The Upgrade My eBook challenge 2017 has been extended to a whole month this year, giving you plenty of time to read the books–and write the reviews!
The premise for the contest is simple: You’ve got one (or all) of my books in eBook on your Nook or Kindle, right? (And if not, Both Double Life and The Island are free downloads across all eBookstores, and you can get a free copy of Empath by signing up for my newsletter.) Simply write a review of any of my books and tell me about it on the form below, and you’ll be entered to win a paperback in that series.
There will be one winner per series. One grand prize winner will be one of the very first lovelies to get their hands on Resurgence, the first Demon Spring book.
Last week, I shared a little more about my space pirate series. Today, my standalone featuring an anxiety dragon.
Yep, you read that right. Anxiety Dragon. As in the dragon is the manifestation of my anxiety.
Empath is one of those books that you write for yourself. To be frank, I write every book for myself first, but this one more than others. Within the pages of this book, I laid bare all of my insecurities, fears, and feelings about The Break-Up.
Yeah, apologies to The Ex.
Empath is also one of those books that either resonates with you on a deep level, or doesn’t. Either you know exactly what Lauren is doing, or you’ve never experienced it and you’re like “WTF is this girl crying about this crap?”
It was the first book I’ve ever written where every word was intentional. Every feeling Lauren has, every thought she dismisses were ones that I had during my Six Months of Crazy in 2013. Even the ones that I look back and say, “Oh, child. No. Stop. Don’t…”
Empath is also a standalone, but I’ve been toying with an idea for a sequel where Lauren returns to Rhianu with a dude and has to help him through his crap. But seeing as Empath drained my emotional well for about six months, I’m not sure I want to tackle that just yet. In any case, I’m happy with my stand-alone.
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