Sunday, December 15, 2013

***Promo Post*** David (Control Series #4) by M.S. Willis)

In order to make sense of David, start with Control, Book 1. 

She didn't get it right
I mean…the facts were correct
And let's face it, she perfectly described just how amazing I look; BUT

M.S. Willis didn't tell you about how, really, I should have been the hero of the Control series. Sure, Paige and the crew did the things they did, but they couldn't have done them if it wasn't for yours truly. 

In case you don't know me, my name is David. Last name? Don't need one, I'm too fabulous to worry about small details. All you need to know is D-A-V-I-D…me!

So what's this book about? Pretty much everything you already know, except for one glorious improvement….

It's all David, all the time.

(Feel free to thank me later)
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“Aaaaaaaaaaah!”  O. M. G. I’m hideous!  Seriously, how have you been looking at me for the past few weeks?  I’m disfigured, I’m malformed, I’m … I’m … I’m unsymmetrical!”  My voice was three octaves higher than could be heard by a human. I swear I heard dogs howling in the distance.

Picking up the microphone to call the nurse, I frantically pled, “Nurse?  I have an emergency!  Nurse!!!!!  I need a plastic surgeon, stat!!!!”

Matt grimaced and attempted to wrestle the call button from my hand.  I dropped the button and threw my hands up into his face. “Don’t look at me.  I’m so ugly you might turn into stone!  Run Matt! Run while you still can!”

“David!  Would you stop it?!  Seriously, it’s not that bad!”  I would have believed him if he wasn’t saying those words through stifled laughter.

“Not that bad!  Are you blind?!  Have you not seen how my nose has moved a quarter centimeter to the right?  How my cheekbones are sagging?  How my chin is crooked?!  Who have you been staring at over the last few weeks?  Certainly not me if you think it’s not that bad!  This is worse than bad.  This is epically tragic!  Homer could write a follow up novel to the Iliad and Odyssey based on the grotesqueness of my face!  Heroes have died battling things as ugly as me!  Seriously, do not let any children stumble into this room.  They’ll be ruined for life!  The boogeyman is real and he’s me!”

About the Author
M.S. Willis is a romance novelist whose debut novel, Control, was released in 2013.  Although currently writing in the romance genre, Willis has plans to expand her literary pursuits into multiple genres and has no fear conquering difficult subject matters in her writing.  Willis is a native Floridian who is also a photographer and musician.  When not absorbing herself in written, visual or musical expression, Willis is an adrenaline junkie, a ‘closet’ video game enthusiast, and an avid outdoors person and nature lover.
Visit M.S. Willis on her author page:  www.facebook.com/mswillisbooks
Find her on GoodReads here:  www.goodreads.com/book/show/17912005-control

Cover Artist Bio: Jason L. Lee
Jason L Lee is a Florida Native. The arts have always been a big part of his life. Science, nature, and spirituality have been inspirations to him. He started displaying his work in 1993. In 1996 he started to venture from drawing & photography into acrylic painting. This led to painting live with local bands starting in 1998. His paintings are now created mainly at home. He uses a combination of impressionistic and illustrative painting techniques to create fantastical imagery. He is currently a Scenic Artist working for The Nassal Company and Co-Founder of the Arts Hub Organization.

Dragonfly Necklace Creator:  Verita Bolin
  I started making jewelry in the 80's. In middle school I sold bracelets. In 2004 I started selling my jewels to the public.  I went to The William Holland School of Lapidary Arts to learn stone identification, wire wrapping, and chain making. In 2009 I met Jason L Lee, an artist and curator.  He liked my jewelry and invited me to display in Creative Spirit Art Gallery, at 1st Friday Art Strolls and on Orange Ave.  I have a company with my mother, Tita. We set up all over Florida, have an Etsy store, and Facebook page. People around the country own my jewelry.

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