I am soooooo excited to share the cover of Just one Song! After I finished Just One Summer, I didn’t feel like the stories of Mountain View Theater were done. Enter Cami Harris and Dylan Walker.
Just One Song is set 2 years after the events of Just One Summer and some of our old friends pop up. It’s a love story, but it’s also a story of self discovery. Join Cami as she tries to find her way through love, heartache, and family.
Just One Song will hit Amazon on August 3rd! Preorder your copy today.
One summer. One plan. One chance to shine.
Cami Harris is ready to leave Branson behind for the bright lights of Nashville… or New York… or L.A. She’s not sure which. She knows any of those cities could help her with her lifelong dream of becoming the next musical superstar.
Before she graduates, a once in a lifetime opportunity appears on her doorstep. Southern rock legend Hank Walker is coming to Mountain View Theater for the summer, and she’s hired as one of his backup singers. Cami’s excited to have the chance to learn from a certified rock god, even if he’s a certified jerk.
Hank’s son Dylan offers to take Cami under his wing and teach her everything he knows about the music industry. Dylan and Cami grow closer, but he’s holding something back. Something that could destroy their relationships before it even starts.
As Cami navigates the world of rock-n-roll, love, and family, she has to decide if leaving Branson is really what she wants or if home is where she needs to be.
I don’t know about you, but I love scifi. And there isn’t enough YA scifi in this world. Check out this upcoming book by Jamie Krakover! Coming to a galaxy hear you in Tuesday, October 20, 2020
When everyone has a brain-interfacing tracking chip, one glitch threatens the entire network. Kaya Weiss is that glitch.
Through thoughts and blinks, Kaya can access anyone or anything on the tracker network. But the authorities monitor everything—where Kaya goes, who she talks to, and what she searches. And without the ability to turn it off, Kaya and her family can’t observe a tech-free Shabbat. To fix the glitch, the authorities slice into her skull to reset her tracker, leaving Kaya to question more than the system’s invasion into her faith.
Kaya won’t be a lab rat again.
Evading the authorities requires some serious tech skills the rogue underground Ghosts can offer. But Kaya’s not sure she can trust them—even if their top tech wiz, Bailen, has interest in her running deeper than her bum tracker. Kaya must decide if gaining freedom is worth losing her tracker’s infinite knowledge—because to take down the tracker network, she must betray the only tech she’s ever known.
“Come on, Kaya. You know you want to.” The black box in Troy Ackerman’s hand flirted with me like a bad boy. Half thrill ride, half arrest warrant.
We were going to get caught. No question about it.
Masking your tracker signal got you a date with the authorities at best, and at worst… I didn’t want to think about it. I wasn’t lucky enough to stay out of trouble. I was never that lucky.
Troy held the radio wave generator between his thumb and index finger as if he was expecting me to take it at any moment.
The buzz from falling off the tracker grid—pure silence and vision devoid of popups and apps—wasn’t worth the risk of losing control, losing the connection and security of the network. If the authorities showed up, brain probing us to check for tracker glitches would be the least of our problems.
Troy waved the box in my face. “You sure? It’s such a rush!”
I shivered despite the bonfire blazing in front of us. “I’m good. I don’t need a record.”
“Wasn’t it just Yom Kippur or something? You should be good on the sin front for a while.”
“You know that’s not how it works.”
That little box was trouble. Worse than Pandora’s. My muscles tensed at the thought of all the chaos about to be unleashed. At least if I refused to disrupt my tracker signal, I wouldn’t have to lie about breaking the law.
Growing up with a fascination for space and things that fly, Jamie turned that love into a career as an Aerospace Engineer. Combining her natural enthusiasm for Science Fiction and her love of reading, she now spends a lot of her time writing Middle Grade and Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy.
Jamie lives in St. Louis, Missouri with her husband, Andrew, her son, and their dog Rogue (after the X-men not Star Wars although she loves both). When she isn’t being a Rocket Scientist by day and a writer by night, she can be found catching up on the latest sci fi TV, books, and movies as well as spending time on Twitter (maybe a little too much time :-P). And no, the rocket science jokes never get old!
Through Snowy Wings Publishing, Jamie is the author of Tracker220 (October 2020). She also has two female in STEM short stories published in the Brave New Girls anthologies and two engineering-centered nonfiction pieces that published in Writer’s Digest’s Putting the Science in Fiction.
The last of our cover reveals for the collection. Isn’t it gorgeous? I want to know what’s going to happen!
