Anatomy of A Stalker: Meet Arial Carrington, Asha’s secret weapon.

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There is an old saying that goes, “You saved the best for last.” Well, that’s exactly what we have done when it comes to me. Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Arial Carrington and I’m Asha’s twin sister and her secret weapon. 

I’ve stood back and watched as my sister was disrespected and stigmatized over her love for Carter. He is such a hypocrite; living a clandestine life. By day he’s devoted to his so called love, Taryn but when the sun goes down he finds his way to Asha’s bed. Well, I’ve watched this charade long enough; I won’t remain quiescent any longer. It’s time to take action.

Poor Carter and his crew, he has no idea I exist. He’s about to get a rude awakening. Not only do I have plans to vindicate my sister but I’m bringing back-up, the twins Doniel and Dillon. Those two alone are a force to be reckoned with. 

Herein lie the lessons, Mr. Woodson is about to learn: 1. Never assume someone is alone just because you don’t see them with family or friends. 2. Don’t underestimate the resources available to anyone. 3. (This is the most important of all) All goodbyes ain’t gone, and all closed eyes ain’t sleep. In other words Carter, watch your back because I’m coming for you. 

Ciao!

Savannah J, she adds a little sass in every page.

Meet Arial Carrington in The Prey: Twins, And Then There were Two. Coming soon to Amazon, Kindle, Google Play Books and iBooks.

Carter never dreamed he’d have to look over his shoulder until he met Asha.  A woman with alluring eyes and a mysterious past who is hell-bent on having Carter regardless the cost. Follow Carter Woodson’s harrowing experience with Asha Carrington in The Prey. Now available in eBook on Amazon at: http://amzn.to/1n9IM08  and Google Play Books at: http://bit.ly/S0P7xX. Coming soon to iBooks. The Prey is also available at The Book Nook 912 Canal Street Chesapeake, Virginia. 23323.

  www.thesavannahjpublications.com Follow Savannah on Twitter @savana74

 

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Anatomy of A Stalker: Asha Carrington has her final say.

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I find it amusing that everyone has an opinion about my relationship with Carter. If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it 1000 times, I’m in love with him and he’s in love with me. Carter’s just a little shy with his feelings which is why he keeps them under wraps, but when we’re alone, he holds nothing back. Our lovemaking is through the roof.

There’s nothing I wouldn’t do for Carter and there’s nothing, he would withhold from me. The sooner his nosy brother, sister-in-law and the rest of his so-called crew get it through their heads, I’m not going anywhere, the better off they will be.

I think this is a good place to let you in on a secret.  Carter’s friends, Jude and Holmes came on to me. When I rejected their advances, both pleaded with me not to tell Carter. You should have seen the way they groveled and begged once I rebuffed them, although a romp in the bed with Jude was tempting. Yes, I’m not only desirable to my man but his buddies as well. Ha!

Now, here-in lies the finality of all things Asha and Carter. Our love is timeless and will transcend any criticism or attempt at thwarting it’s existence.  I said it once and I’ll say it again, so pay attention. I love Carter and Carter loves me. We will be together for the rest of our lives. Accept it people!

Carter never dreamed he’d have to look over his shoulder until he met Asha.  A woman with alluring eyes and a mysterious past who is hell-bent on having Carter regardless the cost.

Ciao!

Savannah J, she adds a little sass in every page.

Follow Carter Woodson’s harrowing experience with Asha Carrington in The Prey. Now available in eBook on Amazon at: http://amzn.to/1n9IM08  and Google Play Books at: http://bit.ly/S0P7xX. Coming soon to iBooks. The Prey is also available at The Book Nook 912 Canal Street Chesapeake, Virginia. 23323.

  www.thesavannahjpublications.com Follow Savannah on Twitter @savana74

Anatomy of A Stalker: Meet Detective Holmes

one eye Good afternoon. I’m Detective Maurice Holmes of the Chesterfield County Police Department but people just call me Holmes. I was assigned to the case of J. Carter Woodson to solve a stalking situation. I take each of my cases seriously but this one in particular hit close to home.  A dear family member of mine encountered a stalker and lets just say, it didn’t end well, so when I was presented this job, I didn’t hesitate. My first priority is to my client and his loved ones. I want to ensure not only Mr. Woodson’s safety, but that of his beautiful fiancée as well. My second priority is to find that skank stalking Carter or to be professional should I say perpetrator and take her down. I understand there is someone for everyone, and perhaps she felt Carter was her someone, but no means no. What people need to understand is you can’t just push yourself on another human being. Ladies and gents too, if they ain’t interested, they ain’t interested. Take yo monkey-ass on somewhere and keep it moving. With that being said, wrap your mind around this; if you break the law in my jurisdiction and my colleagues and I pursue you, you will go down.  Asha Carrington is an elusive trick but rest assured, I will find her no matter how long it takes. When I do, I’ll ensure she rots in jail for many years to come. 

