Sunday, April 21, 2013

SPOTLIGHT + GIVEAWAY: Yellow Socks and Blood Spots by Bailey J. Thompson

Another spotlight, YAY! So today I wanted to spotlight an upcoming YA release that deals with a difficult issue...TEEN PREGNANCY! I wanted to share something new with you but at the same time important :) I hope you like it, find it interesting, and I wanna know what YOU think! So leave me a comment!!

Title: Yellow Socks and Blood Spots
Author: Bailey J. Thompson
Publication Date: May 15th 2013
Publisher: Yellow Iris Press
Pages: 300
Summary from Goodreads (here):
Two lines means pregnant, and pregnant is the very last thing seventeen-year-old Isabelle wants to be. She’s just beginning her senior year, she’s rekindling the respectable relationship she once had with her family and she’s finally fallen in love.
Her boyfriend, Jason, wants an abortion, while Isabelle wants to give her baby a chance at life, whether that means adoption or raising her baby herself. Her situation raises a question of values, beliefs, rights, societal expectations and personal opinions, and as Isabelle’s friends and family discover the news, they seem to think that only they know what’s best for her and her baby.
Within two weeks of finding out about their beautiful disaster, Isabelle and Jason have to come to a mutual agreement and make a life or death decision.
Get your copy here:
Amazon Papreback | Amazon Kindle ($3.99) | B&N Paperback | B&N Nook ($3.79)

I wanted to mention that the author has a giveaway on facebook for a signed PROOF Copy of Yellow Socks and Blood Spots! Just click the banner below:
ALSO don't forget to watch out for the 45 DAY BLOG TOUR!! *woah O_O THAT'S A LOT OF DAYS*

Now about the author herself:

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Bio from Goodreads:
Bailey J Thompson is a teenage author that resides in Barrie, Ontario, Canada.
She has been storytelling since the moment she could talk, and has since developed passions for creative writing, photography, nature and the environment.
Yellow Socks and Blood Spots is her debut novel.

THAT'S IT!! What do U think about the topic of TEEN PREGNANCY IN YA LIT?


  1. I think this is a good subject because we need to teach people that things like this happen and there is nothing to be ashamed of! In my country, young mothers are regarded with suspicion by the rest of society. It's sad to see that sometimes even the girl's family refuses to offer support!

    1. WOW, that is sad to hear. I know that happens a lot here in the States as well and I really wish we could support the these young women istead of bashing them for there choices. Thanks for stopping by and commenting Ralu :)


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