Junior year has come to a close, and Taylor Brighton is excited about being a Senior. She decides to keep a diary in order to document the events of her upcoming Senior year.
On the first day of summer break, when she writes her first entry, she has no way of knowing the events that would unfold…events that she may not want to remember.
An annual end-of-the-year party, true friends, and a blast from her past will leave this soon-to-be-senior with a summer to remember.
S.L. Stacker is an author with Booktrope publishing. She has written and published three Romantic Suspense books in the Macyn McIntyre series. Her current projects include several fiction novels, but her focus is the Sisters of Summit Bay series—to be published in 2016/2017.
When she isn’t throwing her readers for a loop and leaving them wanting more, she can be found relaxing and hanging with her husband, children, and dogs.
You can visit her at http://www.slstacker.com
Tidbits from S.L.
- When I began writing Summer Soiree, I knew I wanted a masquerade type mask on the cover in some fashion. I searched stock photos for hours and found several pics, however, none of them were quite what I was looking for. I was tired of looking at the same photos over and over, and I finally decided to use a different stock site, and I found the pic I wanted. Within a matter of minutes, I had purchased the photo, and within an hour, I had a new cover!
- Ideas for stories usually hit me at the strangest of times. I'll start the story, but I won't be able to finish until the idea for a cover forms and I actually have it in front of me. To me, if I have the cover first, it feels real. I know, at that point, I have something to work toward, and it gives me the motivation I need to finish whatever I'm working on at the moment.