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DYING to FORGET, The Station Series for only $0.99!

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Dying to Remember is on SALE!

For only a few days, the second book of The Station series is on sale for only $0.99!! So hurry over to Amazon or B&N and grab up your copy while you can! Be sure to share this news with your friends if they’ve not yet read the book. Thanks, all!

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Release Day Party for ‘DYING to RETURN’

The anticipated release of the 3rd Station book is almost here!

To celebrate, a party will be held online right here on the blog…

You won’t even have to leave the comfort of your computer chair to participate.

Be sure to come back to see what we will be up to next Friday…

And don’t forget to grab your copy of ‘DYING to RETURN’ on June 28th! 😀

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Release Day for ‘Dying to Remember’ is finally here!!!

The next installment in The Station Series by Amazon Bestselling Author, Trish Marie Dawson, takes readers on another lively journey through the after-life adventures of eighteen year old Piper Willow.

Piper has new challenges to overcome, new names to learn and is faced with a new Station occupation. Did she make the right choice – choosing to stay at the Station and become a Volunteer? Does she really want answers to the questions that never leave her mind? How did the Station come to be? What lies beyond? Who is Andurush and what, exactly, does he want with Piper?

She must ask herself once again if she has what it takes…but this time it isn’t about saving lives, it’s about discovering what lies beyond death. Would you want to know?

 

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A taste of ‘Dying to Remember‘…

If I thought the exceedingly happy mood that has me perched atop my favorite velvet throne would last very long I’m mistaken after I enter the Ones building. Niles is standing near the counter talking to Laney. I know the moment I see him that he is there to give me news about my volunteering status. Poof goes my throne.

“Hey, Piper. You really are a popular girl today,” says Laney with a tight smile.

“I guess so,” I try and laugh but it sounds more like a vocal seizure.

“Piper, I came to collect you,” Niles says, all business.

“Collect me?” I try and laugh again, but the sound is simply unpleasant so I snap my mouth shut to avoid any more verbal diarrhea, and nod a goodbye at Laney while moving back outside with Niles.

I allow my eyes a few seconds to readjust to the brightness around us. He places an arm loosely around my shoulders as we begin walking and says in a comforting tone, “Before I tell you where we are going and who we will be speaking with, I need you to understand you aren’t in trouble. You’ve done nothing wrong, okay dear?”

I don’t trust my voice so I only nod.

“I’m taking you to see the Mentors and…” he pauses to glance around us, and only when he seems satisfied that no one is close enough to hear, he continues, “…and the Keeper.”

I don’t know what this means. The look on my face must further establish my confusion but Niles only nods and continues to usher me around the fountain, which is currently teeming with teens of all ages, until we reach the Staff building.

Finally, just as Niles opens the door in front of us, I find my voice, “What’s the Keeper?”

“I can’t tell you, but you will see, don’t worry, dear. Remember, you aren’t in trouble, okay?”

We walk down the empty hallway and go through a door into a room that looks nothing like the one where Mallory and I met for the first time in person. This staff room is shaped more like an oval, with no corners on the walls and there are no tables or chairs. The center of the floor dips down a good two feet, creating a sort of recessed bench that matches the curved shape of the room. This is where the Mentor’s sit in a circle. I get over my intimidation of them instantly as my eyes widen at the sight of the other person sitting with them. A man at least a good foot taller than anyone else stands and nods at me. His clothes appear to be all white but it’s hard to tell at first, because the man is glowing.

 

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The Next Big Thing Blog Hop

My lovely writing buddy, Kristie Haigwood contacted me and asked if I’d like to take part in this thing called ‘THE NEXT BIG THING’. Thanks, Kristie! It is designed to raise awareness of our work, or work in progress. We do that by answering ten questions about it. We graciously thank the person who nominated us, and tag five other authors whose work could well be that NEXT BIG THING.

 

So how about we get started!

 

Q#1: What is the title of your book?

‘Dying to Remember’ is the 2nd book of The Station series.

Q#2: Where did the idea for the book come from?

Oohhh…all my best ideas start from dreams that then morph into my lives in some way.

Q#3: What genre does your book fall under?

‘Dying to Remember’ is a Young Adult Fiction borderlining on Fantasy.

Q#4: Which actors would you choose to play your characters in a movie rendition?

I’ll pick the two main characters. Give it a few more years and Elle Fanning would make a great Piper Willow. And Sloan could be none other than Alex Pettyfer…with dark hair.

Q#5: What is the one sentence sypnopsis for the book?

The next installment in The Station Series by Amazon Bestselling Author, Trish Marie Dawson, takes readers on another lively journey through the after-life adventures of eighteen year old Piper Willow, who has new challenges to overcome, new names to learn and is faced with a new Station occupation.

Q#6: Will your book be self-published or represented by an agency?

Self-published but this does not mean I’ve done it all alone, that is far from the truth.

Q#7: How long did it take you to write the first draft of your manuscript?

Hmmm. This book took me about three months, but probably two months of writing time, as I did an anthology short in the middle of working on this project.

Q#8: What other books would you compare this story to, in your genre?

I have no clue. And I hope that’s a good thing.

Q#9: Who or what inspired you to write this book?

My Aunt Teresa. She died July of 2011 and I still miss her very much.

Q#10: What else about the book might pique the readers’ interest?

Well, even though it IS Young Adult, there is enough fantasy in this book to keep readers asking questions. Especially about what lies beyond death. Do any of us truly know what happens after we die? I want readers to sit back after experiencing this story and go, “Huh…” and just ponder on that for a bit.

 

I’d like to pass the torch to five deserving authors, and let them tell you all about their work. Their posts will bear the same title and will be live on or around November 28th. Here they are:

Tessa Stokes

Steffany Martin

Jessica Bradshaw

Samantha Truesdale