When you write a book that you think will help people, you have to change your routine. I never expected Stealing Promises to become this THING, but it's taken on a life of it's own.
Did you know that suicide is the third leading cause of death in people 15-24?
We don't always feel we have the time to listen these days with our own hectic schedule. So what if you could show your support without speaking?
We're doing an instagram campaign to support people who have lost someone as some of the characters
Take a picture like this one and post it to instagram. Then use the hashtag #ipromise and make your promise.
I'll go first.
#ipromise to stand up for what I believe in
I'll post my picture tomorrow, when I have make up on and a shower. LOL
Want to do even more?
Donate to http://www.crisistextline.org/ to help people who are making the choice to fight right now.
In the meantime, I'm focusing on raising funds and awareness for this worthy cause so I have decided to push back the release of Stealing Promises. I really want the focus to be on the right thing, people.
But here is a little teaser of the book to hold you over...
The smell reached her nose before she even opened her eyes, and Victoria knew where she was. Back in the hospital, the hellhole. It had the distinct smell of cleaning supplies and death. Victoria couldn’t understand why she was back here when she had finally made the decision to take care of the pain herself. Why had Kate arrived when she did? Had she been watching her that closely? Did she expect something like this to happen? Slowly Victoria tried to move her limbs and feel the scratchy sheets beneath her skin. She looked over at the multiple stitches crisscrossing back and forth over her pale skin. This was her life. This what Victoria had done to herself. Her arm would never be the same again. But would anything else? She wasn't sure.
Stealing Promises, one girl's powerful account of love, loss, and hope.