Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Waiting on Wednesday (5)

Waiting on Wednesday is brought to you by Jillian @ Breaking The Spine:-)

Somwhere in the Blue by Gillian Cummings

Publication Date: May 15th 2010

Why I'm So Antsy:

Sandy Rawlins is sixteen years old. Her father – her best friend – has just passed away. She immediately begins to unravel, and yet her mother, mysteriously, is not grieving. Where can Sandy turn as the waves of grief overwhelm her? She doesn't want to be a burden on her friend, Lennie, who has her own problems, trying to be the responsible one at home while her cougar of a mom is out bar-hopping. The boy next door – always a friend, but now perhaps something more – wants to be there for Sandy, but is it already too late? She has lost a part of her soul, and the aching sadness pulls her a little further away each day. Readers will be captivated by the dramatic lives of Sandy Rawlins, her friend Lennie Finn, and their two very different mothers. Set in contemporary Toronto, this is a story of intense loss and of reaching out for connections. It reveals four women struggling with their independence and their relationships with each other.

The Amanda Project: Signal from Afar by Various authors

Publication Date: July 1, 2010
Why I'm So Antsy:
As the mystery around their missing friend deepened Hall, Callie, and Nia started, hoping people online could help them discover who Amanda really is — and where she might have gone. But after a mysterious attack on someone close to them, their worst fear is confirmed: This is bigger than any of them could have imagined. The books can stand alone from the website, but readers who want a more interactive experience can join the online community and take part in the story. At, readers can share theories, post art, write stories of their own (one of which has already been included in the first book, invisible I), and even design and buy clothing and accessories inspired by Amanda’s unique style. With regularly updated content by and about the characters, and the chance to have an impact on the story itself, online members will be eager to check back often.

Aren't these covers awesome?? 2010 is such a good year!

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