I Surrender by Monica James is making history!!
For the first time ever, a soundtrack has been written to accompany a book!!
The 10 track album was written by Passengers of Ego, the band starring in the novel.
All songs were inspired by I Surrender, and reflect a chosen chapter in the book.
The album entitled, I Surrender will be available via iTunes, and also on CD on
October 25th 2013.
For pre orders- passengersofego.bigcartel.com
Passengers of Ego are coming!
Check out the video!
Monica James’ publisher, theEDGEbooks.com has put together an author signing and band performance of P.O.E. to help celebrate the release of the CD at the legendary,
House of Blues in Downtown Disney, Anaheim!
Come out to meet Monica James and the band Nov. 2, 2013 at
Rockin’ the Holidays Indie Readers Bash!
Be a part of history!
Enter Jasper White.
Unbeknown to Ava, Jasper White will change her life forever.
The attraction is instantaneous which troubles Ava, who has sworn off men indefinitely. But, she is finding resisting Jasper, with his tousled bedroom hair and piercing cerulean eyes, harder than she ever imagined. And that’s because Jasper knows what he wants, and he wants Ava.
But, can Ava surrender to her feelings for the one man who compels her to love again? Because, what happens if love does not triumph all? What happens if love isn’t enough?
Monica James spent her youth devouring the works of Anne Rice, William Shakespeare and Emily Dickinson. Listening to the likes of Elvis to Fiona Apple and everything in between has been her inspirational tool to write. Her varied musical and literary tastes have shaped her into the writer she has become. Monica partook in extra Literature and Writing studies in High School. She studied a Bachelor of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at La Trobe University Victoria, Australia, majoring in Philosophy and Cinema Studies for three years. When she is not writing she is running her own business, but always finds a balance between the two. Monica enjoys reading honest, heartfelt and turbulent stories that leave an imprint on her. She put pen to paper because she wanted to write a book that she would want to read. She draws inspiration from her surroundings, hopeful others enjoy reading about the world as she sees it.