See your scars as proof that you made it…not evidence that you almost didn’t.

Monday, October 25, 2010

In an odd place

Halloween. I love it. Really. I’m a total sucker for scary movies, and ghosts, and all things paranormal. Probably because I don’t believe in any of it. Not really. I’ve never seen a ghost. I’ve never had an encounter. I did have a boyfriend sort of read my mind one time. “Remember the Party? It’s killing me.” His name was Carey and he refuses to speak to me, which is sad. He’s in NYC where I will be in a few weeks. I wish I could see him,

…but I digress…

Mothman Prophecies is on. This is an amazing movie. I forgot how deep this goes. In fact, it’s straight up freaking me out. It always comes back to that.. the tricks that our minds play on us are far more fighting than reality. The hairs on the back of our neck standing up…that feeling. We all have it. Someone/something is there. Is there? Someone there? Who knows.

Wake up, Number Thirty Seven
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Monday, October 18, 2010

3 for 1

Since I am so close to meeting the required amount of copies sold, I am going to do something crazy. From now until 10/31, if you email me a proof of purchase for Sarah’s Fate, I will reply to that email with Emmy’s Song and Emmy’s Heart for FREE. My publisher requires that I sell a certain number of my release for an opportunity to be in print so it has to be Sarah’s Fate that you purchase for the three for one deal.

Buy Link:

If you’re still on the fence, here are some reviews for the books:

Emmy’s Song (4 ½ graves)

Emmy’s Heart (4 graves)

Early review for Sarah’s Fate from my favorite blogger/book reviewer, Lexie

Send your proof of purchase to!

Thank you all =)
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Friday, October 15, 2010

Christy's New Friend

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I’ve said before, many times actually, that I would never, ever like anyone who didn’t like Twilight. Well, that theory has been debunked. I recently met an extremely interesting, funny, kind, loving, thoughtful, smart (insert other positive adjectives here) …person who hates Twilight. Like, throws up in her mouth when I talk about it hates it. She is a writer as well, so we did have something in common right of the bat, but there was more to it for me. She is one of those folks that people just want to be around. Now, she is the stereotype I mentioned before. Sad, been through a lot, has a hard time with happy, but she holds all of that on the inside. On the outside she is just cool. Just, John Travolta in Grease, Patrick Swayze in the Outsiders, cool.

I’m rather shocked to be honest, I never thought I’d see the day but she is the other half of my spectrum. I am romantic to a fault. Love never fails, it’s all for love, believe in love…all of that. She is a love is Santa Clause for adults, be a realist, kind of person. She balances me out, and balances my writing out. We are working on some things together, just hashing out ideas right now, but they are going to be good. I can already tell. She’s into screenplays and such and with her unyielding pessimism and my undying optimism, it should be just my kind of verbal schizophrenia.
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