Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Susan and Superstitions




Susan Oloier is a mother of two children—one with special needs.  Yet she found time to critique my manuscript and help me with a school project.  And she writes. A lot.  Now Susan has published her third book—her first YA.

Here's the blurb:


Ellie’s mother walked out on her a few years ago, and she refuses to believe her mom won’t come back. To make matters worse, her dad is marrying another woman and her best friend Kyle dumped her for cheerleader Tiffany Sheldon. But when Ellie meets quirky Alexander and learns about his map, his quest, and his background, she finally discovers a way to heal.  


Sounds good, right?


Pretty.


Available in ebook at 
Amazon and Smashwords for $3.99

Also available in paperback through 
Create Space





34 comments:

  1. I love how you promote your fellow authors on your blog. Good things come to those who do good. Superstitions sounds like an intriguing read~

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  2. Sounds like a great book since those are common issues for teens! It will be easy to relate to the characters :)

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  3. That does sound like an interesting book, and I think it's something that a lot of young readers could relate to. I also like the cover.

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  4. Pretty cover! I'll look it up on Goodreads. Thanks!

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  5. Thanks for the book recommendation, Theresa. The novel sounds like a great one, and so does Susan Oloier!

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  6. I like the cover and blurb for this book--thanks for the recommendation!

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  7. I think I might have to join Goodreads just to keep up with all the book recommendations on your blog. And others.

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  8. That sounds awesome! Thanks for the tip :)

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  9. Sounds great. I love the colors of that cover. =)

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  10. The book sounds great and the cover is gorgeous!

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  11. Sounds like a great book. Thanks for sharing it.

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  12. Thanks for featuring my book (and me) on your blog today, Theresa. You really are terrific. And thanks for all the kind comments from everyone.

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  13. I love the cover, and yes, it sounds great.

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  14. This looks really good. Congrats Susan! And I love the cover!

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  15. It does sound good. I grabbed a copy a couple of days ago.

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  16. Good luck to Ellie - she really sounds as if her world's so turned upside down but there's hope with Alexander around!! Yay! Take care
    x

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  17. Yay for Susan! Must drop by her blog and say congrats - I haven't been over there in a while.

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  18. Sounds like Ellie is dealing with a lot much like a lot of young people are in these times. Best wishes on the book!

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  19. *waves to Susan* The cover looks great woman! I cannot wait to read it. Mwah, Theresa!

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  20. Yay, for Susan. Best of luck for monstrous sales.

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  21. Congrats to Susan! Thanks, Theresa, for the info. Have a great weekend! :)

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  22. Yay for Susan. All success to her.

    Have a great weekend, Theresa.

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  23. I'm back to tell you that I nominated you for a blog award.

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  24. Hilary Melton-Butcher has left a new comment on your post "Susan and Superstitions":

    Hi Theresa .. congratulations to Susan - and so pleased Susan helped you through your new manuscript ... Happy Labor Day .. cheers Hilary

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  25. I find the word map very intriguing.

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  26. Sounds like my kind of YA story :) Very interesting blurb.

    Sorry I haven't visited for quite a long time, Theresa. I'm hoping this is the beginning of my blogging and writing again. I've missed you and I've got to catch up reading your posts. Must start now :)

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  27. Susan is awesome. What more can we say? =)

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  28. Oh, I just love books that start like that. A map and a quest!

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