Livonia, MI, December 02, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Everyday, teens face real issues such as coping with loss, dysfunctional families, challenges of being transgender, and surviving high school. On the Edge of Tomorrow tackles these issues, reminding teens they aren’t alone and that the struggle is real.
Gritty, realistic, raw… Nine authors get real and dish up some of the best young adult fiction around. From family issues to teens struggling to find themselves, this collection offers a great escape, reminding teens they aren’t alone, and that hope can be found within.
“Love in Death” by Emerald Barnes; “A Sister’s Love” by Elise Manion; “Tender is the Deception” by award-winning author Tracy Hewitt Meyer; “And Then I Blinked” by award-winning author Caytlyn Brooke; “Trial” by Jean Booth; “So, it Ends Here” by Sara Daniell; “Twelve Months” by Landen West; “Puppets” by Margaret Nerz Iribarne; and “The Paternal Order of Dominic” by John Darryl Winston.
Edited by Tracy Hewitt Meyer and Sara Daniell, On the Edge of Tomorrow is published December 1st, 2017 by BHC Press, 220 pp., and is available in hardcover $23.95 (978-1-946006-59-2), softcover $13.95 (978-1-947727-19-9) and ebook $5.99 at fine retailers everywhere. Books may also be ordered through Ingram, OverDrive, or direct from the publisher.
Visit the publisher’s website for additional book information as well as other available titles at www.bhcpress.com.
BHC Press donates a portion of every book sale of On the Edge of Tomorrow to RIF (Reading is Fundamental) for the first year of publication.
About BHC Press:
BHC Press is an alternative publisher of general fiction and nonfiction hardcover, trade, and ebooks for both YA and adults.