Friday, October 24, 2014

Jess C Scott - An Author Interview in the HBS Author's Spotlight

Today our blog puts the Spotlight on Author Jess C Scott. She is the author of the Wilde Twins and the Seven Deadly Sins Series.



Author Genre: Psychological Thrillers, Crime, Contemporary

Website: Jess C Scott
Author's Blog: Jess C Scott
Twitter: @jesscscott
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Author Description:
Jess is an author / artist / non-conformist who loves original stories and seeking the truth. She writes psychological thrillers and blogs about Singapore's political history.

Her novel PLAYMATES received a Readers' Favorite Five Star Award (2014), and was described by Hell Horror as being "a great original masterpiece."

She is the founder of jessINK, a publishing company dedicated towards creating meaningful entertainment.


SPOTLIGHT Questions and Answers with the Author

First things first. Let’s start with what’s next. Rumor has it that you have another series on the horizon called SURVIVAL TRILOGY. Can you tell us the timeline for its release and give us a little tease?

I have a couple of other 'murder mystery' projects. I fell behind on schedule this year due to a busy personal life, but I look forward to re-focusing my creative energy in the near future. (It needed a bit of refreshment anyway.)

I hope to get to the Survival Trilogy next year, or immediately after I complete one or two murder mystery projects.

Here's the blurb for the trilogy:

"A psychological thriller featuring a female serial killer--and her insatiable lust for vengeance with the #LoveKills murder project. What would you do to survive?"

You have a good following on twitter. Since you started before the social media buzz, what impact has social media relationships had on your current success? How did you build your following in your niche? How much has it changed your book launch process?

I'm not on twitter all that much these days, although I do remember what it was like when I first signed up!

I've made several great friendships through social media (mostly through my blog and Facebook). I have not been able to utilise social media as much as I would have liked to, because a lot of my earlier written work fell into hard-to-define niches which can make discovery of the titles a bit harder.

With social media, I tend to go for quality over quantity. I only make a post or update if I feel like I have something interesting to share or say.

It has not changed my book launch process all that much because I spend more time on my close friendships and creative work. I use social media for some measure of online presence, but the substance of what I do and want to do lies elsewhere.

Do you maintain a reader list? What are the methods you use to find your readers and create the list and the relationship? Do you use social media, forums, newsletters and/or support groups to build your list?

I have a small newsletter list. My main method has been to focus on creating new material and building upon what I already have. A static website has been very helpful in terms of establishing brand identity. I recently re-organised certain sections of my website since I am currently re-branding my authorial identity (I'm making a shift from erotic fiction to crime fiction, for various reasons).

I occasionally check the Facebook demographics on my FB page, but I don't add email addresses to my reader list unless someone signs up to be on the list first.

Do you do any book signings, interviews, speaking and personal appearances? If so, when and where is the next place where your readers can see you? Where can they keep up with your personal contacts online?

Sure, I love attending and/or participating in events where I can meet other writers along with readers. I don't have any public appearances in the near future, though I hope to change that in time once I have developed more new projects.

I list my interviews/personal appearances on the press page of my website. My social media accounts will usually make some mention of them too.

You have unique covers. They carry a theme and your brand with them. How does your book cover creation process work? Do you hand over the basic theme or do you have more of a hands-on approach? Do you get your readers involved in its development?

I sometimes create and design the book covers before writing the actual content. It depends on whether the book cover image I have in mind is strong enough that I can work on it straight away. I enjoy the DIY hands-on approach of creating my own book covers for now as I can maintain some level of coherence and originality (visually) that way.

I have gotten readers involved with the cover for Teen Guide. Many of them preferred the second image over the first image, so my co-author and I went with the second image.

You have several great book trailers. (See links below.) They look very professional. Do you know how much impact they have had on your book’s success? Tell us about the process that you used to create your trailers?

I've heard from a couple of readers who said they bought a copy of my book because of the trailer. I find them fun to do because you have to distill the essence of the plot into a few slides. I usually write out what I have in mind on a piece of paper, in terms of keywords and images I'd like to associate the text with.

