dead-end. He finds himself forced to return to his small town life in middle Tennessee where he left behind broken relationships and bad memories. With plans to leave as soon as he saves some cash, Garrett finds himself living in his deceased grandmother’s home.

Bittersweet memories come rushing back to Garrett, and the ghosts of his past begin to haunt him. The one thing from his childhood he keeps trying to find–his long gone mutt, Brownie, seems to be what is leading him to places he doesn’t want to go, and people he never wanted to see again.

This is a brief introduction to the forthcoming novel, “The Watch Dog” by Sandy Lo.

Sandy’s personal story is inspiring. She started, Starshine Magazine, an online publication in 2001, at the age of 18.  She wrote her first novel in 2009, “Lost In You,” followed by the “Dream Catchers” series. She was the first person ever to professionally interview Taylor Swift and has received personal endorsements for her books from members of boy bands Backstreet Boys and 98 Degrees. Recently, she has been seeing some tremendous momentum in book sales on Kindle — just in time for “The Watch Dog,” her 4th novel to be released on November 13th. She has been included on the “50 Writers You Should Be Reading” list by The Authors Show, and recently, both “Dream Catchers” and “Breaking The Moon” reached the Top 100 Best Selling Coming of Age novels in Amazon’s Kindle Store.

What makes this even more unique, is that Sandy relocated from NY to Nashville in order to write “The Watch Dog,” which is set in a fictional town outside of Music City. She has true dedication to her craft!

Sandy is available for interviews and copies of “The Watch Dog” are available for review.  If interested, contact leah@sinuatemedia.com.

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