Fourth Of July, Fresh Paperbacks, and Updates!

Hello friends,

It’s great to hear from you. First and foremost, Happy Fourth of July. It’s been a crazy year, with lots of stress on all sides. But I’m praying for brighter and better days ahead. So far, it looks like events this summer will be in full swing, and I’ll be out and about chatting with my amazing readers in person before I know it. How sweet is that?

I’ve also been busy hustling on a few different accounts. These endeavors include:

  • Publishing Forgiving What I Couldn’t Change (Book 2 of The Rewind Duology, which you can access HERE.) And I now have paperbacks that you can get directly from me if you want them signed – just respond
  • Building a website (YES, seriously – I hired a fantastic designer my cousin knows from college, and we’re going to have something really incredible to show you super soon).
  • Coordinate events for the summer, including YA Thriller Con happening remotely on July 9th (Madeline Dyer from Instagram is organizing this, so reach out to her for updates if you’re curious on how to tune in).
  • Working on new freelance opportunities, like writing for Go Local Providence. Stay tuned for updates on that – but I’m super excited to write music and book reviews for their site!

So yes, it’s been quite a bit of a lot lately. But I’m so grateful for all your support and am looking forward to sharing my newest story with you!

Hope you’re having an amazing holiday weekend. Be well, and I’ll talk to you soon.


Angelina Singer


Author: Angelina Singer

Magna Cum Laude graduate who studied English, Music, and of course, Creative writing. For me, writing is an escape as well as a coping mechanism.

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