Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Ivy League Blog Tour Stop

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“Within a few months, everything changed for me, and as anyone could probably guess already, not for the better. Life, itself, began to fall apart...

But I guess that’s what happens when you become a teenage drug-dealer.”

Jamie Brewer has just gotten the one piece of mail he’s been waiting for his 
whole life: his college acceptance letter. But when a series of unfortunate events makes paying tuition to one of the most prestigious universities in the country practically impossible, Jamie makes a decision that will not only provide him with the cash he needs, but may also get him killed in the process…

Selling drugs starts out well for Jamie, but things quickly begin to spiral out of control: his best friend and girlfriend are weary of his career choice, a local police officer is determined to catch him in the act, and worst, his partner in crime, Gabe, may be more dangerous than anyone ever imagined.

What begins as fun and games is about to become much more serious, causing Jamie to question just how far he will go and who’s lives he will risk in order to become Ivy League

It seems lately Christina and I have stumbled across new authors every day. Whether we are introduced by friends, sharing the same love of books, or by pure coincidence. Christopher Waltz is no exception to that. Christina started talking to Christopher and mentioned to me that he had his own book out. Being me I went to check it out. Like most of you I wasn’t sure about it. By the cover and description it doesn’t seem like something I would typically read, but I thought why not. I mean if we didn’t give people a chance no matter what the books are about, we would all be a bunch of writers with no reader’s right? Well I’m glad I took the chance.

Ivy League is definitely worth the chance. I know I say to trust me a lot, but I stick by my word. We all have different tastes and though I like this book you might not but that’s ok. Christopher managed to write a book that is seriously packed with some hard choices, tough love, and major consequences. I have this problem were I have to listen to music when I write or read. It helps me understand the story more fully by having all my sense fully committed to what I’m focusing on.  Obviously through the synopsis you see that this book is going to be about drugs. So if you have an opinion on that, this book is probably not for you, however I encourage you to keep an open mind and take the chance.

Jaime, a high school senior who just found out he made it into his first choice College. As seniors we have these big dreams about going to our choice schools. Some of us make, some of us don’t. Well Jaime did but he didn’t look at the bigger picture. He focused on the applying process not so much on the paying for it if he got accepted. An easy thing to overlook, especially when you so worried if you’re going to get in or not. Surrounded by his best friend Airic and a few other people in his group of friends a comment is made when Jaime realizes he doesn’t have a way to pay for college.

“And look, if all else fails, you can always sell drugs.”

Granted it was said as a joke, but why not right? I mean that’s an easy way to make money and Jaime knew just who to go to. Resident bad boy Gabe. It doesn’t happen immediately. But Jaime thinks it over does research, and his deciding factor is when his parents announce the splitting of their family. Which begs the question would he have done it if his parents would have stayed together? Why not see if he could apply for financial aid late? So many other options that he could have looked into, that’s what you’re thinking right? And you might be right, but who at 18 thinks everything fully through? You see a possible solution to a problem and it’s not going to a permanent career right, so why not do it just until you get the money you need?

“A part of me wanted to strip my clothes off and dive into the pool of Jacksons, Grants, and Benjamins, letting the money was over my body like cleansing water.”

Well like everything, nothing is ever that easy. Jaime talks to Gabe and they start on this partnership endeavor. In the process Jaime and Airic’s friendship becomes strained. Kip, Jaime’s little brother, starts sticking his nose into his business, and then there’s Riley. Riley is a girl that Jaime has had a crush on for a while now. Just when things start looking up, Jaime’s making good money, the quote above is perfect. I don’t know about you but have you ever gotten paid a lot of money for the first time and all you wanted to do was through it in the air and let it fall all over you? Or throw it on the bed and roll in it because it’s your money and you can? No? Well I guess I’m like Jaime here, I’ve always wanted to do that, lol. On top of his money making gaining speed, he’s dating the girl of his dreams, but with the good comes the bad. The bad being in the form of Gabe. Gabe is becoming more than Jaime bargained for or more than he can frankly handle.

