Outcast, Break from You & Writers 4 Writers Launch

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Today, I’m happy to be hosting Susan and Rebecca on their Speak Out Against Tour.  See all the information you need to know on both books below!Spread the word about these YA books that have to do with the effects of bullying.

Susan Oloier
Noelle dreams of a different life, one where Trina Brockwell doesn’t exist. Trina has bullied Noelle since junior high. Now she’s tired of it. With the help of her black-sheep aunt and a defiant new classmate, Noelle seeks revenge. But vengeance comes with a price: Noelle risks friendship, her first love, and herself to get back at those who have wronged her.

Rebecca Green Gasper
Break from You
Love shouldn’t hurt this much…Brooke Myers wants to believe she has it all: the perfect guy, the perfect relationship, the perfect life. She wants to believe it so much that she's willing to overlook the fear, the isolation, and the pain her boyfriend has caused her. She knows it isn't right but tells herself that love isn't always easy. However, when a fire destroys the restaurant during homecoming dinner, she forms an instant bond with the boy who saves her, one her boyfriend wouldn’t like. With the pain of a concussion reminding her of how bad things can get, she is forced to re-evaluate the relationship she has with her boyfriend and face the ghosts that haunt her. Brooke once believed love was all it took…but is it enough? Is it truly love when you've lost yourself in it?

Today is also rollout day for Writers 4 Writers. Hop on over to Stephen Tremp's blog to find out how this innovation will work. Nancy Thompson is the first author under the spotlight. Go check out her blog and see what you can do the help spread the word about her new release. 


  1. Thanks for all the updates on great books and for the Writers4writers launch date.

  2. Hi! Thanks for featuring us and joining the Speak Out Against tour! It's been great to meet you!

    1. Glad to help with books that carry a worthwhile message.

  3. Thank you so much, Joy. We really appreciate your help with the tour.

  4. These books sound great, especially for teens. Good job, ladies.

    Hi, Joy!

  5. Wishing both authors a great experience while on their tour.


Don't be shy, I'd love to hear what you think.