After the untimely death of her grandparents, Cynthia was propelled into becoming a guardian to her younger half-sisters, Penelope and Charmaine. As they all lived under the tyrannical rule of their drunken mother, she constantly felt that this wasn’t the life that she was meant to lead. She dreamed of one day her mother becoming sober enough for her to remember that she once loved her children. Unfortunately, that day would never come, and her heart would harden with each cruel comment from her mother.
It wasn’t until her freshman year in college that she would find someone who did love her, as she deserved. Who would liquefy her hardened heart, to find the giving soul that has been hiding from her mother’s tirades. It was then that Cynthia would investigate her mother’s past, to find answers to who her mother has become. The answers that would come in the dead of night. Midnight Princess.
A standalone, opposites attract romance that will have you ready to turn the next page.
I can totally relate to being bookish, and I know this will be amazing.
Fighting with fists because feelings hurt too much. Desperate to escape the responsibility that came with her gypsy roots, Bella buries her head in books and does everything she can to hide her true identity. Hunter was born to fight and win, but fighting for Bella is a losing battle from the very beginning.
When she is forced to marry a monster, will she take a chance on love and see beneath the beast, or will she run away and turn her back on everything she knows?
If you enjoy angsty love stories and need to know what happens when love is unrequited, you’ll love this new adult, Beauty and the Beast retelling.
I LOVE THIS COVER! Sorry, it’s so pretty and the model looks exactly how I imagined Emmy. I cannot wait to share Emmy’s story. She was so much fun to write. Preorder it for just $.99 at Amazon.
I was born to rebel.
Against love. Against authority. Against myself.
Perfect precision, that’s how I planned my life. Dancing was my whole world. I wanted to be in the spotlight with all eyes on me, but recently, my heart’s pulled me in a different direction. Writing for the school paper has excites me in a way dance never has. Exposing truths trumps pirouettes and countless hours in the studio and being true to myself is more important than keeping dangerous secrets hidden.
Getting close to Colin and his lacrosse buddies allowed me access to their secrets—but I had no idea how deep they went. On the brink of exposing them, I was set back. No sources, no boyfriend, and no way to get justice. No matter which angle I pursued, my story kept getting shut down.
Until I met the guy with the scars. The one who helped me when I didn’t know what to do or who to turn to. He came into my life out of nowhere, saved me, and taught me to believe in myself. Then, when I finally did, he didn’t believe in me. I had to stand on my own two feet, fight for my values and for what I needed—for what I had earned—and learn that justice always comes with a cost.
Oh, this one is sexy and enticing. I love how she’s turned from the camera.
After a humiliating end to her freshman year, Veronica Solis wants nothing more than to just focus on her studies and avoid her former friend and love her of life, Sean Courtright.
Veronica was doing just fine on all accounts until her favorite professor asked her for a favor: tutor the boy who broke her heart, shattering it to a million pieces.
If the request had come from anyone else, Veronica would have turned it down, but she couldn’t say no to her favorite person.
But she should have… Being cramped in the same room each day and their relationship slipping back into familiar patterns, Veronica begins to wonder if her heart and her head will ever get on the same page. Sean still makes her heart pound and her blood sizzle with want.
When Sean raises the stakes and offers Veronica a bet she’s sure to lose, she must decide if this game of cat and mouse with the boy who broke her heart will destroy what’s left of it or give them a second chance at love.
Doesn’t this look amazing? I’m super excited for this collection to release.
She has an epic crush on the wrong guy. Ada is the daughter of jewelry designer royalty. An age-old contract stipulates that as she is the next in line to take over the family legacy, she must marry wealth. Ada goes to Camelot for both education & to find a suitor. She attends incognito as doesn’t want people to know who she is. Theo Hunter is the bar manager of The Reef and becomes her best friend. They do everything together. He dates a string of women bc he can’t find the right girl… even though he knows Ada is that girl … but she’s infatuated with her roomie’s big brother, Ro Huxley. Ro Huxley will inherit billions. He’s the captain of the football team and drop-dead gorgeous…the ideal candidate for marriage but is he the right one for Ada?
Wow, isn’t this cover amazing! I can’t wait to read this one.
Zella This year is all about discovering who I really am. A road trip to a place seven hundred miles away, might not seem like much, but to me it means freedom. I set out looking for adventure, I never expected Ryker would help me find it.
Ryker I’m no prince charming, but I may just be her knight in shining armor. First, captivated by her ridiculously long blonde hair, I soon find out there is so much more to Zella then her hypnotizing locks. Turns out those hacking skills I’ve been practicing are about to come in handy.
A straight-laced princess meets a bad boy is this modern fairy-tale retelling full of first love, music, and just a little illegal hacking.