I'm here with an update on the release of Living on the Edge. I had a publishing delay because the world hates me, but I'm sitting on the book while I organize a bigger release in a few days, and here's why.
As you may or may not know, I'm from Puerto Rico, and we were just hit by Maria, one of the top ten worst Atlantic hurricanes ever. All communications are down. We lost power in the entire island. Rain is still coming down, rivers are overflowing...I have no idea how my family is doing. Not a good time for me.
San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, is the setting of my new book, "Living on the Edge." Yesterday I saw an interview with the mayor and she said nothing in San Juan is like it was two days ago, and that broke my heart more than it already was. The feeling of impotence is indescribable, but I need to do something, so I've decided to promo the book more before release in order to gain traction. All royalties will be donated to help rebuild Old San Juan.
All post the link on my social media pages when the book goes
live, and I'll appreciate it from the bottom of my heart if you guys found it in your heart to share the link and help me spread the word. Puerto Rico needs every cent they can get.