Monday, August 05, 2013

Who Am I? by KC Sprayberry

 Solstice Publishing


My longtime friend and fellow writer, KC Sprayberry has taken the publishing world by storm. After publishing a few short stories in anthologies, her first novel, Softly Say Goodbye, released with Solstice Publishing January 2013. Since then the contracts have been flying faster than snowflakes in a blizzard!

Who Am I? is just one of the most recent releases. This e-book novella is written about teens, but don't let that stop you. I was up until 3:45 am reading it straight through! Brooke is a relatable teen. As a teenager I may not have questioned my parents or actual identity, but every teen (and dare I say adult?) can relate to the urge of finding who they are in the world. To finding friends and a style that's their own. We all face teasing, bullying and stress in varying levels. KC takes these relatable issues and turns them into a fast paced suspense read that keeps you flipping the pages.

Be sure you check out all of her other new releases too. You won't want to miss any of them.

Brooke English never belongs. She changes schools twice a year, as often as her looks and name change. Her thoughts about belonging to her "family" get even more viral when they stop in Landry, Georgia. Then things start to go wrong. Then Brooke starts to have dreams.
Will she find the answers she wants? Or will her worst fears become reality?

KC Sprayberry loves reading, but not as much as she loves writing stories for young adults and middle-graders. Her interest in telling her stories goes back to her high school years, where she excelled in any and all writing classes. After a move to the northwest area of Georgia, she dove into this pursuit full-time while raising her children. While she spends many days researching are
as of interest, she also loves photography and often uses it as a way to integrate scenery into her work. (Twitter: @kcsowriter.)

Note: I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are 100% my own.

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