Monday, November 18, 2013

I am so excited to announce that Ryder made the Top 15 Book Boyfriends of 2013!!!! *I'm doing a little dance right now* NEVER did I expect to see him on a list (I only dreamed that one day he would make one.)

Thank you to everyone that voted for him and also to Becca the Bibliophile, I Love Indie Books, and Shh Mom's Reading for including him on the list.

Check out the video they made of the top 15. They will announce the names on November 27th but for right now, they are leaving everyone guessing (but we know which one is Ryder. lol!)


Monday, November 4, 2013

Book Boyfriend of 2013!

Ryder has been nominated for favorite Book Boyfriend of 2013 by Becca the Bibliophile, Shhh Mom's Reading, and other blogs!! Please go cast your vote for him! ;)

You can vote here: Book Boyfriend of 2013 Poll

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Quick Update

I've had some questions about what I'm working on right now, and since it's been forever since I posted, I thought I would let everyone know what's going on.

Where do I start? First, I'm working on a novel that I started writing before I wrote Promise Me Darkness. It is one that I put aside when Maddie and Ryder started consuming my mind, demanding that I spend every waking moment on them. The new novel is not related to EMPs or an end-of-the-world scenario but it is different in its own right. I can't wait to share it with everyone and hope readers love the characters as much as I've come to love them. I do not have a release date yet but will post as soon as I know more.

I'm also working on Cash's story from Promise Me Darkness/Light. Yeah!!! I'm so excited to write his book because I really love him (after Ryder, of course). You'll get to read his take on the war and surviving the EMP. I really can't wait to release this one. I've had many requests to write books for the other characters and I'm happy to say that it will happen. No release date on Cash's story but look for it in 2014.

Last but never least, I'm also writing little 'shorts' for Eva, Brody, and Ryder. What does that mean? I'm writing some freebies that I'll post here on my website for these characters. Along with that, I will also release deleted scenes from Promise Me Light soon (if my current book characters give me one moment of peace!) I cut quite a bit in an effort to keep word count to an amount that wouldn't scare everyone but I want to share a few deletes with readers.

Whew! Did I leave anything out?

I do want to thank everyone for buying, loving, and reviewing Promise Me Darkness and Promise Me Light. Promise Me Light made the USA Today bestseller list but I was amazed to learn that Promise Me Darkness also made it for the second time! That just blew me away! I think I was speechless for a whole day (and thus made my husband's day.)

I'm off now to write some more. Until next time...

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Winners of the Promise Me Light Release Giveaway

I am happy to share the winners of the Promise Me Light Release Giveaway:

$100 Amazon Card - Heidi Bailey

Set of books - Danielle Guzzardi
Set of books - Maria Spera
Signed PML - Christy Holifield
Signed PML - Erika Rhodes
Int Signed PML - Gloria Gonzalez
PML eBook - Charice Mehring
PML eBook - Kelly Kline
PML eBook - Liezel Felix
PML eBook - Crystal Glenn
PML eBook - Say Yap

If you are one of the lucky winners, please check your email!

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Blog Tour Schedule for Promise Me Light

I want to send a big thank you to each of the blogs below for taking the time to read Promise Me Light and participate on the blog tour. I also want to thank Celeste with The Book Hookup for hosting and organizing the tour. She did an amazing job!! 


Monday, September 23
Literary Meanderings 
Bookaholics Blog 
The Real Housewives of Romance 

Tuesday, September 24
BestSellers & BestStellars 
Bibliophilia, Please 
Vilma’s Book Blog 
If These Boobs Could Talk 

Wednesday, September 25
Swooning Over Books 

Thursday, September 26
Holly’s Hot Reads
Schmexy Girl Book Blog
Escape Inside The Pages

Friday, September 27
She Reads New Adult
Bookish Temptations
Nette’s Bookshelf 
Fiction’s Our Addiction


Monday, September 30
Bookmarks, Spoilers and Happily Ever After
Reading Between the Wines
Reading Rainblog
Just Julie Blogging Reviews

Tuesday, October 1
Cocktails and Books
Bibliophile Mystery
LipSmackin’ Good Books
Book Geeks Unite
If the Book Fits

Wednesday, October 2
Seeking Book Boyfriends
Devoured Words
Just Booked
Romance Addict Book Blog
Stories and Swag!