Every choice has their own sets of consequences. Something finally happens to push Jaime. What is it you ask, well I’m not going to tell you because you need to read this book. And just when you think, YES!, you are shocked beyond your imagination. You know something bad is going to happen, but when it does you’re like OMFG NO!  Intrigued, you should be. Like I said this book isn’t the typical YA romance you’re used to seeing us post on the blog, but this book is definitely worthy of its spot here.

One of the things you’ve noticed from the way I do my reviews is how I connect to the story. My connection to this story is high school. I wasn’t a drug-dealer or a user for that matter, but growing up where I did, running into a dealer or a user was more common than not. The neighborhood I lived in was notorious for it. Like Gabe there’s always that one person who thinks they are better, untouchable, yet every time they are proven wrong. So in the end like Christopher Waltz puts it so perfectly…

“One day we will all become monsters.”

Author Bio
Christopher Waltz was born in Indiana in 1987 and promptly began writing once leaving the womb. While this is a complete lie, Christopher did begin writing around age eight at which point he penned and illustrated a sequel to the film "Jumanji."

Since that time, Christopher has continued writing and obtained a degree in 
secondary education from Indiana University's School of Education. He currently works with a non-profit organization and writes, hoping to one day be a famous and influential author.

He has recently published his first novella, "Come as you are" on the Amazon Kindle Store and

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Be sure to check out Christopher's other book, Come as You Are. It's a novella and can be picked up HERE

Monday, July 22, 2013

Deviation Update

I was planning on getting Deviation out into the wonderful world of books on July 22, but I decided to wait. This time around I've had a really awesome person, Allura, edited Deviation for me and she did an AMAZING job. Seriously couldn't be were I'm at right now if it wasn't for her. I also decided to take on a few Beta readers that I didn't do for Entrelacen and so far the feedback has been awesome. I'm just waiting on a few more betas to get back to me and then do a final run through before I start the finishing touches. It looks like I'm going to be releasing on August 5! So not too much later than planned. I'm also doing a bog tour so if you are interested you can sign up HERE

I want to thank all of you have been incredibly awesome and have helped supported me in anyway, shape, or form. I'm really excited to get this book out there and into your hands.Thank you all for understanding! I want to put the best out there even if it means pushing my date back! Infinite XO's!

Monday, July 15, 2013

True Connection Blog Stop

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 'It's going to take a fight, I know that. But it's more than just a fight for my life. It's a fight for my soul and my soul mate.'

Jazzy Williams is not your average coffee-loving teen. She's struggling with her grief, her famous uncle’s fans, an overprotective big brother, and a depressed mother, all while trying to make friends at her new school. In the first week, she meets a gorgeous green-eyed hottie who turns out to be more than just some high school crush - he's more than human. And she unknowingly enrages a very dangerous breed of immortal who wants her soul or life as payment. With the help of supernatural friends and protectors, Jazzy thinks she's safe until what remains of her family is put in danger. Does Jazzy have what it takes to save her family, life, soul and soul mate, or will all be lost?

*Warning* Mature Content. This contains some profanity, mild sexual situations, innuendoes, and violence. Recommended for ages 17 and up, depending on maturity level.
True Connection is hard for me to review because I’m too afraid to give too much away and no one likes someone who spoils the book. Before True Connection was completely finished, I had the pleasure of chatting with Rachel beforehand. We would share snippets and help each other out however we could. Most of the time it was moral support. So when Rachel asked, or maybe it was more of me saying I want to beta True Connection, I absolutely fell in love with this story.

Jazzy’s character is real. She can be the girl standing next to you in line or sitting behind you in a movie theater. That’s what one of the many things I loved about Rachel’s book. Her characters are so real that you’ll find yourself looking for them. Back to Jazzy. Jazzy and her brother Henry have to move in with their uncle after an unfortunate accident. Doesn’t seem that bad right? Well it is when the new school you’ll be attending is the rivals to your old school. She just wants to lay low and graduate. Nothing’s that easy. Jazzy is gaining the attention from the star-quarterback, Derik. I don’t know about y’all but I never really cared for the attitude of the popular crowd. Now don’t get me wrong not all of them have that attitude were they think they are better than everyone, but the ones that did, yea don’t care! So Derik is a douche. You’ll have to figure out why though!

