Posted by: Katie B | March 13, 2013

Freshman Forty by debut author Christine Duval

Freshman Forty

One of my critique partners, Christine Duval, ePublished her first book this past month, a huge accomplishment.  Even though I’d read versions of Freshman Forty as it was being edited, downloading the final product and reading it in its official format was like reading it for the first time.  It’s sold on Amazon for $2.99 and is well worth the purchase.  If you read it and like it, too, be sure to rate it on Amazon!  With fledgling authors, every review helps their status and sales.

I wrote the following review for Freshman Forty on Amazon and Goodreads where I gave it the full five stars:

Considering the subject matter of teen pregnancy, I was pleasantly surprised at how quick and easy this book read. Even more, when I had to put it down, I found myself thinking about the storyline, wondering how it was going to play out, and anxious to return. For me, that’s the sign of a well-written book. It was also really well paced, with just the right touch of suspense, which kept the pages turning. I immediately connected with the main character; she was likeable and sympathetic; and I couldn’t believe the circumstances in which she found herself. I’d highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a quick escape – it would be prefect as a spring break read or to unwind before bed.

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  1. WOULD LOVE TO TALK ABOUT THE COVER. DO YOU KNOW IF SHE HIRED A PRO?

    Kevin Windorf

    212-413-6044 direct

    347-276-0044 mobile

  2. She used a professional. Makes a difference, doesn’t it?


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