I hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend. The weather wasn't so great this morning here, but at least by afternoon it was sunny out. I even got a chance to go out and ride my new beach cruiser bicycle that my husband bought me for our 5-year anniversary today. Yes, some women get jewelry but I get a really awesome, old fashioned white bike with a pink seat and handlebars. (Wicker basket attachment included)
[Insert happy dance here]
So while I was out, pedaling my way through town, I just couldn't stop thinking about how excited I still am about being signed by Tell-Tale Publishing.
As of right now I haven't started edits yet but I look forward to them. I say that now, but of course once I actually get edits I might be slightly discouraged. But its all about getting to the end result that will hopefully make all you readers out there happy.
I wish I could give everyone who keeps asking me a release date, but as of right now I don't have one.I just ask that you bare with me and I promise you sooner or later you'll get a chance to hear Kale's story.
In the meantime, stay tuned to my blog for further updates. I promise to keep everyone up to date with where my book stands.
And for anyone who doesn't know what my YA Paranormal novel is about check out the following
( This blurb can also be found on the tell-tale publishing website along with my author profile. http://www.tell-talepublishing.com/natalie-carlisle.html )
" Kale Rollins’ life has become a living nightmare. As if it wasn’t awkward enough being an adopted normal kid in a family of purebred shapeshifters, he was now being transferred to a new school made solely for their kind. And it gets worse. He must attend this school under the pretense that he too is a shapeshifter, in order to “babysit” his fourteen year old brother who has suddenly shifted a year earlier than expected.
However, with the new found knowledge that shapeshifting families are mysteriously disappearing, Kale wonders if attending Emerson Fox Academy is actually as safe as it seems.
Before he even reaches the school, he finds himself in the middle of a feud that could become life-threatening to him and his brother.
Unexpectedly friendships are formed as he chooses a side - So are enemies.
There is one girl though through it all that makes him want to stay. Except the closer he gets to Lavallette Waters, the harder it is to keep up his façade.
As secrets start to unravel around him, Kale wonders what will happen next…
Will “babysitting” his brother be the death of him?
Can he really trust Lavallette?
And how much more time do they have before someone they care about disappears? "