It doesn’t stop there though. Then she starts hearing something following her in the halls. What is it, a ghost maybe? Talk about a first day of school! But it gets better because a boy makes an appearance. An incredibly hot boy, but I’ll use Jazzy’s words

“The kind of guy that makes your eyes bug out, your mouth water, your heart beat of your chest, and your brain turn to mush.”

Yup, let me introduce you to Seth. I absolutely adore Seth. Seriously, he’s the boy you dream about. He’s sweet, charming, sexy as all hell, but he’s also protective, strong, and deadly. He’s not like the other boys you read about. He’s not a bad boy, well maybe he is, but not when it comes to Jazzy. You can feel their chemistry coming off the pages. You can feel Seth’s infatuation with her immediately but you can also tell that there’s something different about him too. Then there’s Skeeter! OMG love love love her. Seriously the girl is a riot and she says exactly what she’s feeling. She doesn’t hold back. Skeeter and Seth are close and take to Jazzy immediately. Why you ask? Well that’s another thing you’re going to have to read for yourself.

Now lets go back and talk about Henry a little. I love Henry. He’s super protective of Jazzy and just an all-around amazing brother. He actually reminds me of my older brother. Jazzy and Henry have a unique bond, some might think its crazy and might be threatened by it, but I absolutely love it. It works for them. They rely on each other like family should. But when Seth comes into the picture, it starts to strain their relationship. Henry meets a group of guys that are like massive. I love each and every one of them, but have to say Barry is hilarious. He makes life so interesting and he picks on Jazzy. Some might misconstrue the relationship between him and Jazzy for something more. It’s totally nothing more than a friendship, a brother-sister type love.

But nothing in life is easy right? Everyone has their own secrets. The thing is when those secrets are out in the open will everything be ok? When Jazzy’s life is threatened can a compromise be made between two groups to protect her? True Connection pushes the bar on paranormal. Rachel Walter creates a world within a world that you can completely immerse yourself in and get lost to the point of no return. A new take on soul mates that will leave you wanting more. And when the big climax takes place, talk about some serious action coming from all sides, not to mention some interesting new characters! If you haven’t picked this book up yet, you definitely need to get on that. So go grab it now!
<3 Dani

Author Bio
Rachel lives in Central Pennsylvania, is a stay at home mom, has a wonderful husband, total of 4 kids, 3 of which are step kids. She’s a true Pittsburgh Penguins and Steelers fan. She’s an insomniac that loves coffee, Johnny Depp movies and bonfires, dislikes driving on the interstate, bugs of any kind, and a too quiet house. When she’s not playing with the people inside her head, making her family think she belongs in the loony bin or writing, she enjoys spending time with her family, finding new music, new books, helping someone or plotting something equally crazy with her Critique Partners.
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Monday, July 8, 2013

To My Hero Blog Stop

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It would’ve been different if I had courage, even an ounce of it. But I was a coward from the day I met you, Ryan Crowley. I still am. In the end it doesn’t matter. The bottom line is the same. It’s my fault. 

When the unthinkable happens Carly Cavanough is left beaten, betrayed, and devastated. Her best friend doesn’t understand. Her parents won’t listen. Everyone in her life turns against her. She’s alone. Completely alone, except for Ryan Crowley, the boy she’s been crushing on for years. She won’t admit to him what she can’t admit to herself. But he understands without words. He knows more about what she’s going through than she can possibly imagine and he knows what it will take to start the healing. 