I think the most important thing of a good trailer is the music. If the music is the wrong pace or gives the wrong mood, it compromises how the viewer receives the message of the trailer.

You have written several novellas. Can you tell us if they had an impact on the sales of your novels? Are shorty’s one of your styles of writing or are they created to give readers a sample of your work? Do you feel short reads are a product of our email and smart phone age?

My erotic novellas certainly helped sell the anthologies. I enjoy writing novellas and short stories because they require a different approach as compared to writing a novel. They can be a good form to "try out" too before working on a longer project in a similar genre.

I think short attention spans are a product of our email and smart phone age. I've taken this to mean that people enjoy things that are easily digestible.

I like the idea of bundling a series of novels. You have put together a set of your novels called Wilde Twins Trilogy: Box Set. What was the impact on your other sales? What was your main objective in bundling your novels?

Many people like the idea as well. A box set can act as an incentive to try the whole trilogy or series at one go. I guess I wanted readers to have that option, instead of spending more money to buy each ebook individually.

What has been your experience in giving your books away free? Have you been involved in any other type of giveaways and how did that work out? What was your main goal in doing this? Did you run into any obstacles?

I've never given a novel away for free permanently, and am likely not to. It works for many authors, but I prefer not to devalue my work that way. People will still pay for something they really want anyway (which is part of my job/challenge: to create something interesting and original that is enticing enough to warrant a purchase).

I have done giveaways occasionally. They can be very good in terms of increasing exposure and visibility. I didn't run into many obstacles. I did some research beforehand in order to decide which websites to do giveaways on, and how many copies to give away (not too many…).

What is your method of getting reviews for your novels? Do you seek professional reviews, use social media or do you rely on your reading audience to supply them?

I occasionally use social media, although I find it more relaxing to leave my reading audience to supply the reviews as and when. I have sought professional reviews for the purpose of credibility. I highly recommend Readers' Favorite for their timely and generous reviewing program.



Author's Book List
Owned
Passion. Murder. Bloodlust.

Among these nefarious stories, siblings strengthen their bond by plotting against their aggressor; an animal lover seeks revenge on devotees of the exotic skins trade; and a psychiatrist gets what's coming to him when he abuses the trust of a jaded client.

These stories take readers straight to the scene of the crime, exploring just how and why people are driven over the edge--and driven to kill.

The OWNED collection is approximately 14,000 words long. A couple of stories contain a speculative element.

Stories Include:

1. Beloved Brother
2. Heart's Blood
3. My Chance Encounter
4. Skins
5. Ms. Zeri ("Misery")
6. Owned


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Soulmates - Wilde Twins Series Book 3
As young adults, Tania and Trevor attempt a fresh start in terms of paying their debts to society. When the siblings both find themselves in unfulfilling marriages, they become increasingly drawn to each other for comfort and solace. The profound evil from their past is back to haunt them with a chilling reminder: You can get away with this, again…

Can Tania and Trevor trust each other with fighting their inner demons, or will they embrace their dark side to the bittersweet end?

Soulmates is the third and final installment in the Wilde Twins series.


Book Trailer: Soulmates

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Bedmates - Wilde Twins Series Book 2
Follow THE WILDE TWINS in a twisted tale of love and loyalty. . .
BEDMATES (Wilde Twins, Book #2)

As teenagers, the siblings pursue random hookup romances in an effort to distract themselves from two things: their propensity for murder, and the burgeoning sexual tension between them.

What begins as harmless flirtation soon turns into jealousy and ruthless competition in a wild game of sibling rivalry, as Tania and Trevor seek to prove their undying love and loyalty to each other.

Book #2 in The Wilde Twins: a psychological thriller about an "evil twins" serial killing team--and their slow descent into amoral mayhem.


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Playmates - Wilde Twins Series
Follow THE WILDE TWINS in a twisted tale of love and loyalty. . .

