Funding for Pieces of Us has come to an end. Thanks to all those who’ve supported me and my story. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to reach my goal. It’s all good though. I plan to publish this story, whether through Inkshares or some other means. For those of you who’ve pre-ordered, you should receive a refund.
Thank you all for your support. I have 51 days left until my campaign for Pieces of Us comes to an end. If you are interested in my story, check out and/or pre-order at www.inkshares.com/books/pieces-of-us.
Because I am so appreciative of this site (and for celebration of my birthday yesterday), I am going to give shout outs to three authors and their work who reached out to me when I first started this site. Check out their awesome works!
Cari Dubiel: How to Remember
2017: A woman tries to find out what happened to her during the year she lost her memory. 2016: A man tries to find out who killed his mother. They fell in love once, but she doesn’t remember it. (In production!)
Becca Spence Dobias: Rock of Ages
An LA transplant struggles over whether to return to rural Appalachia after her father’s death and an abusive relationship. A feisty rule breaker and her abuelita, and maybe a little bit of magic, help her understand the meaning of home. (In production!)
Kendra Namednil: Borehole Bazaar: A Vow Unbroken
Surviving abuse leaves no soul unscathed, and this is especially true of Ptielieren, an elite elvish bodyguard involuntarily integrated into an aversive-heavy culture. Strength can exist absent a ringing victory and weakness does not signify defeat. (Available!)
Thanks again everyone and have a great weekend!