Daily Archives: July 25, 2016

Ending Fear

There once was an author with a dream. She typed and typed. Then she deleted and typed some more. Edits were grueling. Often, she questioned her sanity. But one lovely day, she wrote the final word to her book and her heart soared.


My readers, meet my friend De–aka Deanna Fugett. We met through a writers critique group and she’s been a fantastic friend. Today, I have the pleasure of introducing you the cover reveal of her upcoming book “Ending Fear.”

Teenage girl portrait

Isn’t it beautiful?!

Here’s a brief summary:


“Fourteen-year-old Fear learns she was a parachute baby, dumped over the edge of the Gliding Lands as an infant. Running from her abusive Downer family, Fear discovers a new family. One who knows how to love. But then her new little sister is kidnapped and sold to a harem. Fear must go against her namesake and journey to the dreaded Gliding Lands before the little girl’s innocence is ripped from her forever. Can she save Happy in time?”
And here’s De, follwed by her bio:
Deanna Fugett Headshot
Deanna Fugett’s heart belongs to writing. Author of edgy YA Dystopian fiction with an underlying message of hope, this stay-at-home mom of four focuses on writing as much as humanly possible. She was published at the young age of six in a local newspaper and is excited to be published again. It only took twenty-six years. She enjoys the thrill of writing fiction that deals with intense topics and prays it will impact people for the better.
I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy of the book!
P.S. De has one of my all time favorite Twitter handles: @dutchessofdork3

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