“Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands” doesn’t go on sale for a month. The novel is the story of Emily Shepard, a young girl trying to survive on the streets of Burlington, Vermont after a cataclysmic meltdown at Vermont’s lone nuclear plant. She’s a cutter, an Oxycontin addict, and an aspiring poet who reveres Emily Dickinson.
I see that Doubleday Books and Goodreads are holding one last chance to win free advance editions of the novel.
They are giving away 25 copies.
Interested? Click here.
Thank you, as always, for your faith in my work. Fingers crossed my books never disappoint you.
I hope I meet many of you on tour this summer.
All the best,