Becoming Invisible by Tiffany Carmouche Cover Reveal
Book Genre New Adult Romance Suspenseful Romance Contemporary
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Synopsis of Becoming Invisible
Becoming Invisible is the third book in a New Adult Series about finding unexpected love and a woman’s fight for survival.
Passion. ..Obsession. ..Love…Loss.
When fire consumes the Carlisle’s home and an obsessed serial killer continues to hunt Nicole and her family, Dylan and Bradley realize the only way to keep them alive is to help them become… invisible.
Review of Becoming Invisible
“Becoming Invisible is the third book of the series and it has you hitting the ground running. Another fantastic, descriptive, heart-pounding read from Tiffany Carmouche. The story continues at a perfect pace and will have your temperature rising with lust, your heart pounding with anticipation and have your body tingling with chills, a real rollercoaster read. The intrigue, romance and suspense is perfectly written from each of the characters perspectives so it gives you that little extra insight into their thoughts and emotions, pulling you further into the story. I’m totally hooked and begging for the next installment already!”~Nicki Wilson
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All New Interview with Tiffany... find out the secrets behind her books!
What made you decide to write about abusive relationships? Is this something you’ve experienced?
It is. Like Nicole in The Alaska series, I escaped an abusive relationship to begin again I think once you are broken you never really heal totally. I am still picking up the pieces. My husband was my high school sweetheart. I thought he was my soul mate. He was my first love. I guess, every time he abused me mentally or physically, I figured I must have done something to deserve it. If dinner wasn’t ready when he got home, if I left the house…it got so bad that I couldn’t even bring my toddler to the park behind our apt. I was imprisoned. It was bad. But the worst part is I still loved him. I know WTF. I wanted to live happily ever after and I thought one day he would become the man I fell in love with. I tried the whole submissive thing. I gave up all of my friends, the things I loved, everything to be a good wife. I could go on and on…when I wrote this book, I was finally free. He had left us with nothing. My house was in foreclosure, and he decided he wanted a new family. Even though I am still struggling in many ways, I am stronger then I have been in a long time and I know I will get through this. My intention was not to write about the abuse, but I began to wonder…what if? What if I had stayed in Alaska? What if I had not come back from paradise to forgive and marry the man I had escaped from? And somehow the words found their way to the pages.
You spent some time collecting questions and art and other things from victims of abuse, are you actively working with victims or spreading knowledge through your writing?
Both. Last summer and this summer I am taking my vacation time to serve in Puerto Rico. Casa Julia is a home for abused woman and children and I serve at_______ a homeless community as well. I have had many women submit to a project I am working on. I had hoped the book would be coming out in October but after talking to so many woman who have gone through what I have, I decided I needed even more stories. Out of the Shadows is a project I, am working on.
Submissions can be:
*A chapter ~Your story (A paragraph -5 pages)
*Quotes from you on hope or overcoming obstacles
*Pictures, photography or drawings (black and white)
*Submissions can be from an adult or child’s point of view*If you would prefer interview questions, I can send them instead/as well
My goal is that Out of the Shadows will be used to give hope to people who are afraid to leave or have begun their journey out of the shadows and into the light. All the money will go to help provide service to victims of abuse.
What exactly is the message you’re sending with these books?
I have been through some really hard times and truly didn’t know if I would survive. I think my message is no matter how many times you get knocked down…GET UP! DON”T GIVE UP! There is life after abuse. There is life after depression. There is life after pain. That each struggle, each tragedy is just a chapter in your life…TURN THE PAGE!
Have you heard from fans about your writing? How has it affected them?
To me the most rewarding thing about writing, it is my amazing fans! They are so cherished. I really never thought I would get so many wonderful messages from around the world. I have gotten many beautiful messages from women who said they read my book at just the right time in their life. It has been inspiring.
What do you like to do when you’re not writing?
Spend time with family. Dance, sing, play And art. I actually took up art while writing this series to get a better feeling of what sculpting was like. I have dabbled but really love it now!
How has writing changed your life?
I have been so blessed with all of my fans and these amazing people I have grown close to over cyberspace. I have found myself again. Or at least I am finding myself.
When I started the book, I was totally broken. I found this blog I began back in 2012 before The Impostor was published.
Flashback from 2012
From The Chains Of My Brokenness
So who am I and why should you follow my journey? Truth is I lost myself long ago and I am trying to find me. I lost myself by falling in love with and marrying the wrong man, a man that made me second guess my own worth and abused me mentally and physically for years.
