The Song Begins: DUET stories Volume I - Adult Version


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What are DUET stories?

A DUET is defined as a “contribution for two voices." It involves harmony and melody, progression and passion, give and take, growth and development and, most importantly, love.

In a similar manner, DUET stories are a series of novels that entertain, inform and enlighten. They delve into the dynamics of attraction, love, spiritual connection, purpose and promise through the lens of music, humor and intimacy.

DUET stories are fiction, yet they are also “truth.”

The forces that draw people together. And sometimes keep them apart.

DUET stories:
Lose yourself in the fiction…
…Find yourself in the truth.

DUET stories are available in both Adults-only and PG-rated versions of the novels. (This is the Adults-only version of DUET stories Volume I: The Song Begins.)


In DUET stories Volume I: The Song Begins, you’ll explore: How do you know if a relationship is “meant to be?”

There is so much excitement, passion and uncertainty at the beginning of a relationship. “Is he ‘the one?’” “Is she into me?” “What's he thinking?” “What does she want?” “Am I screwing this up?” “Is this going somewhere?” “Why hasn't he....?” “Why won't she...?”

In this first installment of Brownell Landrum’s smart-sexy-fun-spiritual novels in the DUET stories series, follow Paige and Griffin’s journey from the moment they first meet, and decide for yourself.

“This is absolutely amazing . . . seriously. I’ve never read a manuscript that is so powerful, exciting, intriguing. You have crafted an amazingly well written book, solid psychological nuances, beneficial information – you teach and you entertain. I can easily describe it as a page turner.”
- Dr. Tim Morrison, Bestselling Author and Professional Writing Coach


DUET stories: Lose yourself in the fiction… find yourself in the truth.

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Twitter: @DUETstories
And follow Brownell on Twitter at @Brownelllandrum

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