About Chasing the Tide

Release Date : May 1st, 2015

Chasing the Tide. What’s the story behind the title?

Picture this: Being at the beach, the sun beaming and the sand soft under your feet. The water kisses your toes, only to pull back, teasing you. The idea is that we’re all searching for something that can’t be found. Elizabeth is no different. Her life has been a series of trying. Trying to find happiness, trying to blend in. She is, in my eyes, chasing the tide that can never be caught. Because no matter how close you get to the water, it always slips away, back out into the, at times, tempestuous waves.

The journey in writing this book was a little harder than with Mystic Waters. I was in the process of dealing with some things and a few months into it, I came home from Afghanistan. There just wasn’t enough time in a day. But I pushed because seeing everyone reading Mystic Waters made me want it more than anything in the world.

Welcome to Nivineon. 🙂

All my love,
Cynth


Coldplay – Always In My Head

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After an immense devastation, Liza, daughter of the king of merpeople, fights her inner demons in order to go to Nivineon and meet her people as their ruler. But the need for vengeance living inside of her is all-consuming. Relationships, both old and new, become strained and Liza realizes she must come to terms with her life and take charge as the queen of demi.

Being in charge is hard enough without having the entire demi race against you. During her time in training, Liza becomes stronger than she ever thought she could be. When another tragedy hits closer to home, she finds her way back to Mystic as a new woman.

Life was easier when Liza knew her enemies and the reason behind her vendetta against the Sea Witch. But everything she thought she knew is about to change.

The second installment in the Mystic Series, Chasing the Tide is a fast-paced novel that will break your heart, mend it, and give you hope renewed.

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