Greetings!  I'm the kind of person who will spend the last $5 of a paycheck on a book, who goes book shopping on a regular basis, and who plans to have a literary-themed wedding.  So when someone says 99-cent ebook, I perk up, especially when it's from one of my all-time favorite modern authors, Erin McCole-Cupp.  Yes, indeed - Don't You Forget About Me is on sale on Kindle soon, very soon.  In fact, tomorrow, through May 1.


Quite honestly, dear readers, you should check this out.  Read my review here if you need more convincing!


Erin McCole Cupp is a wife, mom, and lay Dominican who lives with her family of vertebrates in the middle of Nowhere, Pennsylvania. Her writing has appeared in Canticle Magazine, Parents, The Catholic Standard and Times, and The Philadelphia City Paper, and she is a regular contributor to Her other professional experiences include acting, costuming, youth ministry, international scholar advising, and waiting tables.  Her influences include Neal Stephenson, Gerard Manley Hopkins, and Jane Austen.  Her weaknesses include iceberg lettuce, frozen drinks, and anything labeled “Visitor Center.”  Erin is the author of Jane_E, Friendless Orphan:  A Memoir (Broken Wheel Media, 2006), Don’t You Forget About Me (Full Quiver Publishing, 2013), and Working Mother (Full Quiver Publishing, 2013), all available on Amazon.  You can find more about Erin at  Also here, because she graced me with an interview a while ago!