Hope and a free read

I’m sitting here wondering if I should use this post as a therapy session of sorts for myself. If you read my last post, you know that I’ve been battling fear and depression, and procrastination which leads to self-doubt and guilt. It’s all nothing new to me and some times are harder than others.

But I’m not going to write about that here. Instead, I want to focus on the positive part of this past month. I’ve made the decision to finally finish that novella that’s been haunting me for quite some time. I’ve been through it a couple of times and I’m ready to whip and work it into publishing shape. This story is the companion novella to my first novel, Bring Me to Life.

(I want to mention that I’m running a free kindle deal today the 14th through Friday the 16th. Please check it out, download your free copy and let me know what you think. The link is at the bottom of this post and also on my contact and my books page.)

For those of you who struggle with fear, depression, anxiety and many of the other inner demons who torture us, know that you are not alone. My novel, Bring Me to Life, was inspired by my dear friend who struggled for years and ultimately took her own life. She was a bright star who burned out so fast that I know I’ll never fully recover. I miss her every day.

It’s difficult for me and it’s probably difficult for you. But believe in yourself, hope for tomorrow and second chances. My companion novella is about second chances. It will be therapeutic for me to finish this story and put it out there for you and anyone who desperately needs a comforting smile and just one ray of hope.

For now, read about Lou who finds hope during the darkest time in her life.

Free on Amazon Kindle August 14th-16th)






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