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Wayward Pre-Order!!

Hello everyone! Happy Sunday!

Guess what?? Wayward is up for pre-order now!! This is really happening, this book is really going to be out next month and I can't wait to share it with everyone. I started this year with a totally different book I was working on and a totally different plan on publishing and yet here I am, self-publishing yet again. No matter how many times I go back to traditional publishing and wanting to query, I always end up back here. Not because it's easy or fast. I keep going back to self-publishing because I like having complete creative control over my work. I like setting deadlines for myself and I like the community that comes with self-publishing. Its a lot of work and a lot of research and a lot of faith, but it's so worth it.

If you don't know much about Wayward here's a little about the book:



Mia Avery is a city girl through and through. She loves the hustle and bustle of the city and is perfectly content with her life there. So when her mom up and moves them all of a sudden to the small seemingly boring town of St. Croix Falls, she's understandably miffed. 

Only… When she befriends her new neighbor Angie and meets Rhett, the attractive but jerkish boy next door, Mia realizes there's more to this town than meets the eye. The Fae are real, and they’re trapped in St. Croix Falls. They're unable to truly live in the human world but also unable to ever return to their true home and Mia may just be the key to unlocking the door back to Faerie. Mia must confront her feelings for Rhett and find out the truth before it’s too late.






Also, you can click HERE to get the first five chapters of Wayward for free!

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  1. Sounds cool!

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  2. So excited! (Did you design the cover? I don’t think I’ve told you, but it’s GORGEOUS. <33)

    (And I WILL get those beta edits back to you before the 24th, I promise! ;) Life got insane. XD)

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    1. Thank you! <3 My mom does all my covers. :)

      Awesome! I look forward to your feedback! :)

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