Sometimes I have to sing the song by Pink in the kitchen at the top of my lungs hoping the neighbors aren’t watching, “I lost my husband, I don’t know where he went.” It makes me laugh now. I really don’t know where he is. He left me and my children abandoned with no financial support years ago. He pops up in the area from time to time telling me he loves me, making promises he never keeps and is off again, only to rekindle the wounds. I had been brainwashed into the feeling I was worthless and inadequate and I couldn’t survive on my own.
But somehow I have. I can’t say the journey has been easy. Many nights we didn’t know if we would be homeless. Many cold winters we suffered without electricity and many days we didn’t have food to eat but somehow, although the loom of possible homelessness was never far from the horizon, we have survived and I appreciate the little things in life. Like the moon last night did you see it? Breath taking? Even if I had been homeless I would have still been able to receive that gift.
This will be my journey from imprisonment to freedom. I shall reveal my voyage away from the shackles of an oppressive and abusive relationship to my innate struggle for survival perhaps in flashbacks sometimes. I will expose my flight, from the chains of my brokenness and the captivity of my own inhibitions, to not giving a crap what others think of me and just “doing it!”. I chose to find myself this year! I chose to live! Join me as I scribble my conquest for all to see from barely surviving to the empowerment of triumph. At least I can hope that will be the outcome, I am sure there will be a few bumps along the way.
But this blog will be about someone who was broken, picking up the pieces. And although I have some pieces missing, I will duct tape “me” together and just go out there and start a new chapter in my life anyway! So who am I? I am an aspiring novelist, singer, artist, mom, world traveler, teacher, dancer, and happy person. Oh yea, and aspiring fitness goddess. (Okay so that one is a really really long shot but we can have dreams right.) Most of these things are things I let die along the way that I am hoping to rediscover in myself.
I have decided if the world is gonna end this year I better get off my tush and start makin’ things happen! So much of life is stolen because of waiting for the perfect day, the perfect time… when I lose weight, when I am more prepared. The truth is there is no day like today!
I can’t tell you how many things I have just not done because I didn’t feel I was ready, I was worthy etc. but I am tired of waiting on the sidelines for the stars to align I think I am just going to jump in feet first and hope my flailing to stay afloat provides some entertainment for someone!
I wrote all of about 3 blog post…but here it is less then a year later and my third novel is getting ready to be released. Seven months ago, my first book The Impostor, A Love Story was published. Yes, here it is seven months later and I am revealing the cover of the third book in the series. I have dusted myself off. I have stood back up and each day I take a step closer to the light. Yes, I am finally finding myself again. Writing has helped me realize I am not worthless. Each time someone buys my book, each letter from I receive from a fan, each pm and email each time someone shares has meant more then they will ever know.
When Tiffany Carmouché is not writing romance novels, you can find her sculpting, traveling, teaching, singing, dancing, escaping in music or enjoying her family.
From skydiving in Alaska to scuba diving in Hawaii, Carmouché has traveled the worls seeking adventure. These include riding camels in Africa, swimming under the stars in Puerto Rico, dancing salsa in Ecuador, and walking the cobblestone roads of Assisi, Italy. She has also found fulfillment working with the disabled and orphans in Argentina and Mexico. Her most cherished moments, however, have been watching her two beautiful daughters grow and strive to accomplish their own dreams.
Despite all of these amazing experiences, she has survived many struggles. There was a time she felt defeated, but now she is recommitted to savoring experiences both in the novels she writes and in the life she lives each day. Her secret hope is that anyone who is struggling will realize there is a light at the end of the tunnel and no matter how hard the fight, no matter how many times they have been knocked down, it is always worth staggering up to their feet and learning to breathe again.
Who would be your dream cast for your books?
Yeah a lighter question, woot woot! Sorry if this was a serious interview… you asked questions that bubbled up stuff I don’t usually talk about… now hot guys… that is a preferred topic!
Dream cast- I would love to hear your picks… but mine…
Dylan hot muscular- I can’t decided between Colin Wayne, Channing Tatum, Chris Evans…the list goes on
Bradley sweet boy next door with dark hair and blue eyes…I haven’t found the perfect actor although I have seen a lot of great model shots but actors…Zack Efron He is hot, has beautiful eyes and is adorable.
Chris I could see Matt Bomer, Jenson Ackles, …so many possibilities.
Nicole- Ella from Vampire Diaries…
Where to stalk me in…in a good way.