Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Blog Tour | It's a Wonderful Death by Sarah J. Schmitt

It's a Wonderful Death
Release Date: 10/2015
Sky Pony Press
320 pages

Summary from Goodreads:
Seventeen-year-old RJ always gets what she wants. So when her soul is accidentally collected by a distracted Grim Reaper, somebody in the afterlife better figure out a way to send her back from the dead or heads will roll. But in her quest for mortality, she becomes a pawn in a power struggle between an overzealous archangel and Death Himself. The tribunal presents her with two options: she can remain in the lobby, where souls wait to be processed, until her original lifeline expires, or she can replay three moments in her life in an effort to make choices that will result in a future deemed worthy of being saved. It sounds like a no-brainer. She’ll take a walk down memory lane. How hard can changing her future be?

But with each changing moment, RJ’s life begins to unravel, until this self-proclaimed queen bee is a social pariah. She begins to wonder if walking among the living is worth it if she has to spend the next sixty years as an outcast. Too quickly, RJ finds herself back in limbo, her time on Earth once again up for debate.

RJ is a snarky, unapologetic, almost unredeemable, very real girl. Her story is funny and moving, and teens will easily connect with her plight. Prepare to meet the Grim Reaper, who’s cuter than you’d expect; Hawaiian shirt–wearing Death Himself; Saint Peter (who likes to play Cornhole); and Al, the handler for the three-headed hound that guards the gates of Hell. This cast of characters accompanies RJ through her time in the afterlife and will do their best to gently shove her in the right direction. 

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Early Praise for It's A Wonderful Death
"Fun, Funny and Full of Life" - Kirkus Review

"A snarky joyride of a book with a deep moral core; long after you've finished laughing, you'll still be thinking about RJ's journey and perhaps asking yourself: What defines a life well lived?" - Mike Mullin, author of Ashfall

"It's a Wonderful Death is a wonderful gem.  Both snarky and uplifting, it sneaks inside you and makes you smile and cry at the same time."
-Sarah Beth Durst, award-winning author of Vessel and Drink, Slay, Love  

"It's A Wonderful Death is a great mix of mirth, myth and metaphysics; I enjoyed it greatly and I'm certain that YA readers will as well."
 - Daniel Waters, author of Generation Dead

"Mean Girls meets A Christmas Carol! Smart, sassy, and humorously original with clever world-building and a host of interesting characters, It's a Wonderful Death will have you laughing out loud and rooting for RJ from the first page!"
- Amalie Howard, best-selling author of Bloodspell

"Just the kind of story I love -- full of snark, heart, and contemplation about the meaning of life! It's a Wonderful Death will get you thinking about what you want to leave behind and how you want to live until then."
- Kristen Lippert-Martin, author of Tabula Rasa

"RJ's witty narrative had me both laughing out loud and weeping into the pages. It's a Wonderful Death is a delightful read that questions the butterfly effect of choices made...and unmade."
- Danielle L. Jensen, author of Stolen Songbird

“You know a story’s going to be good when Death shows up as a surfer! I loved every bit of this funny and heartwarming tale of second chances.”
-Lisa Maxwell, author of Sweet Unrest

Dear Reader,

Like any debut author, the idea that someone, a perfect stranger, will read this book and love it is amazing. But if you are reading this and plan on picking up a copy of IAWD, I think I might be your biggest fan! No, seriously. Get out your Sharpie and get ready to sign because I want your autograph! I’ll wait.

Okay, you’re taking too long. I really have to get this letter to my editor so it can show up in your book or else there’s this whole time-space continuum issue that comes into play. As you will see when you read It’s A Wonderful Death, that can get tricky.

One of the most common questions I’m asked is where I got the inspiration to write IAWD. The short answer is: I was tired of rejection. The long answer: As much as I would love to say this book was an overnight success and I wrote the flawless manuscript in 23 days, that would be a lie. (The 23 days part is true, but the flawless detail, totally false. It took almost a year of revision to get it almost right.)

As for the overnight success, well that’s a story in itself.

