Summer Reads to take your mind off the weather

Today’s Summer Reads guest is the wonderful Tricia Drammeh, a terrific friend and author.  Let’s see which books she recommends!

Summer Reads Blog Tour – Week Six Tricia Drammeh

Super excited to introduce you to Tricia Drammeh! Tricia is another friend that I’ve had the privilege of getting to know over the last several years from a site called Authonomy. It’s a site where writers go to post their manuscripts and have their peers read and critique. I loved her manuscript, her style of writing from the moment I first read her work. It’s really cool to be able to say “I read her original work before it was published!” And now a word from Tricia!

me-3Hi everyone! My name is Tricia Drammeh, and I’m super excited to be a part of the 2014 Summer Reads Blog Tour. I hope you all are finding lots of great books to read this summer. I know I’ve found a bunch and I’d love to share some with you, but first here’s a little about me and my books.

Tricia Drammeh is a wife, the mother of four wonderful kids, and the author of four published novels. She currently lives in New Hampshire with her family. When she isn’t writing, she can be found reading, wrangling cats, or drinking lots and lots of coffee. You can connect with Tricia by visiting her Website or following her on Facebook.

Twenty-three-year-old Karlie is in the type of rut some people never escape from. With few friends, no boyfriend, and no plans to graduate from college any time in the immediate future, Karlie is as stuck in her ways as the elderly neighbor she spends all her time with.

When her world is invaded by two surly twins bound for criminal court, a too-good-to-be-true love interest, and a cute cop who keeps showing up at the most inopportune moments, Karlie can either fight against the changes in her life, or embrace them.

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Ninth grade can be a nightmare when you don’t fit in at school, your crush chooses someone else, and your parents tell you they’re having a new baby. Abby was prepared for normal high school problems. She wasn’t prepared for a demon. Abby has always been fascinated by the paranormal, but after an ill-fated séance, she discovers not all Spirits are benign. A dark entity unleashed during the summoning sets out to destroy Abby, and within days, she loses her best friend, incurs the wrath of her parents, and becomes a prisoner in her own home. With time quickly running out, she assembles an unlikely group of helpers: the most hated guy in school, a retired psychic, and the cute clerk from her favorite bookstore. Unless the demon is defeated, Abby and her new baby brother won’t stand a chance. The Séance, a Dark Summons Novel, is a full-length Paranormal book for teens and young adults.

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Tricia’s bookshelf: summer-reads-blog-2014

Blind Sight
5 of 5 stars
Jordan has always known she had a destiny. She always expected to die young. When you’re a seeker (or a slayer) in the Celadon Circle, you put the world’s needs ahead of your own and never dare to question the Angels’ orders. But, Jordan…
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Charlie and Pearl
5 of 5 stars
Charlie runs the local bookshop and looks after the owner who suffers from dementia. He has a close relationship with his mom, is well-liked by locals at the bar, but isn’t really going anywhere with his life–until he meets Pearl. The m…
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5 of 5 stars
Bailey’s back in town, ready to face the biggest mistake of her life. Two years ago, she left Cam brokenhearted, and though she knows she can’t expect to be able to take up where they left off, she hopes she can find some peace in her ho…
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The Forever Girl
5 of 5 stars
Sophia has a secret she can’t share. If she tells anyone about the buzzing in her head, they’ll think she’s crazy. And, most of the people in her small town already think she’s crazy and dangerous–and possibly a murderer. She tries to c…
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Hold Her Down
5 of 5 stars
Elizabeth has given so much of herself to others (her husband, children, students, volunteer work) that there’s scarcely anything left of the “Liza” she used to be. Her husband takes her for granted. She can’t say no to the constant bar…
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Don’t forget to stop by our lovely hostess Lisa’s blog and check out all the fun over there. Have a great Monday, folks! 🙂

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3 thoughts on “Summer Reads to take your mind off the weather

    • Kay Kauffman says:

      You’re welcome, Tricia! I have my own copy of The Forever Girl. So many great books! At the rate I’m adding things to my TBR list, I’ll never get through them all! 😀


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