PLAYMATES (Wilde Twins, Book #1)

As kids, Tania and Trevor's unsupervised play time offers a lifeline to sanity amidst the chaos of family dysfunction. When danger threatens Tania, Trevor isn't willing to stand by and watch his sister get hurt. The instinct for survival is only rivaled by the killer instincts the Wilde siblings encourage in each other. Instincts that turn into a deadly game igniting their first taste for blood.

Book #1 in The Wilde Twins: a psychological thriller about an "evil twins" serial killing team--and their slow descent into amoral mayhem.


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Teacher's Pet
SUMMARY: A truant student gets her lecturer's signature--and more--when she needs an official form signed.


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Jack in the Box
* NOTE: Recommended for readers who enjoy erotica with a story (the author's brand of erotica is NOT defined by explicitness).

SUMMARY (novella): A sensuous business acquaintance breaks Drea’s stale fixation with her first love, Jack.


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The Other Side of Life - Cyberpunk Elven Trilogy Book 1
ONE-LINE SUMMARY: A thieving duo’s world turns upside down when an Elven rogue uncovers the heinous dealings of a megacorporation.

SUMMARY: Anya and Leticia are partners-in-crime who steal for a living. Their world turns upside down after a chance encounter with fellow rogue, Ithilnin—the enigmatic leader of an Elven band of thieves.

A scuffle to prove who’s “the better thief” transforms into more than Anya and Ithilnin ever bargained for. They retrieve the missing piece of an ancient poem, before getting caught in the secret dealings of a megacorporation. What they uncover threatens to alter the very essence of not just human life, but the other side as well.


Book Trailer: The Other Side of Life

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4:Play
* NOTE: Recommended for readers who enjoy erotic fiction with a story (that is not defined by explicitness).

SUMMARY: A short story in which two guys see what's really in their hearts, with the support--and shining example--of two girls in the same predicament.


Book Trailer: 4:Play

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The Intern - (Seven Deadly Sins) Book 1
Book #1 (Lust) in Jess C Scott's SINS07 "seven deadly sins" series--a teenage version of Dirty Dancing meets Punk'd.

SUMMARY: 17-year-old Suzie Q, smart kid and closet dance enthusiast, travels with a classmate to a world-class city for an internship program. She finds herself undeniably attracted to the suave hip-hop instructor, Jo.Zee, who recruits her into a dance fitness DVD he is producing. When Suzie sees (or thinks she sees) the real Jo.Zee, she must decide if she will trust him...or her instincts.

* SINS07 is a series featuring lighthearted tales that explore each of the seven sins in order, beginning with lust.


Book Trailer: The Intern

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Monday, October 20, 2014

Michelle Muckley - An Author Interview in the HBS Author's Spotlight

Today our blog puts the Spotlight on Author Michelle Muckley. She is the author of the DAWN Series.



Author Genre: Literature & Fiction, Mystery & Thrillers

Website: Michelle Muckley
Author's Blog: Michelle Muckley
Twitter: @MichelleMuckley
E-Mail: michelle.muckley@gmail.com
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Author Description:
I was born in the town of Warwick in 1981. It is a small historical town in the heart of England, and ? was the fifth child born into a family of boys. I developed a huge interest in the written world from a young age, and with more than a little help from Roald Dahl found quite the taste for anything gross and gory. Book club at primary school only proved to increase my love of escaping into the world of a book.

Whilst six years at secondary school did little to quell the romantic notion of one day sitting in my mountain cabin and smoking a celebratory cigarette as the first novel was born, somewhere within those six years the dream of becoming a writer got put on hold. The question of who actually manages to make a living out of being writer was persistently posed. Who manages to pull that off? Not many, according to most people. Perhaps it was because science was deemed a safer career path, or perhaps it was because they let me chop up hearts, but I found myself spending more and more time in the biology lab and eventually the university applications went in and the next twelve years employment were set; science, hearts, but yet sadly no more dissections. Still resting quietly in the background were those long and lingering desires to once again rediscover those old aspirations to write.

About six years ago, with the smouldering embers of a childhood dream sparking uncomfortably underfoot there was what can only be called an epiphany. Who is it that actually becomes a writer? Is it the people who live in New York? Is it the girl whose aunt works for Harper Collins or S&S, or another beast of a publishing house? It is those people, yes. But it's not just those people. It's the people who write.

