The Art of Being Indifferent went live today (over 12 hours early--that Amazon, I can't figure out the timing on it. Maybe by my 10th self pub, I'll get it down.) I'm beyond ecstatic to share it with you all!
Posey's not the kind of girl who has a lot of friends. After bouncing from foster home to foster home she's only formed an attachment to her iPod, and the music that takes her away from the ugliness that surrounds her.
Drew Baxter's got life on a string, or so everyone thinks. Son of the town mayor, swim team champion, and the hottest guy on campus. Little does everyone know that life at Drew's home is dark, dangerous, and only getting worse.
When partnered together in a tutoring assignment from hell, Posey and Drew are surprised to find how much they have in common. Despite their need to keep what's going on under the surface a secret from the world, it becomes clear they know each other better than anyone else in the world can. Now Posey and Drew have to find a way to exist in a town that wants to keep them apart, and in a circle of classmates that wants them to stop blurring the social lines.
Above all, Drew and Posey need to escape the madness of their abusive parents, before they drag them down forever.
Grab YOUR copy of The Art of Being Indifferent HERE!!
(THE ART OF BEING INDIFFERENT is appropriate for readers 14+. This book provides an lightly censored view into the foster care system & the families within, there is mild language, and age-appropriate kissing. Here's hoping adults AND kids will read it--and maybe talk about it after they're done.)