On Monday, December 21st, 2015, Everlasting was officially published on both CreateSpace and Amazon.
Keep a lookout for the Kindle version soon! I am hoping to have it released in the New Year.
Also, after I receive my package of books, I am planning to sell autographed copies of Everlasting for $10 each to anyone living in the Raleigh area who would like a copy. I will let you know when those are available–the package should arrive the first week of January 2016.
Once you have read Everlasting, please feel free to make a review on Goodreads or Amazon so I can know how you liked it and so others will know what to expect when purchasing this book!
Before I finish off this post, I would like to thank you for your support and especially to thank those who have invested so much in this work in particular!
Thank you so much to:
My grandma, Mamie, and my sisters, for always encouraging me and listening patiently as I talk constantly about my work, and especially to Sandrine for drawing and painting the beautiful cover.
My dad, for helping me with the technicalities, creating the awesome map and being patient with me.
My mom, for pushing me to continue on and finish whenever I felt discouraged and especially for volunteering to edit it one last time in a hurry before publication.
My friend, Samantha, who is always the first to read whatever I write and who gave me helpful feedback on this book.
My friend, Emory, who is always excited for me in anything related to my writing.
My cousin, Erin, for being my writing buddy and helping me in times of writer’s block with her endless supply of creative ideas.
My one of many inspirations, J.R.R. Tolkien, whose works of fantasy continue to inspire.
And especially to Aunt Andrea, my marvelous editor, who spent many hours of her free time going through this book more than once, coming alongside me with her ideas and knowledge to help me perfect this story and make it the very best it can be!
Another dream come true. In a way it was a “Christmas miracle” that Everlasting got published in time for the holidays and I am so glad that I finally get to share Malachi and Azalea’s story with you!