REBRANDING as Lauren Lynne, young adult author

Well friends, you heard it here first!  I am rebranding myself as…

Lauren Lynne, young adult author.

Writing is an interesting business and I’m still learning.  I hope to ALWAYS learn.  I’ve been a little quiet lately because I have read so many articles that tell me the best advertising I can do is to write more books… SO that is what I’m doing.  I have three books in the works.  I want to get them out to you as fast as I can but I want what you get to be worth it!  My goal is to release three books in 2014 but if they aren’t ready then we’ll roll forward into 2015.

When I first published Visions, book one of the Secret Watchers series, in September of 2012 all of my efforts in advertising were put into The Secret Watchers brand.  Over the last seventeen months I have learned that it is the author that I need to market.  (At least if I plan to write other books AND YES I do plan to write more!)

I am working on books four and five of The Secret Watchers series and I am creating a dystopian.  Book four of The Secret Watchers is going through a round of edits right now.

Always learning… Always growing!

Big hugs, Secret Watchers fans!!!

I highly recommend The Scare by Robert Shaw

If you haven’t yet read The Scare by indie author Robert Shaw… what on earth are you waiting for?  5 out of 5 stars!

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Wow!  The aptly named The Scare by Robert Shaw kept me up at night… reading!  The Scare is well written and engaging.  I wanted to see what would happen next and the intensity of it held me captive.  The protagonist, Ethan, is haunted by the murder of his little brother.  He finds someone who understands in a new girl who moves to town with her own closet full of skeletons.  They share broken pasts and try together to survive the present where the local bully torments everyone at school but has turned his sights on Ethan and his friends. When a series of grisly murders begins, Ethan suspects the town bully but doubts that anyone would believe him especially now that the town bully is dead.  If you haven’t yet read this… buy a copy.  I’m not sorry that I did!