A awesome new book i just discovered.I`m thankful to Goodreads,because,every single day i see some awesome book,and also i can talk with the author of that book.So..here we go again.
Just look to the cover.It`s simple amazing.Foe me, the cover it`s very important.Why?I that kind of girl that doesn't read the description if i don`t like the cover.Silly,huh?
This year i propose my self to read diversity books.And i read plenty.And this book it`s one of them.So take a look,and the interview too.And we have a giveaway to!Thanks to Mindy!
Widowed at twenty-five, Sawyer Hartwell has no choice but to return to her hometown. Broke and alone, the intention was to heal and find herself again, but how can she heal in a place filled with so much sorrow and memories she yearns to forget?
Dean Preston has regretted leaving Willowhaven since the day he rode off on his motorcycle six years ago, destroying the only love he had ever known. Returning too late, he's found small comfort in a new life with Lily, but with Sawyer back he's not sure of anything anymore.
The time has come for Sawyer and Dean to face the past, to learn from their mistakes. The road to healing is paved with old wounds, each one threatening to tear them down completely. Carrying their own scars close to their hearts, they must both confront what's gone before or lose their second chance.
The measure of who we are is what we survive. Who we become is up to us.
Coming November 2013
1.Please, tell us your name, the city you are born and the books you write.I’m Mindy Hayes and I was born in San Diego, California. I write YA fantasy and NA contemporary romance.
2. How did you become a writer?
English was always my favorite subject in school. Most likely because it was a subject I was actually good at. One day it sort of came to me that I wanted to be a writer. So, I turned to my husband and said, “I’m going to write a book.” He looked at me a little funny because I’d never been much of a reader or writer when we were dating or engaged, but he nodded and said, “Okay.”
3. Who inspired you to write?
It’s so cliché that I don’t even want to say it, but it was Stephenie Meyer...haha. I was never even much of a reader before I read Twilight. It sparked something inside of me. I pulled out my laptop nearly six years ago and have barely gone a day without writing since.
4. How old were you when you wrote the first book?
I was twenty-four when I finished Kaleidoscope, my first YA fantasy. Though, I wrote a several unpublishable books before that which will never see the light of day…haha.
5. Your favorite books?
Lots of people say picking a favorite book is too hard, but I have three that I could say hands down are my favorite. If I Stay by Gayle Forman, The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, and my all time favorite--On The Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta.
6. What inspired you to write Me After You?
It’s hard for me to answer this question without getting too personal, but sometimes in life certain things happen to us that we have no control over. It's how we react to those situations that make us into the people we are today. I went through a period of time where I questioned how I would ever be happy again and somewhere during that time Me After You was born.
7.Why did you write this book?
Sawyer crawled into my head while I was finishing Ember, a book in my Faylinn series, and was pretty persistent in making sure her story was told. I was all on track to finish two other books, but this Me After You came through stronger. Sawyer became my soul sister. If I was having a particularly rough day I turned to her. It was a book that begged to be written. I’d never really experienced that until Me After You and that’s how I knew it had to be finished.
8. A message for your fans?
Thank you. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Without readers it would take a lot more inspiration to write. Knowing you have someone to write for, that’s rooting for you, makes it that much more worth it. So, thank you for you support!
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