New Cover for Forever Blue

Okay, so I’m a little excited about this new development.

I love the cover of Forever Blue. I think it fits the story perfectly . . . after you’ve read it. But the more I’ve been thinking about it, the more I realised that as beautiful as it is, it doesn’t tell you anything about the story. It doesn’t tell you of the mystery, the secrets, or of the overall melancholic tone to the story. So I decided to see if I could come up with something that would give a better indication of these things.

I think I’ve done a good job . . . . What do you think?

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The new cover should be live on Kindle in a few hours.
You can check it out here: www.amazon.com/dp/B01EEVIZ1Q 

 

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Forever Blue Release Date and First Page

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Well, I’ve done it. I have pushed that little publish button, and Forever Blue is now available for pre-order with the release date of June 17th, 2016.

Since most of my sales are generated through Kindle, I have decided to release exclusively with them for the first ninety days. It will also allow me to run specials and countdown deals.

I have a few things planned before the release date rolls around; excerpts, digital ARC giveaways, book trailer release, paperback ARC giveaways, (provided they arrive on time) so make sure you keep checking in on my blog or Facebook page to take advantage of these deals.

For now, here’s the first page.

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Visit the Forever Blue page on my website.

Pre-order your copy.

Add to your Goodreads ‘to-read’ list.

 

 

Teaser Tuesday – Forever Blue

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Happy Tuesday!

Tuesdays are usually pretty happy for me as they are one of the two days a week I get to spend writing. So I thought for this particular Tuesday, I would share a rather small teaser from my upcoming book Forever Blue.

It was raining. Ever since that night, it always rained. I didn’t know if it was only in my mind, but it felt real.
After another evening when sleep evaded me, I hopped in the Fairlane and drove. There was something cathartic about driving that car, a unique form of punishment that I knew I deserved. I found myself perched on the barrier, looking over the water on the corner of Stone’s Throw Road which followed the lake and ran close to the edge of the cliff. It was the only place I could think to go when repeatedly drawing the images in my head no longer worked. I didn’t look behind me at the grass or the ditch that I knew dipped on the other side of the road. I think she wanted me there. I never used to like being alone, but ever since that night, being around other people was too much effort. I felt like I had to hide and I was tired of hiding. Watching the drops fall onto the water was comforting. They were unaware of my thoughts, unaware of the turmoil of my life. They did what they were supposed to. They fell.