Totally smitten with the cover…
Gabby (Safe Haven Wolves, Book 1) by Sherry Foster, narrated by Jacq Ainsworth released in September in the Paranormal romance genre.
She’s on the run. She’s being hunted. If only she knew why.
Trey’s only goal is to protect his pack. When a young shifter female moves into his territory, it raises a million questions. Who is she? Doesn’t she know how dangerous it is to travel alone and unprotected? Where did she come from, and what kind of danger did she bring with her?
Time is running out as Gabby’s first transformation nears. Trey must walk a knife edge between protecting her from harm and convincing her of what she is.
He also has to convince her she isn’t going crazy so she will give his pack a chance, and maybe give him a chance. After all, shifter females are scarce. They have to be protected at all costs.
Failure is not an option.
But will the rabbit hole she’s tumbling down prove too much for her to handle?
Grab your copy today and find out.
About the Author: Sherry Foster
Writing is a full time wonderful job. But when your only help has 4 legs and sharp claws, it can be a bit stressful. Raccoons are less help than toddlers when it comes to computers. Much less helpful. With two grown children who have gifted her with 10 amazing grandchildren Sherry tries to fit in spending the right amount of time with the children with writing the books the characters are screaming about in her head.
Top Ten Perks of being an Author
by Sherry Foster
1- You can write anywhere as long as you take your computer with you. I know authors who write using a tablet or their phone. This allows me to write while I am home and write while I visit my boyfriend half a country away from home. Honestly being an author is the only thing that allows me time to visit him. Before I became an author I was a truck driver. Five foot tall is not a typical truck driver, especially not in the field I specialized in but I did that for years. Just about the time I was able to quit truck driving and take up being a full time author my boyfriend got a job in the oil field 1800 miles away. This job allows me to have a life I didn’t have before.
2- As long as you have an internet connection you can work on everything else you need to do to be an author. And since writing is only a small part of being an independently published author there is a lot of stuff you have to do to succeed.
3- So many beautiful covers to choose from. One of my friends is a cover artist and she is constantly posting cover I NEED. I mean, I don’t write in that genre, but I could. One of the funniest posts we had was after book 8 was published. I had cried and whined to her about my characters not cooperating and swore that my fans were going to jump ship on me when they read the book. I write about wolf shifters but book 8 deviated greatly from my plan. She posted an alien romance cover and I wanted it. She said, but you don’t write alien romance. I said, yeah, you haven’t read book 8. Two alien races mate in that book. She said, no wonder you are worried your readers will revolt on you.
4 – You set your hours. I am a night owl so if I want to start work at midnight and work till daylight, I can, and I do when I am home. In North Dakota I set my hours around my boyfriend.
5- You meet amazing people in the same business as you.
6- You find incredible fans who have amazing stories of their own to tell.
7- You can kill off people in your books for great stress reliever. Looking at a friend and telling them they are going to die in your next book is hilarious. Telling a friend you are going to start a new series just so you can kill them again is also funny. I have a couple of people who have to die again because, well, not sure authors need a reason to kill off their friends.
8- Other authors completely understand when you complain your characters are not cooperating with your story. Especially if you have this nice story planned out and the characters go off the rails while you stare in shock at the screen trying to figure out when you ceased to control the story.
9- People don’t think your browsing history is strange once they find out you’re an author.
10 No pants required. Well, I mean, sometimes you have to meet people and for some reason people expect you to wear pants when you go out, but going to work in your pajamas is amazing.
About the Narrator: Jacq Ainsworth
Trained in Theatre and Literature at UBC and in Voice Over and Acting Technique from actors working in the Film and TV industry. Jacq Ainsworth is a producer and director in Vancouver. From Fringe to Shakespear to indie thrillers, Jacq has enjoyed working in many aspects of the Performing Arts.
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