My first book was written when I was fresh out of graduate school. And it was bad. I actually wrote the last chapter and had all the characters in a bus that went flying off a cliff to their fiery demise. Even in my writer infancy, I knew the characters were two-dimensional at best. That book resides in a manila envelope in the back of a file cabinet, locked in a steel vault beneath the earth. I couldn’t even burn it because I was afraid the smoke would produce a toxic plume that would destroy the world. But I learned something from that book. I learned how not to write characters.

Book number two was a fun one to write. It was full of insta-love and werewolves and shapeshifters and bad guys who were out to destroy the good guys because they wanted power. I know what you’re thinking: how did that one not get published? Well, it might have had something to do with the fact that, while the characters were pretty good, the main character was a super sweet, doe eyed duckling turned swan and the love interest was a brooding loner in a leather jacket. I pretty much embraced the cliché and then spewed forth another 300 pages. But there was one character who stole every scene she was in. She was strong, confident, fatally flawed and the character that wielded snark like a light saber. From this book I learned  the kind of characters I love to write.

Book number three is a victim of timing. It was your classic virus destroys the world and oh no, how will society manage to survive setup. While I am a huge fan of these types of books, I was about a year too late. But during the revision process, I played a game with my character. Every time I got to a scene that was fairly predictable, I gave her the choice to play it safe or amp up the tension. The best scenes were the ones where she went rogue. From this book I knew I wanted to write books where my characters took the road less traveled. I also learned to forget what was trendy and write the story I wanted to tell.

The result of these never-to-be-mentioned-again manuscripts is that they made it possible to write It’s A Wonderful Death. A story that will keep you laughing right up to the second you need to reach for a tissue. A book that will show that no matter how imperfect a character is, there is always the possibility of redemption. And one that will inspire you to find your own dream and go for it. Because there is nothing cooler than seeing your dream happening in front of your eyes.

You should know… you’re part of mine. Have you found that pen yet?

Happy reading!

About the Author
Sarah J. Schmitt is a K-8 school librarian and Youth Service Professional for Teens at a public library who, in addition to planning a variety of events, enjoys opening up the world of books to reluctant readers. She runs a teen writing program that combines Skype visits from well-known authors and screenwriters and critique group style feedback.

Prior to immersing herself in the world of the written word, Sarah earned her Masters of Science in Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs from Indiana University where she worked with first year college students as they acclimated to college life. Sarah lives outside of Indianapolis with her husband, two kidlets and a cat who might actually be a secret agent. She is an active member of SCBWI, ALA and the Indiana Library Federation and is a regular participant at the Midwest Writer's Workshop. Her debut novel, IT'S A WONDERFUL DEATH, comes out Fall 2015 from Sky Pony Press.

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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Book Review | All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

All the Bright PlacesAll the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

*Spoiler Alert

The book is incredible! Violet and Finch are amazing characters, and I love the way the story flowed from their meeting, to their friendship, to their love story, while we learned about each of them as individuals, each with their own silent struggle.

I had a feeling it was going to end the way it did, and I hated that, but I understand it was a huge part of the entire story line. The fact that his family didn't see it coming, nor where they even worried when he faded out again really pissed me off. I wonder, "Are there really people out there who just don't see this, of their family and friends who are struggling?! How could they not?" And I wonder why the people suffering feel they have to cope alone, and are too ashamed to admit they have a problem and ask for help.

But the story of their wandering, and what it meant to Violet at the end, was remarkable. This is a book that's going to stay with me for a long time.

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Monday, September 28, 2015

Blog Tour | The Protector Project by Jenna Lincoln

The Protector Project

Release Date: 6/15/15
Boroughs Publishing Group

Summary from Goodreads:

Teen soldier Mara de la Luz is about to find out what makes her so special that some would kidnap and kill her—and others, willingly die for her. 


Mara is a 16-year-old soldier who’s spent years fighting a war that’s lasted generations. Wide-eyed children, some just turned thirteen, rarely survive their first fights despite her best efforts to train and lead them. What she thinks she wants is to uncover the root causes of the war between the Protectors and the masked Gaishan, maybe find a way to end it. But what she really wants is a future—for herself and the others—beyond the battlefield. 

