Today’s Brew: Hot Marshmallow Madness, or something like that? Basically peppermint hot cocoa with fluff. And probably diabetes.
Seasons in the Sun is on sale for less than one dollar for the month of March.
Ten Reasons for you to spend your hard earned dollar on my book:
- It’s set in the summer. It’s been 20 degrees forever. Reading this book will make it warmer outside. I promise.
- No one can actually afford to vacation on Martha’s Vineyard, so you can pretend you’re vacationing with celebrities.
- You get to see Callie in her awkward, home-schooled glory.
- Human Tristan. Surfing.
- Callie and Tristan work in a coffee shop. Tristan with a job. Somehow this will justify your coffee consumption.
- Callie’s mother will make you feel like Mother Of The Year.
- If you read Because the Night and didn’t quite understand what Callie saw in Tristan, you will get it now.
- Night Moves comes out in three weeks, and Callie, Tristan, and Taryn all make appearances. Oh, you don’t know who Taryn is? Read Seasons in the Sun and find out.
- Callie follows her heart, meaning she does more dumb shit.
- This is as close to a sweet romance as I’m ever going to write.
And the official blurbage:
Summer has finally arrived, along with a boy who will forever change the life of fourteen-year-old Callie. After growing up hearing stories about Tristan Trevosier and his famous family, Callie finally meets him when he spends the summer on Martha’s Vineyard. Seventeen-year-old Tristan is a hurricane of destruction and rebellion, and he quickly blows a hole right into Callie’s sheltered life. Callie sees a side of Tristan that he doesn’t show anyone else. She’s determined to make everyone see what she sees in him.
Callie defies her parents by leaving the island with Tristan. But when his ugly habits rear their head, Callie realizes maybe she’s the one who’s wrong about him. He’s beyond her help. But it’s too late for her to walk away. This summer, she learns that love can be stronger than reason.
A dollar! It’s floating around in your purse. You’d give it to one those homeless guys with the cardboard. A whole evening’s worth of entertainment for a dollar. You can’t beat that.