Sara Ella Talks about Unraveling

Sara Ella is the author of Unblemished, book one of the Unblemished Trilogy. Once upon a time, Sara dreamed she would marry a prince and live in a castle, and she did work for Disney! And today she is right here, on my blog (still pinching myself!) and I am so excited. (Can you tell?)

Kicking off the Thomas Nelson’s Young Adult Summer of 2017 Feature on the Just Commonly Blog tour Sara is right here to talk all things Unraveling – which is book 2 of the Unblemished Trilogy.

Let’s Jump in shall we, come meet Sara

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