A Newish Release

It’s been quite some time since I’ve posted. Since I’ve written really.

You see, for the past three years I’ve been collegey things and I’m finally finished. I’m done. I’ll have my bachelor of science degree in business management in just a few short weeks. (Once all of my assignments are graded and what not. I finished a tad early.)

I’ll be back to writing on top of other more business-like prospects that I’m working on.

But as the title says, I have a newish release coming out in February!

The Last Alive has had a rewrite, new cover art and is ready for the public once again! So click the link below the picture and snag yourself a copy!

AMAZON

There are three rules for the zombipocalypse…Don’t leave the fort. Don’t get bit. DON’T fall in love!

Emma Taylor does all three in the same week.

Nathan White is the only doctor left in Fort Burgh and Emma is in love with him. She refuses to admit it until he goes missing. Venturing out into the wild means certain death, but she can’t let him turn to zombie food. Heading out to face her biggest fears, she comes to terms with falling in love and finds her emotions hiding alongside the crazy, young doctor.

 

Giveaway!

It has been a while since I’ve posted anything.

It’s been a chaotic 4 months since my last post actually. I’ve been plugging away at the newest Ever After book, even though I’ve been stuck on this particular chapter for a few weeks now.

But I have something exciting for all of you today!

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Heather is in the House! Please Welcome H.L. Wampler to the Blogathon!

Hey everyone!

Today I was hosted over at the SoulMate publishing blog! If you get a chance, check it out!

HL Wampler
Heather, welcome to the Blogathon!

Tell us all about you! What would you most like your readers to know?

I’m an average person with a huge imagination. I have wonderful twin boys, an amazing husband, an old-lady dog, and a really fat cat. I have this urge deep inside to tell the world my stories.

Are you one of those writers born with a pen in your hand and ideas flitting through your mind, or did your interest develop later?

I’ve been writing since I was a young girl. I remember when I was in 3rd grade there was a writing contest in my school. Of all the entries that were submitted, my principal chose mine as the winner and hung it on his bulletin board for the entire month. That was when I caught the bug, after seeing how happy my story made people.

When did you become serious…

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