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Today, we look at CHEROKEE SUMMER.


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Cherokee Summer
by Susan Antony
Genre: YA Romance
Release Date: January 2019
The Wild Rose Press


When Ace leaves home to spend the summer in Cherokee, North Carolina the last thing she expects to find is a boyfriend until she meets Cherokee Tribe member John Spears. As Ace and John’s friendship blossoms, they find their life experiences mirror each other and they fall in love. Despite hurdles thrown by well-meaning family members and jealous frenemies, the star-crossed lovers remain committed to their mutual belief that the universe has drawn them together. However, when Ace sends John a strange text and then suddenly disappears, the two must rely on their trust in each other to save both their lives and their love.


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Guest Post

Typical Writing Day

I work a full time job and have two Cairn Terriers and a teenaged son, so I write whenever I can squeeze in a free moment. Sometimes I write at the pool, or on my lunch break. I’ve even written at the roller skating rink. To begin with, I create my entire novel in my head while I’m driving or taking long walks. Then I play with my characters a year or more before putting them on paper so they are very real to me. When I sit down to write they sometimes surprise me. They’ll hijack my story and lead it in another directions.

About the Author

Susan Antony is an IT by day, hip-shaker and writer by night, artist whenever possible, and an internet addict. She lives in the sunny south with her teenage son and two Cairn Terriers.


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