How did I get here?
I once lived in this flat plateau where moving forward, or backward, or sideways equaled to the same thing. I had this cycle-routine of waking up, having breakfast with my mom and kids, cleaning, cooking, seeing to my children’s need, then my needs, going to bed – only to wake up the next morning and start it all again.
And then I decided I wanted to write a book.
I had finally reached the foot of this hill – a mountain actually.
Climbing that mountain was easy at first, though sometimes the foliage was thick, and I had to take out my sword and cut them apart to see what was on the other side.
Sometimes there would be nothing but the side of the mountain, where I’d continue climbing; other times a beautiful lake where I’d rest for a few days and contemplate life. Sometimes I’d find ugly monsters, scary enough that I’d contemplate running back down to the dull, safe routine.
But I persevered, and kept climbing, sometimes on hands and knees, other time on an easy trot.
And I’ve finally made it to the top.
For those who have been following my publishing progress, I am here to announce that I finally got my book on Amazon and Smashwords, available for pre-order.
I have set the release date for April 15th to give myself enough time to make a big fuss around it.
I’d appreciate if anyone could help me spread the word on it.
For those new to the blog:
About my book, Heir of Ashes
Roxanne Fosch had a perfectly normal life at the age of twelve. Cool, popular, pretty, smart. Her dreams of a perfect, successful and prosperous future seemed well within her grasp.
But by the time she was twenty-two she had become a commodity. A fugitive. She was being hunted.
As Roxanne embarks on the dangerous quest to search for half-truths about her past, she discovers she’s not just an abnormal human but a rarity even among her Fee peers.
She is hunted by scientists, keen to exploit her extraordinary abilities, as well as other beings far more dangerous whose plans for her she cannot fathom
Note: I am searching for readers interested in a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review on Amazon and Goodreads. If you are interested, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org