BLOG TOUR STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART By BREIGH FORSTNER (Guest Post)

 

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Author Biography:

Breigh Forstner currently resides in Southeast Michigan with her two daughter. While she works full-time during the week, at night she spends time with her girls dancing and coming up with her next book idea. Her goal is to make it onto a best sellers list at some point in her career, and writes any chance she can get. She is a music lover and is a sucker for going to concerts, rock bands, and tattooed bad boys.

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Book Synopsis:

Cale Pelton didn’t want to fall in love.

 

Fresh off a breakup, he was scrambling to find a new lead guitarist for his band, Everlasting, before they went on tour. He wanted to enjoy being single, singing his heart out nightly to fans.

 

Never did he expect to meet Bryn Schaefler, the sassy rich girl that would change his life.

 

Bryn left her parents’ house with only her suitcase and guitar, leaving her old life behind her. She nails the band audition and becomes Everlasting’s new lead guitarist. Bryn didn’t want to find Cale attractive, let alone develop a crush on a bandmate. But when trouble starts to find the band, Bryn starts to believe her family will do whatever it takes to get her home.

 

Will Cale and Bryn listen to their heads and stay strictly professional? Or will they follow their hearts and admit their feelings towards eachother?

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Guest Post:

My Journey As a Writer:

 

Like any journey in life, there’s going to be bumps and turns you don’t expect to face. That sums up my journey as a writer. I started writing when I was a kid, and wrote short horror stories. When I graduated High School, it wasn’t that I wanted to write books, but my love for music bloomed and I wanted to be a music journalist. That dream was put on hold after I changed my major in college and I had stopped writing after I changed majors.

I wrote here and there, never considering publishing what I wrote. It was mainly real life situations that I’ve been through, but just writing them out helped me, kind of like therapy. I started writing fully again back in 2012 after my 2nd daughter was born. I had wrote a 100,000 book and published it on Amazon. I had no idea about formatting, editing at the time, and not knowing ANYONE in the business, I did everything myself. Needless to say, the book was a hot mess! The storyline was actually good, and something I would go back to someday, but when I released “Straight from the Heart” in July 2014, I wanted to establish myself as a credible author, and so I took down the first book from Amazon (You can still see it on Goodreads..haha).

I’ve had lots of bumps in the recent years. There’s been days where I don’t write, there’s been weeks! But when the story isn’t coming to me, I won’t write it. The process in writing my first 3 books in the Straight from the Heart series went smoother then I had planned. The authors in this community, indie and published, have been very nice to me and I’ve made friends with quite a few.

Now, I know I’m not a bestseller. A lot of readers out there still don’t know who I am. But when I go to events and people say “Oh, I recognize your cover I have it on my Kindle!” It makes me feel amazing to know that there’s people that do read my books!

And that’s what fuels me to keep going.


Author Social Media Links:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/breighforstnerauthor

Twitter: @BreighForstner

Instagram: https://instagram.com/breighforstner/

Blog Page: http://breighforstnerauthor.weebly.com

 

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