Apr. 15th, 2019 One Final Breath – Final Edits

 

Hey y’all!

I shared this photo on my FB author page and Instagram earlier today and I’m thrilled with how excited y’all are about One Final Breath!

I also did a video (how goofy do I look in this thumbnail?!) with a little bit of  “behind the scenes” information and a few questions for my readers.

 

I’d love for you to check it out and give me your thoughts!

 

One Final Breath releases September 3, 2019, and is available for pre-order at your favorite bookseller!

 

 

Grace and peace,

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  1. Becky Poole says:

    If the teaser chapter is available, I typically read it. With that being said, I don’t really care for them. I don’t have the patience to wait for the book release! I want to read it immediately!! Especially when it is a series!
    I think I’d like the prequel chapter prior to reading the book just to give me the understanding as to what caused The animosity.
    Can. Not. Wait. For the release!!!!

    • Lynn H. Blackburn says:

      Thanks, Becky!!! I think this is telling me that I really need to get that prequel chapter written ASAP! 🙂

  2. Lisa Johnson says:

    For me I don’t read the sneak peek of chapter 1. I want the whole story because what you write grabs my attention and I want to read the rest. Teaser chapters are helpful before reading the book.
    Praying for you and yours!
    Have a blessed Easter!

  3. Lynn!!! We absolutely want the first chapter!!! Is this even a question???

    • Lynn H. Blackburn says:

      🙂 I’m loving the variety of answers to this question. Everything from, “Nope, don’t need it” to “GIVE ME THE FIRST CHAPTER NOW!” LOL!

  4. Tim Johnson says:

    I used to read teaser chapters, but not any more. I don’t choose a book of authors I like based on a teaser. If there is a teaser for a book by an author I’ve not read before, I will read that to get feel for that author, and if I like it, I’ll give that author a try.
    Regarding prequels, I do like to read those before the book they precede. I’d rather know the back story beforehand.

  5. Kim Potter says:

    I never read the teaser chapter because it makes me even more impatient for the book release! As to a prequel chapter I’d read it before the book, just so I know why there’s animosity between the characters. I love this series and can’t wait for “One Final Breath”!!!

  6. Lisa Hudson says:

    Can’t wait to read this book!!

  7. Lisa says:

    I rarely read the material after the story ends.

  8. Teaser chapters aren’t for me. They are like “to be continued” mini-programs which I don’t start because my lifestyle doesn’t always guarantee that I’ll be able to finish the series. Therefore, I’d rather wait for the whole delight instead of a tasty disappointment.
    Nevertheless, a good read with a teaser chapter does tempt me now and then. Allow, the sweet tease turns into a bitter disappointment in the wait.

    Loved the personal video. Looking forward to more.
    Write on!

  9. Lynn, I am so glad I was able to meet you in person at the Carolina Christian Writers Conference. You are delightful! I don’t mind seeing a preview chapter, but, truthfully I try not to read them. I want to purchase the book and read the whole thing. I like “blurbs” about the upcoming books.

  10. Grace Ritter says:

    I like to wait for the book to be released before reading the first chapter because I don’t want to have to wait to read the rest of the book. Having said that, if it were available I would probably read it😀

  11. Ngina Bolton says:

    I typically don’t like reading 1st chapters, especially in a series. I am so impatient for the book to come out and the wait seems that much longer. I do like reading prequel chapters or books to give me a background into the history of the characters before the true story begins.

    • Lynn H. Blackburn says:

      🙂 I get that! I have been known not to start a series until they are all out because I love to read in one glorious binge! 🙂