Video Trailer for Follow Me: Poetry from the Heart and Soul

I finally finished the video trailer for my new book. It took a bit to get it to upload to Youtube and to Facebook, but here it is!  Let me know what you think and if you get a moment, stop in to Youtube and give it a thumbs up.  Thank you!

Wonderful news from Smashwords!

My book of poetry

Hello Everyone!

I got word from Smashwords today that my book was accepted into their premium catalog! That means it will be sent out to distributors such as Barnes and Noble, Apple and Sony within the next couple weeks. Amazon on the other hand may take a bit since they are working out some sort of digital issue between the two sites. No matter. If it takes too long to get there, I will put out a separate edition to be on Amazon, but for now, you can get the electronic version for your kindles all from the Smashwords website.

To celebrate, I have decided to offer the book for 37% off the list price from now until January 14th.  By using the following coupon code, you can get the electronic version of your choice for only $2.50.  Here is the code JB53Y

Feel free to share the code with your friends and let me know what you think of my poetry.  Is there one poem in particular that “speaks” to you?  I would love to get your feedback! Go ahead and leave a review on Smashwords if you like.

Thank you all for sharing in this with me!

Tammy

Considering adding another book to the Now and Forever series…

I had such a great time writing the short story “A Christmas Miracle for Jake” that I have been mulling over in my brain the idea to expand upon it.  I was tinkering around with the idea of making it part of the Now and Forever series, but as a prequel.  Jacob’s story really needs to be told.  How did he become such a broken man unable to trust his own heart?

In For the Love of Quinn, I touched upon his story a bit through conversations between Jake and his brother Eric and other characters.  The woman who broke his heart and nearly drove Jake to kill himself keeps coming up in my head.  Julia Santos is a piece of work.  She is the classic “mean girl” all grown up and even more evil, sort of like Sharon Stone’s character in Basic Instinct.  Catherine Tramell was wild, devastatingly beautiful, used to getting what she wanted when she wanted it no matter the costs.  For her, murder was not off limits.  Would it be for Julia? I think the idea that a man would nearly die in a motorcycle accident because he was so distraught over seeing her with another man would be just the kind of thing to get her juices flowing.

Oh, now my mind is definitely going there!

While Jake is in his coma and on The Island with Quinn, Julia is busy stirring up trouble in the real world for him and his family.  Unfortunately for her, she doesn’t know that the Hartley family has two Angels watching over them and Jake.  Of course there is Karma and Lady Fate waiting to get their claws into Ms. Santos!

Okay, looks like I got some writing to do! I am going with the title The Island for now. Any other ideas?