With Ryan’s help Carly begins to piece together the fragments of her once perfect life and embarks on a journey of love and healing, just long enough for the rug to be pulled out from under her again. Can she find the strength and will to pull herself together to save Ryan and herself when their lives are on the line?
I’ve been sitting here for weeks trying to figure out how to review this book. I’ve found it hardest to write a review about a book that touches home, that speaks to your soul. Not because the book is bad, quite the opposite actually. It’s hard because there’s so many emotions and feeling flowing through you that you don’t even know where to begin.

Danielle Sibarium is one of my favorite authors. I fell in love with Jordan Brewer from her book For Always, and like any diehard fan, I’ve read every book she’s published since I stumbled upon her. For Always was my favorite but it’s now tied with To My Hero. This isn’t a book for the fainthearted. It deals with a tough subject that people face EVERDAY but it goes unnoticed. It’s a subject some girls wouldn’t dare to bring up, because somehow we feel like it’s our fault. I say we because I’m in that category. Rape isn’t something that should be joked about and it saddens me to see the media and the world shy away from it. All because it’s not brought to the forefront, doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist or happen.

Trust me when I say it does happen and sometimes it’s the people you least expect it to come from. I applaud Danielle for tackling this subject, for doing the research and asking the questions. She wrote this book tastefully and accurately. It’s by far, in my opinion, the best book she’s written so far. So you’re probably wondering about the book by now right? Well here’s a little bit on it.

Carly likes this guy Ryan, but the time never seems right. When the chance arises she’s cut short by her parents and a guy is practically forced upon her to date. It’s expected with her family and the chance of her and Ryan diminish but the feelings never go away. Showing up late to the party has Carly’s lack of a better word, boyfriend angry and when he sees her talking to Ryan it doesn’t help the situation. By the time Ryan finds her it’s too late. The damage has been done, but where do you go from there. Is there somewhere to go? Ryan doesn’t give up and this is why I fell in love with him. He tries to help Carly as much as he can, but you can only go so far before giving up.
But Ryan’s ex-girlfriend is also playing a roll into the drama that’s trying to separate Ryan and Carly, but who’s really to blame? Her or Ryan? Trust is a big thing in relationships and without trust you don’t have that solid foundation. So can Carly trust Ryan? Can Ryan trust Carly? This book is an emotional roller coaster that will have you feeling each and every emotion to the maximum extent. It will have you crying in spots, hoping for the future and leave you extremely happy. Sometimes love conquers all and sometimes you just need to blog it out. 

I have a thing with reading. I like... no LOVE music and no matter what situation I'm in, I can always turn to music to help me get through it. Danielle's books always strike a cord in me and the song "Never Too Late" by Three Days Grace is one of many that remind me of Carly's struggle. I can hear Ryan singing it to her, because if we all face it.. it's Never Too Late.
<3 Dani

Author Bio:
Danielle Sibarium author of For Always and the Heart Waves Series grew up in Brooklyn, New York. Throughout her childhood, she transported herself into a fantasy world full of magic and wonder. Books were the gateway between her play world and reality. On any given summer afternoon she became Snow White sweeping and cooking for the dwarfs, or Cinderella waiting for the prince.

In 2004 Danielle won Honorable Mention in the Southern Heat contest. In 2007 she collaborated with Charlotte Doreen Small to write songs for her CD More. Danielle wrote the lyrics for Take My Hand, and Goodbye, while Charlotte contributed the melody.

Danielle graduated from Farleigh Dickinson University with honors, and currently lives in New Jersey with her husband and three children.

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Shades of the Stars Tour Stop

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This Legend of the Dreamer anthology features playlists, essays on the magical world of the Order, deleted scenes from Light of the Moon (Book 1), an author interview, and a special look at the sequel, Shadow of the Sun (Book 2). The pulse-pounding short stories The Witch's CurseThe Warrior's Code, and an exclusive story called The Enchanter's Fire are included for the first time in print.

