Author Events, Don't Call Me Kit Kat

Book Launch Celebration for Don’t Call Me Kit Kat

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Please join me tomorrow evening to help celebrate the release of my new YA novel!

What can you expect if you attend this online party?

  • Multiple Giveaways from the following YA authors!

Calista Smith – Author | Casey Bond | Evelyne Stone | Erica Cope-Author | Jo Michaels | Kelly Hashway-Young adult, middle grade, and picture book writer | Author Kristin Albright | Author Michele Tucker | Rachel Barnard, Author | Stacey Nash | T.H. Hernandez

  • A chance to win a paperback collection of some of my favorite YA novels!

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  • A chance to win one of two signed copies of Don’t Call Me Kit Kat!


  • A $25 Visa gift card! (Awarded to the guest who invites the most participants.)

Click here to join the event!

Click Date Repeat

Click.Date.Repeat. by K.J. Farnham

Thank you to Readers+Writers Journal for the lovely review of Click Date Repeat!

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A Delightful Look at Online Romance, Circa 2003

click date artBased on the author’s real-life experiences with online dating (through which she met her husband) Click. Date. Repeat. is a look at internet dating in its early days – 2003. The novel opens with the text of Chloe’s online profile and moves swiftly from there. It follows Chloe, a teacher in her mid-twenties living in the Midwest, who is certain that she can use a system to find the right man efficiently. With all of the men available on the internet, how can she possibly fail? Inevitably, she fails. Men do not live up to her expectations, she doesn’t live up to theirs and some dates who seemed perfect online turn out to be hilariously less than perfect in person.  Meanwhile, there is an ex-boyfriend who is making himself available and, as the story progresses and Chloe’s dating experiences go from bad to…

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