Then she’s injured in combat, and when an enemy fighter not only heals her wounds but reveals his face, she sees the promise of all she desires. This cunning teen Gaishan has answers to her questions, but first she must commit treason and travel beyond the boundaries of her world. She must brave a place where everything rests on the point of a blade: her loyalties, her friends, her heart.

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Excerpt – the two leads, Mara and Dalin, meet for the first time
Agony disrupted Mara’s ability to maintain her energy shield. Dizzy and nauseated, she pulled off her helmet and tried not to vomit. With one hand she soothed her horse, with her other hand she pressed hard on the gash. Hot blood trickled into her boot.
            A Gaishan stepped out from the trees. Its hand came down next to hers, brushing Mara’s fingers and the wound.
“Don’t touch me!” she yelled.
The figure pulled off the Gaishan mask revealing a human face, young and male. His smile was grim, “Mara, you were out of position.”
Mara’s breath stopped. She stared into the Gaishan’s silver gray eyes, felt the tremor of magic cross from his fingers into the torn flesh of her leg. The air shimmered and shrank, enclosing them. He was light haired and tall, not much older than any of the Protectors. The pain eased and the burning tapered to a mild sting.
            “Your questions have answers. But you’re asking the wrong people,” he said.
She threw a punch at his mask-less face, but the Gaishan blocked it, trapping her hand.

His smile relaxed into a grin and he leaned closer. “One of the answers is, this isn’t your fight.” He slapped her horse on the rear, propelling them back to the field.

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Jenna Lincoln loves to read, write, and talk about reading and writing. She spent many happy years as a language arts teacher doing just those things. After dabbling in Firefly and Supernatural fan fiction,
Jenna got serious about building her own imaginary world, big enough to get lost in for a long, long time.

When she comes back to reality, Jenna enjoys her home in beautiful Colorado with her husband and two daughters.

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Sunday, September 27, 2015

Invisible Illness Awareness Week

Invisible Illness Awareness Week begins tomorrow. This event began in 2002 when Lisa Copen, founder of, noticed a lot of people who felt sick and tired all the time were also feeling completely misunderstood by society. They looked "normal" on the outside, but inside, they had an illness that limited what they could do, and made them feel, well, sick and tired.

There are so many different types of Invisible Illnesses: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, anxiety disorders, Chrone's Disease, epilepsy, and even heart defects. If someone has a disease on the inside, but an outsider would never know it just by looking, then that person has an Invisible Illness.

My readers know I have a congenital heart defect. It limits the amount of activity I can do, makes me feel tired all the time, and will be something I have to deal with for the rest of my life. Most days are good, but some are bad. And there are always medications to take, doctors to see, procedures to be done, and eventually, surgery.

Because of my heart defect, I understand what it's like having an invisible illness. There are so many...too many. And, as the name implies, most of them are not visible to the naked eye. So when someone with an invisible illness has to say, "I need a break," or, "I just can't do that right now," or, "I can't go out with you guys tonight," others wonder, "why not?"

That's what Invisible Illness Awareness Week is all about; to explain, "Why not?"

The event takes place across social media, on news stations, in photo campaigns, and on the Internet. Celebrities with invisible illnesses have come forward to tell their stories to make more of an impact on them. On August 2, put together a list of ten celebrities who deal with an invisible illness, including Selena Gomez, Miley Cyrus, Kim Kardashian, and Lady Gaga.

Dealing with any disease is hard and stressful. But when people don't take you seriously when you tell them you have a serious illness simply because you don't look like you do, that's even more stressful.

Join Invisible Illness Week and help put a face with the project. Together, we can educate people so that others won't have to suffer dealing with their invisible illnesses on their own.

