Young adult author Terra Elan McVoy will visit two libraries this weekend. On Saturday, August 1st, McVoy will visit West Regional Library at 3 pm. On Sunday, August 2nd, she will visit Eva Perry Library, also at 3 pm.
McVoy will sign books, read some excerpts, and talk about writing and publishing. If you’d like to learn about Terra McVoy and her books, visit her website.
McVoy has just published her first book called Pure. You can find this book at Wake County Libraries here.
Tabitha and her four best friends all wear purity rings, symbols of the virginity-until-marriage pledge they made back in middle school. Now Tab is fifteen, and her ring has come to mean so much more. It’s a symbol of who she is and what she believes—a reminder of her promises to herself, and her bond to her friends.
But when Tab meets a boy whose kisses make her knees go weak, everything suddenly seems a lot more complicated. Tab’s best friend, Morgan, is far from supportive, and for the first time, Tabitha is forced to keep secrets from the one person with whom she’s always shared everything. When one of those secrets breaks to the surface, Tabitha finds herself at the center of a betrayal that splits her friends apart. As her entire world starts to unravel, Tab’s forced to re-examine her friendships, her faith, and what exactly it means to be pure.