Three Rivers Deep | Book One Overview

Three Rivers Deep Series - Book 1: Sun Catch Her

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BOOK ONE OVERVIEW:

It took all of her remaining strength to say to her rescuer: “I’ll be fine.” Never having met him before, he stunned her by pressing lips to her forehead—carefully—his hot breath smelling strangely of electricity as he whispered back: “Yeah, that’s what you always say,” and then he vanished—that was two weeks ago.

Now, hundreds of miles removed from the grim day she barely survived, clairvoyant Aurora Whyte anxiously watches highway mile markers flash by, recalling yet again the desperate chase from an unseen creature that resulted in the collapse of their apartment building. Estranged from humanity because of an innate ability to connect with souls, Aurora has become isolated and emotionally destitute since the childhood-loss of her mother. She is all alone. However, that is about to change, and more so than she could have ever imagined when she reunites with her mysterious rescuer.

In the “Three Rivers Deep” series, book one: “Sun Catch Her,” after Aurora learns from an extremely handsome, otherworldly newcomer that she is a two-souled progeny of humans and their kind, called devvi, she finds herself surrounded by an assorted cast of elemental beings hell-bent on ensuring her survival. Although she may not need as much protection as everyone thinks when Aurora’s impressive confrontation with a Sky Devil points to the potential of her mixed-breed heritage making her a greater “Force of Nature” than her purebred counterparts.

Three Rivers Deep | book series
Author:  Tiffany J. Sherman

Book One Release Date April 2018.


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    • Hi Rebecca! To answer your question, not yet, Three Rivers Deep is not online for sale (i am not self-publishing). I am going the traditional route of finding a literary agent and publishing house. This takes time, which is why I I invite you to follow us to receive news of when we do get published!

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    • Hi Janelle!
      I’m still searching for a literary agent, who will help me find a publisher. I am thus unable to say at this time when the first book will be available. I do have a couple of full manuscript requests out and i’m waiting to hear back. So here’s hoping that soon we’ll be closer to publication!

      Thanks for your interest, Janelle 🙂 If you follow the blog, you’ll see me posting updates.

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  30. Hi Tiffany! Very intrigued by what I’ve seen of your story so far. Good luck with your queries, as I look forward to reading it. It seems to have many elements that are also in my Skydancer series. I’ve just released the first book in that series this month (decided to self-publish). I also love what you’ve done with Pinterest. I’m new to it, and it seems like a really unique way to build reader interest. All the best! ~Gwen

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    • Hi Gwen, thanks for wishing me luck with querying. I do have a couple of full manuscript requests out to agents and i’m waiting to hear back (fingers crossed). I want to have the backing of a team to help see not only Three Rivers Deep published, but someone who believes in my writing enough to back it long term. I currently work as an art director at an ad specialties company. I work with a team of people there, so i know from experience how invaluable it is to have that kind of support. As for using Pinterest as a social platform, it does take some time invested, but it has paid off. I’d say on average I see around 300 to 350 refers a day from Pinterst. My best day was up over 600. Pinterest has definitely helped increase traffic and follwers 🙂

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    • Hi Tracey-anne. Your enthusiasm to get your hands on my book is awesome/uplifting 🙂 No, it isn’t released yet. I am currently contacting literary agents and waiting to hear back from a couple of manuscript requests (fingers crossed). Breaking into the publishing industry through the traditional route is hard and very time consuming. The response rate is SLOW and the submission inboxes are bursting at the seams. I do count myself lucky that Three Rivers Deep has been getting manuscript requests. I know that there is always the faster/easier route of self-publishing. But as an author, I want to have the backing of a agent/publishing team to help see not only Three Rivers Deep published, but someone who believes in my writing enough to back it long term. Sooo yeah, it’s taking some time to do. In the meanwhile, this blog, Pinterest, and facebook are spreading the word about the series and gathering together a wonderful group of people who are excited to get the book in hand (including you! 🙂 )

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  31. I completely understand. I was in that position not long ago. It’s tough on the soul to wait for feedback on requests, and rejections can hit even harder. Though something inside just refuses to give up and we carry on. The belief in the story drives us further ~ a magical process of willpower.

    I didn’t wish to take the self-pub route either. I also liked the idea of having a support network, especially as a debut. It was driving me crazy wondering what to do, then I came across Urbane Publications, an indie publisher. I communicated with the founder, Matthew, for months prior to signing. It has been the right decision for me. All the other authors are amazing and incredibly supportive, the ‘Urbane Family’. :o)

    Just hold on and keep believing. I think your book sounds wonderful, as you’re aware, I wanted to purchase. Amazing things DO happen and I have a good feeling about your story.

    I wish you all the best.
    Love & light,
    Trace :o)

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    • I wish i could give you a hug! It’s so very nice when like minded individuals reach out. Gives a boost to that “magical process of willpower” as you put it, the belief that our story SHOULD find its audience.

      It is wonderful that you found Urbane Publications. A support system backing you is priceless. I know this, as I am an art director and I have the support of a team at my day job. I want this VERY MUCH for my writing as well. So yes, I WILL “hold on and keep believing.”

      Again, I THANK YOU for reaching out and being so very kind. Even as i am waiting to hear back from the 2 agents on the full, I am gearing up for another round of queries. I will do some research on Urbane to see if I should reach out to them as well (if they will consider authors based in the US).

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