Nightingale is currently FREE for the first time ever! This is a spin off of my Lark trilogy, however it can be read as a stand alone without reading the Lark books first. BUT if you'd like to read the complete Lark trilogy first, be sure to scroll down for my giveaway! ;)
You can check out the rest of my books here. My next release is entitled Paper Flowers! I'm hoping to have it out by the end of the year!
For a chance to win my complete Lark trilogy be sure to enter my giveaway! It's easy enough, all I ask is that you follow me on Facebook!
Hello hello! It's the first official day of Summer Vacation for me and I'm....sick in bed! But it's okay because it means that I have time to share this upcoming event with you!
In June, the Alliance of Young Adult Authors is sponsoring a massive young adult scavenger hunt. This is a chance to meet some new authors, grab a bunch of free books, and sign up to win a whole bunch of epic prizes!
Each author will be given a special keyword, which will be bolded and all caps like this: BUTTERFLIES.
All you have to do is visit all the author's sites in this order, write down the special keywords to discover the short story, then enter the giveaway with the completed secret legend HERE.
There will be one main giveaway for the main prize, but most of the participating authors will also have smaller giveaways for free books, amazon credit and author swag, so make sure you read their post carefully to see what else they're offering while you're on their site for…
It all started as a game—a game I never lost. Cami Andrews is a girl on a mission. She’s a girl with a plan. A three-step plan, to be exact, and it hasn’t failed her yet. Her best friend Oliver doesn’t approve of the games she plays. He is a boy unwaveringly loyal. Loyal to a fault, but his patience is running thin. When Cami sees Peyton Holmes for the first time she knows that she wants him to be her next conquest, and when Cami sets her sights on something, she never fails. Not in life and certainly not in love. She always gets what she wants, even if she has to adjust her personality a little in the process. It might test her friendship with Oliver, but that’s a chance she’s willing to take.