The Anonymous Source Launch Party Invite

Launch Party!

The Anonymous Source evokes comparisons to John Grisham’s finest—The Firm and The Pelican Brief…with a touch of All The President’s Men…A high stakes, explosive debut novel from a talented new writer sure to do damage to the best-seller lists.”

–Robert Dugoni, #1 Amazon and New York Times Bestselling  Author of My Sister’s Grave

“From the smoky streets of New York to Hawaiian paradise, Fuller’s story takes us into the minds of a reporter, a grieving woman, and a killer—daring us not to turn the page. As a reporter, I relished the chase. As a reader, I can’t wait for more.”

–Julia Park Tracey, author of Veronika Layne Gets the Scoop

Many Thanks to My Facebook Launch Team

I have heard many times that writing and publishing a book is a collaborative process. And I learned just how true that is over the last few months as I worked with my editor, cover designer, proofreader, book manager, and others at my publisher to complete The Anonymous Source. I’ve also been assisted by a…


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Cover Reveal–The Anonymous Source (June 2015)

“The Anonymous Source evokes comparisons to John Grisham’s finest – The Firm and The Pelican Brief, with a touch of All the President’s Men…An explosive debut novel from a talented new writer sure to do damage to the best-seller lists.”  –Robert Dugoni, #1 Amazon and New York Times Bestselling Author of My Sister’s Grave Want to hear when…


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My Next Free Class: One Year, One Book

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***Help Wanted***

Join My Facebook Launch Team As many of you know, my novel—a media thriller with depth—will be released in mid-June. It’s called The Anonymous Source. I’m looking for people who are interested in joining a social marketing team dedicated to providing feedback and helping spread the word about the book. Here’s what you’ll get: A…


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