I realize I'm not the first debut author to exist, but knowing that isn't helping any. It'd be comforting to know that all these emotions were okay, normal, or at least something I'll get over. Except the excited and happy ones. I'll keep those. Anyhow, this wasn't supposed to be a post about me. I just realized that I hadn't officially told everyone when Moment(s) is coming out.
In two days!
I'll post my book blurb (that's really an ugly word, isn't it?), my summary, and the cover below. But first I wanted to point out some changes on my blog. Notice my new banner thanks to Deborah at Tugaboat Design. She's also my cover designer as well as other promotional art. She's pretty darn good, isn't she? Hit me up and I'll give you her email. I also have a new sunset background. Should I ditch it and go back to the old one?
They’re dying to be fans.
Scottish rocker Julian McLane lives life as normally as possible. But fame can be lonely, which might be why he spent a year looking for the girl he caught making a wish behind the concert arena. His fans aren’t happy to share him now that he has found Emilie—too bad their violent displeasure only pushes the couple together.
Emilie needs protection from rabid fans, so Julian convinces her to tour with him and his prank-loving bandmates so his security team can watch over her too. Julian thinks their coupledom is as right as a love song. But something’s very wrong about murder victims wearing the band’s concert bracelets. Someone seems intent on downsizing the fandom.
Julian holds a twisted mess of clues about the killer’s identity, with every day bringing a different theory, and he’s beginning to think finding the killer means losing Emilie forever.
Lisa Terry lives in the south, riding the state lines of Florida and Alabama. She has enough animals to call it a small farm, so she’s either insane or caring. Or insanely caring. She’s a print news reporter, an editor, and an aspiring Hogwarts student. On any given day, you can find Lisa playing video games, sitting on the beach, or organizing pet pageants. She gave up on fitting in a long time ago and now is fine with being called a walking contradiction. Lisa writes Young Adult and New Adult: romance, contemporary, thriller, mystery, horror and paranormal.
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