In The Witch's Curse, Magda cannot stop her heart from running rampant with the beating drum of love. Whenever her eyes find Samuel, she can feel the pull of strings so vividly alive against her heart. But for Magda, love goes against fate; her destiny as a witch forbids her to need anything but the dark binds of magic. Soon, the witch's curse begins to call to Magda. To deny her love for Samuel would be unthinkable, but to defy her destiny would be impossible. Before the curse can consume her, Magda must decide between Samuel and destiny, and her heart may beat too savagely for anyone to stop. 
In The Warrior's Code, Warriors fight for justice, freedom, and peace. Becoming a Warrior is an honor given to few, and twelve-year-olds Zackery Solts and Kate Black will do anything to have a place among the elite. Zack and Kate must compete against eighteen others and pass three deadly tests of courage and skill. Above all, they must be strong because while the dangers of the tests are unknown, one thing is clear: not everyone will survive.

In The Enchanter's Fire, Lily Woods is a girl on fire. Literally. Her element burns as fierce as her heart, and very few enchanters want to get close to a girl with such radiant power. None except for Shane Spencer, a boy as calm and cool as his icy element. But fire and ice don't mix, and the element Lily burns inside her is growing stronger. Unstoppable. Soon, Lily's fire may be the end of them all. Taking place during the final, pulse-pounding moments of Light of the MoonThe Enchanter's Fire burns with action and romance.
 This is probably going to be a really long review and I'm not sorry because well, this book is awesome! Shades of the Stars is an anthology, so its a compilation of short stories and some of David James' essays. I'm going to review each short story, because he deserves that.

The Witch’s Curse

"I have to believe in love."-Magda

So here's the thing that I love most about David James... No matter what words he chooses to speak they all make you feel. They all make your heart break a little more when something sad happens, when a choice has to be made. But the most amazing thing is, no matter what the words say there's always and underlying meaning. I wasn't sure I was going to read this book, not because I didn't want to, but because it's a Novella and they usually always leaving me wanting to know more. However I did want to know more about Magda and Samuel, but I was satisfied with what was told. Do I have questions or wonders? Of course but isn't that what makes a good book, good? Not knowing everything leaves something to the imagination, though David's imagination is amazing, I like to leave it up to my own to fill in the day to day's with Magda and Samuel.

"We are the same, Magda. You are my star, and I am yours." -Samuel

I fell in love with Calum in Light of the Moon, even Kate held a place close to my heart.. being honest I didn't care much for Magda. After reading The Witch's Curse made me understand her a whole lot more. Have I mentioned that I cried? Yea well I am a huge sap when it comes to characters in books. I form this bond somehow with all the character's I read about and when something sad happens to them I feel it to my core. That's what makes a great writer though. If they can convey the feelings to you, the reader, than they did their job. 

"Our love is infinite."-Samuel

So David James congratulations on achieving something some people only dream of. You are able to convey to your readers what your characters are feeling and that's what makes you an amazing force in the world of literature. I can't wait to read what you write next. 

I have to admit I highlighted so much in this Novella. lol. So many phrases spoke to me, touched me, but one of the best one's I have to say that hit home to me was this one:

"How can this world be all there is, Samuel? The sky is so vast, so infinite in darkness at night. How can there be nothing beyond what we can see?"-Magda

Sometimes we forget the possibilities of more than us being here. What if David is right? What if the stars hold the secret to something much more vast than we can comprehend? What if we are all just shells of something much bigger and greater? Maybe thats the message or lesson we have to learn. We are all but single stars shinning in a vast sky, but when we come together form constellations that mean so much more as a group, united.

The Warrior’s Code

We only met Zack briefly in The Light of the Moon but there was something about him that stuck with me. I was thrilled when David James said he would be writing a short novella about him and his journey. I won’t dive into it because it is a novella and I tend to get carried away, but I will say I cannot wait for Shadow of the Sun. For more than one reason.

One of the things that I love about David is the way he writes. Its beauty at its finest. It’s the reason we love to read, to get lost in the world of fantasy. It’s the way he describes things for example,

“Her smile lit up her face and I found myself reminded that she was pretty in the same way a hurricane was; dangerous and deadly beautiful.”

