Beyond book tour
I’m super happy to announce you all that the tour of my book Beyond (Black Tears 1) will begin on September 26th!
If you have a blog or any social media platform and would like to get a chance to win awesome prizes, be sure to check out Beyond book tour. All you have to do is is sign up, and just by doing a single post, you’ll enter the monthly host giveaway!
Silver Dagger will provide you with a DIY media packet to make sure it’s as easy as it can be. We have prepared a few excerpts as well as some interview fragments, so be sure to join because it will be great fun! In these posts I talk about how I came up with the idea for Beyond, my writing process, and a little bit about myself.
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You guys, I’m super excited to share this with all of you!
If you are not sure whether this is the right option for you (though I can assure you that we’ll have loads of fun), you can check out the trailer for Beyond here.
Tour is starting in just a few days, don’t miss it!
And just in case you are still not sure, I’ll leave you a little excerpt here so that you can make up your mind 😉
“Stella, look at me–“
“I killed it,” she said softly, still not looking into his eyes.
“You had no choice,” he said.
Stella remained looking down. “Yes I did.”
“What? Letting him kill you? That was just not an option,” he said firmly.
“It hadn’t done anything to me.”
“It had killed two innocent girls before you ended it.”
“You’ve ruined my life,” Stella said, finally looking into his eyes. Dale was shocked to see the expression on her face, it was contorted, in a way he had only seen in the faces of soldiers returning from the battlefields. “How am I supposed to live with myself after this? You should never have had me take that fucking text…”
“We had to make sure you were–“
“That I was what? What am I? What are you going to do to me now?” she asked, raising her voice and locking her bloodshot eyes on his. Her hands were gripping the arms of the chair so tightly that her knuckles had turned even whiter than before.
Dale said nothing.
Stella breathed deeply. “I didn’t do it on purpose,” she said in a low voice. “I can’t remember how… What’s happening, Dale?”
The doctor continued staring at her without saying a word.
“I need to know. Please.”
There was a long silence.
“You did well by killing it,” he said. “You shouldn’t feel guilty.”
“And why is that?”
“Because it’s the enemy, it is what we are fighting against.”
“That kid… it was one of them?” she asked.