I’m excited to bring you guys the cover for Danielle Sibarium’s latest book Regret Me Not. I was lucky enough to read the first chapter and all I can say is I’m hooked. I cannot wait for this book to be released. Here is the beautiful cover for you to enjoy.
For Mackenzie Green life is full of regrets; regrets from choices she made in the past, regrets for the things she’ll never see in her future. She regrets letting her grades slip when her sister was in rehab, ensuring she’ll never break away from the rumor run, small town she lives in. She regrets breaking up with her future football famed boyfriend Brayden Turner out of fear of getting hurt, but most of all she regrets every decision she made leading up to the night that changed her life forever.
It’s only after Brayden cuts her off completely that Mackenzie realizes how much she wants him in her life.
Can Mackenzie find the courage to learn from her mistakes and move forward of will she spend her days consumed with regrets? Is it too late to convince Brayden she wants him in her life and that she’s in it for the long haul? Most of all, can she accept that sometimes bad things happen no matter how hard you try to protect yourself from them? Can she put it all behind her or will she live an unfulfilled life full of regrets?
About the Author:
Danielle Sibarium grew up as an only child of divorced parents in Brooklyn, New York. Her imagination was developed at an early age. Surrounded by stuffed animals and imaginary friends, she transported herself into a fantasy world full of magic and wonder. Books were the gateway between her play world and reality. On any given summer afternoon she became Snow White sweeping and cooking for the dwarfs, or Cinderella waiting for the prince. Danielle always loved dialogue and in elementary school began writing plays and short stories. This is when she began to understand she could not only bring her fantastical world to life for herself, but she could enchant others as well. And so she wrote. She wrote and wrote and wrote. Sadly the first piece she ever sent out for publication of any sort was a letter to the editor of The Home News Tribune. It was a piece of thanking the first responders for their bravery and selflessness on Sept. 11th. It was chosen as letter of the week. In 2007 Danielle collaborated with Charlotte Doreen Small to write songs for her CD More. Danielle wrote the lyrics for Take My Hand, and Goodbye, while Charlotte contributed the melody. In October 2011 Danielle’s debut novel For Always was released. She has since released The Heart Waves Trilogy, Heart Waves, Breaking Waves, and Waves of Love. Danielle graduated from Farleigh Dickinson University with honors, and currently lives in New Jersey with her husband and three children.
Time for three new songs to tickle your writing senses. I just want to clarify none of the songs I pick for Music Wednesday are brand new. Basically because I don’t listen to the radio (Thank you iPod) and have no idea what new songs are out. They’re just songs I pick that have influenced me in the past or are currently influencing me in my writing. So here you go. Enjoy!
As an author I’m always looking for the perfect song to inspire my writing. I don’t know if I could ever write without music. So I thought why not share some of these songs that have inspired me. Each week I’ll share three songs with you. Maybe your next book idea will be inspired by it.
Skipping Stone by Alexz Johnson.
Take Me Dancing by The Maine
Holding On by The Parlor Mob
Let me know what you think or which one was your favorite.
I am so excited to bring to you my new cover for my first New Adult book Wreck Me designed by Mae I Design. I can’t wait for it’s release in May 2014. Until then enjoy the cover.
All Piper Walker wants is to feel normal again, and for the pain of losing the one person she truly loved to go away. But no matter what she does she feels like she keeps hitting a wall of hurt.
Chase Whitman has finally moved back to town after running away from his troubled home life. He’s trying to fill the emptiness in his heart with all the wrong women, making sure he doesn’t fall in love with any of them.
Now in her sophomore year of college, Piper is trying all she can to right all the wrongs she has done the past year. Which includes almost getting thrown out of school, becoming distant from her best friend, and moving way too quickly with her boyfriend.
After a night of heavy drinking Piper wakes up to find Chase in bed with her. She panics and runs off hoping never to see him again. Little does she know Chase will invade her life in every way possible and become the person she needs the most.
Will they be able to fill the void in each other? Or will their past wreck everything?
Today is a day to celebrate! Paranormal Keepers is officially released. I was lucky to read an advance copy of this book and all I can say is I honestly loved every page. I was glued to my bed reading it. Yes I got very little sleep. Paranormal Keepers spooked me is a good way. Make sure to get your copy. Trust me you’ll be hooked from the very first page.
Everyone thinks Harper Young killed her boyfriend. No one will say it to her face, but the signs are everywhere.
It’s almost been a year since Gavin was torn from Harper’s arms and brutally murdered. The police wrote it off as a freak accident, deciding Harper’s strange testimony was given under duress. But she knows something unnatural was involved and refuses to stop looking until she finds his killer, even if it means her reputation as a senior is ruined. Even if it means there really are monsters living among us.
With the discovery of the mothmen, witches, vampires and all the creatures she always suspected were out there, Harper finds herself amidst a complex bundle of unseen heroes who call themselves “Keepers”, sworn to keep the secret of the paranormal creatures that walk this earth. As she tries to understand what’s so special about her that she’s able to break an old Keeper law, Harper has a baffling vision of kissing a mysterious guy before a blade is brought down on him. Before she can get a handle on her future, she becomes central to a battle between the questionable “heroes” and the evil she’s been training to fight, leaving her to wonder if there’s any way to change the fate that has been foretold before it’s too late.