Wednesday, 22 August 2012

At What Cost ~ blog tour.

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.

About the Author 

" YA author repped by Steve Hutson/Wordwise Media. I sing, I write, I create. Though not necessarily in that order & not all at the same time. " 

"In my spare time, I sing and play the piano in the church worship band, bake, make jewelry and run my kids to their various activities."
Jessie Andersen lives in a small town in Western New York with her husband and three kids. A former English teacher, she now spends her time writing while the kids are at school and the baby is sleeping. She volunteers at the local library and sings in the church band

Where can you find the author 

Here are my social media sites:

Where Can I purchase the book?

Amazon:  . Amazon UK:   . B&N .   Astraea Press: 


  1. Oooh, I totally love how you made my book cover the background for your blog. Awesome!!! Thanks for hosting me.

    1. Hi Jessie its my pleasure! Ive promoted you on the FB page aswell - anytime you have a promotion going on - all yours!

  2. Love this book cover. 'At What Cost' would probably make me cry, and a story that will hit home with those who have travelled down this road.

  3. For some reason, it won't let me reply to SSBookFanatics. Yes, I've been told it's made people cry and every time I read a certain part, I found myself crying too! It's pretty pathetic for the author to cry, don't you think? Or maybe it's a good thing, I don't know. :)

    1. Jessie, I think it's a good thing, because if what the author wrote (in this case, you) affects them, then it will most definitely affect the reader. Are you including tissues? :)

      Thanks for your reply.

    2. I should include tissues. I'll try to remember that for next time. :O)