Will the distance tear them apart?
With every difficulty Matt and Abigail have faced since the day they met, they’ve depended on their trust and love in each other to see them through. But what happens when absence becomes their biggest obstacle?
When Abigail follows her heart to pursue her career, she is forced to leave Matt behind. Confident that their love is strong enough to withstand the distance put between them, they believe they will soon come back to each other. But when a danger from their past threatens their future, Matt may just lose her forever.
Their love in one another will be put to the test, and only time will tell if they can truly find their unspoken ending.
There isn’t anything exciting about me, besides having a uniquely spelled name….
Yes, it’s spelled Gabbie.
I’m a mom first, a wife second, and then a crazy girl who won’t hesitate to take on a challenge. That’s how I found my passion for writing. My daughter challenged me to write a book, and I did.
I was born and raised in Southern California. I live with my wonderful husband, two amazing kids and a senior citizen kitty named Tigger. When I’m not writing you can find me reading or sneaking off for a run. Some might say it’s a crazy life, but I wouldn’t change anything about it.
Let’s get to know you a little more. Tell us a about yourself.
I’m a mom first, an author second. I was born and raised in Southern California, but have lived in 5 different states currently residing in West Texas. I never intended to become a writer, but my active imagination had me making up to many stories in my mind. One day I decided to get them all out by writing them down in a journal. It wasn’t until years later when I read an article about Indie Authors that I took the chance to publishing.
What inspired you to write?
Cassia Leo. She is the reason why I took the leap. I read a post she wrote how she took the chance at publishing and never regretted it. I’d already had the ideas, I just needed to take the chance myself, and so I followed her advice and took the leap.
Tell me a little about your book.
Unspoken Endings is the completion to my Unspoken Series and Matt and Abigail’s story. It’s New Adult/Contemporary Romance. It was my favorite book I’ve written so far because I can finally close out the chapter to their story. They’ve had their struggles, but what true relationship hasn’t. I was happy to finally give them the closure they’ve been seeking from the beginning.
How did you come up with the story?
In truth, they just come to me. Again, I can thank my active imagination, but with every story I write it always has a piece of reality. They are fictional story in the end, but I want someone to read my book thinking, “Yes, that can really happen.”
Tell me about your main characters. Who is he/she, what makes them special to you?
Matt began with me mimicking a piece of my brother in the beginning. Only the beginning. He won’t hesitate to tell you he’s far from being as lucky as my character. He’s till waiting for that supermodel to show up at his door, but he is the anchor that Abigail needed. As she was his. Abigail is fierce, strong, and a fighter in the end. She knows what she wants and she knew from the beginning Matt would be an important part of her life. Forever.
Who has been your greatest writing inspiration?
It’s hard to choose just one author, because they all inspire me in some way or another, from my friends who are Indie Authors, to Shakespeare. I will never stop learning in this career and from them is where I gain my inspiration.
If you were stranded on a deserted island, what three items would you bring (excluding family, laptop, or writing utensils)?
A mirror, to help start a fire during the day. (I can’t start a fire from scratch and I don’t want to freeze my butt off.) A knife to cut things, and my final item would have to be a shovel.
We find out the world is going to end tomorrow. How do you live your last day?
Spending every last minute with my family.
If we were to make a movie of your life. Who would play the part of you?
Sandra Bullock. I love her personality.
Tell us 5 random things about yourself.
1. I don’t like Carmel. 2. I’m constantly biting bottom my lip, which is why I always need chapstick within reach. 3. I grew up in a REALLY small town. We only have stop signs. No stop lights at all. 4. I don’t like the smell of peanut butter and chocolate mixed together. It actually grosses me out. 5. I’ve never been to Las Vegas.
What are the three places you have always wanted to visit but have not yet?
Australia, New York, and The Great Wall of China.
Okay, crystal ball time. Where do you see yourself in 5-10 years?
Living in a different state, still writing, and driving my husband and kids nuts.
Do you have any questions for me?
What do you do for fun? Me: Travel. Anywhere my finances can take me.
I usually like to watch movies and TV, write and edit my books, listen to music and spend time with my fiance
Where can our readers find you?
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