my life as a country album - kindle deal
Have you had a chance to read the YA - Coming of age novel, my life as a country album? If not, now is the perfect chance. It is on sale this week on Amazon. $0.99 through the Jul. 25th and $1.99 through Jul. 29th. http://amzn.to/2g79VFL
Inspired by Taylor Swift country songs, this is a story of aching love and loss and learning to live through life in all its pain and glory.
The BookLife Prize has this to say about the novel:
"Evans' coming of age novel is fast-paced, stirring, & leaves the reader engaged & eager for more."
"Jake and Cam, are well developed throughout the novel. Both of their struggles feel real—& readers will be engaged by their story."
"In this tragic love story you will root for Jake and Cam, while reaching for your Kleenex."
"This book is beautifully written & a pleasure to read."
This is what other's are saying about the book:
"If you're in the market for a new author that could turn out to be a future go-to one, give LJ Evans a shot. Five stars for My Life as a Country Album."
"There's a lyricism to Evans's writing"
"I was instantly captivated into this story, and didn't put down until every page was read!"
"It's like Taylor (Swift) and the author were on the same page."
"The author's writing is descriptive, colorful, entertaining and a MUST read for all ages."
"Heart wrenching and beautiful storytelling!!!!!"
Ever since she was four and fell from the treehouse into neighbor boy, Jake’s, arms, tomboy Cam Swayne has been determined that the football hero keep his eyes firmly attached on her. But the three years between them, Jake’s long line of gaggling geese, health issues, and even their own parents seem to tear at the fabric that is them. Will they ever get their happily ever after?
Cam feels as if there is only one person in her whole world. That is super hero football player and neighbor, Jake Phillips. Her entire life has revolved around him since the time she was born. And while Jake’s devotion seems strictly protective in her early years, she knows he isn’t himself with anyone but her. Cam will not be satisfied until he is completely hers and Lord help anyone who ever gets in Cam’s way. While life passes by, Jake and Cam are there for each other in both simple and miraculous ways that are hard to explain to any outsider and seem to be the essence that country songs are made of. Even her mama reluctantly admits that Cam has always been more his than hers as they grow up in the Tennessee sunshine racing at the lake, star gazing in the treehouse, and playing football on the street. But will the intensity that is them be enough to get them through life’s unexpected challenges? Or will it leave one of them trying to learn to swim again with only half a soul?