the year we became invincible


Dear Future Reader,
If you’re reading this book, it’s either:
1. You’re my future partner 
2. I’m famous and my writings have been immortalized 
3. You’ve violated my privacy and these are not meant for you 
Let’s hope it’s not the last one. Before this year, I had my life all planned out. This book contains the story of the year that changed my life (well, my life so far). It’s the year I learned how to be invincible. That wasn’t really specific, but I guess you have to read on to see what I’m talking about.
Love,
Camille
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Camille Li has her life all planned out. She is a ballerina who is going to be a doctor like her dad. But this all changes when she meets Ian, a smart ass slacker from another school. As Ian takes her on adventures with his adrenaline junkie friends, Camille starts to question if she really has everything figured out. Follow Camille’s rollercoaster ride through her last year in high school through letters she wrote to her future husband.

To find out more, check out these reviews for ‘The Year We Became Invincible’

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/26139204-the-year-we-became-invincible?utm_medium=api&utm_source=blog_book

http://sumthinblue.com/the-year-we-became-invincible/ 

www.willreadforfeels.com/reviews/the-year-we-became-invincible-mae-coyiuto

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4 thoughts on “the year we became invincible

  1. Hi, where i can buy your books? The year we became invincible. I’ve been searching in national bookstore both trinoma and sm north. But they say out of stock, could you help me where i can buy your book? Thanks! 😊

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  2. Hi mae! I love your book, The year we became invicibles. After reading it, I became your fan. Looking forward for more young adult books you’re gonna write. I’m excited. I love you mae. I’m from Philippines.

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    1. hi aimee! i’m really sorry for the delayed response. This means so much to me! Thank you and I’m so happy you liked the year we became invincible. I just wrote a short story that’s featured in a collection called Coming of Age if you’re interested!

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