I’m going to try really hard to get the blog back up and running with things like pieces of my books, author life posts, and character interviews. I promised I wouldn’t leave you all behind, and I did mean it when I said that. Getting my feet under me with all the lessons that come with being published has been a learning curve, to say the least. I wouldn’t trade it for anything, though. Believe it or not, #2 of my Step into Darkness series Gut Check is now on preorder in ebook and live in paperback! I’ll be sharing a bit more about that next week, but in the mean time, I wanted to share a scene from my debut novel Would You Have Believed Me? in case anyone here isn’t sick of me talking about it yet. haha What can I say? I’m excited!
Excerpt from Chapter 10 of Would You Have Believed Me?:
1:40, January 12 Adnerba, Ohio.
Naked trees dance with the wind, the sun shining bright and making the world outside the SUV look deceptively warm. Glancing at the car’s thermometer, Justine sees that it’s only 34 degrees. It’s supposed to be our coldest night yet.
Taking the off ramp to the lake, she lets her mind drift, her memory navigating the well-worn path without trying. Pulling into a parking spot, she grabs her gear from the back seat and heads for the shoreline.
She picks her way over the rocks, stabbing bits of trash as she goes and dropping them into her black garbage bag. Every so often her gaze flits to the frozen lake, a pit growing in her stomach. The same question playing in her mind like a stuck record. Is he out there? For a mile stretch, she continues her slow combing of the shoreline trying to leave her path pristine.
Coming around the side of a large pile of boulders, she spots a familiar hunter green tent. The flap zipped closed against the elements. Continue reading
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Sorry I haven’t been around much, things have been beyond crazy, but as stated I did it! I am now a published novelist! Every time I write those words I want to squeal. As so many of you know, my journey to get here has been a long one with ups and downs, but such is life for any creative person, I guess.
To catch you up on how all of this came to be, about the middle of last year I signed on to take part in an anthology to help a fellow Indie author battling cancer. Continue reading
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Hey, everyone! Here’s the second character interview for my novel Would You have Believed me?
Ten Questions for a Fictional Character: Eric Mitchell of Would You Have Believed Me? #1 Of the Step into Darkness Series Hey, everyone! This is the second in a series of three character interviews for Justina Luther’s upcoming book Would You Have Believed Me? To find the first interview, click here: https://justinaluther.wordpress.com/2019/03/18/ten-questions-for-a-fictional-character-camille-arnold-martin-of-would-you-have-believed-me-1-of-the-step-into-darkness-series/ 12/29 2:30 p.m. […]
via Second Character Interview from Would You Have Believed Me? by Justina Luther — Becoming Eryn Ryans