Friday, August 14, 2015

Book Blitz & #Giveaway ~ Accidental Butterfly by Marisa Cleveland

Welcome to my Book Blitz post for Accidental Butterfly by Marisa Cleveland.


Dead at sixteen. She was just another statistic. Until she became a guiding angel.

About Accidental Butterfly:

Alive, Kate Dunlap breezed through high school with meaningless friendships and relative ease. But after an accidental overdose ends Kate's human existence, she's granted the opportunity of a lifetime. Return to Earth. Save Jake Barton. Prove her worth. 

Success guarantees Kate an all access backstage pass to heaven. But as she falls in love for the first time, the reformed superficial social butterfly must risk her chance at redemption to guarantee Jake's life on Earth. 

 This is a young adult romance with light paranormal elements. 

It released on July 5th and is available for sale!


Author Name: Marisa Cleveland

Book Title: Accidental Butterfly

Release Date: July 5, 2015

Category: Young adult romance

Sub Categories: light paranormal, coming-of-age

Original / Regular Price: ebook $2.99 --- print book $11.75




About the Author:

Marisa Cleveland loves to laugh, hates to cry, and does both often. As a writer, she writes. Every day. If she couldn’t express herself through writing, music, and dance, she would die. Cleveland, who has a Master's degree in Educational Administration in Organizations, joined The Seymour Agency in 2011 after she ended an eight-year career teaching students in language arts, grades 6-12. Previous to teaching, Cleveland worked as an assistant director for a graduate school in Washington, D.C. before settling in Southwest Florida. She loves to connect with writers and readers through social media.


GIVEAWAY Details:

$25 Starbucks gift card (US/CA)

Ends Aug. 25th

Prizing is provided by the author, hosts are not responsible.
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3 comments:

Bonny McDevitt said...

This sounds amazing thanks for sharing!

Sapphyria said...

You're welcome, Bonny! :)

Susan M. said...

This sounds like a really good book!