Friday, September 25, 2015

Book Tour | Harmony Run Series by Sarah Elle Emm

About the Books:
Rare glimpses of birds are the only reminder of the freedoms Rain Hawkins once had. Now segregated into a mixed-race zone within the United Zones of the Authority, under tyrannical rule of President Nicks, Rain is forced to endure the bleak conditions set upon her. The possibility of a way out arises when Rain discovers an organized resistance called The Freedom Front, and learns that she, along with many other multi-racial people, has special abilities. Determined to overcome her situation, Rain sets out on a mission with the resistance that will fill her life with wonder, romance, and the undying hope for a better world.
Still enslaved in a mixed-race zone within the United Zones of the Authority, Rain Hawkins is part of a secret resistance preparing to take on the tyrannical President Nicks before plans to kill the mixed zones across UZTA are executed. When unsettling dreams and a mysterious voice begin to haunt the dark nights, Rain fears someone more powerful than she has discovered the resistance and their secret abilities. With a known Authority spy on her heels, and her boyfriend, Jabari, suddenly acting strange, Rain doesn't know who to trust and if the voices calling to her are friend or foe. As conditions across all of the zones get worse and the stakes rise, Rain embarks on a quest for answers that will put the people she cares about most in more danger or take them one step closer to the truth and their eventual freedom.

In the wake of an interrogation led by the UZTA's dictator, President Nicks, Rain Hawkins and her friends must deal with the consequences of their defiance as the countdown continues towards the execution of the mixed-zone citizens across the United Zones of The Authority. The Freedom Front faces new challenges as Rain's cousin, Calista, prepares for her impending relocation to the pure zone, and Rain sets out to solve the mystery surrounding her mother's torment while being followed by an officer of the Elizabeth Guard. As she uses her abilities to dodge The Authority and follows the strange clues from her dreams, Rain is determined to persevere, to secure the future she and Jabari have been fighting for, and to earn The Freedom Front's ultimate goal of liberation.
After two members of The Freedom Front are arrested and interrogated by the UZTA’s tyrannical President Nicks, Rain Hawkins and her friends face the alarming reality that their plans to liberate the mixed zones across the United Zones of The Authority might not come to fruition. While the resistance movement is growing outside the walls of the zones, the president’s forces are strengthening and putting citizens everywhere in more peril than ever. When Rain receives warnings that her cousin, Calista, has agreed to support plans to kill the mixed zones, and that her life could be on the line at the upcoming pure zone initiation ceremony, she must decide where her loyalties lie and if all of her allies can be trusted. As The Freedom Front use their abilities to unravel the mystery of the ceremony, The Authority captures some of their friends, forcing TFF to either go into hiding, or plan a rescue mission that could jeopardize everything they’ve been fighting for.
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How do you plan your series? Ahead of time, or one book at a time?

I love to plan, in theory, whether we are talking about what errands I have to run in a day or what I am making for dinner. And when it comes to writing, a stand-alone novel or a series, I plan also. That being said, I have learned a lot over the past few years about myself as a writer, and I know for a fact that no matter how hard I try to plan, the story will just take me off of “the plan” and go where it wants to go sometimes. This happens with dinner, too, by the way. I had such good intentions about dinner the other night, and well one thing led to another, (I had the sudden urge to write a poem and had to write for a minute…or twenty), and dinner ended up being a two minute preparation of cheese quesadillas for the kids and a gluten-free granola bar for myself. It happens. Fortunately, my kids have learned to roll with whatever happens when it comes to their writer mom, and they didn’t complain. They were even a little relieved they didn’t have to eat a vegetable or fruit with dinner. Can you believe it? So anyhow, I had the best of intentions when I sat down to write Prismatic, which I knew was going to be the first book in my series, the Harmony Run Series…

I started with the idea. Again, I didn’t plan it. I didn’t try to find it. It came to me in a dream when I fell asleep on the loveseat. I wrote down pages of notes with ideas at my kitchen table because that happened to be where the notebook and pen were that particular day. Then I thought about the story obsessively. I thought about the characters, where they were living, and what was going to happen to them to change their circumstances. This was a thorough brainstorming process, to say the least. I have a stack of papers an inch and a half tall that can verify it drained my brain of something. I just wrote it all down. Everything about who Rain Hawkins is, why she is the way she is, what happened to change her, what her name means, what makes her unique, my ideas for dinner that evening, ha ha ha.

