This is Book #2 in the Secrets Series, the sequel to my novel, Secrets Unveil.
Paris and Trenton are back at it again. Still fighting for their love, their lives, and to stay above what life throws at them; even when a witness comes forth, they have to keep moving forward.
Although, Paris blames herself for putting Trent in that situation, she sets out to fight harder for their relationship, even if it means leaving family members or her job behind. The one person she can’t leave behind nor lose is Trent. Her soul mate. An imperfect man who will do anything for her.
She has buried secrets that she wants to keep buried from her family and job, and it’s nearly tearing her apart. She could risk going back to the institution she’s trying to stay out of, and risk having Trent locked up as well.
Trent had no remorse of what happened to the Mackleson crew or fear what awaits him. “They can burn in hell!” is his everyday motto. He never thought to indulge further into witchcraft to get his way or to keep the ones he loves safe, yet he feels like it’s working to his advantage.
When he believes the murder case is closed, new evidence is surfacing. Paris and Trent will have to live by their deep, darkest secrets or face what stands in their path.
Pamela E. Hester ©2016
***Synopsis is subject to change.
So, I have decided at the last minute to go ahead and signed up for the writing challenge, event, or whatever my racing mind is telling me.
Oh, I’ve been busy lately and I apologize if I haven’t visited your blog like I should. Though, I may not post much for this November month, but I will check out your posts every now and then. Please bare with me. I also have books to catch up on to read. Can’t wait to start reading them soon.
Most of you already know what NaNoWriMo is. For others, it is a writing event where you write a novel in 30 days with the goal is to have 50,000 words by the end of the month of November.
30 days?! Yes. indeed. I had avoided it last time because I had just finished a writing challenge called, Mary B. Morisson’s Write A Novel In 90 Days. I had finished the challenge, mind you, and find myself editing, editing editing. It was a rewrite for Secrets Unveil. I’m afraid to let it go. Like a mother sending her child off into the cruel, mean world. (Sniff, sniff.)
For this challenge, I’m writing the sequel to my novel. Since this is my first for NaNoWriMo, I’m not sure what to expect. I’m proceeding with caution. For the 90-day challenge, I had outlined chapter by chapter on index cards, and done necessary research and wrote them down on notebook paper. In future posts, I will share my journey with you and upload anything I’ll like to share.
My characters, Paris and Trenton, are such loving and complex characters. I’m not sure what rabbit hole or hell they will take me. I have a love/hate relationship with them and believe they have succeeded in double-teaming me. lol.
Man, oh man, can I do this? I asked myself. I’m already a procrastinator, but this challenge just may discipline me. You can add me as a buddy- my username is Kphoenix1.
That’s all for today. Who else have joined? Have you done it before, if so, what are your thoughts about it?
***This week’s posts are pre-scheduled.
I am still #writing this novel, which is more like re-writing then another round of editing. Just the other day I felt like I needed to go back to do some edits after having a writer’s block drought. When I went and checked, on my Kindle that I for some reason thought it was safe to share with my seven year old, my copies was gone.
Deleted as it was, even the sequel and synopsis, yet thankfully I had once emailed myself copies after making changes each time. I’ve also saved them to Dropbox. But, those are old edits. New edits are gone. Sigh.
We writers are creative and come up with something new and better every time.
Take my advice: Always save copies of your novel, synopsis, queries, or what have you to your emails and other secure places.
P.S. Don’t forget to click the link below to read the synopsis of Secrets Unveil. Thank you.
This page is about my completed novel, Secrets Unveil. Periodically, I will update this page and let you all know how this novel is progressing. So, with that being said, check back as often as yo…
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I had came across this article on none other than Writer’s Digest- an excellent tool for writers.
Below, in the link, are 10 most important questions you may want to ask yourself before making a decision to end up quitting your job. It’s very informative.
Is it something you believe you can handle? Have anyone been through this before, considering or not? Any advice? Comment below.
Ask yourself these 10 crucial questions before you quit your day job.