Thank you, everyone, for your patience. I know it’s been a long time coming, but The Promise is quickly coming to an end and being prepared to meet its deadline next Saturday. Once it’s uploaded, it will go through iBook and Amazon’s rigorous quality checks and be prepared for release on the 26th.
“Please tell me that you’re kidding.”
“I’m really not,” Jason said, folding his arms over his chest as he glared down at the small woman that better not try to leave that bed again.
“But I have to-”
“If you’d just let me explain, I-”
Hope everyone is well 🙂 I’ve been busty trying to finish The Promise. I’m loving this story and it’s quickly getting to the part where I am most likely going to cry, but I will push through! My goal is to still get this out this month, but if I can’t make that goal it will be early February. At this point, it looks good 🙂
Hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend 🙂
Last weekend I told you that there wouldn’t be a Chronicle this week, because my main focus is finishing The Promise, which is at 90%. Instead, I promised that you would get a look at The Promise for those of you who are interested and here it is:
Happy New Year’s!
There will be no Chronicle tonight, because I’ve been focused 100% on finishing The Promise: A Neighbor from Hell novel, which I am aiming for release this month. I’m not sure if I will make it, but I am damn well going to try. There will probably only be a few days notice when it happens, but I will make sure to post it.
In the interest of building a community, tell everyone a little about yourself.
“No,” Uncle Trevor said, as he stood there, rubbing his hands roughly down his face while she watched the small black puppy that would make the perfect Christmas present for Aunt Zoe as it fell over, shook it off, and quickly got back up and ran as fast as its three legs would carry it across the large box so that it could attack the large ball the shelter volunteer had given it.
“She’d love it,” Sebastian pointed out with a shrug as Mikey shifted her attention from the adoption center that the local animal shelter had set up to the rest of the mall and started to regret not going to school for that geometry test after all.
“No,” Uncle Trevor said, dropping his hands away from his face with a heavy sigh as he took in the large crowd of Christmas shoppers filling the mall with holiday cheer.
“Get in the truck,” came the demand that would have normally had her running the other way and yelling for her Dad, but since she had a math test waiting for her at school today …
Mikey turned around and climbed into the black pick-up truck, shoving her best friend out of the way in the process and once he accepted the fact that she was sitting next to the door, she shoved her backpack onto his lap, adjusted her baseball cap, put her seatbelt on, grabbed her baseball out of her bag, and sat back with a sigh and another wiggle to ensure that the large boy glaring at her understood that the large comfortable passenger seat was hers. He responded by tossing her bag in the back, unclipping her belt, picking her up and shifting towards the right before promptly depositing her in the middle where she was expected to use a lap belt and accept less than half the foot space while squeezing in between him and his father.
“The lady is all set,” Trevor bit out evenly to the waitress holding a decadent slice of chocolate fudge cake drizzled with raspberry sauce that looked really good as he leveled a glare on the man sitting at the table next to him, who was leaning over to pick up the spoon that he’d dropped, again.
“Of course,” the beautiful waitress that had been sending Trevor wistful glances all night, said with a smile and a nod before she walked away, taking the beautiful slice of cake with her.
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