Thursday, October 3
The Book Whore­der’s Delights
Avid Reader Musings
Sugar and Spice Book Reviews
Have Book Will Read

Friday, October 4
WTF Are You Reading?
Boyce’s Books
Love Words And Books
Becca the Bibliophile

Monday, September 23, 2013

Promise Me Light playlist

A huge thanks to Emily of SubClubbooks for putting together most of Promise Me Light's playlist for me!

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Another Promise Me Light teaser!

"Being with Ryder was like a roller coaster ride that never ended. There were sharp turns and up and downs. You never knew what was waiting for you around the corner. The ride was bumpy and sometimes rough. One moment you wanted to laugh, the next moment you wanted to scream. But through it all, it was exhilarating and fast-paced. The ride of your life. And I never wanted to get off."

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

~~PROMISE ME LIGHT Teaser and Song From Playlist~~

The playlist for Promise Me Light is amazing (thanks to Emily from SubClubbooks) and I wanted to share one of the songs along with a small teaser. This song portrays all the hope and sorrow that Maddie feels as she waits for Ryder to return home to her.

I closed my eyes, listening to the fire crackle and pop. In my mind I saw Ryder watching me. I felt his hands running over my hips, drawing me closer.
A single tear tracked down my cheek, followed by another.
I wanted him home. I needed him next to me.
I couldn't go on without him.


Monday, September 9, 2013


I am so happy to reveal the cover for Promise Me Light!
---It's getting closer to the release date!!! 

Tuesday, September 3, 2013


An excerpt from the prologue of Promise Me Light:

In my dreams, it haunted me. In the light of day, it stalked me. In the blackness of the night, it tortured me. It captured my life and refused to let go.
It was grief and I was now its prisoner.
It started the day that Ryder rode away. As I watched him leave, intent on rescuing my best friend Eva, I felt darkness surround me. I knew it would stay with me until I saw him again.
For two weeks I waited. I paced. I prayed and begged for Ryder to return home. I was like the epic heroine from an old time novel, yearning for her one true love to return to her.
But life wasn't a book and I wasn’t a heroine. I refused to sit and wait. I was going after him.
I stuffed bread and bottles of water in my backpack. Next went the box of shotgun shells and bullets for the 9mm stuffed in my waistband.
I zipped up the backpack and swung it on my shoulders. As I was picking up the shotgun, a noise echoed through the house. A dull thump in the stillness of the day.
I stopped and listened. Nothing. Only silence greeted me.
Looking around the bedroom one last time, I closed the door quietly behind me. Hurry before you change your mind, my inner voice whispered.
I darted down the hallway, my worn tennis shoes making very little noise on the hardwood floor. I could hear oxygen rushing in and out of my lungs and the blood pounding in my ears.
I hadn’t gotten very far when morning sickness made me stop in my tracks. Not now! Please not now!
Placing a hand on my flat stomach, I took deep, calming breaths, trying to push through the nausea. When it passed, I reached into my backpack and pulled out the bottle of water. I took a small sip, hoping it would help settle my stomach. It didn’t. A sheen of sweat appeared on my forehead as the urge to vomit grew. Tears threatened to spill from my eyes.  Keep it together, Maddie. You can do this.
When the nausea finally passed, I walked quicker down the hallway. As I passed the living room, my eyes darted around nervously, expecting to see someone. Only curtains blowing gently in the breeze made any type of movement. I’m still alone. I can get out of here without any problems. Holding my breath, I opened the front door, cringing when it protested loudly.
Bright sunlight blinded me but I didn't have time for my eyes to adjust. I flew down the porch steps and out into the yard. Dry grass crunched beneath my feet as I raced toward the woods.
I have to go.
I have to find him.

Saturday, August 24, 2013

FINALLY - The back of book blurb for Promise Me Light is HERE!!!!

"I'm darkness, Maddie. Stay away from men like me. You'll only get hurt."

At one time my life was simple. Easy. But that was before the war. Now I was no longer an average college student. I was a survivor. A woman living in a ravaged world. My future was not bright and my life was far from perfect. The war had taken so much from me… but it wasn’t finished yet. It wanted more.

It wanted my heart. My soul. The one person I couldn’t live without.

