Hello friends! If you’re new here, welcome. If you’ve been here before, you’ll know that I started this whole writing journey because I was upset about a boy who wouldn’t make up his mind about me. Regardless, I’m here today because I just heard that the audiobook for my very first story about a boy is now available!
That’s right – the book is called “Just Like a Pill: Who Knew the Boy of Her Dreams Would Fall Under Her Spell”, and it’s very silly and light-hearted. I say that because if I don’t, I’d end up just cringing at it, and who wants to do that? Not me, LOL. I drafted this whole thing in like a month over four years ago during my freshman year of college, and I can honestly say that my life hasn’t been the same since. I didn’t ever picture myself as an indie author, but here I am, telling you about this audiobook and producing more for the other four (going on five) books I’ve published since!
It kind of reads like a fan fiction, because in some ways, it totally is. Friends who knew me IRL will know WAY too much about that particular aspect, but that’s just how the cookie crumbled, I guess! Fun fact: It’s also based loosely on the song “Red” by Taylor Swift, which is a song that will probably always mean so much to me from the events that inspired this story.
Here’s the book blurb to the story that started it all for me:
When Scarlett gets a sinus infection the week before Homecoming, she never knew that she would be plunged deep into a tangled mess involving the hunky guitar player, Maxx, who goes to her school. She quickly develops a mysterious side effect that appears to cause Maxx to be instantly attracted to her. With her health-freak fashionista friend Izzy by her side, Scarlett searches desperately to find answers about the sketchy “antibiotics” that she took to combat her symptoms. The time clock is set to one week, and between dodging the fiendish escapades of the high school “it-girl” who dates Maxx, as well as the feeble advances of nerdy Greg, Scarlett has to figure out what’s real and what’s not before anyone she cares about gets hurt.
Sound good? Great! You can grab a copy of the audiobook HERE or Comment on this post to ask me for a free promo code in exchange for an honest review. Hope you enjoy this story as much as I loved writing it!
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