Since everyone has been so incredibly supportive I thought that I would surprise you with a new teaser. For those of you who have already read the book or purchased – thank you by the way – I will be posting the Prologue for Unglued, the sequel to Holding On, as soon as my Facebook page hits 300 likes. We have along way to go to get there so if everyone could encourage their friends who love to read to check out my page I would very much appreciate it.
So, exciting things are happening right now. I sold my first book the very first day that it was available on the Tate website. Yeah! I have 20 books that will be arriving at my house in a few days and most of them are already spoken for. I have my very first giveaway going on right now (ends in 7 days) on my Facebook page. I am also contributing to a giveaway that a fellow author, Britney King, is hosting. You not only get to win a signed copy of Holding On but you also get to win a copy of her amazing book Bedrock.
Also, I am in the process of setting up my first official book signing. I have the date and the location pretty much set but there are still a few details to work out.
Best of all, I have had 5 amazing bloggers agree to review Holding On. I am now anxiously (and quite honestly nervously) awaiting to see what they thought.
So, in light of all the amazing support that I am receiving, the largest amount being from all of you, I am going to post a sneak peak. I hope you enjoy it and like I said before… once the Facebook page reaches 300 likes I will post the Prologue to Unglued.
He grabbed my hand and placed it over his heart. He didn’t have to say anything. I knew what he was trying to say; he had said it the last time we had said good-bye. I knew he meant it with all his heart, and to show him that I felt the same, I mimicked his gesture. Our foreheads met in the middle, and we just sat there for what felt like forever, saying good-bye, without any words.
With a final wave after he got through security, he turned and headed to his gate. He was on his way back home with part of my heart in tow. I wanted to run to him. I wanted one last hug, one last kiss. I wanted to go home with him. I wanted him to hold me forever and tell me that we would never be apart again. He was my solace, my comfort. I was completely torn between wanting more and wanting what we have. I questioned his decision as I watched him disappear into the thick crowd of travelers. Was this really what was best for us?