After I had a general idea of themes, major plot points, and an endless list of possible details and ideas regarding the entire series, I focused specifically on book one. I decided on the starting point and the major events I wanted to happen in the first book. Still, I wasn’t positive about how I was going to get from point A to B to F for that matter. I just had an idea and a feeling I wanted to work with. So after putting down as much as I could with pen and paper, I opened up a fresh blank Word document and just went for it. It’s scary, right? The lack of organization and plan? Somehow, it works for me. I find that once I start typing the story, it pulls me into an adventure. As I was getting to know the characters and seeing how Rain and Daktari interacted with Zi, and anyone else they met, the story just poured out. When I did get stuck, which I did throughout the writing of the first draft, I just pulled out a fresh piece of paper, my favorite pen, (Pilot G-2s are so amazing), and started brainstorming possible solutions, scenarios, and tried to figure out what happened next.

The entire time I wrote Prismatic, I had a vague idea in the back of my mind of how far I wanted to take the first book because I knew that there would be more books in the series. I didn’t, however, know how many books total would be in the series. No matter how I tried to plan it and write down themes and plot points for each of the books, I wasn’t certain about the end total. I only knew how the story would end. I knew that from the very beginning. Before I was offered the publishing contract for book one, the publisher asked me if I would share with them how I intended to end the entire series, which I did without hesitation. I knew exactly how it would end. I just wasn’t certain how I was going to get there.

I was halfway through writing the second book in the Harmony Run Series, Opalescent, when I looked over my most recent brainstorming session and started smiling. It just hit me. I knew what had to happen in book three and book four. I remember calling my mom. I was so excited to have some answers. I told her it was going to be four books because I just knew Rain needed me to tell her story in four books. It was such a relief. I had a plan. Four books. And I realized I didn’t need to know what was going to happen every step of the way. Rain and her friends would tell me. My mom was relieved to receive that phone call as well. She’s my sounding board for everything I write, and I pester her continuously, with everything from problems in my life to being stuck in the middle of one of my stories.

An idea came to me a few years ago about another YA series, which so far, I’ve taken a notebook full of ideas and notes about. Lately, I’ve been trying to sort out the goals, themes, plot points, and setting, but I haven’t begun writing it yet. I know I’ll be ready for it eventually, but I have a feeling all of the plans I’ve been making in my notebook won’t really matter once I start writing. It’s kind of exciting, the not knowing where it could lead. Hopefully, I’ll be ready to write it soon. In the meantime, please don’t mention it to my mother. She might start declining my phone calls if she knows I am plotting another book series. And I’d like to handle that like I do my writing…one book, chapter, or day for that matter, at a time. Thanks so much for having me here today. I’d best get going. I should probably plan dinner…

About the Author:
Sarah Elle Emm is the author of the HARMONY RUN SERIES, a young-adult fantasy and dystopian series, released in May 2012 by Winter Goose Publishing. (PRISMATIC, May 2012, OPALESCENT, February 2013, CHATOYANT, September 2014, NACREOUS, August 2015) Her debut fiction novel, MARRYING MISSY, was published by Bird Brain Publishing in October 2011. Sarah is a graduate of The University of Evansville, she has lived and worked in Mexico, Germany, England, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and has traveled extensively beyond. Sarah lives in Naples, Florida with her family. When she’s not walking the plank of her daughters’ imaginary pirate ship or snapping photos of Southwest Florida scenery, she is writing.

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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Social Media Trends

Social media took off in 2004 when Mark Zuckerberg and Dustin Moskovitz launched Facebook from their Harvard dorm room. Since then, social media trends have skyrocketed, especially among teen users.

Over the last eleven years, social media has exploded. Teens post to several apps every day, particularly Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat. Twitter is still on the charts for where teens post, but it sits at number four. 

With the ability to connect your networks, it's also easy to post to multiple sites everyday. And with smartphone apps, it's easy to post throughout the day. You can take a picture of you and your friends at an event with Instagram, and then share that picture on Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr. You can post updates throughout the day on Facebook, and have them instantly tweeted too.

Social media sites are growing every day. It's easier to stay connected to everyone now more than ever. However, the connections aren't the same as face-to-face connections. So do yourself a favor: Turn off your smartphone for an hour or two everyday, and make a real connection with your friends and family. You'll be glad you did.

What is your favorite social media app? I love Facebook and Instagram! Be sure to follow me there.

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Monday, September 21, 2015

Book Tour | Wildfire by J.D.W.

