May I introduce - J Andersen "At What Cost"

Please welcome J Andersen today to my blog.

J Andersen only recently released her book  "At What Cost". Reviews have been very good:
  • "At What Cost is a MUST READ for all teenage girls"
  • "Author J. Andersen created a realistic story that is well-written and easy to get lost in…"
  • "At What Cost is a realistic contemporary that offers glimpses into family tension and relationship reconciliation through a situation that reaches the point of no-return. If you like sensible stories that talk about realistic issues, you’ll want to add this title to your read list."

.... Definately on my TBR list now!

And I'm grateful J. Andersen took some time to do this speed interview for this blog.


1. Chocolate or vanilla? Chocolate
2. Night owl or early bird? Night owl
3. Outline or fly by the seat of your pants? Outline
4. Traditional or self publish? Traditional
5. Hand write or type? Both
6. Milky way or Snickers? Milky Way!!!
7. Chinese food or Mexican? Chinese
8. Wine or coffee? Eek. Both. Wine in the evening; coffee in the morning.
9. Dogs or cats? Dogs
10. Amazon or In-store purchases?In store
11. Cook in or out to dinner? Out
12. Starbucks or Tim Hortons? STARBUCKS!
13. Twilight or Hunger Games? Hunger Games
14. Introvert or Extrovert? Extrovert
15. Indoors or outdoors? Indoors
16. Music or silence? Silence
17. Sedan or Minivan? Crossover
18. Endless edits and revisions or One time through...perfection? Endless edits
19. Camping or Hotel? Hotel
20. Organized or disorganized? Organized


Do you share the same answers ?


 Blurb for "At What Cost"

During her junior year, sixteen-year-old Maggie Reynolds expected to shop for prom dresses not maternity clothes. Now, instead of studying for the SATs, she’s reading, What to Expect When You’re Expecting. Maggie’s ‘Mother Dearest’ lives in fear that Maggie will somehow taint the family name, so Maggie can’t turn to her for help. Meanwhile, her father is oblivious to anything but his 9-9 job. And her boyfriend, Justin? She’s pretty sure he’ll stay by her side.
While Maggie wrestles with her options, Justin offers a solution: abortion. It would solve all her problems quickly, easily, and effectively. And her parents would never know, which means they won’t throw her out and cut her off like they’d always threatened if she got herself knocked up. Now Maggie must decide which choice she can live with: abortion or teenage motherhood. Either way, it’ll be a tough road to travel.

 Available on Amazon or Barnes & Noble