What a few busy, amazing weeks since Lost Until You released on April 26th! So grateful for my publisher, Evernight, for making it happen. Also, to the bloggers, reviewers, and individuals who spread the word of release. Now I'm gearing up for my first signing and it's right here in my hometown of New Jersey. Check it out and feel free to stop by for some good, small town fun! Now it's time to get back to book two in the series! Cole is almost ready for you to hear his story!
My cover reveal is scheduled for April 12th. That is seriously two weeks away!!! If anyone wants to help spread the word join the crew by signing up below. Everyone is doing it! (haha)
In the suburbs of Philly today, you would never know it is day two of spring. It began with sleet, and now just snow falling and blanketing the area. Schools were called off last night and another day was taken off of Spring Break to make up for yet another snow cancellation. So, all in all, I was down in the dumps, figuring out how to catch up on the tests I was scheduled to give my students today, and keeping my own kids busy and occupied at home. But then, I opened my email and there it was ... my cover mock-up for Lost Until You. I'm pretty sure a few inches of snow melted when I opened it up! It is HOT, HOT, HOT! So, looking out the window at that cold, white stuff on a spring day doesn't seem to suck...as bad!
Four years ago I began a journey into this crazy world of writing. In four years, I have felt rejection, celebrated success, earned support from a literary agent, lost support from that same agent, walked away from my story, and wrote new stories. However, I never forgot about that very first book. And four years later, I have just signed a contract with a Evernight Publishing for it!
So, to those of you (friends, family, bloggers) who beta read this story in its infancy, I am beyond grateful, as you have truly helped me make it the story it is today. The tweaks, the edits, the changes are because of your valued advice. And I can only hope you will read it again and appreciate those small, but significant differences.
So, I think this only can mean one thing... my incredible journey continues, and it's about time to welcome this story to the world!