It's the people who actually do more than say, 'I have a dream'. Whilst this may sound simplistic, it was the revelation I needed to sit down and type Chapter One. The first book, The Loss of Deference was no longer just a fantasy and slowly became a workable manuscript. It was then sent out in eagerness before it was properly edited and therefore it was duly returned, and along with it I collected a nice set of standard rejection letters.

Six years later, having uprooted from England to settle on the southern Mediterranean shores of Cyprus, the dream to publish the book once deemed nothing more than a pipe dream is now a reality. I am still working as a part time scientist, but I am also writing daily. When I am not sat at the computer typing about the darker side of life, you will find me hiking in the mountains, drinking frappe at the beach, or talking to myself in the kitchen in the style of an American celebrity chef. Just think Ina Garten.


SPOTLIGHT Questions and Answers with the Author

Congratulations on your book: The Dawn: Everybody is Somebody. What do you have on the drawing board next? Rumor has it that you have another book on the horizon called The Dawn: Man in the Middle. Can you tell us the timeline for its release and give us a little tease?

Thank you! The Dawn: Everybody is Somebody is the third book in my dystopian Sci-Fi series. Man in the Middle is book number four. The series follows a small population of survivors of a nuclear war. It deals with the concept of courage when it is easier to do nothing, moving past the mistakes you made in the old world, and learning to adapt as life changes. All done under the totalitarian regime called the Republic of New Omega who want to make things ‘easier’ for you, of course.

You have a good following on twitter. How important have your social media relationships been? How did you build your following in your niche? Do you see a carry over to your writing success?

I believe social media is important, but not the most important element of being a writer. I do think it is important for making connections and being in touch with the community of writers, but I think it is much more important to focus on what you are producing. I used to be more prolific on Twitter, Facebook, and my blog, but lately I have cut it down to a bare minimum and focus solely on putting meaningful words on a page. Word count went up, sales didn’t go down. The important thing about SM is being real. On my Twitter page over the last month you will likely have seen my cat, something I ate for lunch, and an article about womb transplantation. I’m not sure I shared anything about a book I wrote. People do not want to read ‘buy my book’ all day long. They know how to use the unfollow button, too.

Do you maintain a reader list? What are the methods you use to find your readers and create the list and the relationship? Do you use social media, forums, newsletters and/or support groups to build your list?

I do, because it is important to be in contact with the people who read your work. I have sign-up links on my website and in my books. I always find sign-ups increase after a promotion, and I try to get a newsletter out every six to eight weeks. These are people who actively have told you they want to hear more about you, and that makes them very valuable. What’s the point in not contacting those people?

You have great covers. They carry a theme and your brand with them. How does your book cover creation process work? Do you hand over the basic theme or do you have more of a hands-on approach? Do you get your readers involved in its development?

Thanks for that! I take little credit for them. I did create the cover for my latest short story called Containment, but for my full length novels and series I use the services of a great designer. She works with me to develop an idea, we discuss concepts, and work from her early creations. I love the Psychophilia cover, and I also love The Dawn series that she created. She is blowing me away with her work right now.

You have several great book trailers. (See links below.) They look very professional. Do you know how much impact they have had on your book’s success? Tell us about the process that you used to create your trailers?

I created my trailers, so thanks for the positive words. I do not much like the trailer for Escaping Life if I am honest and find it monotonous. That could also be said for The Loss of Deference, but I think for that story it somehow still works. I love my latest trailer for The Dawn, and it still gives me goose bumps! It is an effort to achieve, but I create them with standard software, stock footage, and a lot of patience. I really enjoy the experience, but I’m not sure what level of impact it has on sales. But I have got some very positive feedback, and perhaps it made one person try a new author, so for minimal investment it is a good return. But equally a bad trailer could put me off a book. If it doesn’t look professional, I think it is better not to have it.

What has been your experience in giving your books away free? Have you been involved in any other type of giveaways and how did that work out? What was your main goal in doing this? Did you run into any obstacles?

