Theresa Milstein: Susan and Superstitions

From: Theresa’s Tales of Teaching Tribulations and Typing Teen Texts
http://theresamilstein.blogspot.com/2012/08/susan-and-superstitions.html
August 29, 2012 at 08:31AM

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Susan Oloier is a mother of two children—one with special
needs.  Yet she found time to
critique my manuscript and help me with a school project.  And she writes. A lot.  Now Susan has published her third book—her
first YA.
Here’s the blurb:

Ellie’s mother walked out on her a few years
ago, and she refuses to believe her mom won’t come back. To make matters worse,
her dad is marrying another woman and her best friend Kyle dumped her for
cheerleader Tiffany Sheldon. But when Ellie meets quirky Alexander and learns
about his map, his quest, and his background, she finally discovers a way to
heal.
  

Sounds good, right?

Pretty.

Available in ebook at Amazon and Smashwords for $3.99

Also available in paperback through Create Space

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