BIG giveaway!


I don't know if I ever wrote it here but I'm one of the moderators of the NA group on Goodreads. We also have a Facebook page. ;)

In a very short time we gathered over 1000 members all new-adult books lovers! It's amazing and as promised, we're doing an amazing international giveaway.

Good luck and feel free to spread the word about the group, giveaway, Facebook pages, etc.

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Writing a sequel is not easy. Not at all.


While I just did a cover reveal - with the help of amazing people - for my novel By My Side, I've got many other projects I'm working on. One of which is entitled Patch Up, a new adult novel that is not exactly a romance as you can imagine first. I deeply care about this novel because the heavy subject the plot is centered on is important to me and I wanted to write something intense, emotional and moving. It was hard to write it and edit it but with the help of my beta readers, I can be proud of it.

But here is the thing. When I wrote Patch Up I had in mind a stand alone book with many possibilities for a companion novel, but I never really entertained the idea of a sequel. And yet, here I am, writing a sequel for Skye and Duke's story. This time the tone is a little different because the story evolved along with the characters' lives and the romance is going to be way more present.

Don't get me wrong, if I started writing this sequel it's because I have tons of ideas to make it interesting and because my characters still have things to share. Though, it's way more difficult for me to write this sequel than it was to write Patch Up.

I think it's because I'm afraid it won't be as good as Patch Up is, because I'm wondering if I'm over doing it after everything Skye and Duke went through, and I'm also wondering if their romance is going to be that interesting for the readers after how they managed to be where they are at the end of Patch Up. Yes, I'm doubting and it's very common for me.

I never thought writing a sequel would be like this. I know Patch Up can be a stand alone novel but I don't want to say goodbye to my characters just yet. Maybe this sequel will never be published but I think I need this kind of closure writing it will bring me. It sounds weird, I know, but it is difficult to let go after you spent months deeply involved with your emotions, fears, doubts and hopes.

But right now, fingers crossed for the future of Patch Up.

If you're like me, having a difficult time writing your sequel, think about this...


By My Side: Cover Reveal + Blurb


I can't believe I'm about to post the cover and blurb of the first novel I wrote and it is going to be available at the end of the month! It feels quite unreal right now.
Let me know what you think about the cover and if the blurb makes you want to read the novel. :)

Out 03/29/13

Lily Saunders sees her family falling apart. Her father is deserting her, and her mother is drinking more and more. Even sarcasm can't help Lily. When she thinks her best friend, Andy Green, will help her, she discovers how his blinding jealousy will mess everything up.

And then Gabe Green comes back home. She thinks it'll be like always between them—sarcasms and curses thrown at each other—but she's mistaken. He's different, and understands right away the problems she's trying to keep for herself.

But even if he's there for her, making her fall hard, they both know it'll end soon. Because at their age, you can't expect forever. Right?

Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17565301-by-my-side

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Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/StephanieR76 (I'm a twitter addict!)

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