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She gave me her kidney. I gave her my heart…

Nicholas Blake learned a long time ago that nobody does anything for free. He’s felt the pain of lies and manipulations enough times to know that people only look out for themselves, and that all good deeds come with a price. So when he wakes up from a near deadly car accident and finds out a stranger is offering to donate her kidney, he’s immediately suspicious of her intentions.

What he doesn’t expect is Iris Chamberlain, a beautiful woman with a big smile and an even bigger heart, claiming she just wants to help. The more time Nick spends with Iris, the more he starts to believe in what he always thought was impossible: a pure heart.

But betrayal leaves a bitter mark. Will Nick be able to let go of his past and let Iris in? And will Iris be able to show him what it truly means to have a pure heart?

RELEASE DATE: June 22, 2017

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Unveiling the Sky and Unveiling Chaos now available in paperback! :)

Hey all! If you follow me on other social media, you’ve already heard this bit of news. But if not, as the title states, books 1 and 2 in the Unveiling series can now be purchased in paperback!!!! ❤

I just approved the proofs for Unveiling the Sky and Unveiling Chaos, which means they’ll be available on Amazon in a few days AND I’ll be ordering a batch to sign and send out 🙂 I haven’t placed the order yet because I want to have a general idea of how many to order, so the turnaround time is about a month, but I won’t send you a bill until the copies have arrived at my house ❤ ❤ ❤ (And I’m so sorry that the international price is so expensive, as I’m sure you know, the cost of shipping overseas is insane!)

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Suicide Awareness

UnveilingTheSky-1There was a time in my life when I didn’t believe in depression. I was young, maybe sixteen or seventeen, and, like the typical teenager, I thought I knew and understood everything. I know now how absolutely stupid that was, and it’s one of the things I’m most ashamed of. But I just couldn’t fathom how someone could be depressed without a cause–to be honest, I still can’t.

When I first accepted the fact that I was suffering from depression, I thought it was a punishment for being so naïve. I, like most I think, was looking for a “reason,” because society has decided that depression isn’t a real thing. But it is–it’s just a harder to sickness to fight because of the stigma that surrounds it.
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