CHANGING WEBSITES!

Hi, everyone! I’m here to announce that this website is moving! You’ll still be getting plenty of news and updates, even poetry, from me, but now it will be on my official website.
I’ve been with WordPress for years, and will still be keeping this site up (it has a lot of exclusive poetry), but felt I needed to move to a bigger host.
The new link is below!  I look forward to “seeing” you all there! There’s a section to see all my current work, upcoming projects, press features and ways to contact me. The only thing I have to update is my events page, which will be coming shortly.

http://lilyluchesibooks.wix.com/lilyluchesi

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CHANGING WEBSITES!

99 CENT BOOK SALE!

4thofjulypromo

Hi, everyone! Now you can read my bestselling, debut vampire novel, “Stake-Out (Paranormal Detectives Book One)” for less than a dollar, but hurry! The sale lasts from today through Sunday only! (July 3rd, 4th and 5th.)
As always, it is still FREE on Kindle Unlimited for KU users! Use the link below or click on the photos to get your copy today!

Regular ebook price: $2.99
Sale price: $0.99

Please feel free to also share the promo poster here and let all your friends know about this sale!


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Stake Out

99 CENT BOOK SALE!

A Century (a poem)

I thought I was mistaken

Never thought I’d see you again

I watched you die

Slowly, your mortal body

Wilted before my undying eyes

I walked away

Didn’t have the courage to change you

Didn’t have a heart to watch your smile

The light in your eyes

Fade away

When you left you took

A little piece of me

Away with you to Heaven

You promised me you’d see me again

Baby, I just wonder when?

Because immortality is no fun

If I can’t spend it with you

And now you’re here

Back again

But you’re not the same

You don’t know me anymore

A familiar face, the same place

But a different heart inside

A century went by

I barely noticed

Missing you

And now I miss you more

You’re here but you’re not the man I knew

Your heart is hardened

And I don’t know what to do

Can I make your mortal heart open up?

Can you make my immortal soul love again?

A Century (a poem)