If you’re in Toronto, join me at
(20 William Kitchen Road, Kennedy Commons – just below the 401 and off of Kennedy Rd.)
on Saturday, September 13th at 2pm
to hear me talk about STAINED (Best Book of the Year for Ages 14 and up)–why I wrote it, the need for strong-girl characters, and more–and get a signed copy of STAINED, SCARS, and/or HUNTED. Everyone who attends will get free positive-message stickers, bookmarks, and be entered in a draw. I hope to see you there!
I draw on my own trauma experiences to write all my books.
In STAINED, Sarah is abducted and must find a way to rescue herself.
Cheryl Rainfield has been said to write with “great empathy and compassion” (VOYA) and to write stories that “can, perhaps, save a life.” (CM Magazine) SLJ said of her work: “[Readers] will be on the edge of their seats.”
I hope you’ll join me.