Today, I’m going to chat about a book I read. I am not a great reviewer. I am not concise and I don’t always get into the symbolism, etc. But, I know when I’ve enjoyed a book, and I can tell you, I just enjoyed this book.
Being the sole vampire in the small college town of Albion, Michigan means Adam never goes hungry. It also means the residents are safe – for the most part. Dead humans tend to scare away living humans, and that’s no good for Adam.
Self-control, manipulation, and demanding the will of others to bend toward his desires, Adam plays a precarious game with the lives of those he encounters.
If you let him win, maybe he’ll let you live.
In fiction writing, there are typically two kinds of authors: planners and pantsers. Oftentimes, we fall into both categories, but lean one way or the other. I’m generally a pantser.
Pantsers are authors who ‘fly by the seat of their pants.’ They don’t plan much about the story’s direction, if they plan at all. I like to come up with a general idea and then see where the characters and my whims take me.
I am pleased to announce…I have an idea!
* * * shhh, shhh, I can’t hear over all the clapping and cheering * * *
More importantly, I have an idea of the direction of Book 2. No working title yet.
I don’t want to give too much away, but I’ll tell you this: Alice is a badass.
To hold you over until Book 2 is ready, why not buy Turning Point on Amazon now?
Well, my first-ever Kindle Countdown Sale is over. Whew. Well done, everyone!
Thank you for all the likes, shares, comments and purchases you made over the last seven days. Every engagement supports an independent author (that’s me!) and encourages us to continue to follow our passion.
If you missed it, you can still buy Turning Point on Amazon, you just won’t get the shiny discount.