Joel Bennett has always known Serena Hayes as his sister’s gregarious best friend. In the three years since Lacey began college, Serena became a regular houseguest, but lately, she’s absent more than not. When Joel discovers she’s in an abusive relationship, protectiveness from within roars to life.
For so many authors, editing is the single scariest part of the publishing process. You've worked months, sometimes years on your book, and the thought of a stranger coming in and changing your words, your vision, is terrifying! So, ask questions! Know what to expect. It will make the entire process that much easier.
Photo by eberhard grossgasteiger on Pexels.com I was raised in California and didn’t get to experience a Colorado Rocky Mountain summer till I was a wife and mother of two toddlers. We were living in Illinois at that time and decided to do our first summer road/camping trip with the wee ones in tow. My [...]
Photo by Maria Lindsey on Pexels.com “I can’t wait to be a father.” A declaration my son has made more than once. His mindset makes my heart happy—not because I’m in a rush for him to have kids, but it shows a healthy attitude amongst a society where single mothers are common place, because dads [...]
Twelve-year-old Carabelle can’t wait to spend the summer with her best friend, Gracie, swimming all day and watching movies all night. While Carabelle’s single mom works, the pair of BFFs dive into their adventures. But when a tragic accident tears Carabelle from her home and everyone she loves, she no longer knows where she belongs. [...]
I've seen a lot of discussions lately, both publicly and in private groups, about book reviews. And the same few questions keep resurfacing... Is a reader obligated to leave a review? Is a reader obligated to leave only a positive review?Should an author read their reviews?Is it okay for an author to publicly share a [...]