Yay!!! The Kindle version of Say Something is now available for pre-order on Amazon! To get it for 40% off for a limited time and have it delivered to your Kindle on November 28th, click here.
“Love — especially a dog’s love — can change a person.
A runaway teen. A homeless drifter. And how a stolen dog teaches them the meaning of family.
Not yet sixteen, Bellamy Larson — or Beam, as she’d rather be called — remembers everything. She has a condition called Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory. Truthfully, there’s a lot she’d just rather forget. Beam never knew her father and doesn’t ever want to. Her little brother died while saving her. And her mother self-medicates, leaving Beam to fend for herself.
Desperate for a normal life, Beam carjacks a rusty pickup and drives south to live with her grandparents in Faderville, Kentucky. Unfortunately, as Beam soon figures out, ‘normal’ doesn’t exist. She could use a friend, but friends are hard to come by when you’re an outsider.
Buzz Donovan knows what it’s like to live on the outside. Luckily for him, he has a friend — a dog named Hush. It’s because of Hush, though, that Buzz is homeless. But that’s his choice, because if it weren’t for Hush, he’d be dead.
When Beam runs into Buzz, her world is turned upside down. She doesn’t trust dogs, and for good reason — she’s been mauled by one.”
The paperback should be up later this week. This title will be available through Amazon’s Matchbook program, which means if you order a paperback copy of the book, you can get the Kindle version at a reduced price – the perfect Christmas gift solution!
Meanwhile, want to immerse yourself in some Cozy Mysteries to fill the chilly winter months? Memories and Matchsticks is part of a 25-book cozy mystery bundle. You can now pre-order 25 Mysteries to Die For on Nook, Kobo, and Indigo for just 99 cents! Apple and Amazon coming soon. This collection is due out December 27th, 2016.