Monday, December 28, 2015


Tomorrow is the day that SWAY comes out into the world at last. !!! It's also the start of SWAY's blog tour. I'd like to give an advanced THANK YOU to everyone who has agreed to take part in the tour. The writing/blogging/reviewing community is truly amazing and I feel so lucky to be part of it. Stop by any of these blogs if you get the chance!

Here's a rundown of the sites taking part:

Spotlight at New LDS Fiction: December 29th
Excerpt at YA-NA Sisterhood: December 29th
Spotlight at Vanessa K. Eccles: December 29th
Guest Post at My Jane Austen Book Club: December 29th
Excerpt at So Little Time...: December 31st
Guest Post at Kristin Van Risseghem: January 3rd
Spotlight at The Nook: beginning of January
Guest Post at Laura Brown: January 4th
Guest Post at Monsters and Angels: January 4th
Spotlight at "Writing" Mom: beginning of January
Author Interview at Romance Done Write: January 7th
Guest Post at Perfecting the Craft: January 11th
Review and Guest Post at Delighted Reader: January 12th
Review at Half Agony, Half Hope
Review at Margie's Must Reads

There's a Rafflecopter giveaway happening- you can enter on the right of my blog, or at any of these stops as well. I'll be giving away one signed paperback of SWAY. Open internationally! Check out the tour if you get the chance and make sure to enter the giveaway!

She’d be happy to forget…if the past would just stop hitting “replay”.
Ava Elliot never thought she’d become a couch surfer. But with a freshly minted—and worthless—degree from Julliard, and her dad squandering the family fortune, what choice does she have?
Living with her old high school friends, though, has its own drawbacks. Especially when her ex-fiancĂ© Eric Wentworth drops back into her life. Eight years ago, she was too young, too scared of being poor, and too scared of her dad’s disapproval. Dumping him was a big mistake.
In the most ironic of role reversals, Eric is rolling in musical success, and Ava’s starting at the bottom to build her career. Worse, every song Eric sings is an arrow aimed straight for her regrets.
One encounter, one song too many, and Ava can’t go on like this. It’s time to tell Eric the truth, and make a choice. Finally let go of the past, or risk her heart for a second chance with her first love. If he can forgive her…and she can forgive herself. 
Product Warnings
Contains an actor whose kisses taste like chocolate, a pianist with scores of regret, and a sexy crooner who just wants his ex to cry him a river.