Month: August 2014

Anna and Chapter 11

The protagonist of Into the Blind dies in Chapter 11.* Here is the reaction of one sweet girl named Anna to this…via Twitter… “What? WHAT DID I JUST READ? Shakes head in denial, @helenrena123 there better be some great comeback…” *It’s not the end of the protag, of course. 🙂

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Review from Enchanted by YA

I’m so excited: INTO THE BLIND got a glowing review from Enchanted by YA Blog. Here are a few quotes: “Into the Blind was fast-paced, thrilling, dramatic and unbelievably enjoyable.” ” You simply need to read this book, so then…we can rave together!” “Into the Blind is a suspenseful read that I can’t express how …

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Going Pecans

This post is a part of Going Pecans Blog Hop–to celebrate the release of my good friend Gina Henning’s debut contemporary romance Going Pecans. So, of course, the theme of the blog hop is going pecans. Going nuts. Which is never the best time of one’s life, but it always makes a nice scene in …

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Ketchup Clouds

Ketchup Clouds has an awesome premise: a teenage girl murders one boy and betrays another. And then writes about it to a death-row inmate. My interest was through the roof at once. But…well…okay, the book was good in places. It was fast-paced. The protagonist’s voice was entertaining…perky. There were some very passionate and nicely described …

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