Happy October, friends!
The day has come—Ash & Olive is here! I’m so excited to share this YA contemporary romance with you, finally!
I wrote this book a few years ago, but it took a few (okay, more than a few) rounds of edits to get it right. Because it’s a retelling of Edith Wharton’s The Age of Innocence, which is a complex novel about society and class, as well as how much we owe ourselves versus what the duty we owe to our family. These themes still feel relevant today since we’re all struggling to find our place in this crazy world. It’s also a love story—because who doesn’t like a little romance? Or, a lot, in this case!
If all of this sounds awesome and your dying to get reading, click on the link below:
In the coming months, I’ll talk more on this blog about the retelling aspect of Ash & Olive, and why I chose to use a two-person perspective over a single narrator, which is how The Age of Innocence is written. So, stay tuned for future StoryNotes posts!
SO…YOU MENTIONED A DEAL?
I did! This week only, to celebrate the launch of Ash & Olive, the e-book version of Lemon Lavender Is Not Fine is on sale for $1.99, starting today and running through October 17th. Even if you don’t own a Kindle, you can download the free Kindle app to your phone, tablet, or desktop. To check out a description of this YA contemporary novel, go here. And if you want to go directly to the Amazon page to buy, you can place it directly in your cart by clicking here. After the 17th, the e-book will return to its regular price of $4.99.
And don’t forget, if you’re a Kindle Unlimited subscriber, you can read both books for FREE right now.
That’s all for now! I’ll be back later this month for the next installment of StoryNotes.