It wanted Ryder Delaney. My best friend. The bad boy. The one person who could fight like no other and love me like no one else. He was the father of my baby. I watched him walk away one hot summer day and I prayed he would return. I needed him like I needed air to breathe and water to drink. Without him I was lost. A light without her darkness.

Until he returns, I’ll wait for him. And I believe he will return because love is powerful…

And so is the light calling him home.

SEPTEMBER 24, 2013

Monday, August 19, 2013

Schmexy Girl Book Blog is giving away a signed copy of Promise Me Darkness and three ebooks. Yay! Go check it out!

Friday, August 16, 2013

Friday, August 9, 2013

Four Month Anniversary of Promise Me Darkness

Four months ago today, Promise Me Darkness was released out into the wild. Since then it has been a crazy ride. I didn’t know what to expect when it hit Amazon and the other sites. Would anyone read it? Would anyone like it? I was both excited and terrified to know strangers would be reading my book. Promise Me Darkness was my baby, my first born, and like any parent, I wanted my child to be accepted and well received.

I remember telling my husband, "I'll be very happy if just a few people read and like it." To me, having a few people say they loved it seemed like an enormous achievement.

I told someone that my ultimate dream would be to sell a hundred copies in one month. That sounded huge. One hundred people read my book! Four months later, Promise Me Darkness has sold around 90,000 copies. To think that it sold 100 copies the first few hours of release is beyond anything I could imagine. Never did I believe that would happen. Never did I imagine the responses I would receive by fans. It still blows me away.

But I know everyone wants to talk Promise Me Light so here goes...I made a mistake. A big one that I feel bad about. I'll admit it here, in the safety of my website...I never should have released Promise Me Darkness until Promise Me Light was finished. If I could go back in time, I would have released the second book immediately after the first. But because I NEVER expected the first to do so well, I thought I had plenty of time to finish PML (I worked on both at the same time.) I've learned my lesson. I will not release a book with a cliffhanger until the next book is ready to go. (But I'm hoping my future characters all agree to have an HEA anyway.)

So I worked on Promise Me Light frantically, listening to readers beg and plead for me to hurry and finish it. I wrote around the clock, sometimes for twenty hours a day, getting only four hours of sleep a night. (If you were one of the unlucky ones that received an email from me in the wee hours of the night, I apologize now for my crazy, makes-no-sense responses.) I survived on coffee, coffee, and more coffee. I took care of kids, answered emails, wrote and tried to get some sleep in between it all. I didn't cook and I didn't clean. I hardly left my house. But I wanted to get PML in my fans' hands. I'll admit - it was difficult for me to write. There was so much emotion in the book that I felt everything. Every time my characters were sad, scared, or worried. I felt it all. I cried as I wrote the ending. I was a blubbering mess and I don't cry. Ever. I had to say goodbye to Ryder and Maddie and they had given me so much. 

