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6 Months Anniversary of Lark's Release day!

Can you believe that 6 months ago today, I published Lark? True story!
After 6 months Lark is still ranked in the 3,000s overall in the Kindle store and it's in the top 100 in TWO genres! (Fantasy and YA/Teen Sword and Sorcery!) That is amazing! It's all thanks to my amazing readers who have spread the word for me. I wish I could give you all a great big hug!



In honor of the 6 month anniversary of releasing my debut novel Lark is FREE until tomorrow. So if you know anyone who has been hesitant to pick it up, encourage them to do so if you don't mind!

I've talked to Cassie's Crafty Creations about making some Lark Swag as well as a couple of other people about making some Lark inspired jewelry (like Mia's amulet!) so look for a giveaway in the near future! :)

Love ya all!

XOXO

Comments

  1. I haven’t had the best of summers either. My dad was also diagnosed with cancer this summer and he is going through chemotherapy now. I loved Lark, I couldn’t put it down (almost literally). I was like Mia in that I stayed up way to late reading it even though I had work the next morning. Loved, your writing made the characters come alive. It was the distraction that I needed from what was all going on. I’m already anxiously waiting for In the Shadows.

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    1. I'm sorry to hear about your dad. :( I hope for the best for him.
      Thank you for taking the time to tell me that you loved my characters. I'm working hard on In the Shadows so hopefully it will be out by the end of the year.

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