Pinterest!

Thank you for joining me on the blog hop! This is the final day, so let’s go celebrate on … Pinterest! :) Have had so much fun working on boards. There’s a little bit of everything over there—teasers, a few reviews (working on getting more on there), and inspiration for each book…

Here’s a little taste of what you’ll see~a few people that remind me of my characters. If you don’t like to see the characters, look away … and just keep your mental picture intact. If not, join me on a little picture album journey.

Maybe Maby:

Maby/BEFORE

Maby/AFTER (minus the colorful streaks)

Saul and Maby

Coen

Paschal

And more over on Pinterest…I’d love to see who you see as these characters too! xo

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Reading Books Like a Boss

Day 7 of my blog hop is with Reading Books Like a Boss~such a great blog. I’m in love with the teasers she created! 

Read what inspired Maybe Maby by clicking here

(Giveaway included)

Tomorrow is the last day of the blog hop and we’ll be meeting back right here. I’ve got something I’m excited to reveal. xo

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Wolfel’s World of Books

What would you hear if you called my characters? Click here to find out: Wolfel’s World of Books exclusive

(And there’s a giveaway involved! :) )

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Bookslapped

Day 5 of the Blog Hop is over with the delightful girls from Bookslapped. Love them! 

See what I have in common with the girls I write about: Me Vs. The Heroines

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Pet Peeves

I’m over at Word on day 4 of the blog hop, discussing what makes me cringe. Annnnd there’s a giveaway! :)

Click Here: Pet Peeves on Word

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Three Chicks and Their Books

Day 3 of the blog hop and I’m having a candid interview with Three Chicks and their Books…they had some great questions!

So hop on over here: http://www.threechicksandtheirbooks.com/2014/07/maybe-maby-by-willow-aster.html

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I’m having a meltdown. Not the put-her-in-the-loony-bin kind, but the rock-in-the-corner-so-I-can-breathe kind. Maybe they’re one and the same and I really do need to be put away, but I think I just need a little air. I’m bone tired. My eyes look like I haven’t slept in weeks. I’m eating my feelings and developing a pudge that isn’t gonna go anywhere if I keep binging on chocolate, nachos and wine.  
I’m 28 and everyone has left me. I have no friends. My boyfriend left. My mom died, so technically she left me too. I hate my job.  
I get this overwhelming oh my God, is this what my life is gonna be? feeling and I want to die. 
Curl up and die.  
And since I don’t feel my heartbeat fading or my breathing getting even slightly faint, I panic that I’m gonna have to live. 

Maybe Maby is a heartbreaking, and at times, hilarious story about coping with loss, finding love in New York, and learning to recognize hope in the middle of it all.

Maybe Maby is available as an ebook from Amazon or in paperback from Createspace.

What people are saying about Maybe Maby:

"Chaotic and passionate, Maybe Maby is an outstanding display of emotions. This book hurt in the best possible way, and I’m not sure I’ve ever rooted for a character more than Maby. She is such a beautiful soul haunted by her own demons, and watching her overcome them was nothing short of miraculous. And her champion…he is just the perfect kind of swoon. Their moments were hot, intense, and tender, making me fall for the two of them hard and fast. A romance that is so much more—touching…unique…unforgettable—Maybe Maby is a phenomenal read you can’t miss.” —A.L. Jackson, New York Times Bestselling Author


"I have a new book boyfriend and he resides within the pages of this book. Sharp wit, swoon-worthy romantic gestures and the tackling of difficult, but very real, topics come together beautifully in Maybe Maby.” — Melissa Brown, author of Picturing Perfect


"Quirky, funny, sexy, heartwarming, swoon-worthy perfection. I can think of a million words to describe this book and all of them make me smile. Maby is adorable. Saul makes my insides flutter. Dalton clouded my head. And Coen made me feel … so much. I love this story! I just finished it and I already want to go back and read it again!" — Claire Contreras, author of The Darkness SeriesCatch Me, and The Contracts and Deceptions Series


Maybe Maby is a book I will pick up often, and fall in love with again and again. Well done, Ms. Aster. This is a masterpiece.” — Maggi Myers, The Final Piece and Lily Love


"A brilliantly written romance of a beautifully dysfunctional mind." — Leslie Fear, author of Villere House


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Interview

Today’s blog hop is over at A.K.A. The Book Harlots…check it out here: http://on.fb.me/1qwDDCr

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Touchy Subject Alert: Love Triangles

This is the beginning of my blog hop! Today I’m over at Shh Moms Reading, discussing that taboo topic: Love Triangles. :)

Make sure you enter the giveaway! Each blog will have its own giveaway, so join us each day this week. xoxo

Click here: http://shhmomsreading.com/willow-asters-blog-hop-promo-week-and-giveaway/

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