The wait is over: my newest manuscript, We Could Fall in Love, is online and ready to be read! You can find it here: http://www.swoonreads.com/m/we-could-fall-in-love
The story goes a little something like this:
Fallon attends high school in the town of Grimbaud, where magic takes the form of crafted charms, potions, and fortunes. When she receives this year’s love fortune from Zita’s shop, the mysterious woman whose fortunes are said to come straight from Love itself, Fallon refuses to accept what her new fortune decrees: being eternally unloved–and a guaranteed residency at the Spinster Villas.
But a rebellion is brewing, and she suddenly finds herself at the center of it, joining fellow ill-fated teenagers determined to end Zita’s reign. There she meets Sebastian, a handsome boy notorious for dating and dumping girls before they can know his heart.
Her aversion to Sebastian fades as she gets to know him, but love is risky when heartbreak awaits her–unless the rebellion succeeds.
Please read, vote, and review my manuscript by May 31st. If it does well, We Could Fall in Love could be published by Swoon Reads!
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Titanic’s “last letter” to be auctioned
On the afternoon of Sunday, April 14, 1912, survivor Esther Hart wrote the letter to her mother in Chadwell Heath, East London, but it was never sent. Hart’s husband, Benjamin, never had a chance to mail it. Esther found the letter in her husband’s jacket after she and her seven-year-old daughter, Eva, were rescued by the RMS Carpathia. Benjamin had given her the jacket to keep her warm when he put her in a lifeboat as the ship sank.