Published by Plum Anchor Press
About the Book:
Title: MY LULLABY OF YOU
Author: Alia Rose
Pub. Date: June 16, 2018
Publisher: Plum Anchor Press
Formats: Paperback, eBook
Find it: Goodreads, Amazon
For fans of Jenny Han and Sarah Dessen, My Lullaby of You is a Young Adult Contemporary Romance about guarded love, complicated families, and the summer that changes everything.
It’s the summer after high school. Amy can’t wait to leave her small hometown in North Carolina for the vibrant city of Chicago, where she plans to go to her dream college and hopes to build a stronger relationship with her father.
But as she deals with her mother’s resentment over her leaving and an intriguing yet provoking college student, Amy’s reminded of things she’s tried to forget and forced to face emotions she never expected.
It’s the summer before the last year of music school. Seth would rather be anywhere else than a small beach town in North Carolina, reopening wounds he thought he’d patched long ago and facing the father he hasn’t seen since his mother’s death.
While on his mission for answers, Seth is drawn to an observant and driven local he can’t seem to figure out.
I’ve been writing since I fell in love with reading and now the characters in my head refuse to leave me alone. My debut novel, My Lullaby of You comes out in June 2018!
When I’m not writing, I work full time as an architectural designer and enjoy drinking too much coffee, making to-do lists, and traveling.
You can find me rambling about all of the above on Instagram and Twitter.
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What is on your nightstand?
A lamp, my phone and my glasses.
What author would you totally fan?
I would completely fan over meeting Sarah Dessen. Her books got me through highschool and made a huge impact on my writing.
What makes you cringe?
Centipedes! I hate everything about those bugs.
Do you obsessively plot out each point or just go with the flow?
A little bit of both! I have the overall story outlined to give me a guide and help me stay on track, but if my characters decide to do something that wasn’t planned (which they always seem to do) I let them and see where it takes the story.
Is there a word you love to use?
I use the word shrug a lot. I’m not sure I love it ha, but it just happens.
1 winner will win a signed finished paperback copy of MY LULLABY OF YOU a bookmark, a bookish beach towel, a beach inspired candle and annotation cards, US Only.
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Yeah, I would have to agree with you on the centipedes and they are so fast. Ugghh. Lol
Thanks 4 sharing your book with me.
Julie Bickham says
This would make a great beach day read.
Mary Songer says
I love that her characters are like real people to her. YA novels are so important for getting young people to love reading. This looks like a good book.