New Cover Reveal!

If you’re signed up for the TMDBooks newsletter then you got a sneak peek at the new Madness cover yesterday! If this is your first time seeing the new cover, let me know what you think! I love it!

For fans of The Bitten anthology, you’ve already entered the Madness world, but if you’ve not had the pleasure of reading that fun collection, I’m releasing Madness independently with the potential of making it a serial. This means if you like the short story – tell me! I’d love to expand this world. 🙂

Pre-order for Madness will be up by the end of the week, and a newsletter and social media blast will be put out for you so you don’t miss the release date. Feel free to share the cover online with the hashtags: #TMDBooks and #TMDBooksMadness.

I hope you all are having a fantastic September!

– Trish


Madness

They called him the Night Bleeder…and his hunger is stronger than ever.

Detective Capalbo’s most disturbing Cold Case is about to heat up. He’s lost his guy once before. He can’t afford to lose him again.

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*Cover by Elizabeth Mackey Graphic Design

Check Out the New TMDBooks Cover!

Yay! It’s time to show off FM4 – I do hope you like the new look of the series, and find the 4th book as beautiful as I do! Many thanks to Elizabeth Mackey Graphic Design for her work on the rebrand. Please scroll down to take a peek at the new book and enjoy a snippet. Want to chat without others who love the Find Me series? Join the FB Event party for the cover reveal over HERE and check out the FM4 Giveaway! Happy Monday!


 

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I wanted him to stop talking. To just close his mouth and forget everything he was going to say so I didn’t have to hear the words. He could tuck it away into the back of his mind, I knew he could, because I’d done that with so many things already. But, as if playing a cruel joke on me, he wouldn’t shut up. It’s like he couldn’t.

At one point, I tuned him out, because it began to replay in my mind. I didn’t need his account of my first feverish night in his care, and the sordid tale of my abduction and torture through raging fits of insanity, because I was the one who had lived through the real thing. I was the one who had gone wild. Turned savage, like a caged animal freed after a lifetime of abuse and neglect. I was the one who wandered off into the woods, running away from the ghosts of the dead and the living. Running until I collapsed not far from Jin’s doorstep. He took me in, nursed me back to health, and shared his wisdom, though he didn’t realize it. He’d become a friend.

I felt myself fall backwards, hitting the snow-covered rail with my lower back, and I wondered, for just a moment, if I could fly. Would it be so terrible to die? To let go of the anger, the hate, to accept the pain as it was, a never-ending storm of doubt and grief. I could do it, I thought. To be with my kids again, wherever they were, I could do anything.

But the drawl of Jin’s calming voice pulled me forward, back to the cabin porch we stood shivering on. Back to the frozen pines, and the secrets hidden in the rings of their cores. Away from the jar and its contents. I couldn’t be angry at him, not for repeating my own words, so I did all I could. I let some of it go, some of that grief and pain that so desperately wanted to ruin the good that was left in me. I passed it on to the breeze, and let it drift down the valley with the fading sun. Because I didn’t want to carry it any more.

For the first time since the night he found me in the woods, I let Jin hold me. The two of us couldn’t change what had happened, and we couldn’t prevent the next storm from coming, but our hearts were still beating. We were alive. As we held each other under the first twinkling stars of the early evening, I reminded myself that life hurt because it was worth living; the best things in life were always worth fighting for. Through all the pain and loss, there was also love and friendship. And despite what I’d been through, I still had a family somewhere out there, searching for me. I refused to lose them too.

– © Trish Marie Dawson, Where Hope is Lost, Book 4 of the Find Me Series


 

THE FIND ME SERIES

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Guess What’s Happening on Monday?!

You’ve heard me refer to it as ‘Book 4 of the Find Me series’ and ‘FM4’ for weeks now.

You’ve read the snippets.

You’ve seen the Find Me rebrand.

Are you ready for the name AND the face of the next book? Be here on Monday for the big Cover Reveal of FM4. One more weekend till you can see it. One more weekend till I can share it with the world. *falls over from anticipation*

See you Monday!

A New Look, Before the New Book

Book 4 of the FIND ME Series is coming soon…only a handful of scenes remain to be written, and then the fun stuff like editing and formatting (totally joking about that fun part lol) begin! But first, the series has undergone a bit of a transformation. I Hope You Find Me has a new interior (updated content and look, thanks to Vellum), and the entire series has a new look (which will start updating on the website and across all sales platforms after today). BONUS – did you know that ALL of these titles are currently on SALE from FREE to 99c? YES! Go catch yourself up! 😉

So, enough talking about it – want to see? Check out the beautimus new covers by Elizabeth Mackey Graphic Design below!

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SO! What do you think of the new look?! Let me know in a comment below!

 

 

 

 

New Release Alert – Visions of the Fall

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Hey, guess what? I have a New Release for you! Most of you know by now that I’ve been working on rebranding the Find Me series, which includes an updated interior and a whole new look. No, this isn’t for Find Me #4, not yet. But the timing works out wonderfully, because the new and revised version of ‘I Hope You Find Me’ is out now in a whopper anthology collection released by Paper Gold Publishing.

Let me introduce you to Visions of the Fall. OMGOSH, is it beautimus.

Over one million words of dystopian and post-apocalyptic goodness for a ridiculously affordable price. I hope you grab yourself a copy, even if you’ve read IHYFM, because there are some awesome authors involved in this collaboration, plus, you’ll be the FIRST to get the revised version of book 1 of the Find Me series (don’t forget, book 4 is on its way). I mean, you’re scoring here. Big time. 😉 Get your Kindles ready, readers!

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This box set includes a mix of already released and totally new novels and novellas, all complete works. Those books which are part of a series can be enjoyed fully without the need to read the complete series (though there is a chance you might develop story-addiction issues—for that, we apologize).

VISIONS OF THE FALL is a magnificent collection of dystopian and apocalyptic books, some full-length novels, some short enough to read in one sitting, each one exhilarating and compelling. 15 apocalyptic worlds to explore, 15 thrilling adventures, 15 dysfunctional realms for you to conquer. The perfect companion for late nights on the sofa, the perfect gift to those who enjoy a good read. Add it to your favorite kindle with one click now.

THIS BOX SET INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING TITLES:

Remotely Unplugged — Andrea Perno
I hope You Find Me — Trish Marie Dawson
Christmas Past — Julie Elizabeth Powell
Outside — Shalini Boland
Allusive Aftershock — Susan Griscom
Heaven — Julie Elizabeth Powell
Rendered — Samantha Jacobey
Retained — Samantha Jacobey
The Tin of Honey — Holly Barbo
The Spiral Arm episode 1 — Peter Boland
The Blemished — Sarah Dalton
Nightwind’s Shadow — Cherime MacFarlane
We Are The Few — Miranda Stork
The Tube Riders: Underground — Chris Ward
The World According To Want — Julie Elizabeth Powell

Available Today On Amazon – Click Here