"Authentic reboot of Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter for today's readers. Heather Primm publishes the truth on her blog and pays an appalling price. It's up to Heather's younger sister to remind her what's true and what's not--and help her find a way forward. A powerful book."
-- Adele Abbot, author, Of Machines & Magics
and Postponing Armageddon "High school becomes the perfect substitute for Hawthorne's Puritan society in this accessible take on The Scarlet Letter. Surrounded by ruthless cliques and wannabe outsiders, Heather finds out just how hard standing up for yourself and your beliefs can be. A powerful message for readers of all ages."
-- Sheri S. Levy, author, Seven Days to Goodbye
About the Author
High school English teacher by day, Val Muller spends her days analyzing literature—and spends her nights writing it. She pens tales in multiple genres and has been writing since first grade. She is the author of the children’s mystery series Corgi Capers, the horror novel Faulkner’s Apprentice, and dozens of short stories and essays with more forthcoming. She lives with her husband Eric in Virginia and is owned by two corgis, Leia and Yoda. You can learn more at Val Muller’s website, www.valmuller.com, her Facebook page, or on Twitter.