Battling Brelyn is the first book in the new young adult family saga, The Clover Chronicles. A MUST HAVE for fans of Everything, Everything and The Fault in Our Stars.
“Mya's writing technique is phenomenal. She's a modern-day Maya Angelou.”
• Barry “Cassidy” Reese
Platinum Selling Artist , Hotel and I'm A Hustla
“Mya paints a very vivid and real-life emotional picture with every sentence. Her writing fills me with joy, fear, anger, anticipation, and a host of other emotions that keep me rooting for her characters.”
• Terri J. Vaughn
Award-Winning Actress, The Steve Harvey Show, All of Us, Soul Food, and Meet the Browns
“I had to understand one thing. My body was now in charge of my destiny. Period!”
This is exactly how high school sophomore Brelyn Clover feels after she is diagnosed with lupus six months past her fifteenth birthday. The attacks on her body come without warning, forcing her to step down as a fitness trainer. Her siblings are the only ones keeping her sane during the hiatus from fitness. Then Brelyn meets Saith Richards, her new neighbor. He is a paralyzed former basketball player who may never be able to take another jump shot in his life. Saith teaches Brelyn the true meaning of appreciating life.
As the two grow closer Brelyn feels like things aren’t so bad after all. Even her online fitness business begins to take off as she virtually trains her first client Paris Rivers, a teen she connected with via Twitter.
Just when things are going well, Brelyn’s health takes a turn for the worse. This leads her siblings and parents to band together to figure out what caused her crisis. Only Saith holds the answers that everyone desperately needs. Will the Clovers put their pride aside and trust the one person who may be able to keep Brelyn alive or will Brelyn’s growing love for Saith cause her parents to resent they ever met?
|Publisher:||The TMG Firm|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)|
|Age Range:||12 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Mya Kay Douglas, born and raised in North Philadelphia, is a bestselling author, speaker and literary coach who believes everyone has a story to tell. She has been honing her craft since she first discovered her calling for writing and publishing ten years ago. She has published eight novels and a non-fiction guide, Don’t Time Your Masterpiece, Take Time to Write It: From The Inside Out. Her first book signing for her young adult novel, A Song for Jordan, was held in Atlanta at Barnes & Noble, one of the toughest chains to get noticed as a self-published author. She has published five books in seven months, two of which were #1 for three weeks worldwide on Amazon. Mya Kay is currently signed to The TMG Firm as an author.