Michael Somers is an author, speaker, consultant, and workshop facilitator who lives in mid-Michigan.
Michael Somers’ debut novel, STARVED, tells the story about 17-year-old Nathan Thomas, a high school senior who develops anorexia and bulimia to cope with the pressures of school and home. STARVED takes us into an inpatient eating disorders treatment program, and is a first-of-its-kind telling that reminds us boys get eating disorders, too.
STARVED has also earned Honorable Mention in the 22nd Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Books Award in the Middle-Grade/Young Adult category.
The author is available for visits to schools, libraries, and book or writing clubs. He can also speak about eating disorders awareness and survival, and is affiliated with National Eating Disorders Association.
Michael Somers has worked as an English professor, educational consultant and professional development facilitator.
He can be reached at email@example.com.
By Michael Somers
Young Adult Novel
Nathan rebels by pretending to go along with the program at first, until his parents refuse to help in his recovery. With only his treatment team and fellow patients to rely on, Nathan comes to terms with the boy who lost himself and the young man who gains himself back, one pound at a time.
– Judge, 22nd Annual Writer’s digest self-published book awards
Available Fall 2018
The Weekend Between
Book 2 in the STARVED Series
My Writing Blog
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