But enough of all the mushy stuff. I know what you really want to know! Promise Me Light details! Here's a few - 

~~~It picks up two weeks after Promise Me Darkness ended.
~~~You will see more of Cash and Gavin in the book.
~~~It has an HEA and is the last book for Maddie and Ryder. (Unless I get bored one day and write an entire book from Ryder's POV. I love getting in his head because he's sooooo....bad.) I would like to write a book for both Cash and Gavin in the future.
~It has a couple of twists that no one saw coming (I'm sneaky that way.)
~~~The sex is steamier (in my opinion.)
~~~The preorder is available on Amazon for both the paperback and e-book. The synopsis (description) and the cover are currently underway. An audio book will also be released at the same time as the book, from what I understand.
~~~The cover will be revealed September 9th.
~~~And just like in Promise Me Darkness, the main theme is friendship and love. Stick together, love one another and never give up. That's the motto of this book.
“Each inch of your skin is mine, Maddie. To taste. To lick.” The tip of his tongue touched the soft, sensitive skin of my neck, sending a shiver through me. “To have.” 
- From Promise Me Light

Monday, July 22, 2013

FREE Bookmarks

If you would like a free Promise Me Darkness bookmark, please send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

Paige Weaver
P.O. Box 80016
Keller, Texas 76244

(And please let me know how many you want too.)

Saturday, July 20, 2013

3,000 Facebook likes!

In celebration of reaching 3,000 likes on Facebook, I'm giving away three signed copies of Promise Me Darkness. Just go under "Events" here on my website (or you can enter via Facebook) and enter the giveaway.

Thank you so much to everyone! Good Luck!

Friday, June 7, 2013

Lonely paperback looking for a good home. Housebroken and does not bite. Gets along well with others. May leave you wanting more.

You can now go under the 'books' tab and order signed copies of Promise Me Darkness. Whoop! Whoop! Just let me know if you have any problems or need to order five or more. 

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Hello, Ryder!

Devoured Words Book Blog has posted a review of Promise Me Darkness on their website along with a scene from Ryder's point of view! It is from the turning point of the book and Ryder just wanted to let everyone know what he was thinking when the sh*t hit the fan!

Monday, June 3, 2013

Blog Tour!

Devoured Words is hosting a Promise Me Darkness blog tour! June 3rd to June 10th. Here's the lineup:

Me, Myself and Books Blog ~ June 3rd
She Reads New Adult ~ June 4th
Devoured Words Book Blog - June 6th
Coffee & A Book Anytime ~ June 7th
Just Booked ~ June 8th
BestSellers & BestStellars of Romance ~ June 9th
We Fancy Books ~ June 10th
The Book Hookup ~ June 10th

Thank you to all the blogs that participated!

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

My Very First Giveaway

The night that Promise Me Darkness was released, I had 45 followers on Facebook (all strangers, btw). I now have 2,000 (and counting)! Of those, I think five are family or friends. The rest are there because they liked my book. :)

I love interacting with my fans on Facebook. They make all the long hours sitting in front of a computer worth every minute of it. They make me smile and laugh. Some have made me cry and left me stunned (in a good way). Everyone has had such nice things to say about Promise Me Darkness, that I can't thank them enough. In celebration of my 2,000 likes, I am giving away two signed copies of my book (one for each 1,000 likes). Just go under my new tab, Events, to enter the giveaway.

Good Luck!

Monday, May 20, 2013

I've Escaped!

I have made my way out of the Writing Cave. The sunlight hits my eyes, blinding me for a moment. The Cave is a dark, lonely place filled with coffee, never getting dressed, and eating one too many TV dinners but I enjoy spending time with Ryder and Maddie. :) So please forgive my long absence. I've been busy typing away all hours of the day and night in order to meet my deadline.

I received the paperback proof of 'Promise Me Darkness' just the other day. It was a surreal feeling holding it in my hands. Now, it is for sale on Amazon. (And I would like to add that the price is controlled by Amazon.) I also will have signed copies for sale via my website very soon. Please ask your local bookstore or library for a copy of my book. If they are asked enough times, they might buy it and put it on their shelves. (Yes, they will do this even for a self-published author.)

Last night, I received an email from my graphic designer, Sarah Hansen of Okay Creations. (Think Abbi Glines, Colleen Hoover, and so many other great book covers.) She did an AMAZING job on bookmarks for Promise Me Darkness. They are beautiful. I don't know how else to describe them. I want to post a pic but I'm trying really hard to keep the bookmarks a secret until I actually can hold one in my hand.

And another bit of exciting news - I'm going to BookBash Orlando, June 29, 2013. I hope to see my fans there because, well, I'll be fangirling over my fans. Believe me, I will.

Now back to my Writing Cave...

Saturday, May 4, 2013

The *Lists*

I want to thank everyone for buying my book, giving it rave reviews, and recommending it to other readers. Each day, I receive emails and messages that continue to amaze me. Your kind words and praises have left me speechless (and many have left me in tears).

Since its release, the book has climbed the charts, surprising me with its popularity. Because of you, 'Promise Me Darkness' is on Amazon, New York Times, and USA Today Bestsellers lists. It is a dream-come-true for a first time, self-published author but I couldn't have done it without the readers.

