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Today’s the day….cover reveal for SOMEBODY’S DAUGHTER! This moving story releases April 17th, and I can’t wait for you to read it.
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Somebody’s Daughter is a timely novel of family and forgiveness. Our children are growing up in a fast-paced, technologically advanced world. We’ve seen digital bombs go off, detonating good families and good people. Privacy doesn’t exist as “messing up” is very public and very raw. This is not a story of spectacle or blame, but rather a tale of innocence and compassion. Despite our best intentions, mistakes happen. As parents and human beings, we need not judge. Set in my beautiful hometown of Miami Beach, Florida, read the full description below:
Emma and Bobby Ross enjoy a charmed life on the shores of Miami Beach. They are a model family with a successful business, an uncomplicated marriage, and two blessedly typical twin daughters, Zoe and Lily. They are established members of a tight-knit community.
Then, on the night of the girls’ fifteenth birthday party, they learn of Zoe’s heartbreaking mistake—a private and humiliating indiscretion that goes viral and thrusts her and her family into the center of a shocking public scandal.
As the family’s core is shattered by disgrace, judgment, and retribution, the fallout takes its toll. But for Emma, the shame runs deeper. Her daughter’s reckless behavior has stirred memories of her own secrets that could break a marriage and family forever.
If you haven't read WHERE WE FALL, now's the time to download this moving story of friendship, secrets, and love set against the mountains of North Carolina. Members of Amazon Prime can download for FREE. All others only 1.99 for the month of October.
When you're done, mark your calendar. SOMEBODY'S DAUGHTER releases April 17, 2018. What happens when a "good" family faces modern day scandal? Here's a powerful story of today's teenager under the spotlight of social media and digital technology. It happens all the time, but what happens when it's your child? Your family? And your own secrets from the past brim to the surface threatening to tear the family apart? SOMEBODY'S DAUGHTER, set on the shores of Miami Beach, Florida will have your book club talking for days.
But now back to WHERE WE FALL
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Struggling with the stress of eleventh grade and college exams? Read on about what the perfect score really means in my latest blog courtesy of the amazing Grown & Flown.
Thank you to Women Writers, Women's Books for featuring my guest blog about never giving up. Writing is an oftentimes lonely, solitary sport. We've all felt like throwing in the towel. Here's why you can't. Click here.
I'm thrilled and excited to join BookEnds Literary Agency. Read on about my writing process and my amazing agent, Kim Lionetti!
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Grateful to Bethany Clark at One Book At A Time for the opportunity to share my writing tips with aspiring authors. Check out the blog and enter to win all three of my books signed!
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Today I had the good fortune of driving my sixteen-year-old son to an appointment thirty-five minutes from our home. Now that the boys are driving, our time together in the car is priceless. Seventy minutes with just him alone was jackpot-worthy. I couldn’t wait. We took our seats, fastened seatbelts, and I watched as he held onto his cell phone swiping and scrolling and typing away.