And Book #3 is Almost Ready for iTunes!

Just a few hours, Stationers…in just a few hours Dying to Return will be up and live for you awesome Apple users that have been patiently waiting! I do hope you will ALL enjoy books 1 – 3 of the Station Series (so much so, that you can’t wait to run back to iTunes and leave a review, *wink*).

Sometime during the summer you should see book #4 on the list as well. *double wink*

Happy Reading!

Station Apple uploads



Dreams after you’ve died…


First kisses can never be repeated. The butterfly sensation in your stomach, the happy panic that teases your nerve endings, the wonder about what the taste and feel of the other person’s lips on yours will be like; none of it can be reproduced a second time. But kisses that reunite lovers are almost as good. There’s a promise in those kinds of kisses, a promise that the kiss is only the beginning, and that more will follow. Unlike the first kiss, there’s no doubt or fear, just love. And a promise of more to come.      – Piper Willow, Dying to Return

Dying to Forget, the first book of The Station series, is totally free. You can start it today by finding your preferred retailer HERE. You can also click directly on some of the links below. Piper Willow is hoping to meet you soon!


For those who love books but might not have the time to read as often as they’d like, Dying to Forget is also available in audio form via Audible. Though not completely free, the price is lower for those who already have the ebook (which IS free). Such a great way to listen and save money in the process!


*Suitable for mature teens and older, however, parents of younger teens are encouraged to read these titles before their children do in order to discuss some of the heavier subject matter.

Please don’t miss the last December Giveaway! You can win the entire Station series book, signed and delivered, for free!

Check out the Giveaway details here.

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A New Audio Book Release is Here

Dying to Return Audio

Piper Willow’s adventure in the afterlife continues as she struggles to discover who she is and what is expected of her. Faced with decisions that could change everything, she must weigh her desire to be with the ones she has come to love, or satisfy her curiosity and find out what lies beyond her world with someone new. What Piper experiences and the choices she makes could not only alter the delicate inner workings of the Station, but the delicate balance that Piper has managed to maintain inside herself. In the end, will it all be worth it?

– Click this AUDIBLE link for more info –

About the Narrator

Julia Farmer is a narrator and voice over artist in Chicago, IL, with an obsession for RPG video games and detective/espionage stories.  She’s also an experienced improv actor, having trained at Chicago’s famed Second City school and iO Theatre.  Outside of her narration work, you can hear her as the voice of Sarita in Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead: Season 2 video game.

About the Studio

Actors Audio is a division of Cerny/American Creative dedicated to producing audiobooks and audio drama. Actors Audio gives listeners a chance to hear quality books narrated by Chicago’s talented voice actors. They produced the award winning audio Bible “The Word of Promise” starring Jim Caviezel and Richard Dreyfuss, as  well as numerous “Twilight Zone” radio dramas.

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Crazy Busy Year for Audiobooks!

Last night I listened to the final chapter of the audio production of Dying to Return. I can’t believe how busy this year has been with audiobooks! But it’s all worth it – the more ways to read or listen to TMDBooks, the better – right? Right!

Don’t worry, Stationers – when Dying to Return is ready, y’all will be the first to know! Have a great weekend!

Thursday Throwback – Dying to Return

*Spoiler Alert for those who haven’t read the first two books of The Station Series*


“You have really upset them,” Rush laughs. We’ve circled the Station three times, strolling aimlessly in a figure eight as Rush allows me to take in the scenery and practice blocking out the murmur of the crowd, focusing on only a few people at a time. It’s not as easy as I thought it would be, and I agree with him that it’s smart we came to a Station full of strangers before returning to my own.

“Me?” I mock.

“You know you did. The whole place is brimming now with gossip of our arrival. Usually I tend to hide in the background. You know…blend in with the locals. Not on this visit,” he groans.

“Oh please, you know you love being the center of the universe.”

“Which universe do you speak of?” He feigns a shocked expression and I elbow him in the side.

All of them.”

With a snort, he doesn’t argue. Probably because I’m right. We’re making our way through a group of women with white hair who seem quite taken by Rush when a stabbing pain pulls at my temples. My stomach lurches and for a moment I think I might vomit. Not that anything is in there to come up.

“Piper, what’s wrong?” Rush asks, gripping my elbow with one hand to steady me.

“I don’t…I don’t know.”

The pain spreads along the back of my head like I’ve been struck with a mallet and the air stops in my lungs. The women with white hair shuffle away, afraid, leaving a gap between us and one other person. A young man.

“Holy shit,” he says to no one in particular.

With a final breath before I collapse to my knees onto the pearly floor, I mutter two words I never thought I’d say again, “Ryan Burke.”

The fourth book in The Station Series, DYING to KNOW, is coming soon!