Blog Tour + Review : Little Miss Somebody by Christy Lynn Abram


Little Miss Somebody
Christy Lynn Abram
Publication date: July 1st 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Young Adult

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Based on a true story

Fourteen-year-old Nikki is forced to leave her whole world behind when her mother makes an impulsive move to Missouri. Once in the heart of Saint Louis, her mother begins a vicious cycle of abuse and abandonment, leaving Nikki to fend for herself at her grandmother’s house, amidst her mother’s drug addicted siblings.

Humiliated, lacking resources, and feeling more than ever like a burden, Nikki decides to take matters into her own hands—when she embarks on a journey to find her father, a missing piece to the puzzle of her life. Along the way she unravels more pain and layers of family abuse, causing her to want to give up.

But she won’t give up. Not yet. Not Nikki. Not until she finds what she’s looking for. But, will Nikki find the love she desperately needs?


I read this book in pre-release in order to review it, but I must honestly say that of all the books I’ve ever been asked to review, this is the only one so far that I truly liked, that I truly felt was quality writing, and that I would buy a copy of when it comes out. I hesitate a little bit to compare it to “Precious,” because that was a story so terrible I never want to think about it again. While this is also a story of a girl with an uncaring mother who is trying to survive very trying circumstances, Nikki is a better heroine because she is constantly looking for a way to change her life. I think a lot of us can look back on our childhoods, especially if we had parents with a substance abuse problem, and see how we just got pushed and pulled around, sometimes with drastic life changes, due to adults being irresponsible. You may not be exactly like Nikki but this story will resonate with many people


After enduring years of trauma and struggling with depression and PTSD, Christy Lynn Abram embarked on a journey to self-healing using holistic wellness as her guide. Now, as an Expressive Writing Coach and author, she teaches others how to love themselves healthy.

Christy is trained in eight healing modalities, including: a Reiki master, EFT practitioner, reflexologist, massage therapist, and a crystal healer, all of which aided in her discovery of how to heal herself naturally. These life-changing skills also served as the foundation to enhancing her gift as an intuitive healer. She has been recognized for her knowledge of the chakra system (by best-selling author of the Chakra Bible, Patricia Mercier), gemstone healing, and energy medicine. She also contributes to several online publications on the subject of holistic healing and offers individual coaching, e-courses, and workshops all designed to assist and encourage others on their journey toward a better, fuller life. Christy also loves to use her gift of writing to help others.

In her book Chakra Wellness: 7 Ways to Renew the Total she dives into the seven chakra centers from a mind-body-soul perspective. Readers learn how to discern key issues, heal imbalances, and maintain energetic barriers to eliminate stress and increase their overall well-being.

In her emotional novel, Little Miss Somebody, Christy wears her heart on her sleeve and delivers a poignant tale of love and sacrifice. Based on a true story, Little Miss Somebody will be released in July 2015.

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3 thoughts on “Blog Tour + Review : Little Miss Somebody by Christy Lynn Abram

  1. Uhm, is your name Kim? Cause this is a word for word review a reader posted while my book was in pre-release. What is going on here?


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