Welcome back to Weekend Writing Warriors, the weekly blog hop where authors share 8-10 sentences of their current, upcoming, or newly released work. I’m still continuing with Obsidian Sky, last of the Dark Sky books. We’re back with Sawyer again, who has to gently turn down Abby (the baby sister of the girl he loves) to stay behind rather than help him scavenge..
“But I can help scavenge,” she insisted. “I’m small and can fit in places you can’t.”
I smiled at her. “I know you can, but I need you to stay here until I know it’s safe. Claire would never forgive me if something happened to you.” I looked down. “I would never forgive myself.”
Abby bit her lower lip, torn between listening to me and ignoring me––probably like her sister would have.
She whimpered softly then threw her arms around my neck. She squeezed tightly, as if she were afraid I wouldn’t come back.
The final struggle against the Hellions has arrived. A trapped engineer and a desperate marauder scramble to fight an enemy with unspeakable power on its side. Time is running out, and one world will be destroyed…
After sacrificing herself to save the lives of her friends and family, Claire Abernathy struggles to outwit her Hellion captors. They torment and terrify her into working on a weapon with the sole purpose of obliterating the world, friends, and love she has struggled to save. If Claire has any chance of saving those she loves, she must delve deeper into the Hellion world, and witness nightmares she could never imagine.
In Westraven, Sawyer Kendric is desperate to find the woman he loves. To do so, he must finally embrace his family’s atrocious past and heal the wounds it has caused. He will be forced to make new allies, uncover secrets that change all he knows, and find the courage to lead a ragtag crew into the darkest, deadliest battle of their lives.
Claire and Sawyer fight to save their broken world in the final installment of the epic DARK SKY trilogy.
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In other exciting news, Crimson Sky and Storm Born have both been nominated for We Said It Literary Reviews 2016 Readers Choice Awards! I’m absolutely thrilled about this, since it came out of the blue!
As for writing, things have been absolute madness lately. I’m rushing this blog post because I have to help a friend move, organized a party for 10 people on a whim, and am scrambling to get my short story for The Shadow Omnibus completed since it’s waaaaaay past its deadline, as is my urban fantasy story. I told myself I would have the short story done a week ago, and the urban fantasy re-write is due on Tuesday. Yes, these are self-imposed deadlines, but I needed to train myself to meet them since deadlines in professional writing are extremely important. To make myself feel better, I’m indulging in chocolate and typing scarily fast.
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