Book 6 has a title!!! Since I'm about halfway through writing book 6, I decided to reveal the title and blurb. The title is Slay the Demon and the blurb is below. It is already up on goodreads so you can add it to your TBR list. I do not have a publishing date in mind yet, but I am looking at early 2017.
In 2003, the unthinkable happened- a mass shooting at the local high school. The events of that day will cast a long shadow over the small town of Briar Wall. Kimberly Wilson, one of the surviving victims of that mass shooting, will forever be changed from that one event. She decides to start her own organization, Slay the Demon, to help other victims of mass shootings deal with their inner demons.
In 2016, on the thirteenth anniversary, history repeats itself and another shooter will throw the town back in the shadows. This time instead of the high school, the shooter’s target is the elementary school. Matthew Oliver felt relief when he saw that Maggie was okay. He quickly realized that Maggie was only physically okay. Mentally, she was still trapped with the shooter. He will have to learn how to trust someone’s treatment of his daughter.
Together, Kimberly and Matt will work to unlock Maggie’s mind and free her from the terror of that morning. As they come closer to helping Maggie, lines will be blurred and crossed. Is their attraction passing or will it lead to more?
My pinterest board for Savannah is now unlocked since Savannah is Live on all platforms.
Book 6 is moving along. I expect to publish it in early 2017. It will be a modern romance. I will be releasing the title and blurb in the coming weeks.
Don't forget to get your copy of Savannah today! All links should be up and ready. If you want a paperback from me comment below. I will be placing an order in the coming days. Don't forget to leave your review once you finish Savannah.
Look what I got in the mail!!!! I love it! Huge thanks to Christina Malone for her amazing cover work and to TCB Editing for their inside work. 3 more days!!
One week from today Savannah will be live. Here is a small scene to tide you over until then.
“Do you hate us that much?” his mother cried.
“No,” Phillip replied as he buttoned the last button on his jacket
“Then why did you join the Confederate Army?” his father asked. “Everyone in town is asking your mother and I what is wrong.”
“Nothing is wrong,” Phillip said, turning around to face his parents, “this is my decision.”
“I can’t believe you joined the enemy,” his father remarked. “You fought to end slavery, and now you are joining the fight to keep it.”
“That’s not the reason I joined the Confederate Army,” Phillip said as he gathered his things.
“Grace is probably rolling over in her grave right now,” his mother said.
“If Grace was alive, you won’t even think about fighting,” his father said.
“But she’s not alive,” Phillip whispered. “She died.”
“But if she wouldn’t have…” his mother started.
“Grace is dead!” Phillip yelled glancing back at his parents. “I joined the Confederate Army and you will just have to deal with it.”
“I’ll cut you off,” his father warned.
“Do what you have to,” Phillip said. “My company is heading out, so I need to go.”
“I can’t believe you’re leaving let alone, fighting,” his mother cried. “Promise me, you will come home.”
“Mother, I’m going to war,” Phillip said. “There is a good chance, I won’t make it back.”
“Please try,” his mother begged.
“I’ll try,” he promised.
He hugged his parents before leaving the house. He didn’t tell them that he hoped he didn’t come home. It would cause his mother more worry and he couldn’t hurt her like that. He hoped his parents would understand one day why he couldn’t stay here. The day Grace died was the day his world ended. He’d been walking around in a haze and this war would provide him with an escape route.
This war would not be easy and would last longer than anyone predicted, but he was okay with it. He needed a distraction from Grace.
I published my first book on August 27, 2013 and now I am currently working on my new book.