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Facing Redemption

So the sequel to Finding Kylie is called Facing Redemption. I'm 12 chapters in and am so ready to get it finished. With Finding Kylie, I would dream different scenes or character traits and wake up knowing what direction I needed to head with my next chapter.

So far with this book, I've not dreamt as much at night but can't stop day dreaming during the day.

I need to pull my head out of the clouds and focus on my own life a little more. Lately it seems all I eat, drink, and sometimes sleep is this sequel. I think mostly because every time I turn around I've been getting emails, phone calls, and questions from readers of 'Finding Kylie' wanting to know 'when the next book will be out'.

It's exciting to know they've fallen in love with my characters so much that they're chomping at the bit to have closure on some of the things I've left open ended with the first book. To me this means I'm making a difference with my writing. I've impacted them in a way that I'd hoped too.

If you've not read Finding Kylie yet, and you're a book lover ... I encourage you to click on the book cover over there -------> and go to Amazon and get it. Let me know you're thoughts on Chastity and her plight to find out about her history and her mother's past.

I hope you fall in love with the characters as much as I have and what it seems most of the readers have too.

Look for Facing Redemption ... the sequel to Finding Kylie ... next Spring or Summer.

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