Dying to Return by Trish Marie Dawson(a review)

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Dying to Return by Trish Marie Dawson Dying to Return by Trish Marie Dawson

Dying to Return(The Station, Book 3), Trish Marie Dawson

Amazon eBook Edition(2016)

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5 Stars

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Intended audience: Bookworms, book reviewers, suicide survivors, teens, young adults, librarians, Trish Marie Dawson fans

This book was delicious, sincere, enlightening and whatever good and wise adjective you can come up with. I really have been enjoying the Station Series by Trish Marie Dawson this summer and feel I have learned a great deal.

After Piper Willow dies, she finds herself at the station as a Volunteer, helping the living by inhabiting their consciousness and encouraging them to make the right decisions.

In the midst of her helping, she finds out she has an interesting gift as a Seer and by the end of Book 2, she leaves Sloan and Niles to go with the dangerously beautiful Andurush, to receive training and also…

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Interview With Trish Marie Dawson

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It’s Ya Summer continues now with the wonderful, talented author, Trish Marie Dawson! Author of The Station Series. Book 4: Dying to Know is currently out.

I am so blessed she agreed to do this. Thanks, Trish!

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The Write Web:Hi, Trish! It is so nice to finally pick your brain about The Trish Marie Dawson CollageStation series and writing in general. It is such an interesting novel dealing with romance and the afterlife, and so much more- where did the concept originate?

Trish Marie Dawson:Hi Erica, thanks for having me! Working on the Station books have been quite an adventure to write; I’m happy you’ve enjoyed Piper’s story so far.

Most of my books start from a combination of strange dreams and life experiences, and the same is true for the first Station book, Dying to Forget.

TWW: What really grabbed my attention is the very first chapter when Piper…

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For the Find Me Fans…

A crack pierced the quiet of the woods, and inside the trees a startled pair of birds took to flight. My elbows groaned in noisy protest as I pushed myself upright, scanning the trees for intruders. “What was that?”

The top of Jin’s faux-fur lined boots peeked out from under the faded denim of his snow-damp jeans as his squat turned into a kneel. He pivoted, pointing to his right where a cluster of trees were still shaking off white dust from their overloaded branches.

“Frozen branch must have fallen.”

A pain in my ankle flared with heat as I crawled rather ungraciously into a stand, swallowing enough cold air to crystallize my lungs. “Right. A frozen branch. Sure. Let’s go back inside.”

Jin, who stood with zero urgency, laughed softly. “So, it takes the trees to get you out of the cold?”

“Not the trees,” I corrected. “Just what’s hiding inside them.”

– Riley, Find Me 4, © Trish Marie Dawson

Hello August. Let’s do this.

Do you have a To-Do list for August? I do. In my head. Where it’s going to collect dust if I don’t write it down…so here it is in super rough draft form…

  1. Release Print version of ‘Dying to Know’
  2. Mail out print copies of ‘Dying to Know’ to winners
  3. Proof through the Find Me series. Again.
  4. Reformat FM ebooks. Again.
  5. Begin writing FM 4: research, research, research
  6. Hire narrators for remaining audio titles
  7. Continue writing FM 4: drama, drama, drama
  8. Begin research for next project
  9. Say goodbye to summer: school starts in 3 weeks
  10. Purge house in preparation for new school year
  11. Become a full time teacher again: homeschooling never stops
  12. Continue writing FM 4: tears, tears, tears
  13. Consider shopping for publishing agent
  14. Find an awesome local bookstore to sell my books
  15. Research upcoming local author/writing/publishing events

It’s a long list – for me – and some of these things are definitely out of my comfort zone, but hey, progress. Here’s to a productive August for us all!

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