I verge between positive and negative thoughts on giving away my books for free. I do use the Amazon Select program, and there is no doubt that it has yielded sales and results. I think it is very important to combine free giveaways with good advertising, and this is what makes the biggest difference. Having a perma-free first in a series seems to be a good option for me. The negative is that many people who would never otherwise read your book will download it, hate it, and leave a negative review. That’s the downside, but it can still help with traction. Giveaways for groups who love a certain genre have also provided good results, and I am always happy to throw a paperback at that kind of giveaway.

You have a great blog. You do a great job keeping readers informed, marketing your books and supporting indie authors. What is your primary goal? And where in the world do you find the time to create great novels, take care of the social media and maintain your blog?

Well, the blog has taken a bit of a backseat just lately. I try to use it as a tool to share my work and my thoughts about the publishing world, but at the same time, not make it all about my books. One thing that I like about the world of indie publishing is the willingness to share data with other writers, so I also try to put anything I think might be useful for other writers like stats after promos.

Time management is a major factor, and really it would be possible to never leave my desk and still never catch up. That is one reason I have let my blog take a backseat. Important updates still go out, but I try to focus my energies on my books.

Living in Cyprus creates a unique selling and marketing situation. Where is your biggest audience? Does marketing online help in this situation?

My biggest market fluctuates between the US and the UK. Living in Cyprus does not help either of those markets, but certainly being in Cyprus helps carve out time for writing. But because of my location, online sales are very important.

Being a self-publisher myself, I have to ask this question. How does doing everything yourself work out? Do you outsource much of the process?

Editing and book covers are predominantly outsourced. For the short story I have created my own cover because I do not expect a great return on a $0.99 quick read. Doing everything myself is not possible. Any self publisher who manages the whole load, I take my hat off to them.

What is your method of getting reviews for your novels? Do you seek professional reviews, use social media or do you rely on your reading audience to supply them?

Occasionally prior to release I will seek reviewers from the book reading community and bloggers. If they have expressed an interest in my previous work or similar books, then I assume there is a chance they might like my latest. But other than that I tend to just let them roll in slowly. Real reviews are much better than anything solicited, and I have a thick skin so I can take the knocks as well as the praise. What I don’t do is trade with other authors. I have so many books that I want to read, I cannot spend all my reading time on solicited books, and I will not review something I haven’t read. Plus, I think most people can tell a real review from a fake.



Author's Book List
The Dawn: Everybody is Somebody - The Dawn Book 3
Life in Omega Tower is not what Zack expected, especially now he understands the relationship between the Conservators and the Drifters. He had his chance to make a choice, and now Zack feels a long way from home. But with the help of his new friend Selena he takes his first Renunciation Pledge and vows to become a good citizen of the Republic.

But tensions are rising and rebellions are forming in the Republic of New Omega. Desperate to protect Leonard, Selena promises Zack that she will get a message to him. But when she comes to him begging for help he is faced with another dilemma. He turns to Emily for help, swearing to do whatever it takes to help Selena. But there are others who have invested in Zack, and they have other plans.


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The Dawn: Call of Omega
With the roads destroyed and the bridges near collapse, Zack cannot believe what he has learned about The Barrens. But he has a job to do, and so he must try to put things right.

But there are those in the shadows who want him to fail, and when Zack learns of a mysterious group who The Conservators refer to as Drifters, he must decide if he is courageous enough to withstand their test. Will he be brave enough to follow his heart, or will he fall under the spell of The Republic of New Omega?


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The Dawn: The Bombs Fall - A Dystopian Science Fiction Series
Zachary Christian is Delta Tower resident 8652. He has been stuck inside his tower since the bombs destroyed the world he knew. The reason for the war is still a mystery, but ever since that day the world stands still, trapped by the nuclear winter and the Guardians who patrol the exits. Zachary should feel lucky to be alive, but he is haunted by past mistakes which he never got a chance to put right.