It’s the imagery that keeps you rooted to your spot. He has a way to captivate you with his words and leave you playing out the story in your mind. It’s truly amazing. I was captivated from the first page and didn’t stop until it was finished. Now I’m left wanting more. I want to know more about Zak and Kate. The undefined relationship but you know there’s more to it than what is said, not romantically, but definitely more than either of them will admit. The need to be accepted into a home, into a family, to be part of something greater.

There’s also a moment when Zack is looking at Marcus, if you’ve read Light of the Moon, you know who Marcus is, makes me wonder if he should have trusted what he was seeing. So what happens when a Warrior is tested? What are these tests? So what happens when you become a Warrior?

“Death was mine to take—life was finally mine to live.”

The Enchanter’s Fire

*sigh* Yes I just started with that. One of the things I absolutely love about David James is the way he writes. He somehow has a way of making the bad sound beautiful. An image can be brought up to forefront of your mind by the magnificent description David provides. Not only can you picture the words unfolding in front of you like a movie reel, but you can feel it. You can feel the fire burning inside from the way he describes love or pain.

Lily is a fire wielder but she hasn’t learn to control it. Falling in love with another fire wielder to have him break her heart is something we can all relate to on some level. Granted we can’t wield fire but it doesn’t distract from the emotional connection we can all form from it. This is why no matter what, I would read David’s books. It’s because he can make you feel a million emotions in a short story, have the words so vivid it’s like you are watching it on a screen. It’s lyrical in its own way that it sets it aside from everything else I’ve read. It’s absolutely stunning, and its just not one of his books, they all are like that.

"Sometimes you have to think with your heart and act before you can understand what you're doing. Sometimes we all need a little help when it comes to love." -Zack

Shades of the Stars combines so much love, strength, and diversity into one book that there's no way you can't feel something. It brings emotions you never thought possible up to the surface, it connects you to events that have happened in your life, and changes a piece of you even if you don't realize it at first. That's what makes a good book, what makes an amazing writer, the fact that they can pull you into their story and you get lost. David James definitely knows how to do that and these short stories are no exception to that. So go grab this book, yes book, because it's too beautiful not to have sitting on your shelf.

<3 Dani

Author BIO
David James writes books about stars and kisses and curses. He is the author of the YA novel, LIGHT OF THE MOON, the first book in the Legend of the Dreamer duet, as well as the companion novellas, THE WITCH'S CURSE and THE WARRIOR’S CODE. A Legend of the Dreamer anthology, SHADES OF THE STARS, will be released in July 2013, and will include the exclusive novella, THE ENCHANTER'S FIRE. The final book in the duet, SHADOW OF THE SUN, will be released in late 2013. Living in Michigan, he is addicted to coffee, gummy things, and sarcastic comments. He enjoys bad movies, goofy moments, and shivery nights. Be sure to visit David’s blog and facebook to learn more about his various addictions and novels.

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Cover Reveal- Helen Boswell

by Helen Boswell

So lets start off with a couple of teasers... I mean you want those right?  Of course you do!!

I don't know about you, but I cannot wait to get my hands on this book... well maybe its Micah that I want to get my hands on!

Ok so enough about me and how much I would love for Micah to fly in and pick me up... 

Here is the awesome cover for Mythology: The Wicked!!

*insert fangirling* 

Cover by B Design
Original images by Shannon Eberhard/James Stamos

(Mythology #2)
Book Description

A demon with a pure heart, Micah Condie lives his life by a code of ethics, but breaking that code may be the only way for him to survive. A supernatural entity in her own right, Hope Gentry would do anything in her power to protect her loved ones, but she may be the one who puts them in peril.

When the Demon Impiorum challenges the laws that keep guardians and demons in balance, ancient enforcers of justice intervene. Micah, Hope, and their mentor Jonathan become entangled in a conspiracy that will test even the deepest love and trust.

