Pearson is a mother, a musician, and a lover of all things pink and sparkly.
She is the author of Phobic, about doors that shouldn’t be opened, and the
Stolen Tears series, about an enchanted vial of tears and the girl chosen to
town. She loves chocolate, romantic books, and classical music, and believes
anything can be made better with a book tucked away for those just-in-case
In an emotionless world, tears are a precious commodity, valued for their magic
and sold on the black market. When Ambry stumbles across a vial of these
enchanted tears, she finds herself the target of not only the tyrannical
Arcaian army, who is stealing her people’s magic left and right, but of
handsome, battle-scarred Talon Haraway, who seeks the tears for his own
Ambry soon realizes the reason for their interference: these tears are the most
powerful ever shed. They are the key to saving her people and rescuing her
brother and others who’ve been taken by the Arcaians.With the Arcaian army
threatening her every move, and Talon attempting to take the tears from her,
Ambry must keep the tears safe at all costs. Her people need them. Her brother
needs them. She needs them.
And they need her.
With bold twists, a riveting world of magic-powered technology, and a
slow-sizzle romance, find out why readers are calling Such a Secret Place
are. So I’ll take a notebook and just scribble wherever they’re playing, and
then I add it into my computer later.
usually several months to a year. If it’s contemporary, I’ve written a novella
in a month.
experiences, my daydreams. 😉
popped into my head–what if tears were MAGICAL? And it took off from there!
how did you overcome it?
into the world. I just had to let go of pride and answer them and tweak and
tweak and tweak some more!
you going when your writing gets difficult?
disappointments or supposed “failures” are actually very motivating
for me to do better.
There’s a quote that I had to obtain special permission to use, actually:
“It is such a secret place, the land of tears.”
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