My debut young adult contemporary, Sleeping Around, releases to the world on August 3, 2021♥ Send some good vibes my way, and watch my book trailer to get excited with me!
Okay. Stop what you're doing.
We all need to show some love and support to debut author Jenna Terese of Ignite, which sounds right up my alley with superheros and dystopian-vibes.
I can't wait to read it, and you should read it too♥
My debut young adult contemporary, Sleeping Around releases on August 3, 2021♥
If you preorder the book now, you can fill out a form to receive my book-inspired merch. The freebies include:
- a sticker pack
- and a signed bookplate
Yesterday, I first revealed my book cover for my debut young adult contemporary, Sleeping Around, on my YouTube channel. If you didn't know yet, it's releasing on August 3, 2021♥ Check out the synopsis + preorder the ebook at the end of this post. And tell me in the comments what you think of the book cover—which I designed myself!
Here's not only a sneak peek at my upcoming debut ya contemporary SLEEPING AROUND, but a free phone wallpaper too! Enjoy♥
“Brutal” from Olivia Rodrigo’s new album SOUR is such a vibe for Sleeping Around, I had to use it in the book aesthetic.
Last week, I announced that I'm publishing my debut young adult contemporary, Sleeping Around. This book has been (I cannot believe) 6 years in the making, and after years of work, my biggest dream is coming true. Your support means the world to me.
From memoirs to historical fiction to essays to poetry, I'm sharing fifteen books by Palestinian and Palestinian-American authors to—first—spread awareness of the current (though not recent) crisis of Israel's apartheid against Palestine and—second—share works that celebrate the culture and joy and lives of Palestinians as well.
In honor of my own upcoming release, here are other books releasing this year that you'll want to read too.
So I have a surprise.
A really big, exciting surprise that's been literally over five years in the making.
I'm announcing it later this month, but in honor of my surprise, I wanted to talk about some books that have surprised me—for various, sometimes strange, reasons.