The Glass House is released in just over two weeks now (16th April eeek!) and I’m going to do a release day giveaway (for an ebook copy) here on my blog. All you need to do to win is comment with your answer to my simple question and leave me your email or means to contact you if you win 🙂
My question is: How many times is the word glass mentioned in the story?
The winner will be the person who guesses or comes closest to right number. If there is a tie I will choose the person who commented first.
Competition will close midnight (GMT) on 15th April.
At seventeen, Sasha is a little lost and a lot lonely. He craves friendship and love, but although he’s outwardly confident, his self-destructive tendencies cause problems, and he pushes people away. Making sculptures out of the broken glass he collects is the only thing that brings him any peace, but it’s not enough and everyday he feels himself dying a little more inside. Until he meets Thomas.
Thomas is shy but sure of himself in a way Sasha can’t understand. He makes it his mission to prove to Sasha that he is worthy of love, and doesn’t give up even when Sasha hurts him. Little by little Sasha begins to trust Thomas. And when Sasha is forced to confront his past he realises accepting the love Thomas gives him is the only way to push back the darkness.
This story means a lot to me. I never planned to write it, it just sort of happened. It’s one of my favourite things I’ve written, and Sasha is one of my favourite characters to write ❤