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First Love Short - My Un-Famous Neighbor is available now!

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Soooo my First Love shorts are supposed to be released on Fridays but I accidentally clicked the wrong button and My Un-Famous Neighbor is available on Amazon a day early. Lucky you!

Shelby Cross lives in the literal middle-of-nowhere. The only time people come to her town is because they run out of gas or make a wrong turn. So when a dangerously cute boy and his mom show up at her parent’s diner one morning, it’s a surprise when they announce they plan on living there. Shelby knows that only people with secrets move to the middle-of-nowhere, and she’s right. Clay Thompson has a pretty big secret. He used to be famous. My Un-Famous Neighbor is the second novella in Amy Sparling’s new First Love Shorts series. These quick, romantic teen reads are perfect for anyone who loves a good story about finding your first love.

Buy it for 99 cents or read it FREE with Kindle Unlimited: My Un-Famous Neighbor on Amazon.

PS- Don't have Kindle Unlimited? It's like Netflix but for books. You …

Introducing First Love Shorts - a new series by Amy Sparling

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I recently felt a little overworked from writing one novel a month. I happily do it for my readers though, but recently I've heard that many of you love reading but don't have the time to read full length novels, especially after school starts for the year. 
Soooo, I had an idea that I'm very excited about! First Love Shorts!

What are they?

Weekly short stories that are around 10,000-15,000 words and will only take an hour or two to read. I'm releasing 10 of these in my "First Love" series, and they'll all be fun, romantic, teen stories about finding your first love.

Each new story will be released for Kindle and on Kindle Unlimited on Fridays. The first one is called The Text Dare and will be out this Friday. Read more about it below:

Sixteen-year-old Jess Parker is stuck babysitting her little brother all weekend, which is why she accepts her best friend’s dare: to text the random phone number they found written on a lost piece of algebra homework. Whe…