RWA Goody Giveaway Post #2 ~ Win a Paperback of Salt & Storm


Remember how I said last week that I was going to have a giveaway a week until I gave away all those RWA goodies? I totally meant it.

This week, I’m focusing on YA books. I’m featuring my own YA novel, Fairy, Texas, and giving away an advance reader copy of Salt & Storm by Kendall Kulper–this one’s not available in stores yet, y’all!

So read about both books below, let me know what you love best about YA books (it’ll be an entry on the Rafflecopter), then Enter to Win! (Once again, this is U.S. only.)

Laney Harris thinks there might be monsters in Fairy, Texas.

She’s right.

When her mother remarried and moved them to a town where a date meant hanging out at the Sonic, Laney figured that “boring” would have a whole new meaning. A new stepsister who despised her and a high school where she was the only topic of gossip were bad enough. But when she met the school counselor (and his terminal bad breath), she grew suspicious. Especially since he had wings that only she could see. And then there were Josh and Mason, two gorgeous glimmering-eyed classmates whose interest in her might not be for the reasons she hoped. Not to mention that dead guy she nearly tripped over in gym class.

Boring took on an entirely new dimension in Fairy, Texas.


salt and storm

A sweeping historical romance about a witch who foresees her own murder—and the one boy who can help change her future.

Sixteen-year-old Avery Roe wants only to take her rightful place as the witch of Prince Island, making the charms that keep the island’s whalers safe at sea, but her mother has forced her into a magic-free world of proper manners and respectability. When Avery dreams she’s to be murdered, she knows time is running out to unlock her magic and save herself.

Avery finds an unexpected ally in a tattooed harpoon boy named Tane—a sailor with magic of his own, who moves Avery in ways she never expected. Becoming a witch might stop her murder and save her island from ruin, but Avery discovers her magic requires a sacrifice she never prepared for.



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7 comments on “RWA Goody Giveaway Post #2 ~ Win a Paperback of Salt & Storm

  1. Mary Preston says:

    YA reads tend to be exciting.

  2. bn100 says:

    the stories

  3. YA contains all the genres as other age categories; I tend to be able to find more of the paranormal reads I love in the YA age group than in the other age groups. I don’t know why, but I’ve discovered there are so many and the authors tend to be excellent – at least those I’ve read.

  4. chevygal1981 says:

    Not sure but they just appeal to me

  5. BookLady says:

    Great stories with very interesting characters

  6. Honestly, IDK> I guess to get a different perspective on things. If it’s an adult novel, you just expect the protagonist to be mature, handle things a certain way, and not blow their tops. With a teen, they are still finding out who they are, and makes it interesting!

  7. Kayla says:

    I’ve only recently started reading a bunch of YA (before it was mostly fantasy books not in the YA category), but I love the excitement in these books. I also love teens as protagonists as that’s such an interesting and difficult time of life.

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