This book is bargain priced from 03/02/2014 until 03/09/2014
Destiny: it doesn’t really matter if your mother kills you first.
Ever since Samantha Winthrop’s mother moved them to Lacuna Valley, supposedly in search of better weather, the list of strange questions she has no answers for has been growing out of control.
Does her little sister, Violet, have the ability to make things happen just by “praying” for them? Are Sam’s dreams really predicting the future? Is she destined to marry the boy she just met, and what is the mysterious orb that he’s guarding? Why does she get the impression that there are dangerous creatures watching from the woods?
While Sam should be focusing on answering those questions, there is one other that makes them seem almost irrelevant: Is her mother planning on killing her and Violet?
Targeted Age Group: 15 years +
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What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Stop listening to advice 🙂 Do what you want to do. I don’t mean don’t use editors and beta readers and take in opinions, but make sure you’re always checking with yourself and your vision whether you’re making writing or publishing decisions.
Faith McKay writes quirky paranormal stories with guts. She is the author of PROPHECY GIRL and its new sequel, LIBERTY BOUND, a story where characters struggle with the idea of having a destiny. In comparison, she feels really lucky that her destiny was to struggle with comma placement and be that awkward lady who points out puns at parties.
Other things to know about Faith… She wears two different colored shoes. She is a survivor of child abuse. She has lived with chronic illness for over a decade. A lot of people don’t like her because she laughs too much. It’s also the reason a lot of other people do like her, so go figure. She listens to more music than people are probably supposed to. She’s a nomad. The word sounds really cool, so a lot of people say it, but she actually lives in an RV with her husband and their pet bunny rabbit, Dorian Gray.
If you’d like to know more about Prophecy Girl or Faith McKay, visit her website at FaithMcKay.net
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I’ve written Prophecy Girl in several different ways over the years. It wasn’t always a paranormal book, but the guts of the story were still there. Prophecy Girl is a paranormal young adult story about someone who is abused and has to learn to stand up. As a child abuse survivor myself, this story has always been with me.