Wednesday, October 29, 2014

PJ Belden

 There are times in our life when we cross paths that aren’t meant to be crossed. Well, consider them crossed.
Faith Harper was a goodie two shoes. All her life, she’s always done exactly as she’s told, even pushing away her one true love so many years ago. That was until she found out that the man she was set up to marry had a whole secret life behind her back. Angry and hell bent on punishing her family, Faith finds herself on a path she can’t get off of.
Logan James has been the dependable responsible man that everyone needed him to be. After a tragedy strikes his family when he was only fifteen years old, he was forced to become an adult. Several years later, he still wrestles with the one that got away. Exhausted and needing something to feel alive, Logan finds himself on a path that he never thought he’d find again.
The problem was Faith and Logan should have never crossed paths. They were not to meet. Yet here they are…again. It can’t be fate, but if it isn’t that… what is it? Sometimes the best paths to walk down are the Forbidden Paths.


Writing has always been an outlet for me. Growing up, I’d write poems based on my moods or events happening around me. Eventually they grew from there. It was a great way for me to clear my head at night. A way to kind of shut down the day, so to speak. Now here I am so many years later, finally taking the leap into the author world.
My husband has been my rock this whole journey. We’ve been married for eleven years and have three amazingly beautiful children (10, 8, 5). They are the reason I push myself as hard as I do. They are my reason to strive each day to be better, to give them better. We are currently living in a small town in Indiana, but we have lived in Alaska, Illinois, Georgia and Tennessee. Out of all the places we’ve lived, Alaska has been my favorite and most inspirational too.
When I’m not writing, I’m chasing my three kids, a four year old Siberian Husky, or even sometimes my husband *winks*. We love having family craft day. If it is a down day, you can find me curled up with a good book or occasionally watching some television.
Our lives are like books. We’ve just got to write the story. So let’s write the best one to hit the pages.

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