Thank you!

Friday, April 26, 2013

First Interview!

On Saturday, April 27th, SubClubBooks will feature "Promise Me Darkness" on their website!! This includes a review, my first interview, and...(drum roll, please) interview with Ryder. Plus, there will be a scene from Ryder's POV! (I'll put it under "Extras" here on my website too.)


Hope to see you there!

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Don't Torture Yourself

Recently, I have been asked for some self-publishing tips. I'm a newbie at this business so I'm definitely not an expert but I will share what I have and have not done, the mistakes I've made, and what I wished I could have done differently. (Maybe one day I will add a page on my website for self-publishing tips.) In the meantime, I will answer any questions someone might have about self-publishing because I know how hard it is to find that information and I am very thankful for the authors that helped me. I want to return the favor.

One thing I forgot to mention when I have answered the emails about publishing is dealing with your reviews. My policy is DO NOT READ YOUR REVIEWS. Good or bad. I've heard this from other authors so that is my new motto. The first few days after "Promise Me Darkness" was released, I read all the reviews and they were good but I knew that the bad ones were coming. Every book has had bad reviews. It is just human nature. We can't all agree on everything. What one person loves in a book, another hates. There are books that my friends love and I couldn't get through the first three chapters. It's okay. To each their own.

I do not read reviews on Goodreads, Amazon, or anywhere else. I'm too scared. I haven't developed that thick skin so many authors told me I had to have in this business. My hubby and friends tell me what the good reviews say and sometimes they tell me what the bad reviews say if they think it might be helpful for my writing. Knowing there are some bad reviews does hurt, I'll admit, but then I think of that childhood saying - "Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me."

So remember if you are a writer - DO NOT TORTURE YOURSELF - don't read your reviews!!

Monday, April 15, 2013

Sleep is Overrated and Coffee is the Nectar of Life

Last week was such a whirlwind week that I'm still reeling. This week has started with a BANG also. I can't believe I am saying this (oops, typing this) but I am now listed on Amazon's Best Sellers list. I'm sitting next to authors whose works I've read my whole life - Nora Roberts, Sandra Brown (cut my teeth on her earlier books), James Patterson, Dan Brown (so in love with his books), and E.L. James (the mother of all romance novels in my opinion) and so many other great writers. It's very surreal. I'm waiting for someone to wake me up from a deep, Nightquil induced sleep.

Every day, I get numerous emails/messages/posts that tell me how much my book is loved, how the writing is amazing, the characters are to die for, and how it made people laugh or cry. I want to jump up and down, cry, and laugh with happiness at the same time. I don't know if I will ever get used to hearing those wonderful compliments. I hope they never stop. I hope Ryder and Maddie's story sticks with people for a long time. I wrote the darn thing and I still feel their pain and sorrow, along with their happiness. (Oh, just wait for the second book!)

Many people have asked when the rest of Maddie and Ryder's story will be out. I've been working on it for a while now (at the same time the editing of Promise Me Darkness was going on) and I'm working on it around the clock now (hence the sleep is overrated and coffee reference). I don't have a set date yet but as soon as I do, you will be the first to know! I have to work around other people's schedules also, such as editors, beta readers, and graphic artists. But I will say that I will be cracking the whip (yes, Mr. Grey, I said whip) to get it out as soon as possible. In the meantime, Ryder is wanting to tell HIS side of the story. (He can be very demanding.) So I'll turn my website over to him at some point in the future. Also, there will be teasers of the next book and some other extras. I'm throwing around the idea of going to print so there might be signed copies to be given away too. Just started checking that out today so it's very hush, hush. Don't tell anyone. :)

I will probably say this a million times so please don't get angry with me but THANK YOU, each and every one of you. You made this happen.

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Yesterday was an AMAZING day. I received so many emails from around the world that I couldn't keep up with all my replies. My Facebook stayed busy with new 'likes' and I received numerous phone calls from friends and family. I never expected my book to do so well the first day. I came very close to bypassing the 1,000 rank paid on Amazon and I sold more books in less than 24 hours than some major authors (who are now New York Times Best Sellers) sold the first month of self-publishing their first book. (I could only wish to be in that group!!) I'm not sure if it was a fluke or a one-day only thing but it was a good feeling.

I am so thankful for everyone who bought it and the wonderful, wonderful comments from people that read it in a day. Ryder and Maddie are very happy that people love their story. ;)

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

What Just Happened?

