Vitamins and Death by Medeia Sharif -- Giveaway!

Happy new year!

Medeia Sharif has a new book coming out, and she's hosting a giveaway!




VITAMINS AND DEATH by Medeia Sharif
YA Contemporary, Prizm Books
Release Date December 10, 2014
Purchase from Prizm, Amazon – Vendor sites will be updated on the author’s site.

Deidra Battle wants nothing more than to be invisible. After her mother, a public school teacher, engages in an embarrassing teacher-student affair at Lincoln High, they relocate to a different neighborhood and school. Being her mother's briefcase, Deidra joins her mother at her new workplace, Hodge High. Since her mother has reverted to her maiden name and changed her appearance, she thinks no one will figure out they're the Battles from recent news and that they're safe. Neither of them is. Hodge brings a fresh set of bullies who discover details about the scandal that changed Deidra's life. Feeling trapped at home with an emotionally abusive, pill-addicted mother and at school with hostile classmates who attempt to assault and blackmail her, Deidra yearns for freedom, even if she has to act out of character and hurt others in the process. Freedom comes at a price.

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Comments

Medeia Sharif said…
Thank you for participating in the book blast.
Deniz Bevan said…
Happy to do it, Medeia!
DMS said…
So excited to see Medeia's book here! I can't wait to read it! Yeah for Medeia.

Happy New Year to you! :)
~Jess
Arlee Bird said…
The title of this book is intriguing and the storyline sounds interesting as well.

Lee
Tossing It Out
Jack said…
This one sounds very good. I might have to add it to my ever growing list. (Not that an ever growing book list is bad 8-D)
Deniz Bevan said…
Thank you!
And I forgot it was IWSG day today...But what better way to celebrate than by promoting a fellow author's book? At least until my scheduled post goes up...

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