"Junior Year, 93-94" by Megan B. March, which is part of "The Yearbook Series", continues the journey of high school and teenage life in general for Mia Adams as she enters her third year with hopes of graduating early while dealing with an increased class load, a testing long distance relationship, and major life changes of her close friends.
Tacoma, WA (PRWEB) October 15, 2015
The first two books in "The Yearbook Series", are titled "Freshman Year, 91-92" and "Sophomore Year, 92-93". This fictional story chronicles a journey of growing up and making it through the trials and tribulations of high school and being a teenager. Taking place in the small town of Juneau, Alaska, Mia Adams and her friends learn about the things their parents didn’t necessarily teach them about or prepare them for: challenging educational experiences, entering into romantic relationships that become serious, and testing of the strongest friendships in unimaginable ways.
Megan B. March lives in Tacoma, WA with her husband and daughter and is originally from Juneau, AK. Her primary focus is writing adult fiction; however, she also writes career management articles for Examiner.com. From the time she learned to read and write, she would create books by stapling folded paper together, writing about her pets or life in school. Her stories themselves were always hand-written and included her own illustrations.
It wasn't until 2009 that Megan starting writing more regularly again, leading to her first published book in a series in March, 2013. When she’s not writing, Megan enjoys horseback riding and is an avid reader of books that focus on the supernatural, dystopian societies, and romance. Her favorite writers include Stephen King, JK Rowling, Dean Koontz, Suzanne Collins, Veronica Roth, and Stephenie Meyer.
"Junior Year, 93-94" is available online at eBookIt.com along with many other retailers such as amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, and Apple iTunes. "Sophomore Year, 92-93", and "Freshman Year, 91-92" are also available online at the same retailers. Updates on future books and other information about the author can be found on her Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/meganbmarchauthor.
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