Now she has a chance to start a new life with a new man.
But is that what she wants? While she battles Jase Devlin, the man who won’t stop until they are together, she gains the attention of another serial killer.
This time it’s the copycat killer; one who will stop at nothing to possess her.
Can she survive the madness of another killer? Will she give in to Jase Devlin’s advances? And will she see the real threat before it’s too late?
Or will Stephanie Carovella discover she has Nowhere To Hide?
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It’s tougher. When you’re writing in romance, you’re writing to an audience that is popular in the Indie world. I write crime/thrillers. I’ve found despite the 5 star reviews, it’s a lot harder to get the foot in the door.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Keep writing. And never give up.
Nina D’Angelo is a freelance writer and photographer. After graduating from Deakin University in 2005, with a Bachelors Degree in Journalism and Public Relations, Nina briefly worked in P.R. Not satisfied with her profession, she returned to freelance writing. Since graduation from University, she has written her own TV series, produced a music show for three seasons, worked for several music magazines and her photography was published in Aqua Pulse.
In 2012, she decided to take the plunge into the fiction world and started writing her debut novel, Nowhere to Run. Nowhere to Run was the first novel in the Stephanie Carovella series. It was released in February 2013.
Nina has already started working on her third and fourth novel – The Third Novel, Damaged, is the prequel to Nowhere to Run and is also a stand-alone romance. Nina’s fourth Novel, Deadly Secrets, is the third in the Stephanie Carovella series. Both books are slated for a December release.
To find out more about Nina D’Angelo, please see below:
Official Website: http://www.ninadangelo.com
Nowhere to run at Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/16959937-nowhere-to-runWhat Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Halfway through writing book one, I started thinking about book two and my main character, Stephanie Carovella and how her parents were murdered. I wanted to know more about the killer and I wanted others to discover more about them and why he killed Stephanie’s parents.
I then also wanted to show the aftermath of what happened in the first book and the effects it had on Stephanie and everyone around her. Once I had a plot in my head, I couldn’t let it go. Then it just went from there.