Monthly Archives: August 2011

Lockers are sure Not what they use to be….

     I remember the old metal rusty smell of my locker. There was some writing in the back that had been scribbled out by a black permanent marker. Normally if the janitor had seen fit to scribble it out then there were curse words involved. The “Jan Luvs Joe” stuff didn’t usually get covered up. It was innocent enough. I had a few pictures of my boyfriend and me taped to the inside of …

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Teaser Tuesday

I read “Between the Lines” by Tammara Webber this past weekend and loved it! Thought I would give you a little teaser since I am currently rereading the Twilight series and I know no one needs a teaser from those 😉From Reid’s POV: “A quarter after one, and I haven’t seen Emma in a few minutes. I’ve been keeping track of where she is all night, covertly. The one time we made eye contact, she …

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Breathe Gets a New Cover

Breathe was released in it’s digital format on May 17, 2011 by Wild Child Publishing. Very soon it will be available in print. You can pick it up and smell it if you want to!!! Okay, so maybe not everyone likes to smell books but I happen to love it. If only my Kindle was scratch and sniff *sigh*Anyway, the print copy of Breathe will have an awesome new cover which will be released soon. …

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What’s Not to Love?!

         The day Breathe was released massive butterflies partied in my stomach, all day. I’ve already described how scared I was in a previous post. Putting myself out there to be “reviewed” by the world was terrifying. Letting others read my work is still difficult. As a writer, I want people to like me. I want them to like my work, although they aren’t always going to. Confidence isn’t something I have …

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My Coastal Bookstore Exploration Down 30A & a GIVEAWAY!

Yesterday, I had a really tough day. I mean it was grueling… HA! That’s a lie. Actually, yesterday ranked right up there with one of the best days I’ve had this summer. The hubby and I got away for a little overnight trip and spent an entire day visiting small independent bookstores along the coastal scenic highway 30A corridor. We began our trip in one of my favorite places, Seaside, Florida. Other than the fact you can …

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