Falling from grace never looked so tempting.
With a new job cleaning up cells at an asylum, Keirah thinks her time with Noir is at an end. That all changes when she’s called up to the fourth floor – a floor she’s forbidden from due to the prisoners housed there – and finds him, caged and unassuming. He isn’t supposed to be here. She isn’t supposed to love him. But fate has brought them together again, and there isn’t any arguing with fate.
Both Reese and Andie are on the hunt to track down Keirah from Noir’s clutches once more, but this time around, Keirah finds she doesn’t want to be found. With a war brewing and Black Wing in danger by law enforcement and one persistent District Attorney, the duo are too distracted to ask themselves an important question:
Was Keirah taken, or did she leave of her own freewill?
And if it’s the latter, is she even worth saving?
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Full disclosure: I am an acquired taste. I’m a typical blonde Orange County suburbanite who says ‘like’ more than necessary, laughs loud and probably obnoxiously, and loves to dance in the rain. I’m a 25 year old college graduate with more than a few tricks up my sleeve, and I also happen to be a pretty big Ducks fan. Oh, and I’m a writer. Like, for real.
I recently signed with Anchor Group Publishing, which will see two of my series being published this year. I’ve self-published over 15 books, with more on the way, so I’m familiar with both a hybrid-traditional publishing method as well as self-publishing.
I don’t speak in third person (normally) nor do I wear glasses (except when I’m feeling particularly mischievous). I’m lucky to have found my soul mate at the ripe old age of 22, even though he frustrates me on purpose to get a reaction out of me. We live near Disneyland, have two rambunctious female puppies, and have a beautiful baby girl. He has two amazing boys, and has gotten me hooked on Smallville, watching soccer (okay, okay FOOTBALL – FC Barcelona, baby!), and Cancun Juice.
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Abandoned by her Mother at a young age and raised by an overly-protective Grandmother, Matilda, Amelia is confined to the grounds of her childhood home, Stoney Manor. Amelia meets Matthew Fairchild, the new boy in town, and quickly becomes infatuated with him. Amelia soon discovers things aren’t always what they seem in the little town of Cave Spring, Ga. On her 16th birthday, life as she knows it changes. Her Grandmother confesses to her that she and her family are witches and, The Darkness, is after her for her family’s power. Along with her friend Luna, she embarks on a journey to discover who she really is. Can she protect her family from the Darkness? Is maintaining her relationship with her new boyfriend Matthew even possible? Can she uncover her family’s secrets or will they remain in the dark forever?
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1. Understand why you’re blocked. Do you doubt yourself? Are you tired? Can you not find the time to write? Are you stuck? Do you know what to write? A lot of these issues can be solved with time management, habit building exercises and gaining clarity on what you want to write.
2. Change your scene. Go for a walk. Talk to someone. Watch television. Read a book. Listen to music. Also, get your characters out of your story and over somewhere else. Ask them why? Create a new quick scene for them to interact in that has nothing to do with your story.
3. Force it. More often than not, forcing yourself to write will get yourself over your hump. Think of writing like a ketchup bottle: when you’re blocked, nothing will get out. But once your force it through, the ketchup flows freely – just like your words.
When I’m feeling particularly blocked, I think of it as a sign that I need to gain clarity on one of two things: either, I need to focus on what I’m writing (which is why I outline for every single novel I’ve written) or I need to remind myself why I’m writing (I want to write for a living, quit my job and stay at home with my kids while earning a sizable income). Once I gain clarity, my blocks are gone and I can write.
When do you feel particularly blocked? How do you overcome it? I’d love to hear from you, so please comment below. I always respond to comments!
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