Hope for Her – Top 10 Favorite Lines – #10

My second novel comes out on October 1st and I am super excited because it’s a unique story and it takes place at my alma mater, FSU (Go Noles!) and it has some intense moments and it’s the first book in a SERIES.

I wasn’t sure I could write a series because let’s face it, I have the attention span of a two year old, but I did it. And, I love it. I hope you do, too.

Through out the month of September I’d like to introduce you to the characters and my Top 10 favorite lines in Hope for Her.

Josh Griffin


Line #10 – Chapter One: 

“Yeah, FU’s PKP’s snort pixie dust and sit in a smokehouse in the backyard singing old Negro spirituals.” I collapsed into the nearest leather chair. “Hey, but, we’re all brothers. No matter where I pledged, right?”

I stared at him, waiting for his answer.

“We are brothers.” Jackson stood up. I followed and relaxed knowing he meant more than our fraternity connection. I missed my oldest friend.

While this is a love story, I had the opportunity to explore this relationship between my male MC (Josh)  and his best friend (Jackson). This is also the first book I’ve written in duel POV from the female and male MC. Challenging, but it had to be done and I had to maintain it through out the series. My beta readers said I did a good job with making the voices so distinct, they never got confused (Wipes the sweat from my brow).

Do you like duel POV or would you rather hear from one POV through out? 

pbsThe pre-order price for Hope for Her is .99 cents. Pick up your copy now, the rate will go up to $2.99 after October 1st.




4 thoughts on “Hope for Her – Top 10 Favorite Lines – #10

  1. Another book! Go Sydney–you’re on the move!

    POV depends on how effectively the author presents it, though multiple can be confusing if not clearly delineated.

    Tossing It Out

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