Award-winning YA Author Tracy Hewitt Meyer Tackles Self-harm in the Emotionally Charged Novel A LIFE, REDEFINED
By: BHC Press
"As a social worker and addictions counselor, I've seen my share of teenagers dealing with pain and emotional suffering through acts of self-harm and cutting," says Meyer. "My hope is they can use Rowan's story as a source of hope and strength—hope that there is a future worth fighting for, and strength to take one step at a time."
In A Life, Redefined, we are introduced to seventeen-year-
Rowan's story continues in A Life, Forward (fall 2020) and concludes in A Life, Freed (summer 2021).
Readers and fans of Girl in Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow, Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson, and Girl, Interrupted by Susanna Kaysen will easily relate to—and cheer for—Rowan Slone as she learns to manage her pain and eventually break free from the nightmare she's been living.
"A searing portrayal of a teen navigating her dysfunctional family that leaves readers hopeful. Meyer astutely captures the horrors of self-harm and domestic violence." —Kirkus Reviews
"a deep, emotionally intense novel… Meyer is an author worth keeping an eye on, and a talent worth reading!!!" —InD'Tale Magazine
A Life, Redefined is published by BHC Press and is available in hardcover (978-1-64397-
About the author: Tracy Hewitt Meyer is an award-winning author of young adult fiction. She resides in Virginia with her husband and three children where she is currently working on her next novel.
About BHC Press: BHC Press is an award-winning independent publisher of general fiction and nonfiction hardcover, softcover, and ebooks for both YA and adults. To learn more, visit their website.