Hit a List – or Two!

DirtyBoysOfSummer_highresThe act of writing is such a solitary journey, but publishing an anthology with other amazing authors was a remarkable adventure.

On June 2, 2015, Julie Cross, along with 16 other amazingly talented authors, released their first boxed set together: the Dirty Boys of Summer anthology including 16 full-length sweet and sexy young adult and new adult novels.

On June 10, 2015, sometime in the late afternoon and early evening, the ladies received the news that their anthology had hit both the New York Times and the USA Today bestseller lists!

We are beyond thrilled to announce that Tamara Mataya and Marisa Cleveland were part of that anthology.

 

* * * The Books * * *

About Tamara’s The Sowing:

Twenty-first birthday? Check. Strange new powers? Check. Getting through this heinous WTF-ery alive? I’ll get back to you.

 

About Marisa’s Accidental Butterfly:

Dead at sixteen. She was just another statistic. Until she became a guiding angel.

 

* * * The Readers * * *

Here’s what Amazon reviewers are saying about the novels:

“I was so excited for this anthology! Tamara Mataya and Marisa Cleveland in one project together! Tamara’s raw, edgy voice really stands out in The Sowing, and Marisa’s sweet teen romance about redemption touched my heart.”

“I absolutely loved this book! Tamara…wrote a fantastic urban fantasy book that I couldn’t put down!”

 

* * * The Buy Links * * *

Don’t miss your chance to capture this great deal and support these amazing authors!

Amazon   |   Barnes & Noble   |   iTunes

 

Congratulations!!!

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Tamara Mataya

and

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Marisa Cleveland

 

NYT USA 19 61 DBOS

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