Cover Reveal: The Wedding Bouquet By Sharon C. Williams

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Aloha, lovelies.

I’ve a little goodie for you all today.

I’m so excited to share this wonderful cover with you all for Sharon C. Williams’ upcoming release, The Wedding Bouquet.

This story is only to be available as an ebook. I think you’ll all enjoy it just as much as I do.

Without further ado, here’s the cover! Continue reading

Author Interview – V. Saewod Tice

The Chronicles of 2020 cover Hi, V. Saewod Tice. Thank you for allowing me the honor of featuring you on my blog today. We’re pleased to have you here.

Hello!  Thanks for having me, and call me Saewod. (Pronounced – say-wood)

 

Would you like to introduce yourself to us?

Saewod is actually my real name (middle name, but all family and close friends call me by this name).  Since it’s such an unusual name – more like ‘my mom picked it during an acid trip’ (I kid) – I decided to use it in my Y/A writing.

 

How long have you been writing?

While I’ve always written in journals and created short stories and poems from childhood through my teen years, it was honestly only about three years ago that I really let myself write a full fledge story.  And it was through Fan Fiction, believe it or not.

My husband pushed that I was good enough to write without hiding behind someone else’s characters, but it wasn’t until some real life stuff that I finally listened to him and did it.  Now he’s happily making me eat the words I’d always responded with, ‘My writing is far from good enough to get noticed on its own’.  That’s right, open mouth and insert foot.

So, it’s been a little over a year since I was shoved – lovingly – into developing my own characters and building the world around them.

 

We’d love to know a little more about your book. What is its title and what genre does it pertain to?

Amongst the Ruins is a dystopian young adult novel which is the first book in The Chronicles of 2020 series. Continue reading

Buy 1, Get 2 Free

Stuck Book Cover Stuck has been officially released. You can find it up now on Smashwords, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.

With it’s release, I’m offering the following promotion. From now until the 15th of October, all those who purchase a copy of Stuck, be it via Smashwords, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble, will receive a free copy of Closure and Compromise of the Soul.

All people need to do once once they’ve purchased a copy of Stuck is to email me a copy of their purchase receipt to LizzieBeth1095@sbcglobal.net, and I’ll email them the free copies of each book. Don’t forget to specify what format you’d like to receive the free copies in, either Kindle or Nook. If there are those of you who have both a Kindle and Nook, let me know and I’ll forward you both formats of each free book so that you can read it on either reader. Continue reading

Compromise of the Soul Cover

So I spent the better part of yesterday dilly-dallying. I shouldn’t have, but I admit it. Ironically, it felt great to take a little break from writing since I’ve been doing a lot of it lately.

I also spent some time messing around making some digital art. One of the things that I was working on was a cover for the short story that I wrote recently titled ‘Compromise of the Soul’. Continue reading

Compromise Of The Soul

Compromise of the Soul Mini Book Cover Hiya, guys and gals. I’ve been diligently working on my piece for #SaturdayStory and have finally finished what I’ve been working on. I think this can, and I think I will, expand it into a full-blown novel. I rather like where my muse was going with this.

And since it’s his birthday today, and he sort of inspired another of my works, I will dedicate today’s piece to the delicious, and very sweet, Ben Barnes. Happy Birthday to you, Ben! ❤

So without further ado, I present to you my #SaturdayStory, Compromise of the Soul. I hope you all enjoy what I’ve written. Continue reading

The Pain Of Her Existence

The Pain Of Her Existence

Tears streak her cheeks,
as she lies across her bed.
Her soul is slowly breaking.
Her wrists stained thick with red.

She feels her life is hopeless.
Unwilling to go on.
Alone and afraid,
she feels that hope is truly gone. Continue reading

A Storm Came By

book hand monitor Last night, I meant to log off of the internet to work some more on my manuscript. I somehow got deviated from doing so due to the phone ringing. Mom had called to see how I was doing. When she calls, I can’t ignore it. Well, most times, anyway.

I remember hanging up the phone and sitting back down in front of the PC with the intention of continuing to write when all of the sudden the lights go out. Next thing you know, family from downstairs start running outside. You would think that with the way everyone was running around that the world was going to end. Ironically enough, that’s what the scene outside of my window appeared to be like for several minutes. Continue reading