Welcome!

June 1st, 2017

Welcome to the YA Savager Hunt Map Location #100!



Glad you could stop by. It's always nice to have visitors. Come in and relax, but I don't recommend feeding the smurf. He gets angry when he's disturbed.

I am C.j. Ethington, author, reader, mother, and special needs advocate. Around 2 years ago, I published my first book, Cinnamon and Salt, which is available as an ebook for 99 cents on all platforms for a limited time.

Want to know more? Well, okay, but only because you asked nicely.

"Demons, ghosts, psychics... Nicky Dubois doesn't believe in any of these things. Sure, she enjoys watching them on TV, but in real life? They're just nonsense. Or are they? When an inexplicable epidemic rages through Nicky's high school, she is forced to turn to the new guy, Asher Rowan, for help. Asher may be the only person who believes her when she says that evil forces have come to her home town. Then again, he may be the cause of it."

Intrigued? Let me share this beautiful cover with you then.

Cinnamon and Salt

The second book in the series, Oil and Vinegar, is already out with Blood and Water soon to follow.

Of course, I have lots of other projects coming soon as well. To stay up to date on my latest projects along with all things Sentinel, follow at me on Facebook here. All new followers will be entered to win a 25 dollar Barnes and Noble gift card with the winner to be announced as soon as the YA Scavenger Hunt is over.

Thanks for stopping by. Your secret word is LOVE, which is appropriate since I loved having you here.

Now, head on over to L.C. Hibbett's page for your next word, or you can return back to the treasure map here.

Happy hunting!

-C.j.

September 7, 2016

Blood and Water is almost finished! Well, with the writing process anyways. I will be wrapping up the last few chapters in the month of September. If you are interested in being a beta reader during the editing process, send me an email at cjethingtonbooks@gmail.com or message me on Facebook!

"The only difference between the saint and the sinner is that every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future."

- Oscar Wilde -

Oil and Vinegar

Thanks for being awesome!