Want to read Blackbriar Cove?

When I first started out, the Indie scene worked hand-in-hand with the book blog community. It was a blast for me since I loved to read and write in equal measure. I loved the ability to read and immediately reach my new favorite authors like Melissa Wright, Colleen Hoover, and Derrolyn Anderson through Goodreads.  Before the oversaturation and drama, these blogs and social spaces were about sharing our love for books. Time changes things, of course. Like most things that start with lovely or pure intention, a lot of folks were soured by the messes that followed. To those of you who were there, you know what I’m talking about. I didn’t want to rehash the past today, but to ask if you remember how much fun we used to have?

Unlike most authors who pushed hard with their newsletters, I stuck with my blog. And while my free time is not what it was ten years ago, I’m still writing and I’m still here. To those of you who were forced or chose to quit, I know I’m not the only one who misses you! But I understand. We’ve all had to evolve I suppose, but it means so much to know many of you have also endured. Life probably won’t get easier, but we still have our nook on the net to share our first loves.

Last year I wrote and published the sequel to Silver Hollow.  After years of struggling with ads (the competition is insane for those, btw), I decided to come back to the book blogger world to share Blackbriar Cove. Lola’s Blog Tours hosts not only fantasy but novels from your favorite genres. Earlier this year, I partnered with the lovely Lola to make Silver Hollow available for my fellow bloggers and #bookstagramers (is that a word??  #feelingold  #feelingoldforusinghashtags)

If you’ve read Silver Hollow, or been wanting to read it (it’s free on Amazon, whoop!) we’re now offering reader copies of Blackbriar Cove. I am so excited to share and hope you will enjoy reading it as much as I loved writing it, friend.

Click on the link if you’d like to learn more!

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