Caught Between Two Curses, a contemporary young adult book which involves the Curse of the Billy Goat on the Chicago Cubs, is only 99 cents for the ebook. Please help CBTC find a new audience–appropriate for anyone 14 and up. Did you know you can gift a Kindle ebook if you’ve already read it yourself? Find out how to purchase it for yourself or your friends at this link: http://www.amazon.com/Caught-Between-Curses-Margo-Dill-ebook/dp/B00J8UWR4K
The ebook will be on sale through tomorrow, Wednesday, April 8! Then it goes back to its regular price of $3.99.
What’s Caught Between Two Curses about? Seventeen-year-old Julie Nigelson is cursed. So is her entire family. And it’s not just any-old-regular curse, either—it’s strangely connected to the famous “Curse of the Billy Goat” on the Chicago Cubs.
Julie must figure out this mystery while her uncle lies in a coma and her entire love life is in ruins: her boyfriend Gus is pressuring her to have sex, while her best friend Matt is growing more attractive to her all the time.
Somehow, Julie must figure out how to save her uncle, her family’s future, and her own love life—and time is running out!
Some reviews from Amazon. Read more here:
“Non sports readers as well as baseball lovers will enjoy this book. Well done, Margo!“
“The author skillfully intertwines the book’s themes as Julie struggles with concerns today’s teens often face including: pressure to engage in sex, the give and take of relationships, and the importance of family. Teen-age readers will identify with Julie’s adventures as they cheer her on as she solves friendship issues and breaks the family curse.”
“Julie, the main character is so fun and earnest and charming, the mystery of the curses is really just an excuse to spend time with her. We get to see her deal with real and supernatural struggles with the kindness and good nature that we all wish we were capable of.”
Thanks for considering a purchase. Thank you to everyone who helped with my Thunderclap campaign and has ever bought a copy of my book or even read a newsletter! I appreciate you all more than you could know. And of course. . .let’s play ball!