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Ready to Party?



Guess what? Okay, so you probably had no problem guessing thanks to the giant banner, but humor me.

We’re having a party!

In order to celebrate the release of book 3 and book 4 in the Bound Together Series, a wonderful friend of mine is hosting an awesome release party over on Facebook. There will be games, giveaways, and awesome people to interact with. So you should definitely be there!

It’s going to be held on March 15th 2016 at 8:00 pm est. And it’s held worldwide, so you can join in the fun if you live in New Jersey, California, the middle of the South Pacific, or even some little known country with spotty internet (as long as you can connect to Facebook!). And the best part? You don’t even have to leave your house. Which obviously means, you can come dressed in your best party dress, your pajamas, or even nothing at all. Just please don’t share photos if you go the last route. I wouldn’t want Facebook to get pissy with us.

So if you have nothing better to do that night, or even if you do, come join us for some great fun and the chance to win some cool prizes. Check out the party page over on Facebook to see what it’s all about and to join up if you’d like.

You can see what all the excitement is about here.

Book 3 Releases

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The release of this book is bittersweet. On one hand, it was over a year in the making, so it’s great to finally share it with the world. On the other, it took that long because part-way in, my daughter died.

This is what I was writing when she left us.

She was the biggest pain in the ass when I was writing. She would stand behind me, peering over my shoulder, commenting, or complaining, about everything I wrote. Or she would lay on the couch, (only about ten feet from my desk) and talk to me every time I had a good thought to write. She was an endless distraction.

But I would give anything to have her back.

For nine months, I couldn’t write. Couldn’t hardly even go into my office. But then slowly, I started going back, and eventually, I was able to finish this book. It was one of the hardest thingsĀ I’ve ever had to do, other than lose my daughter.

She would have liked Dex. I know he would have been her favorite character. Hopefully, I’ve done him justice and you will all feel the same. I mean, he’s not as awesome as Alexander, but he’s a close second.