Author: Shawna Romkey
Publisher: Crescent Moon Press
Genres: Young Adult Paranormal
Zombies don't move very quickly, so I was late for language arts class. “Miss Tyler, a word,” Mr. Herb Potter said as I staggered in. Maybe he thought I was drunk.
He pulled me out into the empty hall and closed the door. “Do you want to explain why you're late and why you are in this state?” My teacher looked me up and down.
How could I explain I was a zombie? “Overslept and ran late today. Sorry about that.”
Hmmm, I didn't know where to start. Every explanation I had seemed to begin at my death, at the accident because everything that had happened since seemed to be a result of it especially this funk I was in. “I worked all weekend and stayed up late last night.” The lies were beginning to flow fairly easily now. Not only did I now get why my peers turned to alcohol and drugs, I also got why they lied. It was so much easier than the truth.
What happens when falling in love and falling from grace collide?
High school junior Lily Tyler dies along with her two best friends in a car accident, but miraculously she comes back to life several minutes later. Unable to deal with her loss and her survivor’s guilt, she moves to her dad’s. While there trying to heal from this tragedy and come to terms with the event, she meets some people at her new school who are all too eager to help her. Struggling to fight her feelings for two of these strange new acquaintances, Luc and Mo, she finds out their true identities.
Lily must move on from the past, reconcile her feelings for Luc, and find a way to stop a divine war with the fallen angels, all while trying to pass the eleventh grade.
Shawna grew up around farms in the heart of Missouri but went to the University of Kansas, was raised in the US but now lives on the ocean in Nova Scotia with her husband, two sons, two rescue dogs and one overgrown puppy from hell. She’s a non-conformist who follows her heart.
She has her BA in creative writing from the University of Kansas where one of her plays was chosen by her creative writing professor to be produced locally, and two of her short stories were published in a university creative arts handbook. She earned her MA in English from Central Missouri State University where she wrote a novel as her thesis.
She’s taught English at the university and secondary levels for close to twenty years and can’t quite fathom how all of her students have grown up, yet she’s managed to stay the same. She’s a huge geek and fan of Xena, Buffy and all kick ass women, and loves to write stories that have strong female characters.
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