Get the book
Amazon – Barnes & Noble – iTunes – The Book Depository
In the tiny town of Willowspring, just about nothing ever happens except for layoffs, hockey games, and your average melodramatic teenage angst.
But that was before.
Vi, Ashley, and Macy are just trying to make it through the school year without one more humiliation when they team up for a simple photography assignment: create a story through a series of photographs. Can’t be too much trouble, right?
The shutterbugs happen upon Willowspring High School’s darkest secret. When everything around them starts to crumble after trying to do the right thing, their only hope is to stick together.
Guest Post – Top Three Books of All Time
It’s hard for me to pick just three books. The closest I can come is to pick three series because I tend to read more series books than stand alones and picking a single book in a series is nearly impossible.
First and foremost, The Harry Potter series has been and forever will be my favorite series of all time. Not only did J.K. Rowling make me fall in love with a group of kids that were five years younger than me (at the time I started the series) but she introduced me to magic and creatures that go bump in the night in a way that no other book I had read before did.
The second series I found through my brother when I was fourteen and devoured every book at a speed I didn’t know I had. I still get excited when a new book based on that world is released. The Ender Series by Orson Scott Card is Science Fiction and amazingly intricate in it’s world building and details. Never once did I find a detail that didn’t make sense with the previous books or a character that felt out of place.
And finally, the third series would be the Southern Vampire Mysteries series (otherwise known as the Sookie Stackhouse Series) by Charlaine Harris. Those books just had a way to pull me in and never let go. The heroine was flawed, there were heroes galore to choose from, and above all else, the mystery plot line was never lost amidst the romantic entanglements.
About the author
Growing up, Adrianne couldn’t get her hands on enough books to satisfy her need for the make believe. If she finished a novel and didn’t have a new one ready and waiting for her, she began to create her own tales of magic and wonder. Now, as an adult, books still make up majority of her free time, and now her tales get written down to be shared with the world.