Book Promotion: Songs from the Phenomenal Nothing by Steven Luna

Today’s book promotion comes from Steven Luna and his book called Songs from the Phenomenal Nothing. If you like young adult novels, take a look below. You might just find another book for your “to read” pile!

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Book: Songs from the Phenomenal Nothing
Author: Steven Luna
Genre:
Young Adult/Coming of Age

Publisher: Booktrope
Format: Kindle/Nook/iBook/Koko
Release Date: August 31, 2013

Summary:
It’s just me and him. Him and me. A man I can’t comprehend, designated by the universe as my father but someone I prefer to call Tom, and a kid he can’t relate to but calls son anyway because he’s determined to try. I really wish he’d just call me Tyler.

 He probably wishes I’d call him Dad. But I’m not comfortable with that at this point.

 

Our differences and our lack of mutual understanding are the only things we seem to agree on. And even those get heated sometimes. 

 

Seriously, it’s a miracle that we haven’t hurt each other yet.

 

I’m not sure how much longer we can hold out.

 

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Seventeen year-old guitar prodigy Tyler Mills has become lost in the aftermath of his mother’s death. Disconnected more and more from his father, he takes refuge from it all in two things: his music and his girlfriend. But everything changes with the chance discovery of his mother’s journal—and the long-held family secret within that could alter his life forever.

 

This book contains strong language and depictions of drug use (though not gratuitous). 

The Author:
Steven Luna is the author of the Joe Vampire series. He lives in Arizona with his wife and three children. He’s written since childhood, everything from comic book scripts to song lyrics. Songs from the Phenomenal Nothing is his first work for a Young Adult audience.

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Steven Luna’s Blog: Here
Steven Luna’s Twitter: Here
Steven Luna’s Facebook: Here
Steven Luna’s Goodreads: Here

I want to thank Steven Luna for allowing me to promote his book on my blog. I hope this post has inspired you to go out and read Songs from the Phenomenal Nothing!

 

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