Book Tour – DREAM GIRL by S.J. Lomas

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BLURB: For Christine, dreams have never meant much. Until she meets Gabriel. Everyone thinks Christine should stay away from her new coworker at the library-thanks to his bad reputation-but when her dreams grow more vivid and she becomes entangled in a dangerous dream world with Gabriel every night, she can’t stay away. Soon it’s clear there is far more to dreams than Christine ever imagined, and now she’s on the path to making the biggest, and strangest, decision of her life.



I should have tossed out a welcoming smile and a “Nice to meet you. Gotta run,” but the strong outline of his back did nothing to prepare me for the siren song of his front. Melancholy practically poured off him, nearly visible, yet transient as smoke. His tousled brown hair, square-ish face, Johnny Depp lips and intense brown eyes nearly knocked me backwards. In that brief instant of eye contact, I felt the disorienting fuzziness that comes between sleep and wakefulness. Tiny flecks of autumn amber sparkled in his eyes, beckoning me deeper. My lips parted, as if not under my control, and prepared to utter some sort of greeting but stopped. I noticed the slightest twinge in my brain.

Strange but not unpleasant, it felt like a warm breeze had just blown away a cobweb from my mind. Jarred by all these things happening in an instant, I turned away. Even so, I could feel his eyes on me as I fled. It made the entire length of my spine tingle.




S.J. Lomas is a cheerful Michigan native who writes strange and somewhat dark stories. She is a wife, mother, librarian, and definitely a dreamer.

Readers can visit S.J. at her website:

Twitter: @SJLomasAuthor

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Told in very short chapters with alternating points-of-view, Dream Girl tells an enticing story of friendship, adventure, and determining one’s path in life.” – Randy-Lynne Wach. Review for San Francisco Book Review

This part-adventure/part-romance will keep readers on the edge of their seats while trying to figure out where it all will end. This will appeal to fans of the Abandon series by Meg Cabot.” -Deborah L. Dubois. Voice of Youth Advocates, (VOYA)


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Posted on April 29, 2015, in Guest Authors and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Thanks for stopping by, Amber. I was pretty excited about those reviews. I certainly never expected to have the name “Meg Cabot” show up in a review of my book. That was like a dream come true right there!


  2. Thank you for your kind comment, Betty! I’m so glad you enjoyed the excerpt. I started writing stories in 2nd grade and kept at it ever since. The idea for Dream Girl hit me hard a couple weeks before I got married. (Great timing, right?) Throw in becoming a mother and it ended up taking me 10 years to finish Dream Girl. But I kept coming back to it over the years. That’s why I figured I had a worthwhile story. It didn’t leave me alone.


  3. Sounds like an interesting read. And great reviews. Grats


  4. I love the blurb! How long have you been writing? Thank you!


  5. Thank you so much for hosting Dream Girl! I’ll be checking in periodically if anyone has questions for me. 🙂

    @darl, thanks for stopping by! I love the cover. My publisher was cool enough to let me choose the artist and I’d admired the worked of Phatpuppy Art Studios for awhile. She does gorgeous work!


  6. Thanks for telling us about your book.


  7. I like the brown cloak she’s wearing.


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