My good friend Tina Ferraro and I have much in common, including very similar paranormal YA book title names! We’re teaming up this weekend for our “Get a Life” giveaway. I’m giving away a Kindle e-copy of my book THIS IS YOUR AFTERLIFE and a Kindle e-copy of Tina’s HALF-LIFE.
To enter the draw, simply head to Facebook, like my Facebook author page *and* the giveaway post. For an extra chance to win, make your way over to Tina Ferraro’s Books page, like her page and giveaway post. Easy, right?
Entries close Sunday, April 24, 11:59pm US Pacific Standard Time. (That’s Monday, April 25, 4:59pm AEST if you’re in Sydney, Australia, like me.) Prizes will be delivered electronically via Amazon.
Good luck, and have a fab weekend!
About HALF-LIFE by Tina Ferraro
Probably not a good idea to take advice from your dead twin sister.
High school sophomore Trisha Traynor and friends have played the Halloween mirror game for years, the one that’s supposed to show a glimpse of the guy they’ll marry. But no one’s ever seen anything.
Until tonight—when Trisha is gob smacked by the candlelit arrival of her long-deceased twin sister, instead of her crush, Kirk Maxwell.
In a voice and vision that only Trisha can hear and see, Chessie claims to be back on a compassionate journey. Trisha fears she’s gone nuthouse crazy. But she nonetheless follows the instructions Chessie outlines in their nightly conversations, until she finds herself stepping across some ethical lines, and probably ending all chances with Kirk.
When a sisterly showdown ensues, resulting in the shattering of the mirror, Chessie’s gone again, and a heartsick Trisha sets about righting her recent wrongs. That is, until she stumbles upon the real reason Chessie had come back and the most important glimpse yet that the mirror could never predict.
About THIS IS YOUR AFTERLIFE by…um, me
When the one boy you crushed on in life can’t seem to stay away in death, it’s hard to be a normal teen when you’re a teen paranormal.
Sixteen-year-old Keira Nolan has finally got what she wanted—the captain of the football team in her bedroom. Problem is he’s not in the flesh. He’s a ghost and she’s the only one who can see him.
Keira’s determined to do anything to find Jimmy’s killer. Even it if means teaming up with his prickly-yet-dangerously-attractive brother, Dan, also Keira’s ex-best-friend. Keira finds that her childish crush is fading, but her feelings for Dan are just starting to heat up, and as the story of Jimmy’s murder unfolds, anyone could be a suspect.