My new YA fantasy Parallel Visions is now up on Amazon & Kobo for $2.99!

My new YA fantasy Parallel Visions is out! In Parallel Vision, Kate sees visions of the future and the past–but only when she has an asthma attack. To save her sister and a suicidal classmate, Kate must trigger more visions–but that could kill her!

Only $2.99 as an ebook on Amazon and Kobo and it should be up on B&N and for iPad, and in print in the next month or so.

It deals with domestic violence, attempted suicide, bullying, homophobia, and rape, all in a fantasy setting. And it also has hope, like all my novels. And the same editor who edited Scars and Hunted edited Parallel Visions.

Curious? You can read the first chapter on Amazon (click on the cover where it says “Click To Look Inside”).

This is the first book in a series.

I really hope you’ll check it out, and if you like it, let others know about it. (smiling)

Want to add it to your GoodReads TBR list? You can do that here.

I also just got my first review of Parallel Visions from Jenuine Cupcakes, a book blogger who also blogs on, and put the review up on, Young Adult Books Central. (beaming)

WOW! No sooner had I posted that, then Jane of Lindsay and Jane’s Views and Reviews posted a glowing 4-star review of Parallel Visions. I am SO glad that Jane, who has asthma, felt the real-ness of Kate’s asthma in the book! I recently developed asthma, but have never had as bad an attack as I wrote into the book. But I have had my breathing stopped by my abusers. So I used my asthma experience, trauma experience, research, and imagination to write it. I’m delighted it felt true to her!

And, hey–what do you think of the cover? I really love it. (grinning)

2 Responses to “My new YA fantasy Parallel Visions is now up on Amazon & Kobo for $2.99!”

  1. David James Says:

    Looks STUNNING! Can’t wait to read this.

  2. Cheryl Rainfield Says:

    Oh, thank you David! (beaming)

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