Wildfire (Everealm #2)
by J.D.W.
Release Date: 9/1/15

Summary from Goodreads:

The journey through Everealm continues as new evil arrives, casting mayhem about the realm. While war and wildfire are causing disorder, Bree and Rowan find that assistance from the fairies isn't what they imagined. As Dagan and Sidonie seek answers to uncover the truth about her family and her magic, they are plagued with even more mystery to unveil. As the wildfire burns, who will be left standing in the ashes?

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Rowan chuckled to himself and finished off his bowl of beef and cabbage. He picked up a corn muffin, took a bite, and laughed again.


“You’re staring at her… Again.”

“No, I wasn’t,” Reeve said, averting his eyes. “I was just… How can you not stare at her? She’s a fairy! Just look at her!”

“I have looked at her.” I’ve seen more of her than you can imagine. Twice.

“I’m not crazy. And I’m not the only one who’s looking at her.”

Reeve wasn’t wrong. Any time Rhea came to the hall for a meal, both men and women would stop and stare at her. Seeing a fairy was a rare occurrence in the realm. And everyone was curious about her. But Rowan had a sneaking suspicion that Reeve was more than curious.

“I can introduce you to her,” he said, taking another bite.

The look on Reeve’s face was hilarious. He looked terrified and ready to hurl.

Rowan laughed. "Never mind.”

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Five Things I Love About Writing the Everealm Series

By: J.D. Wright

5. Romance! Each couple is different, which makes it so much fun to write about them. Dagan and Sidonie are more sensual of a couple, whereas Bree and Rowan are more of a childhood-friend-turned-lover romance. In Wildfire, we see a couple come together (in a surprising way!) in which both are true romantics (Awww…). I am thrilled to get to bring so many different people together in so many exciting ways!

4. Character Variety! I mean, come on! Queens, wizards, sorceresses, spies, faeries, princes, knights, and so many more. There are truly sadistic characters and then there are romantic characters. Some cause trouble with no sympathy for others and some are trying to atone for their mistakes. The variety of people running around in my head just amazes (and terrifies!) me.

3. Magic! Who wouldn’t want the ability to freeze someone in mid-air? Make a ball of fire just by imagining it? Or even simple things like changing the color of your hair or clothing whenever you felt like it? I try to balance out the magic and romance so that neither is more important than the other, which isn’t easy. The magic does become more prominent as the series goes on because a lot of problems that our characters face are because of or created by magic. For magical terminology, I draw a lot of inspiration from Latin words. For example: “disseptum” is a Latin word for barrier, etc. I have a lot of fun inventing magical phrases!

2. Clothing! Medieval clothing is so amazing! Am I right? And since my series is fantasy and not historical romance, I get to play around with the clothing. Take the Sabra attire, for example. Their leather and furs are a complete opposite from the royal gowns. It’s great to have the freedom to play with costuming. I even have a board on Pinterest where I pin awesome inspiration clothing, occasionally.

1. CASTLES, CASTLES, CASTLES! There is a reason why so many authors set their stories in the medieval-ish time period or with an Arthurian theme. There is something magical about knights in shining armor on their noble steeds, chivalry and majestic kingdoms. It really is a fantastic backdrop for a fantasy romance series. Toss in a little wizardry, a couple of villains, some humor, and a few steamy love scenes and I give you—Everealm! 

About the Author
Writing has always been a hobby of mine, beginning as a young child. It was a way to cope with losing my father at seven years of age. I started with poetry and was featured several times on the amazing poetry blog, Autumn Leaves, by Sondra Ball. My love for poetry soon led to writing songs in middle school and beyond, which I still do occasionally. Music has always been an important part of my existence, so writing songs came naturally to me. In high school, I started my own novel, however, life got in the way and I never finished it.

Fast forward many years later and I find myself married with three children, absorbed in my busy life with commitments to my family, work, school, church, and charities, among other things. One day I came across my old binder, with notes from my first novel, and it was with those notes that I conjured up the elusive Everealm.

I write to please readers such as myself, who have a love for fantasy and romance, but like a little danger and sex in their reading. I wrote the book with a mature audience in mind, who can appreciate a hearty imaginary world with magic and the unknown, but want more than fluffy love stories with wizards in them. They want the romance, magic, and danger, all wrapped into one.

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