Check Out the Extraordinary Tidbits for "Extra Normal"

Suze Reese

A YA Paranormal Romance
Book One in the series.
Watch for it in 2012!
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I should have protested. Instead, I inhaled again, deeply.

He . . . he loved me. That was it. Warm and soothing love pulsed fiercely from his every pore. Not the kind of proud love my parents had for me. Nothing like the deep friendship Geery and I shared. And certainly nothing like the vile lust of other human males. This was something new. Something profound.

I closed my eyes and drank in his affection as if these were my very first breaths.
Mira Johns is pretty much like any other teenage girl.
Except that she knows how to do amazing things with harnessed electro-magnetic energy.
And she's really, really far from home.
Her assignment as an emissary to Earth sounds fairly simple: blend in, observe, and stay away from the planet’s primitive males. But she soon meets two very different boys who seem bent on getting close to her. One—a handsome rich kid with plenty of self-confidence—has the entire student body captivated, with the exception of Mira. While the other—a mysterious outcast who keeps to himself— has Mira unnervingly entranced.
She does her best to avoid them both, until the day she gets close enough to both of them to sense what they really think of her. From one she feels absolute and unexplained hatred. From the other, love that she'd never even imagined possible—and Mira soon realizes the real reason she is supposed to avoid males: linked mates from her planet undergo a molecular change that can lead to death if separated. Unsure whether she's even capable of linking, Mira only knows that being with a human male puts both their lives in danger, and leaving him means a life of misery.
But a series of serious accidents at her school make it clear that someone wants to force her return. Desperate to find a way to both stay on Earth and keep her friends safe, Mira decides her only hope is to uncover the truth to who her real enemies are, and why she— the most mediocre of candidates—was actually chosen for this assignment: before the agency discovers her secret and sends her back home. 

The "Extraordinary" Authoress

I'm told by my pre-teen son that I'm not the Coolest Mom. (Despite the fact that I'm a young adult fiction author! Can you imagine?)

Apparently spending your days in pajamas slumped over a computer does not score you points in the Cool Mom department. But I suspect Cool Mom in my son's world means someone who gives you everything you ask for. We Nerdy Moms are obviously the ones who know what we're doing. 

Besides, I get to play Cool Mom or Nerdy Dad or Tough Teen or Adorable Little Girl whenever I feel like it. It's a pretty sweet life.

Favorite things? Toddler hugs. Followed closely by chocolate. Plus keeping someone up all night reading one of my stories. Yeah, that's pretty awesome.

I've done all the things expected of a writer of my (a-hum) years: earned a bachelor's degree, published in a different genre, and worked in the real world in both marketing and journalism. This is my first venture into writing young adult fiction. My imaginary friends and I are very excited.

(You'll find all the characters listed above in my new paranormal romance Extra Normal, to be released early 2012.)

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The Giveaway
In honor of the April 23rd release of
Extra Normal
 Suze Reese has
decided that YOU, the readers,
should get the goods! 
Coming Soon!!!!!!   

1 comment:

  1. I can not wait to read this! I was hooked on the first sentence. Hurry up April!
    laura thomas


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