It's hard to believe that I've been blogging for a little over 4 years, and have since published a book and come up with many other novel ideas. As an avid reader, I love sharing my love of reading with other people.
To celebrate this year's blogoversary (today, don't listen to the Blogoversary button in the side; it's not working), I will be giving away a slew of great books (total worth=$378.31), with one winner per book. The first winner picked gets first dibs on their prize, the second chooses from what's left over, etc, etc.
Sound fun? Enter below.
P.S. Here are more links related to some of the books I'm giving away:
Seeing as Fire of Stars and Dragons is one of my favorite novels, I was so excited when I heard about Fallen Son, Darkest Night—the prequel story of Dante's past. If you haven't already read FOSAD, here's what you need to know about him before reading FSDN. He's a powerful demigod. He's handsome. And while he's very refined in FOSAD, he used to be a terror on Earth.
And what did I think of this darker side of the blue-eyed beauty?
I LOVED it! Because I love him, and know you will too.
So what are you waiting for? Go read it now!
I cannot praise this book enough. Before I read All Lined Up, I thought the Losing It series was the best NA series in the world. And don't get me wrong, it's still my Top 2, but the Rusk University novels have taken the #1 spot. As you can see, Cora Carmack is still my favorite NA author.
I loved Carson and Dallas' story, and while they're not the focus of All Broke Down, they are still in the picture. I thought I would miss them too much to enjoy Silas and Dylan' story, but I was WRONG. And thank God for that. Dylan reminded me more of myself, so that may have to do with it. That, and Silas is just as delicious as Carson was—different, but just as sexy.
The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated ~ Mark Twain
While the above quote is true, last week, I had such a bad migraine (that still hasn't gone away), that I was unable to do anything and may as well have been 6 feet under. I am starting to get better (not really, but I'm back in school now) and am trying not to be crushed by the amount of homework, college applications, and internship responsibilities all while trying to stick with the Go Teen Writers 4th 100 for 100 challenge (see blog sidebar).
Anyway, an update on Book 2: After finishing the 7th draft (5 rewrites and 2 revisions) I handed Tears of an Angel off to my editor and am still waiting to work more on that. In the meantime, I have started working on Book 3: The Witch's War (book 3 in The Belgrave Legacy).
While I was stuck in my many headache and medicine-induced rests, I kept dreaming scenes for some of my Fearful Fairytale novels too, but was unable to write most of them down because focusing on anything for more than 5 seconds hurt.
So, that sounds like a lot of bad news, right?
Well, it is. Kind of. All that time bedridden gave my imagination free reign and once I have lots of time to write after college applications are done, I'll be on fire and will hopefully be more productive than I have been in the past few months.
That's it for now. Will check in soon. While you're waiting, check out the My Novels page and see what my crazy brain is cooking up.
I'm a self-published author— because being a college student wasn't hard enough! I write YA multi-genre fiction for young adults or the young at heart. I love This Is Us, NCIS, BBC's Sherlock,
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