Get yourself a copy of The Sorting Room, on me! If you liked The Hunger Games trilogy or the Divergent Series, this is the book for you! And, there’s more to come, as it’s only book 1 of a trilogy, with book 2 set to be released in 2018. Just enter the drawing below to win either one of ten digital kindle versions or the paperback!
Digital version link: https://giveaway.amazon.com/p/1f60744a814399bd
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Now’s your chance to grab a copy of my YA romantic comedy, “Just Like a Pill”, by following my author page on Amazon. Here’s a quick synopsis if you’d like to see what it’s about:
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.
It’s available on Amazon and Kindle, BUT you can enter into a drawing NOW to win one paperback, or one of ten digital editions of “Just Like a Pill”. The giveaway is only live until August 2nd, so get to it now! And if you love it, reviews on Amazon are always appreciated 🙂
The idea behind this story is a rather deep philosophical idea about whether or not love can or must be real – ie., is attraction ever enough? Scarlett gains the attention of the hot rocker boy she’s been crushing on, but as wise Rumplestiltskin on ABC’s Once Upon a Time would state: “Magic always comes with a price, dearie”.