Publisher: Whitman Books on October 15, 2015
Genres: Romance, Suspense, New Adult
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My friends say Hunter Cayman’s dangerous.
They say he's a threat to everyone in town.
I’m not so sure.
As he stands before me in this crowded club with the lights shining around us, I catch something good under Hunter’s dark facade. Something decent and profound.
I don’t know who or what to believe.
But I will find out the truth.
Aeris Thorne is expecting a restful vacation in the remote town of Deep Cove. But on a stormy night, she meets the alluring and mysterious Hunter Cayman, and her life takes an exhilarating turn.
Aeris is both drawn to him and determined to find out what he’s hiding. It’s clear Hunter has found success with the high-security lab on his vast estate. But what Aeris doesn’t know is that he’s tormented by a secret: the truth behind his research.
As he and Aeris are drawn together, the walls he’s built to protect himself threaten to crumble. At the same time, she begins to wonder if she’s found the key to unraveling her own tragic past. When Aeris’s life is threatened, Hunter is forced to make an impossible decision about her future—one that could change everything.
How I Write, In Pictures!
by Sue Wyshynski
Author of the new release, The Butterfly Code
What’s great about humans is that we all find unique ways of doing things—whether it’s baking a dozen cookies or organizing our favorite books on a shelf. Who knows why or even how these fun differences come about?
Here’s a photo collection of some of my writing quirks:
1. Bring on the pencils, pens, notebooks, notepads!
I always start on paper. I find the words flow easier and I can get closer to the characters. The Butterfly Code manuscript consumed approximately a dozen notebooks.
2. A pocket with every purse.
Ok, not every purse, but it’s true. Most of my purses have pockets to carry notebooks. I like to walk and write outside.
3. A never-ending collection of writing books.
I love reading about how others perform the writing craft! It’s often insightful and always interesting. Besides, the point at which a person believes they know everything there is to know in their chosen field is the point at which they stop growing. Never stop!
4. Writing in the wild.
Here’s me out writing in the park. It’s wonderful place to be distraction free.
5.Desk with a view.
When I’m done writing for the day, I come home and transfer it all onto my computer. This is my stand-up writing table and my favorite view!
The Butterfly Code took around four years to complete, including plotting, editing, and book design. For those of you who read it, my greatest hope is that you enjoy it.
I am so grateful to my host for having me as a guest on this blog. Thanks to everyone for letting me share a little bit about how I write!
Drop me a line any time, I can be found at suewyshynski.com. I’d love to hear from you.
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This looks very interesting. The cover is beautiful, even if it does freak me out. I’m weird, don’t mind me.
LOL, why does it freak you out?
Anything that remotely resemble butterflies on a face makes my flesh crawl. Do you know how many books I haven’t purchased because of the covers?! LOL! I get the Kindle book if the price has dropped. I’m currently waiting to finish the Incarnate trilogy by Jodi Meadows because I can’t seem to get passed the covers. It makes me itch and twitch just thinking about it.
Interesting. I can see how you are creeped out by that.
Such a lovely cover and fun post. I like to read about how author’s write.
aww a desk with a view is awesome, hopefully not too not a lot of distraction.
I feel like I would be distracted.
Thanks for sharing, and I liked learning about her writing process. I use to love journals, but with my RA my writing is horrible and it gets too painful. I type everything now 🙂
Typing is a lot easier I think. Writing for too long is uncomfortable for me.
Braine Talk Supe
I applaud you for still writing with pen and paper! As much as I’d love too, my fingers cramp not to mention my handwriting is so ugly! I sometimes can’t understand what I wrote! lol
I have the worst handwriting! like chicken scratch.
This book sounds really wonderful. This cover is very, very eerie. I like it. Thanks for sharing with us.
The cover is pretty creepy.
it’s quite intriguing. Thans for sharing your process!
🙂 Happy you enjoyed the guest post.
I prefer to do everything outside, so I understand the writing in the wild. lol. This sounds good, and that cover is weird, but in a GOOD way.
I am the opposite, I hate the outside. lol
It is interesting to see how an author writes. Thanks for the insight.
I know, so interesting.
Rachel Lightwood @ Isytria
This does sound like an interesting read! I’ve never heard about it before but I’m interested to check it out. And I love this writing process, the going outside and writing it down. It would be such a pain to retype it though!
I know, so much extra work to retype it.
I agree that you can never stop learning! It looks like a lot of fun to go and write at that park. We have so many kids at our parks that ours wouldn’t be very distraction free.
I think a park would be too distracting for me.
This looks really good, also!
I loved hearing about this authors writing process! And it’s always nicer to have photos in there as well. I like the look of some of those writing based books because well, I need to start investing in some of those myself.
Jennifer (Bad Bird Reads)
I love hearing how an author writes. The photos help.
It’s been too long since I’ve entered one of your giveaways. Coming out of my hiatus and hope to enjoy more of your reviews and giveaways. I’ve always loved your site.
Jennifer (Bad Bird Reads)
Awwww, thanks! Welcome back.