Hello. My name is Amanda, and I’m a Kindle Addict.
When I leave the house, it goes in my purse. When I come home, it goes on my nightstand or my kitchen counter or my coffee table or… Well, anywhere I might be found.
So when my Kindle lost its mind and refused to let me read an advanced reader copy of Marie Meyer’s Across the Distance I was devastated. On many levels.
Luckily, half the world seems to have read this book. Seriously, Marie’s climbing the Amazon rankings like a banshee.
(Wait, is that right? *Googles “banshee climbing” sees it is definitely not right but cannot come up a better metaphor. Leaves it and hopes no one notices when they see the pretty cover.*)
There’s a drawer I never open. It holds a picture I never look at. It reminds me of a day I hate to remember, but I’ll never forget.
I’d give anything to be like the other girls on campus. Going to parties, flirting with boys, planning for a future. But that’s not me. And hasn’t been since the day my parents died. The only thing that got me through was Griffin. Even though I didn’t have my family, I always had him. Only, now I’m not so sure I do.
It’s not just the eleven hundred miles separating us now that I’m at college. Or his band finally taking off, and all the gigs and girls suddenly demanding his time. It’s as if everything is different-the way we talk, the way we text . . . the way he looks at me and the way those looks make me feel.
Now I could lie and say something like “Wow! This book! I read it one sitting. Oh and guess what? The last time I hung out with Marie we said we were going to do crafts, but then we sat around and drank wine the whole time instead.”
(Okay, maybe that last part isn’t a lie.)
But since I haven’t finished the book (yet), I found someone who has finished Across the Distance and
forced asked her to tell me a little about it. Without further ado, the fabulous author Marty Mayberry:
In six words or less, tell me what Across the Distance is about:
College girl loves rocker best friend.
What was the best part of the book?
The emotional development of each character, not only as individuals but as a couple.
Fill in the blank: Fans of ________ will love Across the Distance.
Fans of Cora Carmack will love Across the Distance.
Celeb couple name: Grillian of Jiffan?
Grillian, of course.
And here’s Marty’s full review of the book, shamelessly lifted from Goodreads:
Every now and then (too rarely, I might add), you come across a story that grabs hold of you from page one and doesn’t let go until you reach the end laughing and crying, all at the same time. ACROSS THE DISTANCE is one of those rare gems.
Want to win your own copy of this swoon-worthy story?