Audiobook Review Copies Available: The Alienation of Courtney Hoffman by Brady Stefani!
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Author Brady Stefani is offering Audiobook review copies of: The Alienation of Courtney Hoffman for interested bloggers. This review tour will run January and February. Bloggers will receive an Audible code for the audiobook and will have until the end of February to post their review(s) on Amazon and their blog. This is different from a blog tour as there will be no set schedule, bloggers must review on their own time (before the end of the deadline). If you would like to participate, please fill out the form below. Please note that signing up will not guarantee you a review copy. Selected bloggers will be notified by email.
The Alienation of Courtney Hoffman by Brady Stefani Genre: YA Psychological Thriller/Scifi Release Date: June 7th 2016 SparkPress
Summary from Goodreads:
Fifteen year old Courtney wants to be normal like her friends. But there’s something frighteningly different about her—and it’s not just the mysterious tattoo her conspiracy-obsessed grandfather marked her with before he disappeared. She's being visited in her bedroom at night by aliens claiming to have shared an alliance with her grandfather. And imaginary or not, they're starting to to take over her mind. “Mental illness is a slippery slope,” her mother warns her.
The last thing Courtney wants to do is end up crazy and dead like her grandfather did. But what about the tattoo? And the aliens trying to recruit her? With her new alien-savvy friend Agatha and her apocalyptic visions, Courtney begins connecting the dots between the past, present and future—of her bloodline, and the ancient history that surrounds it. Is she going insane, like her family claims her grandfather did, or is she actually a "chosen one" with ancestral connections to another world? Either way, Courtney has a mission: untangle her past, discover the truth, and stop the apocalypse before it's too late for everyone.
About the Author Brady G. Stefani has a bachelor's degree in creative writing, and a graduate degree in law. During law school, he spent time as an involuntary commitment caseworker for the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health, where he interacted with patients suffering from severe thought disorders, including numerous patients presenting with subjectively real memories of being visited and abducted by alien beings (commonly referred to as alien abduction phenomenon). It was through his study of these patients, along with his own struggles with anxiety and cognition, that Stefani became aware of just how deceiving, mysterious, and powerfully resilient, the human mind can be. In an effort to provide awareness of mental suffering, and spread hope to all those touched by it, Stefani is focused on writing YA novels that explore the experience of being different and the other-worldly places our boundary-less imaginations can take us. Alienation is his first novel. But with two works currently in progress, the journey has just begun.