|Butterfly Books, LLC (2014)|
|MS: Complete Unedited|
|Books for very young children, children’s picture books & activity books|
HOW I FALL
A two-book series by the bestselling author of Almost and Unmaking Hunter Kennedy. Book 1 in the How I Fall/How I Fly series.
Impossible because she’s Ellen Foster. The beautiful, smart, and possibly fragile photography-girl. You’re Cam Campbell. The guy who plays football 24/7 with no life. But what if during junior year, you decide to finally try for her phone number—until this glitter-crazed new girl ruins your plan. Worse, the girl is Irish, awkward, and insists you and Ellen should become best friends—with her! Only, you don’t want to be friends with a human tornado, and you think Ellen might need to stay a crush. This is because after one interaction you’ve discovered Ellen Foster really is fragile. Your problems and secrets are too big for anyone to understand.
WHAT IF YOU COULDN’T RESIST?
But what if the three of you wind up assigned to a group photography project, where rumors are already circling about the new girl being ridiculous? You know she’s nice but very alone, so you convince your crush to help protect the new girl. Suddenly, working on the project makes hanging out, texting, talking—and even high school—seem fun and completely normal when it’s anything but normal.
WHAT IF YOU KISS?
What if you kiss Ellen Foster and it’s perfect enough to make you believe in things you shouldn’t. You tell her secrets and share your dreams. You make the kinds of promises and create plans to be together that might be impossible to keep when you’re only sixteen and your parents control your entire future, but... WHAT IF YOU HURT HER?
How I Fall, is the first book a two book series, ending with: How I Fly. It can be a stand-alone story, but it's recommended this book be first. The series is about friendship, boyfriends, taking risks and first love. There’s a photographer heroine who has left-sided cerebral palsy--she falls for a football jock with problems of his own.
Anne Eliot writes young adult fiction for middle school and high school teens and for any who are young at heart. She’s the author of How I Fall and How I Fly (a series), as well as a bestselling author of two other stand alone, sweet teen romances: Almost, and Unmaking Hunter Kennedy. She loves writing about friendships and first kisses and teens with issues like PTSD, depression, and now CP/hemiparesis as well as how high school teens face heavy burdens of societal and parental pressures these days. She loves writing about teens who live outside the ordinary, but who live well despite what cards they were dealt. She’s also devoted to stories with sweet first kisses and first loves. Anne resides in Colorado with a very patient husband, kids she adores (near and far) who are growing up too fast, and a trouble making Chihuahua named, Pico DeGuy. She is addicted to cheese and crackers, Tim Hortons coffee and can also be found often dreaming on Tumblr: anneeliot.tumblr.com, tweeting @yaromance, or goofing off on Facebook/AnneEliotAuthor.
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