I’m doing a final post-edits review and then it’s off to formatting. Once the cover and a few other things are finalized, it’ll be up for pre-order. Have I mentioned I can’t wait?!
Here’s the official blurb for my upcoming release HOW TO HEAL A LIFE (The Haven Book #2). I can’t wait to share Vargas and Seth’s story with everyone!
HOW TO HEAL A LIFE
Seth Fisher’s been to hell and back, but he has no intention of letting the torment of his past destroy his future. He thinks he’s doing good. He’s working again, talking, laughing, living. But everyone else still sees him as broken.
Except for one man. Raymond Vargas.
If only Seth could leave his apartment alone without a panic attack, then he could prove to everyone he’s going to be okay and that he won’t fall apart if he tells the one man who has never let him down that he wants him.
Raymond Vargas has spent the past two years trying to make up for what happened to six young men who were tortured at the hands of a member of his club. He’d do anything to keep them safe, to help them heal and move on, to help them forget they ever set foot inside the Haven.
If only he hadn’t fallen in love with one of them.
If only Seth wasn’t still in danger.
Coming October 24th!
I’m just about to get started with the last read-through of HOW TO HEAL A LIFE before it’s off to a couple of beta readers, then formal edits. As soon as it’s farther through the editing process we’ll set a release date and hopefully have it up for pre-sale. Be sure to sign up for my newsletter for more announcements on this release and other news. I can’t wait for you guys to come along on this journey with Seth and Vargas. And what a journey it is!
HOW TO HEAL A LIFE (The Haven Book 2) Coming this Fall 2017
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Pictured above is the binder containing the rough draft of Seth and Vargas’s story, HOW TO HEAL A LIFE (The Haven Book 2). I’m currently reading through it, revising, and adding more emotional depth and substance to the manuscript, and it’s going really well. I’m surprisingly pleased with the opening of the story, and that’s usually where I do most of my reworking. Knowing I’ve got a good handle on the beginning has me even more excited about this one.