Ciao!

Savannah J, she adds a little sass in every page.

Carter never dreamed he’d have to look over his shoulder until he met Asha.  A woman with alluring eyes and a mysterious past who is hell-bent on having Carter regardless the cost. Follow Carter Woodson’s harrowing experience with Asha Carrington in The Prey. Now available in eBook on Amazon at: http://amzn.to/1n9IM08  and Google Play Books at: http://bit.ly/S0P7xX. Coming soon to iBooks. The Prey is also available at The Book Nook 912 Canal Street Chesapeake, Virginia. 23323. Ciao! Savannah J, she adds a little sass in every page.  www.thesavannahjpublications.com Follow Savannah on Twitter @savana74

Anatomy of A Stalker: Meet Bre Anderson

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Hello there, my name’s Bre. I’m the fiancee of Matthew Woodson and future sister-in-law of Carter Woodson. Like my fiance, I’m very direct; that being said, I can’t stand Asha. The minute I laid eyes on her on the yacht, I know she was up to no good. It was obvious in the aggressive manner in which she approached Carter at the bar. Asha refused to back down, even though Carter made it clear he wasn’t interested.

You may wonder how I came to my conclusion although I was seated some distance from them. Well, lets just say, I’m a pro at interpreting body language. I observed the entire thing and was two seconds from taking Ms. Thing down.

I,  for one don’t take too kindly to people attacking my family, either verbally or physically. If you want to get a rise out of me, just approach my loved one wrong. As a matter of fact, I couldn’t believe how calm Matthew was once I pointed out Asha’s aggression against, Carter. Perhaps Matthew reacted the way he did to quell any angst Tayrn may have been feeling, but I wasn’t so mindful. I wanted Taryn to see just what Asha was up to. I’m a firm believer one must nip trouble in the bud and with Asha, I intended to do just that.

 

Carter never dreamed he’d have to look over his shoulder until he met Asha.  A woman with alluring eyes and a mysterious past who is hell-bent on having Carter regardless the cost.

Follow Carter Woodson’s harrowing experience with Asha Carrington in The Prey. Now available in eBook on Amazon at: http://amzn.to/1n9IM08  and Google Play Books at: http://bit.ly/S0P7xX. Coming soon to iBooks. 

Ciao! Savannah J, she adds a little sass in every page. 

www.thesavannahjpublications.com Follow Savannah on Twitter @savana74

The Voices Inside Our Head

About two years ago, I decided to pen my first suspense novel titled  The Prey. I did so at the prompting of two friends who always encouraged me to stretch myself. Prior to writing The Prey, I’d written romance novels and so suspense proved to be a new challenge for me. To offer a little history The Prey is the story of J. Carter Woodson, who is stalked relentlessly by Asha Carrington.

I can remember as I began writing The Prey, I had to go to some pretty dark places in my imagination in order to effectively create and develop the personality of Asha Carrington. It wasn’t until I attended a presentation of the Hollywood Costumes at our Fine Arts Museum that I really understood what was happening to me as I wrote.

At the presentation, accompanying each costume was a small placard describing the outfit and who had worn it. Along the walls were larger signs offering more detailed information about the movie represented by the costume. One of the signs revealed what I found to be enlightening information. It talked about how the actors and actresses often weren’t able to channel the character they were playing until they put on the costume. After reading that information, as I said earlier, I understood what was happening when I wrote.

Just as the actors have to channel or become their characters in order to effectively portray their role, I was unknowingly doing the same thing. I will admit, becoming Asha Carrington was a tab bit uncomfortable as she is the opposite of my personality. Even now as I work on the sequel to The Prey, at times I have to break for long periods to regain my balance.

Shortly after attending the Hollywood Costume presentation, I was talking with a group of women about how seeing the costume worn by Heath Ledger in Brokeback Mountain gave me a sense of sadness. One of the ladies stated, Heath contacted Jack Nicholson prior to filming his role as the Joker in The Dark Night and Nicholson warned him to be careful. Apparently when he, too, played the Joker, Nicholson had to go to a very dark place and had trouble coming out.

I now have a new found respect for writers of both novels and screenplays. We are often teased about having people who live in our heads and I guess we do. It takes talent to bring those characters to life on paper and the big screen and maintain who we are as a person. So, if you’ve ever wondered if the people in the mind of a writer talk to us, now you know they do. And you also know, we really do channel or bring them to life, that’s how characters in books and on the big screen seem so real – in the mind of their creator, they really are.

Savannah J, she adds a little sass in every page.

www.thesavannahjpublications.com

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