I never do this, ever. I know that authors need their own time to write and they have lives as well, but this is different. I started reading chapter one of WTW this morning, and I’m already on chapter six of the sequel. The end of every chapter has left me wanting more, and I kept going. I only realized that the sequel wasn’t complete when I was nearing the end of the first book. I, for some reason, seem to have a severe emotional connection to this book, and I feel all the emotions right along with April. This book has been tearing me up inside, and I don’t know if I can bring myself to reach the latest chapter you’ve written. It says that the last time you updated was in April of 2018, and I’m not at all trying to nag for an update, but I was curious to know when that might be? I’ve reached a part of the book where I can stop reading and maybe be burning with curiosity and the literal pain of not knowing, but be okay in a few weeks. I don’t want to reach the end of what you’ve updated and be left on a more severe and painful cliffhanger. If anything, this should just be a compliment to your talents, that this book has me so enraptured that I’m feeling the stress and anxiety that April does, and that I feel physically sick at the idea of Marcus not caring about April. If an update does not appear to be in the near future, could you let me know? I don’t think I can bear the pain of reading about how Marcus hates April without knowing that they have a happy ending, even if it’s just that they get back together. Thank you, and much love and support! -Kayla
That is fantastic news, and I can’t wait to see what you have in store for this amazing book series. You have my support always, and I hope that luck will be on your side and grant you an opportunity to finish what you started.❤️
@kaywala_bear Welcome aboard! And that's amazing that you read it that fast haha. It means a lot that you liked it so much. Truthfully speaking things have been tough and hard at work - I'm working 50+ hour weeks and my spare time is usually to relax. But I know I have a duty, to both the readers and to myself, to finish what I started. I promise to do so.