It’s Black Friday Week, and I’m so excited to offer my readers a special opportunity to purchase SIGNED and PERSONALIZED copies of Roam and The Edge of Nowhere! This is a great opportunity to stuff those stockings, or simply purchase a meaningful gift for a dear friend! Price includes sales tax and shipping, but it’s … Continue reading Black Friday Week Offer!
Hello Friends! I can’t believe its just 7 days until the release of ROAM! I’m so excited I can barely stand myself! In celebration of this countdown, I’m having a GIVEAWAY! If you need a nudge to go ahead and pre-order your copy of ROAM (as if the discounted pre-order price isn’t enough!), here’s another … Continue reading Purchase your copy of ROAM and Win a Prize Pack!
Wishing a Happy Book Birthday to Kara McDowell on her debut young adult novel, JUST FOR CLICKS!
There are some events in a person’s life that are completely life-altering—moments when you witness something so unexpected that it changes how you see the world and, sometimes, makes you want to “do” something and be a better person. For me, that moment came in 2014 when I was assigned to write an article for … Continue reading ROAM: The People Who Inspired the Novel
Happy Thursday! I can’t believe it’s only 26 days until ROAM finally hits bookstores! It feels like it’s taken forever for this day to come, and yet it also feels like the clock is dragging! To make this time go by a little faster, I’m going to be posting a little more frequently between now … Continue reading 26 Days until ROAM! Win & Read it First!
Huge Congratulations to Kerri Ruth whose name was randomly selected to WIN the ROAM Holiday Gift Pack Giveaway!
Some women collect shoes or purses, and others collect things like makeup and nail polish. Me, I collect books. My house is overflowing with books on every shelf and every surface, but I just can’t seem to say no to a book that looks good. And when my mother-in-law is with me, it’s even … Continue reading Book Review: ONE OF US IS LYING
Check out my haul of exceptional reading from my trip to Barnes and Noble yesterday
My mentor needs to love To Kill a Mockingbird, diverse characters, blended families and the real-life issues of teens