My first book just came out this week and already a few people have asked me if I am going to write a series. This thought has crossed my mind. I currently did start to write something but this is a long process so stay tuned. Also I am currently working on two other books that I am about half way through writing. Hopefully I will have one completed in the next few months. If anyone has any suggestions as to which sections of Life, Not So Ordinary that they loved or that I could touch more base with in the second book I would love to hear what you have to say. Thank all of you for the support as my next adventure continues.
I was happily greeted by my friend Heather whom bought my book first hand, on Amazon.com. She was the lucky person with the first signature.
I would like to thank some people for their support on my first book. My husband Matthew of course dealing with my loud typing and ignoring him some nights along with the long process of editing and publishing. I would like to thank my father Kim and step mother Bridget for believing in me and telling me that this is a great life accomplishment. Also, I would like to thank my mother Trish for always being there for me and being super excited when she knew my book was finally coming out. I would like to thank my sister Bridgette and brother Robbie for detailing with me and my quirks. My step-son Mason, he’s the reason why I want to do great things in life. My co-workers of course for listening to me going on and on about all the books I want to write. (Sorry it’s probably not going to stop) Last but certainly not least the following: Felicia, Megan, Heather, Andrea, and Ryan for buying the first few copies when this book came out this week. Everyone’s love and support is greatly appreciated as I continue this life long journey. I am so blessed to have you all in my life.
Vivian, a girl of innocence, graduates only to find out life is not actually the way she had thought it should be. Growing up without a father, she finds the daily struggle of her mother’s protectiveness. Trying to discover the truth about her mysterious father while starting as a freshman in college, Vivian begins to unravel as she is raped. Trying to find herself, she rebels and goes against her mother’s wises. Vivian finds her father while falling into a romance with her appointed security detail. Once she thinks she has a grip on life, it throws yet another curveball.