Sunday, March 09, 2014

New Indie Book Release: Public Displays of Convention (Sarahbeth Caplin)


New Indie Book Release:
Public Displays of Convention - Sarahbeth Caplin
YA / Women's Fiction - (182 pages - January 2014)

"This book is about [Anna-Kate's] journey of putting the pieces of herself back together and becoming happy as a single person. [...] It's a very introspective book and a must-read for anyone who is recovering from a bad relationship or simply wants some reinforcement that you are okay the way you are!" - Reader Review

Public Displays of Convention is a book for every woman who has been asked, "Why are you still single?" as if singleness is some kind of disorder. With a fun, upbeat vibe, this book follows Anna-Kate from the devastating moments after her breakup to the moment she realizes single-hood can be an adventure and not a curse.


About the Book

Public Displays of Convention (Sarahbeth Caplin)
Click to Read an Excerpt
Being single.

To some it's a blessing; for others, a curse.

Newly-dumped Anna-Kate can't imagine a life without Jared being anything but empty and hopeless. Following her passion for classic literature, she accepts a job at a local bookstore, where she can spend her days reading about independent heroines like Jane Eyre and Elizabeth Bennet: women who broke the conventions of their day, and inspire Anna-Kate to do the same.

With a colorful cast of co-workers who offer plenty of unsolicited advice and can't take hints, the journey to self-sufficiency turns out to be wilder than Anna-Kate ever expected.







About the Author

Author Sarahbeth Caplin
Author Sarahbeth Caplin
Sarahbeth Caplin was born in Connecticut as Sarah Elizabeth Caplin, and legally changed her name to Sarahbeth at the age of 22, thinking it would look more distinctive on future book covers.

Off paper, she is primarily known as Beth, and holds a bachelor's degree in English Literature from Kent State University.

It was during college that she first saw her name in print as a columnist for her campus newspaper, The Daily Kent Stater. Now living in Denver, Colorado, Caplin can be found in various microbreweries when not chained to her laptop working on future books.

She is also the author of Confessions of a Prodigal Daughter, Someone You Already Know, and Sorting Myself.

Connect with Sarahbeth Caplin via Facebook
and Twitter: @SbethCaplin.