Here is is, the beautiful cover for Gone
Rebecca Walters harbours a dark secret, and as the fifty-three bangles she wears on her wrists as a self-imposed sentence of guilt remind her, she can’t even begin to consider moving on. Not after what happened on that night six months ago… a night which she can’t remember and yet managed to change her life forever.
When Rebecca comes across Joshua Adams, man equally haunted by past tragedies, on a moonlit beach, both of their lives are destined to change forever, and when the girl made out of the sun meets the boy made out of the moon and sea, anything can happen… but will the knowledge of their murky pasts bring them together or drive them apart?
Will Rebecca finally be able to claim her freedom? Will she stay and fight to be the girl she found on the sandy beaches of Cornwall or is she destined to keep running and hiding from a past that won’t stay Gone? One thing’s for certain: either way, nothing will ever be the same again.
I am very proud to announce that Gone will be releasing in paperback and on e-readers on the 28th July 2014.
And is available for pre-order right now on Apple iBooks and for Nook readers here. As soon as I have the pre-order link for the paperback version I will post is back on here.
Before I go and leave you with a song (of course) I just wanted to say a big thank you for all the people who have supported me with this book. The storyline means a huge amount to me, and as such it was an emotional experience writing it. I just want to say thank you to my Writing Partners – one of whom read this scene by scene as I wrote, and to all the lovely Beta readers who gave me such amazing, confidence inspiring feedback. And more importantly than anything else I have to say a HUGE thank you to Laura Beege for the beautiful cover. I don’t think we could have created a cover more perfectly for Gone if we tried.
And now for a song. This books is very much about young people making terrible mistakes and having things happen to them that are not necessarily their fault. It’s about accepting that, dealing with it and making something of your life despite it. It’s about the passage from youth to adulthood where you get that one unique opportunity to leave the person you were behind you and fight to be the person you want to be. And it’s about not letting the demons and secrets you have on the inside destroy you.
There was only one song for this.