Friday, July 14, 2017

Celebrate the Small Things 14-7-17

This post is part of Lexa Cain's bloghop, Celebrate the Small Things. Head on over there to join up!

So what am I celebrating this week?

Book launch!

Yes, An Unstill Life is now available again.  With a new publisher, a new cover, a few new edits and a new dedication.

So for any of you who emailed me, asking where you could get a copy of An Unstill Life, I now have an answer.  Just scroll down a little bit and you'll find buy links….  I'd love if if you'd buy a copy, and I'd love it even more if you left a review after reading.

Available NOW!

When your whole world is falling apart, what are the chances you’ll find love in the most unexpected of places?

Livvie feels like she’s losing everything: her two best friends have abandoned her for their boyfriends, her mother continues to ignore her, while her sister, Jules, is sick again and getting worse by the day. Add in the request Jules has made of her and Livvie feels like she’s losing her mind, too.

Her only escape is in the art room, where she discovers not only a refuge from her life, but also a kindred soul in Bianca, the school “freak”. Livvie’s always felt invisible, at school and at home, but with Bianca, she finally feels like someone sees the real Livvie. As the relationship deepens and it comes time to take the romance public, will Livvie be able to take that step?

Livvie’s about to find out if she has what it takes to make the tough decisions and stand up for herself—for the first time in her life


  1. Congrats on the book launch! Exciting times. Hope it all goes well and you get loads of sales :)


  2. Yay! Congratulations. Definitely a big thing to celebrate this week. :)

  3. Congratulations on the rerelease! If I hadn't been busy helping my sister make the most of her two-week leave, I would've helped tout the launch.

  4. Huge congrats... so excited for you. This is fantastic news!!

  5. Congratulations on the re release. The cover is cool, and the title intriguing. I hope it does well. I re-released my debut novel, Devolution, five years after it first came out (self published in paperback). Devolution 2.0 has an awesome cover and outsold Devolution 1.0 nearly 100 times over. Good luck with An Unstill Life 2.0