Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Destiny is FREE!

Remember that book I wrote back in 2013?

Destiny?

Well, I finally decided to break down and do a free promo with Amazon. 

Right now it's currently sitting at #347 in the entire free kindle store #1 in both its categories and #25 out of all the free kindle books for Teen and Young Adult. Today I have given away 500 free copies so far, and it's only 3:24 on day 1 of the 5-day promo. 



Want your free copy? 

Grab it here: smarturl.it/destinybookone

Blurb:
Destiny Clark, a young Mormon girl living in Tennessee, is wildly infatuated with Isaac Robinson, the headmaster's son at her Baptist high school. When they're cast together in the school's production of Les Misérables, Destiny is horrified to find that she has to be publicly humiliated by acting out her true feelings of rejection onstage.

As their rehearsals begin, Destiny realizes the unimaginable: Isaac has developed deep feelings for her despite their religious differences and the fact that he has a girlfriend.
But will they be able to find their place amongst the backbiters of their ultra-conservative world?

Weaving around Destiny and Isaac's alternating viewpoints, Destiny is the first book in a series inspired by the characters of Les Misérables and explores heartbreak, self-discovery, intolerance, and love.

Praise for Destiny:

“Hale is a talented author, who writes deep and dynamic characters in VERY difficult situations.” -Ramblings on Reading Book Blog

“Religion is a touchy subject for everyone, and the most common protocol is to simply keep your mouth shut about it, so to read a YA that is highly focused on religion is a refreshing change.” -Shadow Kissed Cassie 

“A delightful read. I flew through the pages, putting aside other books I was reading at the time, as I was drawn into Destiny Clark's world and her teenage troubles.” -Jennifer Thompson

“The heart of the story is the romance, but religion and faith come in as close seconds. Cindy Hale writes both Baptists and Mormons sympathetically, portraying both as people with strong beliefs. She doesn’t preach religion, but allows her characters to feel faith and express it in a way that gives them depth. There are antagonists in both religions, and good people in both religions. In the end, religion is deeply important to her characters, and both Destiny and Isaac must discover what they believe and find a way to be together despite their differences.” -Kaylynne R.