Coming September 2019, from Duet Books: How To Be Remy Cameron
Everyone on campus knows Remy Cameron. He’s the out-and-proud, super-likable guy who friends, faculty, and fellow students alike admire for his cheerful confidence. The only person who isn’t entirely sure about Remy Cameron is Remy himself. Under pressure to write an A+ essay defining who he is and who he wants to be, Remy embarks on an emotional journey toward reconciling the outward labels people attach to him with the real Remy Cameron within.
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Running With Lions, Duet Books 2018
Bloomington High School Lions’ star goalie Sebastian Hughes should be excited about his senior year: His teammates are amazing, and he’s got a coach who doesn’t ask anyone to hide their sexuality. But when his estranged childhood-best-friend Emir Shah shows up at summer training camp, Sebastian realizes the team’s success may end up in the hands of the one guy who hates him. Determined to reconnect with Emir for the sake of the Lions, he sets out to regain Emir’s trust. But to Sebastian’s surprise, sweaty days on the pitch, wandering the town’s streets, and bonding on the weekends spark more than just friendship between them.
Winters’ debut novel was named Best Teen Fiction in the annual awards ceremony celebrating the best in independent publishing. The Independent Book Publishers Association also honored Messer for her cover art for the coming of age novel set at a summer soccer camp.
“Funny, wise, and ridiculously romantic. It hit me right in the heart.–BECKY ALBERTALLI, author of Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda
“A warm, funny, smart and poignant debut, full of heart and full of hope.
I loved the adorably cute relationship that emerges between Sebastian and Emir, I loved the humour, and I loved being reminded what it’s like to be a teenager during a long, hot, messy summer, when everything is new and exciting, anything seems possible, and the world is opening out in front of you.
I thoroughly enjoyed it and hope it gets all the accolades and praise it deserves.–SIMON JAMES GREEN, author of Noah Can’t Even