The only way out is the New Omega Lottery. The prize is a place in Omega, a giant glass tower in the centre of their barren world where the new government, The Conservators, rule. Nobody from Delta has ever won. But when Zachary meets Emily he knows she is not from Delta. Convinced there must be another way out, he vows that he will find it. But he doesn't realise that The Conservators have already found him.


Book Trailer: The Dawn: The Bombs Fall

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PSYCHOPHILIA - A Disturbing Psychological Thriller
Plagued with strange memory gaps, Charlotte wants her life back, even if someone has to die for her to get it. She has tried so hard to be what Gregory wanted her to be, and yet still he doesn't love her. Pregnant, miserable, and knowing she is being betrayed by the one person she had left to rely on, she promises herself that she will do whatever it takes.

She must learn the truth about what happened before that day on the lake, but lies can be seductive and easier to believe, especially when they are her own.

Described as one of the most disturbing books one reviewer had ever read, follow Charlotte, our female protagonist through a journey of discovery as she battles to learn the truth about her life.


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Identity X
Ben Stone has one aim; discover the cure for genetic disease. He watched his father die and promised himself that it would never happen again, especially to his own son. After his appointment as lead researcher in Bionics Laboratories he begins his desperate research. It takes four years, but he succeeds. He discovers NEMREC, a serum able to reconstruct DNA and cure the diseases that have driven him. It should be the beginning of a new future, but by changing the face of the world, he has unwittingly destroyed his own.

His world falls apart .

After arriving at his laboratory to find that it has disappeared, he is sucked into a world of conspiracy and betrayal. The Agency wants NEMREC and will do anything to get it, believing it to be the most powerful scientific discovery in decades. But it wasn't just NEMREC that they wanted. The Agency wanted Ben dead, but somehow he survived. His best friend, his wife, and Ami, the beautiful scientist who he has fallen for at work all offer to help him, but each has a different version of the truth. They all have their own agenda, only one of them wants what he wants, and in a world where you are already dead, how is it that you are supposed to survive?


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Escaping Life
It's beautiful here. It's a beautiful place to die.

Since the accident claimed her sister's life, Haven has been a sanctuary for Elizabeth Green.She has finally found some of the tranquility that she thought had been lost long ago to the past.Homicide cop Jack Fraser is running away from his miserable life too.But when the discovery of a body on a local beach leads him directly to Elizabeth's front door, it seems her past might not have been left behind her after all. Together they must face their demons, and in the process expose the dangerous secrets that cloud their lives before it's too late.

Running from reality is sometimes more painful than discovering the truth.


Book Trailer: Escaping Life

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The Loss of Deference - A Medical Thriller
Will Moreton is one of the lucky ones: he still has a house, thanks to the fact that he has been assigned State Employment. Mind numbing or not, he’ll take whatever he’s given and try to keep the roof over his and wife Molly’s head. He doesn’t want them to end up living in a Shelter like the one where he works. The recession has hit Grafton hard, just like most places, and having a job and a home is a luxury that few can afford. If only he was like Dan, with a good job and a steady income. He never has to worry about money.

Dan Fox is Will’s best friend, and works as a nurse in the local hospital. He needs cash desperately in order to pay for his mother’s care. She is dying and deserves the best in her last years of life. He owes her that, doesn’t he? After what happened? It helps to put things right. He’ll do whatever he is told to make sure he can keep her where she is comfortable. Will is the only one that knows the childhood secret that Dan is keeping. Neither of them wants to think back to the terrible day that binds them together.

But Dan had started keeping new secrets. Secret’s that not even Will knows about. These secret’s are kept locked away in his mind, and hidden behind the Victorian walls of the hospital in which Dan works. Dan thinks that he has covered his tracks. But one winter’s day, when Will can’t find Molly anywhere, he looks to Dan for help. By doing so he makes a discovery that leads him into a terrifying conspiracy. The only problem, he has no idea.

A British mystery which takes you on a journey of trust and betrayal, the reader is compelled to experience the limits of true friendship through a web of disturbing lies and truths. In this medical thriller you must look for hope not only in the strongest of human bonds, but also the darkest corners of life.


Book Trailer: The Loss of Deference

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