“Jeff Bailey is turning 40. Settled and happily married, he spends his nights writing unsold screenplays while working security at a remote desert nuclear power plant after 9/11. Surfing the web one night, he sees the name of his first love, Shelley Dawson, pop up on a high school website.Bailey offers to dig out his journals and take them both back to the summer of 1981 in Ohio. She never knew he kept a detailed journal about his time with her so, uneasy but curious, she allows him into a past she can’t remember to see what he finds. Surprised by how much he’d forgotten, Bailey returns to the single summer that first broke his heart and made him a stranger to his own life and to the only world he’d ever known. The end of his childhood and the beginning of what his young parents always warned him about: dreaded adulthood. Transcribing his journals to a distant lost love, the adult Bailey follows his doomed teenage self, reliving the discovery and pain as he retraces his first feelings for Shelley, unearthing and unleashing emotions that hold consequences for them both all these years later.”
Hannah Godard was born and raised in the small town of Cochrane, Alberta where she is currently in her senior year of high school. She started writing the Quantum Series in Grade 10 and grew with her characters. Hannah is an adrenaline junkie, fascinated by air planes, and dreams of being a screenplay writer one day.
Social Graces, book 3 of the Quantum Series, is now available! Learn more here and get your copy today!
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Devyn Quinn has been a part of City Lights Press since 2017 and currently has one book released with two coming soon. Two of Quinn’s books have been nominated for the Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Award and she won in 2010, for her 2009 erotic romance title, Possession. We are excited to have Quinn as a part of the team!
Margaret Cioffi has been with City Lights Press since 2017. She currently has one book released, My Summer Job, with the second book, The Disappearing Daughter, to be released June 14th. Margaret spends her free time writing, cooking, painting and hanging out with her husband and her family although not all at the same time.
Get your copy of My Summer Job here, and keep your eyes out for The Disappearing Daughter on June 14th!