A Book Review by author Jennifer Gladen
Don’t You Forget About Me is an exciting, totally relatable, and laugh-inducing novel by Erin McCole Cupp and published by Full Quiver Publishing. I bought this great read at an author event back in February and finally had time to read it. I could kick myself for not making time for it sooner. At just 209 pages, this is a fast, yet thrilling read.
We meet Cate Whelihan, a “fallen away Catholic” and author who is strongly encouraged by her best friend to return to her old neighborhood to pay respects at a funeral and possible present at her old school. Cate is hesitant to return due to many bad memories of her childhood. After much persuading, Cate takes the plunge and heads back to her hometown. What happens next is a series of exciting twists and turns and plops Cate right in the middle of a dark and life threatening mystery.
If you’re an avid reader, 80’s fan and looking for a quick great read this summer, I highly recommend Don’t You Forget About Me. Where can you get it and learn more? Below are some links I gathered. Enjoy!
Purchase the book in print or Kindle at Amazon
Learn more about Erin McCole Cupp and her writing at Erin McCole Cupp’s Website
Don’t miss the trailer for the book here: Check out the Trailer
If you’ve read it, tell me what do you think? What are some of your favorite parts?
I’m starting a new series on my blog called Jen’s Writing Tips. I am still learning along with all the other authors, as we all are constantly learning and growing. The purpose is to help others achieve their writing goals. Each post in the series will hopefully give you something to think about on your next project. Enjoy and good luck! Feel free to leave a comment after any of the posts. Readers may appreciate the feedback.
Clip art licensed from the Clip Art Gallery on DiscoverySchool.com
Media Contact: Jennifer Gladen
Editor, MY LIGHT MAGAZINE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Pennsylvania (January 2, 2009)– My Light Magazine, a Catholic centered online magazine for children, announces a new member of the My Light Team. The Magazine named contributor and illustrator Carol Brooke as the Illustrator Coordinator. She will assist in matching up authors and illustrators for manuscripts published in My Light.
She is currently an author and illustrator for children. In addition, she works as a counselor and holds a Masters of Science in Counseling degree. She has extended experience in working with children, including running her own classroom as a teacher.
Editor-in-Chief Jennifer Gladen is thrilled to welcome Carol Brooke to the My Light Team. “Her enthusiasm for the magazine will be a great asset in continuing the mission of My Light.”
Mrs. Brooke is just as excited to join My Light Magazine. “I am happy that the magazine is growing and I’m so excited to be a part of it!”
My Light Magazine looks forward to working with Carol Brooke. She can be reached via her email at CarolBrooke@mylightmagazine.com .
As always, we welcome new illustrators. For Guidelines, visit http://mylightmagazine.com or www.mylightmagazine.stblogs.com
Jennifer Gladen: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jaclyn Morales: JaclynMorales@mylightmagazine.com
Carol Brooke: Carolbrooke@mylightmagazine.com
My Light magazine is here! With all the hard work from our authors and illustrators, our debut issue was a success. Please continue to keep us in your prayers.
This month we’ve highlighted stories and crafts involving the Rosary, school spirit,and understanding God’s ways. If you haven’t checked it out yet, go on and stop on by.
Thanks again to all our contributors and supporters! God Bless you!
I stopped by Lacresha’s blog for an interview. we chatted about writing and about my new magazine, My Light Magazine. It is a Catholic centered magazine for children designed to help deepen their relationship with God.
Check out the interview at: http://paradiseforwriters.blogspot.com/
Lacresha was very nice and provided some fun questions.