SAMANTHA'S PROMISE
Released May 30th 2014

Tired, strung out, and overworked Samantha Brown’s week goes from bad to worse when a collision with a stranger sends her folder of graphic design work flying—right into a well-placed puddle.

At least she has the weekend to fix the damage.

But the weekend is rarely peaceful. Samantha has to babysit her sister: scatterbrained ten-year-old Imogen, who is fussy, no good at cards, and loves listening to the radio at stupid o’clock in the morning.

This weekend, Imogen wants only one thing: to go on a bike ride with her big sister.

Deadline looming, that’s impossible. Instead, Samantha does the next best thing: she promises they’ll go next week.

As the month passes, though, Samantha’s promise fails to materialise, slipping further and further until she has almost forgotten about it. After all, there’s always next week—and Imogen can go by herself if she’s that desperate.

But unbeknownst to Samantha, next week might never come. Because there’s something very, very wrong with Imogen—and her time is quickly running out.

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Further Reading!
Why I Wrote Samantha's Promise
Sunset Ride: A short story set 9 months after the novel ends
 

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