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ELLEN LIKES CAM * CAM LIKES ELLEN *

What if the one person you can’t stop thinking

about…

…can’t stop thinking about you?

*CAM LIKES ELLEN *

What if during one long day you failed at

everything because you met this glitter-crazed new girl who practically ruins

your life? Worse, she insists you and your secret crush become best

friends—with her?!! Only you don’t have time to be friends with insane people,

and you think your crush might need to stay the way it’s always been: Distant.

Impossible. In your head. This is because you have problems and secrets a crush

would never understand.

*ELLEN LIKES CAM *

But what if the three of you wind up assigned to

a group photography project, and rumors are already circling about the new girl

being ridiculous? You know she’s nice but alone, so you convince your crush to

help protect the new girl. Working on the project suddenly makes hanging out,

texting, talking—and even high school—seem completely normal when it’s anything

but.

ELLEN LIKES CAM * CAM LIKES ELLEN *

What if you fall for each other just enough to

kiss…and it’s perfect? You tell secrets and make the kind of promises that

might be impossible to keep when you’re only sixteen. Which is why, long before

it all falls apart, you already knew nothing this beautiful could have been

meant to be yours for long.

But what if…

Links:

Amazon US: http://amzn.to/1r6myOz

B&N (paperback): http://bit.ly/1r6mOgt

Goodreads: http://bit.ly/1r6nimP

About the Author:

Anne Eliot writes sweet, first-love stories. She

was raised in the mountains of Colorado, but says she really learned about

life, love and friendships from summers spent with her large, Italian immigrant

family in Ontario, Canada.

Anne is grateful to have had schools with

inspiring teachers and librarians who directed her to worlds she would not have

found on her own. To this day, she adores school visits, teaching writing to

teens, and is dedicated to making sure kids in need have access to books that

will fuel their hopes and dreams.

While growing up, Anne hid her own anxieties by

hiding and reading book after book. She developed an addiction to first love,

first kisses and her favorite: the happy-ever-after story. This is what she

writes today. Now she’s a mom of two and happily married to her own first love.

Anne works hard to juggle being a wife and parent while writing, but fails at

cooking because she is still trying to read book, after book of love stories on

the side.

Anne Eliot’s first book, Almost, became a top 100

best selling Kindle book, and was a Readers Choice, Top 12 of 2012 book for

Amazon.com at #11, and will be translated and released in Germany and Turkey

fall 2013. Her second book, Unmaking Hunter Kennedy, is a also a Kindle, top

100 best selling book in Teen Romance for 2013. She’s hard at work on her third

novel, another sweet teen romance releasing fall/winter, 2013. She loves to

hear from readers. Please look for her on Facebook or tweet her @yaromance.

Author Links:

Goodreads: http://bit.ly/1r6nTF4

Website: http://www.anneeliot.com/

Facebook Fanpage: http://on.fb.me/1r6nItz

Twitter: @yaromance

Tumblr: http://anneeliot.tumblr.com/

Inspiration for the story :

The character of Ellen Foster is fictional, but

her Cerebral Palsy symptoms and hemiparesis/balance issues loosely match what

an amazing teen (and I girl I’m proud to call my friend) named Allison Winn,

faces every single day. Her condition was not brought on by CP, but was brought

about due to complications Allison suffered after the removal of a childhood

brain tumor which resulted in side effects that will be with her for the rest

of her life.

Despite all that sadness, with the help of her

mom, Dianna, dad Brian, the patience of her sister, Emily, and the inspiration

from a tiny rescued dog named Coco, Allison was inspired to help other kids by

baking dog biscuits (thousands of them) so she could raise money to help other

kids like her. These biscuits were hand sold by Allison for months (and now

years) so other sick kids and sad families could afford to adopt a fully

trained dog from a very special program into their lives.

At age nine, Allison’s goal was to raise enough

money so one special trained dog could be placed with a kid who had life

threatening issues. She met that goal, and that same year adopted out 10 dogs

with the sales of her dog treats! Now she’s fourteen and her project has a

name: The Stinkbug Project. Stinkbug has now adopted out 40+ dogs to kids who

live around the Rocky Mountain Region all because Allison never gives up

baking. Now so many people help to raise awareness while others donate baking

and packaging supplies and volunteer to help Allison bake and sell the treats.

This girl, who soon will be an amazing woman, is

now cancer free but she still works tirelessly at baking and selling biscuits

for what has become a thriving community charity effort. The trained dogs are

all rescued dogs who come from the very special, Colorado based, K-9

correctional dog training program. Adoptions and applications for a dog are now

handled via the Rocky Mountain Children’s Health Foundation. More information

about The Stinkbug Project, Allison, and RMHF can be found at:

http://www.rmchildren.org/programs/stink-bug-project/



Every year, a donation will be sent by me to

support this amazing project, and at all book signings I will be accepting

donations on behalf of this wonderful project and donating them to Allison’s

efforts as well.


 Giveaway: 

One winner will win a signed copy of HOW I FALL!

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