The fourth installment of The Station series is underway, and it has a title! But what is it?? Drop your guess below in a comment for a chance to win an ebook ARC of Station #4 the week before publication! Invite your friends to play, too! The title will be formally announced this Friday, as well as a winner randomly selected, so get guessing – you gotta play to win, y’all! 😀
What’s on your TBR list this month? Hopefully something fun to go with your summer breaks, be them weekends or vacation days! Don’t forget to sneak a TMDBook in there, if you need to catch up. *wink*
What’s on your schedule for July? Mine is SO full! Audio books in production, Station 4, editing and formatting for the Station books, print formatting and redesigning a cover. Phew…that’s a mouthful. But it can be done. Hope your month is a productive one, friends!
I have awesome readers, and yes, I’m totally bragging.
I had to copy and paste the reviews for Dying to Forget from this past week, because…well…they just rock! Enjoy. 🙂 And thank you to all who’ve read, reviewed and shared this story. You are AMAZEBALLS.
“Amazing. This was so much better then I could ever imagine! It’s heart wrenching, happy, exciting nd it makes you question a lot about life. Not to mention the way it leaves off!!! 1000000/10”
“A fresh perspective on teenage [pressures]. This book took a look at intense and difficult subjects like suicide, depression, and sexual assault and dissipate the painful subject matter, managed to make the optimistic in their ability to help others. Rather than trying to hide the trauma in the character’s lives, the author acknowledges it and tries to help the characters get passed the most difficult time of their life. It was well written and offered a fresh retrospective on what happens after death and how we all need support and second chances when dealing with trauma.”
“Dying to Forget. Different than anything I have ever read before. I really enjoyed. Did not want to put it down. Want to get back to reading.”
“Shockingly good. This is a really sad book I love it though I knew it would have a twist ending I can’t wait to read the next one.”
“Dying to Forget. Suicide is a taboo subject. This book was very well written. It gave a different point of view on suicide. It was captivating and I could not stop reading it.”
“Book one. Great book!! Very detailed. Also has very true life problems. Made me want to keep reading! Can’t wait for the next book.”
“Great read! I rarely buy books either on paper on my kindle but this one had me hooked. I got the first one free and the next two I paid for – gladly! Thanks for the great read!”
“Dying to Forget. This book was awesome, couldn’t put it down. Can’t wait for book two. Ready to follow the characters to a happy ending.”
Every once in awhile, I have to pinch myself to make sure my writing journey isn’t a dream. I have such an exceptional fan base that I had to call y’all out today, just to let you know I appreciate you. Each of you.
To the ones who give up their money to buy a book – thank you for giving the stories value.
To the ones who re-read a paragraph because they loved it – thank you for giving the words a voice of their own.
To the ones who laugh, cry or gasp at a scene – thank you for feeling the characters’ emotions.
To the ones who want to skip to the end to see how it ends – thank you for going back and reading it all.
To the ones who fall in love with a character – thank you for making the fictional world real, if only in your mind.
To the ones who loved the book so much they left a review – thank you for sharing your opinion.
To the ones who told a friend, ‘You have to read this!’ – thank you for spreading the word.
To the ones who have reached out to say ‘Hello’ and shared your stories – thank you for your time.
To the ones who are still here, six books and seven stories later – thank you, thank you, thank you for your support.
Thanks for reading. Always. HUGS