WHO WOULD DO THIS?
Well, me. Us. Authors. The innately, irrevocably cuckoo ones who long to create more than we care about the penalty for creating. For me, the author-life is an extremely emotional and soul-baring experience.
Here are just a few writerly things that have made me cry in the last 30 days:
1. I got a glowing review for an upcoming release!
Basically, my author life is an emotional mess, and I'm on a perpetual roller coaster of acceptance and rejection. I'm wound up, stressed out, and passing my pajamas for casual wear these days. I'm sleep deprived, caffeine addicted and probably less than twenty-four hours from my next outburst, but I'm happy. I'm chasing my dreams and embracing all that comes with it because I'm an author, and I wouldn't have it any other way.
Deputy US Marshal Jake Archer is working undercover when he gets the call about a murder in Horseshoe Falls. The vic may have been close with Mia's family, but it doesn't take long for Jake to discover that he had far more enemies than friends.
Horseshoe Falls is abuzz with news of the murder, and Mia's determined to get to the bottom of things, despite Jake's direct order to stand back. Jake didn't open his heart to the possibility of a future with someone just to let her get herself killed. Now they have to contain the panic within Horseshoe Falls, apprehend the fugitive and figure out how to salvage their relationship—before Mia finds herself in the crosshairs.