Saturday, October 25, 2014

Cover Reveal: Becoming Us by Amy Daws

Ever read a great love story and wish that you could read about the couple before they found each other?

So did author, Amy Daws!


Becoming Us.....the sequel PREquel to, A Broken Us

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Prepare yourself for Brody and Finley....college days. Add to your Goodreads To Be Read Lists! ---> Becoming Us

Synopsis:

Finley has been grabbing coffee at Chaz's C-Store every morning for over a year. As a senior at K-State, she's found her groove on campus and not much can shake her. When basketball God, Jake LaShae, strolls into Chaz's, with his tall, broad, and lean bod...he gives Finley's dreams material for weeks.

Jake appears to only want a friendship, but Finley thinks if she's patient, it'll turn into more. Then, scandalously hot, Brody, stumbles into her path, barefoot no less. Finley thinks his silly but sexy mannerisms might just be what she never knew she wanted. Becoming Us takes you on a journey through all the fun and crazy drama that happens when you're a senior in college...and falling in love.

Quick Interview With the Author:

Why did you decide to write a sequel, PRE-quel? Besides the fact that I don’t think 99.9% of the things I do through? Well, the fact is, A Broken Us was a story in my head that I was aching to tell. I was ready to write it! So I did…in like two weeks. It was madness. It’s is an epic love story that begins when Brody and Finley are already many years into a relationship. But of course (title gives it away here), the story starts with a break up. So it’s about Finley’s journey to finding true love again. So it still reads like a wonderful, suspenseful, twisty, turny stand-alone love story! So, I released it. And it has been AWESOME hearing how much people love it! The reviews are amazing. It’s my debut novel, I’m incredibly proud of it. 

Then what happened? Then this weird voice in the back of my head (that sounded NOTHING like Gollum from Lord of the Rings, I swear) kept saying…college, college, COLLEGE. Go back to college! Write their back-story. Give me more! What happened with Jake and Olivia? What was Brody and Finley’s first date like? All of that! I wanted to tell it. So that’s why I decided to write a PREQUEL. 

So what book should readers read first? Either one. That’s the beauty of writing A Broken Us first…you’re most definitely not missing anything in A Broken Us, because “anything” wasn’t even written yet! If that makes sense. Both books will be great as stand alones. You can start with A Broken Us and then jump right in to Becoming Us. I’ll still include twists and turns and suspense and excitement. Heartbreak. The whole nine. I love it all! 

Which story was easier to write? A Broken Us…for sure. The idea just poured out of me. Becoming Us has been a bit more challenging, only because I’ve had to become younger in my mind. Writing Brody and Finley in the New Adult genre needs to sound a bit different than when they were 25 in A Broken Us. But it’s all still fun! 

What’s next for you? I’m going to finish up my memoir series, Chasing Peace, the SEQUEL (I did that one right…LOL!) to Chasing Hope. Then I have spin off book ideas/characters in mind for A Broken Us! Hint, hint…Leslie & Theo….and of course, the sexy Liam!


Purchase Links: Becoming Us will release in January 2015, add to your Goodreads To Be Read Lists! ---> Becoming Us

In the mean time, check out A Broken Us 

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Author Bio:

Amy DawsAmy Daws is a local TV commercial producer and lives in South Dakota with her husband, Kevin, and their miracle daughter, Lorelei. The long-awaited birth of Lorelei is what inspired Amy’s passion for writing. On most nights, you can find Amy and her family dancing to Strawberry Shortcake’s theme song or stuffing themselves inside children’s-sized playhouses because there is nothing they wouldn’t do for their little miracle. For more of Amy’s work, visit: http://www.amydawsauthor.com