Cameron Stone Joins the Sterling & Stone Story Studio with Debut Novel #Unwell

#Unwell by Cameron Stone

Sterling & Stone is excited to announce another addition to the Story Studio with Cameron Stone’s debut novel, #Unwell.

Seventeen-year-old Nathan Gutierrez and his occasional crush, Oliver, plan to quit social media. Forever. Not that they’ll be missed – their only followers are friends and family.

But before he deletes the app, Nate captures the perfect shot of a fight between two popular girls at school. One upload later, his popularity skyrockets. Nothing gets views faster than pretty girls pulling hair and clawing eyes.

While most influencers are beacons of false positivity and saccharine platitudes, Nate goes the other way. He becomes an #unwellness influencer.

Want to be angry? Go for it.
Don’t feel like sleeping? Stay awake.
Hold a grudge? Follow your heart.

Nate’s popularity surges as he turns his high school into a buffet of sickening sandwiches, insomnia, and rage. His followers become judge, jury, and executioner. It’s all going so well–

Until someone steals his account.

The uploads change. Now, they’re not just defiant; they’re sinister and suicidal. It’s only a matter of time before someone dies.

Not that his audience cares.

They’ve grown rabid.

And now they’re coming for Nate.

#Unwell is YA and the first book by LGBTQ author Cameron Stone.

About The Authors

Cameron Stone has been telling stories since he was four, always looking for ways to capture the world as he saw it. When his mom politely reminded him in a scathing yet honest review of his first book that bats aren’t birds, the four-year-old Cameron doubled down and wrote another book. This time with rainbows and flying snakes.

Cameron writes thrillers and the supernatural for the “weird” and “queer” kids, with the hope that they will see themselves in stories he never had when he sashayed out of the closet. He lives in Southern Arizona with his husband.

Imprint: Sterling & Stone
On sale: February 27, 2024
eBook Price: $4.99
Pages: 282
ISBN: 978-1-62955-366-5

For more information contact:

Jen Turrell Publicity at Sterling & Stone