Someone will commit an act of betrayal. Someone will forever abandon a loved one.

Someone will enter THE WICKED.

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MYTHOLOGY (Mythology #1)
Book Description

Hope Gentry doesn’t believe in Fate. Born with an unusual power to see the dark memories of those around her, Hope just wants to be a normal teenager. But on the first day of her senior year of high school, she finds herself irresistibly drawn to a transfer student named Micah Condie. At first glance, Micah seems like a boy that most girls would dream about. But when Hope's powers allow her to discover Micah's darkest secret, she quickly becomes entangled in the lives of mythical entities she never dreamed existed. Was this her destiny all along? And will her powers help her survive the evil of the Demon Impiorum?

Mythology isn’t just for English class anymore.


Helen was a complete bookworm from the time she could sound out the words on the page. She’ll always be thankful for her mom allowing her to read at the kitchen table during mealtimes. Reading naturally led to writing by the time she was eight or nine – she started with fantasy stories, dabbled in contemporary fiction, and even tried a little romance. MYTHOLOGY is an urban fantasy/love story and in that way reflects some of her earliest writing interests. 

Things that inspire Helen to write are bowls of ice cream with lots of Magic Shell, the lack of cats or other things she’s allergic to in the vicinity, and plugging into playlists with her Neff headphones – the knit ones with the bear’s ears.


Teaser Tuesday

Hey Everyone!! I hope you all have had a fabulous week so far! I'm still trying to get back into the normal routine after having a few days off to enjoy the awesomeness that came from being at UTOPYA CON in Nashville this past weekend. Amazing, meeting authors that I look up to and making new friends, was the perfect weekend. But today is Teaser Tuesday and it's been a while since I've done a teaser from Deviation, so I decided it was time. As of right now Deviation is supposed to release on July 22, 2013 but I might be pushing that back. I'm not sure just yet, but I want to make sure its absolutely perfect before I release it. I've learned a lot since releasing Entrelacen and  I don't want to make the same mistakes with Deviation. If that means pushing back my release date, then that's what I'm going to have to do. I apologize to those of you who are wanting it in your hands already, and thank you for your support. Okay enough of that... here is your teaser. (Subject to change) I hope you like it!

“No, Angel. Obviously I don’t see that. You want to know what I see every time I look in the mirror?” He nods his head, his is jaw clenched and I can literally feel the anger rolling off of him in waves. “When I look in the mirror, all that I see is a broken girl. I see a girl who survived when she should have died, a girl who was bounced around from one foster home to another and told she was just a filthy bitch who would only be good for sex. I see a girl whose dreams died a long time ago and the only thing that keeping me alive right now is drugs and booze.
Happy now? Do you feel better now that you know the truth? Maybe instead of trying to find me you should’ve just stayed clear of me. Maybe death is the only direction left for me to take? Maybe I don’t want you to try and save me.”
I’m so pissed off that my body is actually vibrating with anger. The need to punch something is so great that, it’s exactly what I do. I punch the damn door with so much force that I hear a crack. Angel heard it too and is trying to grab my hand before I punch the door again. I’m so mad that I don’t feel any pain yet. I know I should be crying, collapsing to the floor and writhing in pain, but I’m not. Instead, I’m pulling hands away from Angel and reach into my backpack for what I need.  I pop 2 dream pills and chase them down with some Vodka.
Angel isn’t looking too happy with me right now. I’m sitting on the floor waiting for everything to take effect while he paces back and forth in front of me. He’s pissed off now but I’m not anymore since my little cocktail is finally taking affect. I try to stand up but I fall down. I sigh loudly and Angel, who’s scowling at me, helps me up
“Are you going to let me help you now?” he says, clenching his teeth in anger. It doesn’t faze me, “Whatever Angel, I don’t need your help but, since I can’t exactly drive my bike safely right now, do you mind if I just crash on your couch?” I reply without emotion since I seriously don’t care.

“Umm, no you can’t sleep on the couch. You can go sleep room I got ready for you."