Moving Forward.

Since the last post here, my book Master of the Spirit, has been sent to online sales. A big Thank you to all that have already purchased this book. It is getting good reviews and I am open to comments and questions here on the blog. As for you here I will say that yes there is a sequel in the works and I must say I love the intro. I want to give you a little glimpse of the other main character Mani Davis.

   Mani Davis was a typical young man until his mother became sick. He vowed to his mother, to make the best out of the life that he was given. As she became worse he cleaned up. No more parties, no more recklessness. He devoted his time to taking care of his mother while she fought for her life. When she passed it was Matthews friendship that kept him on the promised path. He became a music sensation with his heart felt lyrics. When He purchased his club looking for other opportunities he ran into Master Nu and his unusual proposition. He had already became friends with some of the locals in the area. Mani became family to one in particular. Dede, she had quickly become the second mother he was pleased to have. As Master Nu kept on about training and becoming a guardian, he knew there was more to this strangers story. He and Mathew would keep the enemy close, watching and waiting.

I really am thankful for the support! I hope you enjoyed the journey and even it’s frustrations as I did. The book is on Amazon and at Barnes and Noble. You can also get it straight from Dorrance. The actual promotion will be March 30. Not quite sure what they have planned, but I am sure I will enjoy the journey.

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And this is who I am….

I was struggling to decide on who to write about next. So, I gave it some in-depth thought.  I figured you have heard enough about Lulu, Gram, Dede, and you will learn about Master Nu. I am not ready to go into Mani as of yet maybe after this one. So I figured that the next best would be for me to introduce Matthew.  Now where to start…..

The beginning…

Matthew knew from a young age that he was different. He was always good at physical activities. The problem wasn’t that he was good at them, the problem is he could feel everything. He knew when someone was coming, knew if they were a threat of not. He was always deemed a giant because of his size, and that’s why others tried to sneak up on him and beat him up. Unfortunately for the poor kid wanting a fight, Matthew also knew how to battle with whit and agility, not just bruit strength. And as the years went on along with the foster homes he found his best friend.

Now Matthew knows just what he is, he is a spirit hunter by blood. But being raised as a foster child he grew into his own man. Made his own choices and dared anyone to tell him he was wrong. He never became the hunter he was supposed to be, mainly because of his friend/brother Mani.

As a hunter Matthew was to seek out the Spirit guardians and their spirit and destroy them. So the legend goes… But Matthew had been with Mani when he seen exactly what happened when one of the spirits were killed. From then on he made his vow to protect them at all cost. So when his best friend is to become his enemy, it only makes his bond to Mani stronger.

Because this is my destiny, this is who I am.

More in book 2 about their past.  ENJOY

 

Not long now!

Well December is around the corner. I can not be any happier with the way the pages have turned out. They made me swell with pride to see my name and the title of the book incorporated on the pages.   Love the way the writing gives the fiction feel to the story. So as a count down to the release of the book I have decided to list each character and a little about them, and to explain their role in this story. So I will start with the eldest male of this story. He isn’t in the book a whole lot, but he is important for the end and the future of the book to follow Master of the Spirit. (which is in the making Master of the Spirit/ The New Rein)

Rese Ren.

Rese is the eldest living of the remaining elders of the protectors of the spirit world. He has only one enemy. His spirit is the oldest among them all and his name is Nile. Their element is water and they have been together for many decades. Rese is not a man who is easy to be around and is even more uncomfortable around his own kind. But when he is needed Rese won’t let the spirit world down..

Hope you enjoy a little about Rese.

When I get to Pharaoh I will finally tell you all, just what kind of spirits these special people (Lulu , Rese) protect…

I apologizes for the long delay in a new post, I have been working on moving my mom into her new home and my new career as a CCHT.  I am back and excited to share who these colorful characters are in this fun book.

Random pick

Hello and welcome back. Tonight I decided to do another random blog about the book. Since the page proofs I have not heard from Dorrance yet. December is still the release month yet I don’t have the date as of right now. Tonight’s blog is rather funny because no matter how old we get we always have someone else to answer to. And our young rebellious Lulu is no different. (even though she detests it, lol) So here is another little snip-it from the book.
Again- the reminder all parts of this book is protected by copy right.
This particular part is when Matthew and Mani had stepped into Lulu’s business and made it their own. Lulu was not very happy and decided to go into a snit about it. This is where she tells Matthew that she just might go out and find some other form of entertainment.
ENJOY 🙂
“Yeah, you might do that. Then again, you might get put over a couple pairs of knees for doing just that.”
A few words rapidly came to my lips, and I instantly bit down on them. Because I knew very well that Matthew was more than capable of doing just that. And he would totally enjoy the embarrassment that it would cause me.
“Fine!”
And on that note, I went home. As I stomped my way home, I heard Matthew tell me that he would see me tomorrow. I swear the top of my head was going to blow. Here I was a grown woman, and I had everyone around me telling me what I was going to do.
“Ugh!”
Have a wonderful week and see you again soon!

Far and few

Tonight I decided to reflect on a few things. How many times, have you stopped and really taken a moment to reflect on the simple things in life that make you happy. Simple as a child’s’ giggle, a snowflake, stars on a beautiful night, or that moment that gives you a feeling of “Yeah that makes it worth it!”.  If we are lucky we have someone to share these moments with. So tonight’s blog is about enjoying a simple thing in life. Something that just makes you chuckle. Enjoy!

“Matthew said you were up. Why didn’t you call?”
“I am eating. I ordered the most expensive thing on your menu. And I don’t want it to get cold, so I am eating.”
“Broccoli soup is hardly the most expensive thing on the menu. Besides you don’t like any of the expensive things on my menu. You don’t like prime rib or oysters.”
“Why the hell would you want to eat that crap?”
“Well, they’re very romantic, and the oysters are an aphrodisiac—not that I need it, mind you.”
“Well, you still can keep them; I’ll stick with my soup.”
This had him laughing. It was good to hear him laugh. The times that Mani truly laughed were few and far between.

 

Is he a friend, or is he more ?

I decided to introduce another character from Master of the spirit. Remember when you were younger and there was always the guy (or girl) next door. You were definitely friends but should you be more? What happens when you don’t feel the same way about each other? Lulu and Justin have been friends for years. His mother was good friends with Dede (Lulu’s mother). When is, enough, enough! How far should you let things slide before you end the relationship completely? Here is a glimpse of Justin. Enjoy!

We made the signs, and Justin sat next to me by the counter. I tried to avoid getting too close to him, hoping we wouldn’t have to do the “just friends” talk again. So far, it was working. I avoided a few instances by helping customers and by keeping on the move. It was about a half hour later that I heard the back door of the store open. I didn’t worry about it because there were only a select few who had a key to get into the back. I figured it was my mom coming back from her all-important meeting. But it wasn’t. And to my great relief, it interrupted Justin’s beginning of the “Let’s give it another chance” speech.

Hope you liked the brief look at Justin. There is so much more…….