Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Cover Reveal - 10 Years

Cover reveal time!
You know I love my Bethany Lopez novels, so I'm so excited to bring you the cover reveal for the next book in her A Time for Love series, 10 Years! I have the rest of this series in several formats (including a signed copy of every book in the series lol) and cannot wait for this one!

*Warning* This book contains some scenes that may be hard to read. This story is meant for readers 18 and older

Excerpt at end of post

Title: 10 Years (Time for Love #5)
Author: Bethany Lopez
Age Group: NA
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Cover Designer: B Designs

A lot can happen in 10 years, and Gwen and Craig have been there for each other through it all, from meeting on the playground to juggling college finals. But their long-standing friendship hasn't been without its challenges.

Gwen keeps her emotions locked down tight, and when someone hurts her, she shuts down and shuts them out. Craig has always been her hero, but when one night leaves her broken, she realizes he has the power to hurt her the most.

Unable to get past Gwen's emotional barriers, Craig focuses on baseball and reaching for his dreams, but he misses his best friend. He wonders if he'll ever have the same relationship he did with the girl he met ten years ago.

When the barriers finally come down and their true feelings are revealed, will they finally become the couple everyone says they're destined to be, or will the darkness from Gwen's past tear them apart forever?

COVER REVEAL MATERIALS: 10 Years by Bethany Lop

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Series Reading Order:

8 Weeks
21 Days
42 Hours
15 Minutes
10 Years ~ Releasing, Feb 3, 2015


Award-Winning Author Bethany Lopez began self-publishing in June 2011. Since then she has published various YA and NA books. She is a lover of romance, family, and friends, and enjoys incorporating those things in what she writes. When she isn't reading or writing, she loves spending time with her husband and children, traveling whenever possible.

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Excerpt ~ Gwen

His lips were softer than I’d ever imagined, and I’d imagined them a lot. At least once a day since I turned thirteen, maybe more.

I brought a hand up to touch his cheek gently, worried that too much movement on my part would bring him back to reality, and he’d pull away.

I could taste beer on his breath, but I didn’t mind. He moved closer, his hand on my back drawing me in so our chests touched. I took a sharp breath at the contact, amazed at how good it felt.

This was the first time I’d kissed, or touched another guy since that night with Brad at his party, but it was apples and oranges in comparison. With Craig I didn’t have one second of doubt, I knew I wanted his lips on mine, and now that I’d had a taste, I didn’t know how I’d ever be able to go back to the way things used to be.

I hoped he felt the same.

“Can I touch you, Gwennie?” Craig asked, his hand at the hem of my t-shirt.

His breath against my ear caused goosebumps to break out over my sensitive flesh.

“Yes,” I responded, my voice barely a whisper.

His hand was cool against my heated stomach and I shivered as he ran it up towards my breasts, which became heavy in anticipation of his touch.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Starting over with a finished product

Once upon a time, a woman wrote a story. She planned on it being read by her parents, maybe her relatives, and maybe a handful of friends. There was never a second book that went along with it, and there was certainly not a business in her mind.

Then there were two books, and then three, and then a fourth in the works, and possible a novella, and the business grew.

Where is this all leading? My newest, biggest project (you know, other than writing two more books which I hope to have published this year) : the re-release of the Land of Kaldalangra series! The books will be a different size (I've come to find I love 5 by 8's a lot more than 6 by 9's) and will have cohesive covers. I'm also battling with adding a few scene's to The Lady of Steinbrekka to fill in a few plot holes.

I'm very excited about this, and I think you guys are going to love the result, except for my father who probably won't talk to me for changing the cover of The Lady of Steinbrekka. Just kidding, he has to talk to me, he's my dad.