Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Good Morning Wednesday!

Tomorrow The Farmer Takes the Cook and the Foreman is being released by Siren Publishing.
As those of you who follow this blog and facebook know the story had a mind of its own. It seemed like I was just along for the ride.
It was intended to tell Adam VanPeterson, the Foreman's story. Instead, I went to a funeral and the beginning of the story was born, only now it started with Elliot Fisher, who was a cook. Then Elliot met Adam and although he was attracted, he didn't like Adam as a person. Zaiden Moore was late for lunch and in one sentance took over the whole story.
By chapter four Adam and Zaiden were having a fist fight and pages later kissing. To be honest I was perplexed. I hadn't intended to write a menage.
But the whole story comes back to the beginning funeral. As humans on this earth we will experience joy and sorrow. Big and small. We really don't have a choice. That is life.
So I want to share with you the dedication of this book. Because this book's center was all about a promise.
This story is for those who have suffered that deep, heartwrenching
loss. But who also made “the promise” and found keeping
that promise was the right choice.

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