I had a very embarrassing week that involved mailing advanced copies of the Torn Asunder paperback out only to realize they weren't quite ready for distribution. I may or may not have overworked my poor wrists and eyes trying to whip out a better version in a very limited amount of time, but if I did, that would explain why I unfortunately didn't get around to WIPs last week. (Sorry, friends!)
This week, I have one paragraph from Torn Asunder since this is the first week in December. In case you missed the news earlier, Torn Asunder is now available for preorder for 99 cents.
Simon didn’t know what to say. He felt Hannah’s heart flutter against his chest. He tipped her chin up to his. He longed to kiss her cracked lips, to cover her with his love until all her scars and injuries vanished. She hadn’t stopped trembling. He rested his chin on the top of her head and prayed. If God was merciful, he would let them both die right now. But this was no fairy tale. No matter how fervent his prayers, no matter how deep his love, Camp 22 was no place for happy endings.
Blog Love: Huge thanks to K L Schwengel for hosting the WIPpet Wednesday blog hop, where authors post snippets from the current Works In Progress.
Random Fact: Camp 22 is actually pronounced "Camp Two-Two," which I fortunately learned about a week before I submitted the files to the narrator who produced The Beloved Daughter audiobook.
Liberty NOW: One thing I love about Liberty in North Korea is their mission: to see the North Korean people achieve their freedom in THIS GENERATION. If you'd like to make a donation of any amount to LiNK's underground railroad for refugees, or if you just want to pass on the link to your friends, you can see my fundraiser at fundraise.libertyinnorthkorea.org/tornasunder