Kassandra Kush

What’s This All About, Eh?

Welcome!! My name is Kassandra, I live in sunny Florida! (It’s sunnier than this picture looks, I promise!) My blog is all about books and authors, including myself! I love to read and decided it was time to share some of that with you! Stay updated for some good reads, both Kindle/e-book and print, and for news on my own novels!!

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2 Responses to "What’s This All About, Eh?"

That’s great! I’d love to publish my own book one day. Is it a hard process?

Now that they have books on Kindle and the e-readers, it’s actually pretty easy and fast, if you start by going that route. Essentially all you have to pay for is getting a cover and then editing and formatting, if you decide to outsource it. It’s possible to do everything yourself, it’s all just about quality control, really. The hardest part from what I gather is self-promotion. Getting the book out there is easy now, but marketing yourself is harder. And shifting through the sheer volume of information is exhausting. I researched forever, and finally just had to pick a date and do it, and admit that I was never going to be able to read everything out there or feel totally prepared!

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Guardian Blurb

Lyla Evans just wants to be left alone; to fly under the radar and not attract attention. After seventeen years, she knows how the game is played. Her parents are hardly ever home, and when they do show up, they’re quick to anger and even quicker with their fists. With foster care comes the threat of being separated from her two younger siblings, and Lyla would die before allowing that to happen. She’s learned to keep her head down and depend on no one but herself and God to get by.

When a strange man starts paying too much attention to her and her siblings, showing up to rescue them and then disappearing without a trace, Lyla begins to panic that everything she’s been hiding is about to come out. But as she slowly becomes friends with Rafael and even trusts him with her deepest fears, Lyla learns he has secrets far bigger than her own that will turn everything in her world upside down.

In this story of abuse and rescue, love and faith, angels and demons, an unlikely friendship grows into a fantastical love story appealing and appropriate for readers young and old alike.


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