Monthly Archives: August 2012

Because of Low- chapter one

Chapter One Marcus        Moving back home sucked. Everything about this town reminded me of why the hell I’d wanted to get away. I had a life in Tuscaloosa and I needed that life to escape. Here, I was Marcus Hardy. No matter where I went people knew me. They knew my family. And now… they were talking about my family. Which is why I had come home. Leaving my sister and mother …

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Win a signed copy of While It Lasts

I am giving away the first signed copy of While It Lasts along with a signed While It Lasts poster. To enter your name in the drawing copy  this: Read the Prologue to WHILE IT LASTS https://www.abbiglines.com/2012/08/while-it-lasts-prologue.html @abbiglines and Tweet it and/or Facebook it. If you Facebook it be sure to tag me on it so I can put your name in the drawing. I will be drawing a name on Thursday August 16. It is …

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While It Lasts – Bonus Scene

Eva             Opening the last drawer in my dresser, I found the picture of my Senior Prom tucked away. I’d been unable to look at Josh’s smiling face after I’d lost him. I picked it up and sank down on the box full of my books beside me. I’d known coming in here and packing everything up was going to be difficult. I had a lifetime of memories in this room.              “He really does …

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Cage York BEFORE While It lasts

Here is  Cage York from Marcus Hardy’s POV in Because of Low        “Donʼt look now but Cage is headed this way,” Dewayne muttered, jerking me back to the present. Iʼd gotten lost in my thoughts. Since Dad had informed me of how incredibly wrong Iʼd been about Willow, Iʼd done nothing but replay every awful word Iʼd said to her. I searched the crowd until I found Cage walking our way. He …

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While It Lasts – the Prologue

The Prologue to While It Lasts Prologue “Your Mom brought me the letter today.” The pain in my chest was so sharp I had to fight to keep from bending over and screaming. “I read every last word. Several times.” The autumn wind caressed my face but wasn’t enough to dry my tears. The tears were endless. Never ceasing. Swallowing hard, I forced myself to continue. I needed him to hear me. “It isn’t fair …

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