Tagged with Young Adult Books

My Secrets Lies Dirty Little Alibis Playlist

One of my favorite things about writing (after interacting with fans and actually writing) is creating the perfect playlist. Admittedly, I can’t listen to music while writing These Little Lives – it’s too heavy and requires my full concentration. But for Secrets Lies Dirty Little Alibis (Kiss Kill Love Him Still #3), I’ve been listening … Continue reading

Get It Before It’s Gone

On Friday, Crushed’s companion book Hitched will be going out of print. So if you’ve been meaning to read about what happened to those Harker kids, grab the book now before it’s gone. xoxo ~dawn  

What Do Kids Want?

A few weeks ago, I participated in the YA Scavenger Hunt (which was completely fun, and I hope I get to do it again in the fall). One of the requirements to win an Amazon gift card from my site was to stop here and let me know what the participant liked reading. Overwhelmingly, the … Continue reading

In Need of a Good Read

Hey all – I’ve hit a reading drought. Nothing I’ve tried reading has held my interest past page twenty. I’m looking for something lighthearted like Anna and the French Kiss or a high fantasy like Finnikin of the Rock. I did love Salt to the Sea, even though it was heavy. The last book adult … Continue reading

YA Scavenger Hunt Spring 2016

YOU GUYS! I’m participating in the YA Scavenger Hunt this year. What does that mean for you? Lots of fun, and the potential to win prizes and books! Plus, you may discover your next favorite author 😀 Here are the details: It’s coming. . . March 29th – April 3rd, 2016 It’s the YA Scavenger … Continue reading

A Little Madness With Your Coffee

Hey All – Murder Madness Such Sweet Sadness comes out next week (3/21/16). It’s the second of three books in the Kiss Kill Love Him Still series, and it’s oh-so-yummy, if I may say so. Even better: the ebook of KKLHS IS FREE on most online retailers (Kobo, B&N, iBooks, Amazon). This is a great … Continue reading

Flutter Love

Hey All – I’m hard at work finishing Swan Lake while making revisions at the same time. The back half of this book is a nightmare. In some places, it’s just bullet points and weird notes from three years ago. This frustrates me because the front half is gorgeous, and every time I read it, … Continue reading