Thursday, June 5, 2014
This Summer Storm ~ A New Young Adult Anthology
Post by Kristy McCaffrey
I’m pleased to be included in a new Young Adult anthology—THIS SUMMER STORM. It’s now available in print and digital formats.
THIS SUMMER STORM is a collection of some of the best young adult stories out there today! In this exciting group of tales, it seems “one of everything” happens. Tornadoes, comets, hurricanes and raging river waters are all set to wreak havoc. But just when things can’t get any worse, along comes a life-changing experience in each story that is just as unsettling as the threatening weather.
A CURRENT SO SWIFT—Kristy McCaffrey
A wilderness course on the Green River in Utah has sixteen-year-old Amy Whittaker stuck on a raft with football players and cheerleaders from her high school. When a torrential rainstorm flips the boats and strands everyone, Amy is forced to take charge.
TO MAKE THE MAGIC LAST—Cheryl Pierson
When a tornado approaches, Steve Cooper and Christy Reed both run for cover—straight into the blazing guns of gang warfare in their apartment stairwell. Will they survive? What a way to start a relationship!
WAITING FOR A COMET—Richard Prosch
The papers promised death from the skies, but will wild west legend Abby Drake’s secret prove even more explosive for Jo Harper and her 1910 Wyoming town?
WEEKEND WHIRLWIND—Angel Drew
Cassie is excited to attend her first party at popular Lyndsey Stapleton’s house, but will her mother’s recent changes get in her way?
TAKEN BY STORM—Diana Stuart
Starting a new job turns into a life-changing summer for Angela Spencer, who learns who she really is and just what she is capable of.
ATLANTIS TWISTING TIDES—Allie Burton
When unrest threatens her kingdom, a mermaid princess must choose between loyalty and love.
THE LAST OF HER KIND—Cheryl Pierson
When Cassie’s new stepmother threatens their family’s well-being, Cassie enlists the help of her dying grandmother and the secret of an old Victrola—the last of her kind, as Cassie’s father says, to try to make things right again.