Those Black Wings is out and it's one of my favorites.
Kay Bachmann leaps into her freshman year of college, eager to start fresh and be the girl she’s always wanted to be. She meets Carter, who falls for her like a skydiver with a busted parachute. He sweeps her away in a whirlwind romance, and before Kay can think straight, they’re going on dates. But when Kay discovers a family secret, she starts looking at the relationship with new eyes.
Then she meets her old friend Wyatt again – who she’s loved desperately for so long. Kay tries to break free of Carter, but he raises the emotional ante and attempts suicide right in front of her. That act pulls her right back to his side.
Kay knows she cannot stay with Carter. She knows that his next attempt may be fatal. But she wants, above all, to live her life on her own terms – not on somebody else’s.
Buy a copy! Heck, buy five copies and give 'em to your friends. If you don't like the book, give 'em to your enemies.
(And, hint hint, if you review this book and send a screenshot of your review to me at email@example.com, I can send you another free ebook to review. Seriously. I need reviewers like you wouldn't believe.)
Seven books in the Easy-Growing Gardening series
I worked over half my life in horticulture -- but now I work inside in the air-conditioning. You cannot believe how much I love AC. It's been 95 degrees all week, with a relative humidity of 95%. I'm very happy to work inside, believe me.
But I still miss my plants and roses, so I've been writing book after book to pass along everything I've learned so far and people really seem to appreciate the skills I'm passing on.
My newest book is Leave Me A Lawn, which will make seven books. Boy, I love writing these books and getting to make bad puns.
Find all my Easy-Growing series here!
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This book is FREE at Instafreebie, guys! I wrote this back in ... geez, clear back in 2012, and actually read the first chapter at my graduate reading at Hamline University, where I got my MFAC in writing for children. But I'm giving away this novel because I need to make a fresh start with it. I plan to write a trilogy from this. The first novel will be Gabe's, the horse -- and I just realized that I did not include the story of his transformation into a horse. He's the first guy that changed. The second novel will be Leila's, and she's the mountain lion. The third novel will be Meira's, the raccoon, and her brother Nathan.
Fun fact: I started writing Seraphim when I was pregnant with my son, and my daughter (who was 10 at the time) was very happy to FINALLY get a baby brother. Meira and Nathan, the sis/bro duo in the book, have the kind of relationship I wanted my kids to have. And you know, they do, though there's more yelling. I need to fix that in the novel. 🙂
Anyway, be looking for the new Seraphim trilogy next year, I HOPE.