I'm just minding my own business when out of the blue - SMACK - I found out my book has been released early on Amazon! The truth behind that is my hubby has been handling all of my formatting, uploading, etc. Because we had read that some sites require more than a couple of days to get the book listed, we decided to start uploading early to meet my released date. We sent everything to Barnes & Noble, Apple, Kobo, and others and he put in the correct release date on those. When he uploaded to Amazon, he didn't realize that Amazon doesn't give you the option of picking a release date. (Warning to soon-to-be self-publishers.) Once you hit submit, it's out there. Ready to be bought. Now, I know that we are newbies to this whole self-publishing thing and maybe there is a way to put a date on Amazon but we couldn't figure it out (and he's a software engineer!) Ugh! What a night! But I guess it's like pulling off a bandaid - might as well get it over with. I was a nervous wreck tonight, worried how the book would do. If anyone would like it? If anyone would give me a good review? Guess only time will tell... 

But thank you to the numerous people that bought it. Thanks for taking a chance on a new author!

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

I'm in love!

I just had to take time out of writing to read Jamie McGuire's new book "Walking Disaster." Oh. My. Goodness. I am soooo in love with this book! "Walking Disaster" is the same story as Mrs. McGuire's book, "Beautiful Disaster" but from Travis's POV. The book is AMAZING. How Mrs. McGuire gets into a college boy's head, I don't know but it's perfect. Period.

I also want to say that Jamie McGuire is a truly a wonderful person. She has answered many of my questions about self-publishing and writing. Not many authors take the time to do that. She also really cares about her fans and it shows. I can't wait to read what she will come up with next!

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

F is for Formatting.

One and a half weeks until my release date of "Promise Me Darkness." What am I doing until then? Formatting, formatting, and some more formatting. But I gotta admit the truth - my husband is doing it all. Thank goodness too. He is formatting it all in HTML or what I call - little squiggly lines and a bunch of letters thrown together. While he is working on that, I'm touching up on my Facebook and Twitter accounts. (I'm addicted to social media!) Also, I'm setting up accounts for Amazon, etc. in order to sell. Lots of legalese to read through. Needless to say, I have a headache a lot these days. :) But it's all very exciting!

We've ran into a few glitches. Go with Smashwords or go directly to Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Ibooks, etc.? We're still not sure. There's quite a bit of negativity toward Smashwords but it does distribute to all, saving both time and effort. Decisions, decisions...

And somewhere in the middle of all this, I'm writing the sequel to Promise Me Darkness. I think I'll need a big margarita soon, ladies!

Monday, March 25, 2013

Dream a Little Dream

I’ve done it. I’ve written a book. It wasn’t my first book and it won’t be my last. I’ve been storytelling for my whole life. In elementary school, while other kids were listening to the teacher explain multiplication, I was imagining another world. I would stare out the window and listen to my character’s conversations and see the story play out in my mind. 

My mother always said I had a vivid imagination. Even my Barbies had detailed lives. I would lie in bed at night and think of what was going to happen the next day between Barbie and Ken. Long conversations, detailed relationships, and love triangles – my Barbies had it all. By the time I was fifteen, I had written my first novel. A five-subject spiral notebook filled from front to back with my bubbly teenage handwriting, each chapter written in different colored ink. I hid it from my parents along with my need to write. By the time I was 22, I knew it was all a pipe dream. I believed that I could never be a writer. That's something other people did. So when I packed my things to move out of my parent’s home, the handwritten novel went into the trash. I was a grown up now. I had a college degree. I was engaged to a great guy. I had a job. It was time to join the real world.

But a funny thing happened along the way. You see, for most of my life, I was told what I couldn’t do. (That included being a writer.) But my husband thought differently. Early in our marriage, I admitted to him that I wanted to write. He encouraged me. A lot. So while he went to school and I worked to support us, I wrote. But I became discouraged. I heard horror stories about rejection letters and how hard it was to break into the industry. So I put my writing away. But not for good. Months later, I would feel the need to write and I would pick up where I left off. Then I would get discouraged yet again. The cycle went on and on for years.

I had babies. At times, I would start writing again. Poems for my children. Little ditties I would make up and sing to them. I couldn’t stop my need to create. Another story would pop in my head and I would grab my computer or a piece of paper and write. Characters screamed at me to tell their story, so I did. 

Then my husband bought me a Kindle for Christmas. It was heavenly to get books at a touch of a button. Speaking as a bookworm - it was the best gift ever. That lead me to find out about self-publishing. I suddenly knew I had to try again. I could self-publish my books! I loved writing so much that I knew it had to be done.

So here I am – finishing the final editing of “Promise Me Darkness.” Soon it will be out there – floating around Internet space. My dream will become reality. I dreamed a little dream and made sure it came true.