I’ve been sort of quiet on the social interaction front because I’ve been spending a lot of my time in my writing cave, as well as working at my job, and honestly trying to figure out the next steps in my career as a writer.
June was a pretty busy month.
But I didn’t want to miss posting about my latest release, Four Letters in Reverse, despite my computer being out of commission at the moment. This is probably my quiet release yet and it’s most likely due to the lack of sales regarding my previous release, even with the numerous marketing strategies. It’s been pretty disheartening as an indie writer, and especially since this is probably one of my favourite books I’ve written to date.
But I don’t want to get into all that because I want to share with you my latest story. Perhaps that will be another blog post. Four Letters in Reverse is a novella and I have to say that I really enjoying writing that length!
This might be due to the fact that my attention span isn’t necessarily the best and I like to finish a story and move on to the next since so many seem to be floating around in my head.
What makes Four Letters in Reverse different from my other titles is that it’s geared towards younger YA readers. The main character is a 13-year-old going through things that any 13-year-old would go through. It’s a light, fun book that takes place in the Four Letters world, which I have grown to love with writing both Those Four Letter Words and Jaded Litttle Lies.
See below for more information and I hope you like what you see!
Young Adult Contemporary Romance Series
Four Letters in Reverse, Release Date: July 6th, 2015
Annabella Callaghan is just a regular girl. With her two besties by her side, she can take on the world. Or at least, the eighth grade. When her secret crush reveals his best friend likes her instead, it’s hard to keep a brave face. Especially when said crush seems to be hanging around more lately…
And did he just look at her like she’s an alien?
From the Four Letters world, meet the new, younger gang as they experience first time crushes, pop star obsessions, an evil nemesis, and overprotective parents.
Because this is Four Letters in Reverse.
Note: This novella is approximately 20,500 words.