Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Double Negative

I'm happy to announce C. Lee McKenzie has another book out! It's called Double Negative, a contemporary/realistic Young Adult fiction.


Hutchison Mc Queen is a sixteen-year-old smart kid who screws up regularly. He’s a member of Larkston Highs loser clique, the boy whos on his way to nowhere—unless juvenile hall counts as a destination. He squeaks through classes with his talent for eavesdropping and memorizing what he hears. When that doesnt work, he goes to Fat Nyla, the one some mean girls are out to get and a person whos in on his secret—he can barely read. And then Maggie happens. For twenty-five years shes saved boys from their own bad choices. But she may not have time to save Hutch. Alzheimers disease is steadily stealing her keen mind.

Tweet about it!

Bad grammar. Bad choices. No future, except prison. DOUBLE NEGATIVE @cleemckenzie #YA  #YALit @UncommonYA

Going to prison wasn’t part of the escape plan. DOUBLE NEGATIVE by C. Lee McKenzie @UncommonYA @YALit @Y_A_Now

Hutch McQueen will make you laugh and cry. C. Lee McKenzie’s new @UncommonYA DOUBLE NEGATIVE is out. @YaTwts

Lee's even set up a giveaway! How cool is that?

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

UR Book Giveaway!

The Untethered Realms blog crossed over the 100 followers mark and we're celebrating with a huge giveaway! Through the month of July, you can enter to win using the rafflecopter below. Check out the UR site, too. We have a tab listing FREE books you can download now!

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Wednesday, July 2, 2014


Insecure Writers Support Group

Purpose: To share and encourage. Writers can express doubts and concerns without fear of appearing foolish or weak. Those who have been through the fire can offer assistance and guidance. It’s a safe haven for insecure writers of all kinds! Visit the main page on Alex's blog for the complete signup list!

Struggling here. I’m in a slump, struggling to write anything at all, my direction in life in flux – or at a standstill, depending on how I look at it. I can see light at the end of this cave I’m standing in, but I don’t head toward it. Maybe my motivation has rolled under somebody’s sofa. Would you check under yours for me? I’ll even take the dust bunnies clinging to it.