Author: Jennifer Snyder
Release date: 12/10/12
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Age Group: YA
Inhaling in life is easy. It’s the exhaling—the letting go— that’s the hard part.
Katie Elliot has always known the Conner twins. For years she secretly pined after one, while playfully averting the advances of the other. Once upon a time, she was fine with that. Then came the moment when her twin of preference kissed her and changed everything.
As if realizing love can be complex—even when it’s reciprocated—isn’t hard enough, tragedy strikes, tearing Katie and the boy she’s always desired apart. Finding herself torn between love and guilt, Katie must learn when it’s acceptable to let go—when it’s finally okay to exhale.
About the Author:
“I live in a small town nestled in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Growing up I was always an avid reader (my mother must have spent thousands on R.L.Stine and Christopher Pike books). Writing a novel wasn’t something I’d ever really given much thought about until early 2006, but I never actually put pen to paper until late 2007, after the birth of my second child.
While juggling with the everyday responsibilities that come with being an adult first off, a wife, and a stay-at-home mama to two small children… I still found some time to allow my wild imagination to run wild, something I hadn’t done in years. And, I wrote a book.
As I’ve said before… this first novel of mine sucked. Big time! But that’s okay, I’m fine with that now because writing is all about growing. Right? And I KNOW without a shadow of a doubt that my writing has grown since that very first novel. If you don’t believe me, ask the three people who read the thing chapter by chapter who never asked to read the ending. You’re laughing now right? I am. You know it’s horrible when no one wants to read the ending!
I’m still a stay-at-home mama now, but I’m also a Self-Published/Indie Author. My debut novel was Shattered Soul and no, you haven’t seen the end of me. My mind is still chucked full of character voices and plot lines.”