Thursday, April 25, 2024

Our Lives In Between

It had been five years since the accident that derailed Veronica’s life, which left her suffering from a strange flu-like illness ever since. Thanks to a barrier set in her mind at birth, she can’t remember her name is Harmony and that this is not her real life. She has no memory of the many lives she had lived before this one and how several of those lives had been cut short. How she must uncover the reason why those lives had ended so early, and how this moment may hold the key, or she risks losing herself and Earth forever.

As Harmony, she wants to uncover the reason why her lives keep ending so soon. As Veronica, she wonders how much longer she has to live like this? What could possibly be left for her? Little did she know, she was about to get her answers...

read an excerpt...Transitioning from our life on Earth back to our real life can be compared to waking up from a very vivid dream. Sometimes you find yourself in the middle of doing something you didn’t expect, which can create a very awkward situation at times. The effects from going to Earth had worn off and it slowly occurred to me that I was on someone’s lap, still gripping their shirt. Just like me, being Harmony here meant that Seth was someone else here as well. Shit. I winced at the thought of turning around because I was afraid of who it might be.

The moment I turned, the stark contrast in his appearance caused me to leap out of his lap. “Whoa!” I stumbled back in my haste, catching my foot on my robe, flipping backward right over the cot.

He leaned over the cot, offering me his hand. “Harmony, are you alright?”

I looked up, and as soon as I saw that sandy blond hair and those blue eyes, I groaned on the inside.

Kaleb was the last soul I wanted to see.

He and I had been arguing before we left here for this last life. I remembered what he did—all the times he had gotten me killed early—and I realized that he may have done it again.

I got up quickly from the floor on my own. “I could have sworn I said that I didn’t want to talk to you.”

“You did.” His reply was so smooth and casual.

“Then what are you doing here?” I tried to control my tone but the irritation I felt at just the sight of him at the end of another short-lived life just wouldn’t quite let me.

“I was brought in for your transition from Earth.” His reply sounded so innocent, but I was on to him.

I crossed my arms. “You should have declined that invitation.”

“What for? You’re not still angry, are you?”

“Uh, did you seriously think I wouldn’t be?”

“I thought things might be a little different after that last one.” He sounded so sure of himself.

“Just because we got along during one lifetime does not make up for what you did in all those other ones!”

“It doesn’t?”


“Why not?”

“Because you keep killing me!” I practically shouted.

about Billie Kowalewski... 

Billie Kowalewski grew up in a small town along the Connecticut shoreline. She’s always had a wild imagination and spent her childhood dreaming up stories. This would often lead her to the library or whatever bookstore where she would be combing the shelves for books that closely resembled what was in her head at the time. A lot of the time she would come close and would be satisfied with what she found. However, there was always this one story she could never find. It was in 2010 that she decided to write it herself. In whatever spare time she has left, she enjoys listening to pretty much anything that rocks, like 80's hair bands, metal, etc. She also has a gift for finding the strangest movies and shows ever (according to her children) and loves spending time with her family.


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more personal "stuff" about Billie Kowalewski...

What is something you’ve lied about?

I took time off from work to go to a wedding. I never went. I stayed home and worked on my book.

Who is the last person you hugged?

The last person I hug is usually my daughter or my son. Everyday.

What are you reading now?

Nothing. I cannot read someone else’s books while I write my own. It’s one of my little quirks.

How do you come up with the titles to your books?

I came up with this last one with my kids. They helped with ideas and suggestions.

Share your dream cast for your book.

I do dream of one day being able to hug my characters. 


  1. Hello, Our Town Book Reviews! It nice to be here today!

  2. Thank you so much for featuring this book and author!

  3. If you could spend a day with one of your characters, who would it be and what would you do?

    1. I would want to hang out with Luke. We would go to The Legendary 7 and rock out!

  4. Thanks for sharing. Sounds really good.

  5. This looks like a great novel. Thanks for sharing and hosting this tour.

  6. Looks like a really good read.


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