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That depends on who I am and what they want. The me who I am right now though is someone I am really proud of and I wouldn’t change this me for anyone else, except to more fully grow into myself.
A year ago I met the most wonderful man and since then I have changed a lot, but all in positive ways. I’m more confident, outgoing, and I have more faith in myself. He opened my eyes to life and I changed in a completely amazing way.
I will let myself change into the someone I think I’m meant to be, but I won’t let myself change just to be accepted or loved.
Good for you! Such a great attitude!
Congrats on the release day!!
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NO! B/c just as soon as you “think” you know what another person wants, you realize you’re wrong and the changes you made are futile. Be yourself and if the other person can’t accept/love that person… move on!
No, I believe in being yourself and the other person should love you for you
No, I don’t think so
Doesn’t everyone do that on a daily basis? If you work for someone else, then you have given up who you are to be who they want you to be every time you clock in.
No I would not give up who I am for anybody. They should accept me for who I am.
Maybe, just MAYBE, I would give up PARTS of myself for someone else but ONLY if I thought that they had my best interest in mind. If I knew they wanted what was best for ME then, and only then, would I change for another person.
I would not change this ME for anyone else.
Why so many Twitters? I can’t add at this time. Follow me @sbutcher8 & I’ll follow you.
I actually think that all of us at one time or another give up who we are to be what someone else wants. I think it is noble to believe we don’t or wouldn’t, but all too often when the requirement is put before us we conform all too often. I loved book one and cannot wait to dive into book two. Congratulations on the release 🙂
I’ve been who everyone else wanted me to be most of my life but no I am being who Candy wants to be and no I will not give that up
I don’t know what I would do Maybe in his case I would do the same. It depended how fiercely I loved that person and would I sacrifice everything for them as well.
No I would never change. I did in my first marriage and was totally miserable. Now in my second marriage, I am me. So much happier!
No. I’d never be something or someone I’m not for someone else… Someone tried for years to make be someone I’m not, someone I wasn’t when they met me and it didn’t work out well for anyone. Thanks for the giveaway >^.^< <3
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