One Year

Today is Lark's birthday! It's hard to believe that one year ago today I said to my husband, "Okay, I'm going to do it." and hit "publish". I don't think I slept a wink that night waiting for the book I spent an entire year working on to go "live". 

So much has happened since then that on one hand I can hardly believe it's been a whole year and on the other I feel like this has always been my life. 

Since I currently don't have any paperbacks to giveaway to celebrate my first official year of being an author (I really need to order another shipment soon!) and Like the Dawn (Lark #3) isn't ready to be published yet (though Unfamiliar is close!), I thought the least I could do is share another teaser.      


        Grey leads me out of the hall and into the gardens. This is the place I feel the most at ease in this new life of mine. It's like I derive my strength from outside in the tranquility of these garden walls.
      This is the place I first learned about the prophecy, where I trained and where I first discovered I could speak inside Jacoby's mind. It's also where Grey kissed me for the first time. The memory of that night causes my stomach to flip uncomfortably. He's standing in front of me, his unusual indigo eyes piercing my heart and I have a feeling that this is going to be a conversation I'm not quite prepared to have.
      “I know that you think it's too soon. But Mia, you and I, we've been through a lot together. I think you know how I feel, how I've always felt.”
     “Actually, I don't. I mean, I do now because you told me but before, I didn’t. I had no idea. I spent so much of my time being confused by you that it was frustrating. You frustrated me. You still do for that matter.”
      “I never meant to confuse you. I just knew that the way things were before, it was impossible to even ponder the possibility of anything more. But now--” Grey pulls my hand into his and gently rubs the mark on my wrist with his thumb. “We have a real chance. If you will only allow me the chance to prove myself worthy.”


 Obviously it's unedited and subject to change between now and April (but probably won't change much).

Komal and I are wrapping up Unfamiliar and hoping to dive headfirst into edits by the end of the week and then I will focus all my attention on writing the finale to Lark's story. I think about this story every day and I'm really looking forward to finishing it.


Thank you to everyone who supports me by reading my books and sharing them with your friends. You've made this past year one of my best yet and I'm really looking forward to what this next year holds.

Much love to you all!


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  1. I can't wait to find out how the lark story will end. I have truly enjoyed the time reading the first two. I feel as if I have lived in the story. This is Adam Dawson

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