Debut Author Take Over: Match Me If You Can by Tiana Smith

I am so super excited to kick off a series of posts that will happen over the next few months. Back in September I was contacted by a group called Class of 2k19 Books. They wanted to see if I was interested in working with any of the debut authors on their list. I was immediately taken with quite a few and wrote back, maybe scream shouted, that I would love to be a part of it and so began my journey.

I won’t lie, I was in a blogging slump and having this new blood reach out helped a lot. It added a spark to my blogging life that was missing and I can’t wait to share my thoughts and some guest posts from these fabulous ladies that I have been working with for the past few months.

First up, is Tiana Smith, who’s debut, Match Me If You can is out January 8, 2019. Welcome Tiana!


Suffice to say, my book focuses on matchmaking a bit (I mean, the title is MATCH ME IF YOU CAN). One of the characters, Robyn, prides herself on her ability to match people up with their perfect pairs. So, we’re going to play a little game of: “Which celebrity couples are COUPLE GOALS?” I’m way more excited about this than I should be. Don’t judge.

First up, we have …

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard

Okay, when I first saw this video, I knew they were simply the cutest.

I mean, how can you not love that? These two goofballs obviously have a lot of fun together, which is the basis for a great relationship, if I do say so myself.

Tom Holland and Zendaya

These two have been pretty hush-hush about whether they’re a real couple or not (they totally are, don’t burst my bubble). All things considered, it seems pretty likely, and my character Robyn would definitely approve.

Also, there’s Tom Holland’s lip sync battle, which honestly, is one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen.

John Krasinski and Emily Blunt

Awww, how cute are these two?

Also, I can’t forget to mention this interview John Krasinski did with Jimmy Fallon where he says he totally married up and that’s just the sweetest thing ever.

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively

All I can say is, these two will make beautiful babies. (Yes, I know they already have children, but you KNOW when they grow up, those kiddos are going to be gorgeous. How can they not with those genes?)

Just look at them! They’re almost too beautiful to look at.

Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel

Another power couple right here, both of them taking over the world.

They know how to make the distance work when they’re apart (how cute is it that they didn’t kiss for the longest time because of distance, even though Jessica totally knew she was going to marry him one day?) and even a small breakup couldn’t keep them apart for long.

Sarah Michelle Gellar & Freddie Prinze Jr.

There is literally no couple that brings back such great 90’s nostalgia vibes. I had to post an older picture of them simply for that reason, but these two have been married for 16 years, which, in Hollywood is practically forever.

That’s the stuff dreams are made of right there.

Okay, as an added bonus, we’re going to do a JOINT matchmaking game. Here’s how it works. We’ll each say who we’d match a certain celebrity with and then ten years from now, we’ll see if either of us were right. Well, at least the first part of that was the truth.

Leonardo DiCaprio

Tiana says: A perpetual bachelor, that one. I know a lot of people would love to see him with Kate Winslet, but honestly, I liked him best with Claire Danes for sure. So that’s my vote.

Andi says: Can I say me for this one? I mean I have loved him since he was on Growing Pains so that has to count for something, right? But seriously, I would love to say Kate Winselt, but I admit there is something about seeing them as friends that I just love. And it pains me as a Tom Brady fan to say this, but I really did love him with Gisele.

Jennifer Aniston

Tiana says: Jennifer has definitely been through the wringer when it comes to her romantic life. I love the idea of her and Ben Affleck together, if he ever gets his addiction under control…

Andi says: So I’m gonna pull a Kelly Taylor from Beverly Hills, 90210 here and say I would be 100% okay is Jen went it alone and ended up with herself. She feels like the type of person that could be okay if she was on her own.

Selena Gomez

Tiana says: Poor Selena, and her history with Bieber. Personally, I’d love to see her with another musical heartthrob, namely Harry Styles. Because that would be ammmazzzing! Too bad there’s history with Styles and Selena’s BFF Taylor Swift, cuz it’d probably never happen.

Andi says: This is awkward but I kind of want her to actually get back with Justin Bieber. I know, I know, he is a hot mess usually, but there was something charming about them as a couple.

Channing Tatum

Tiana says: It broke my heart when Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan broke up. Especially because I love Channing Tatum in She’s The Man (true story, that movie inspired MATCH ME IF YOU CAN a bit!) and he deserves his own happily ever after. I’d put him with Anna Kendrick, I think. They’d at least have some laughs.

Andi says: Oh Channing, how you broke my heart when you and Jenna split. Actually I’m gonna go out on a limb and say that I think maybe in the future they could get back together

Orlando Bloom

Tiana says: I had the biggest crush on him in high school. Okay, it was more like an obsession. And I know she currently has a boyfriend right now, but I’m going to go with Emma Watson on this one. Wouldn’t they be the cutest?

Andi says: I’m sorry, I can’t unsee him naked on the surfboard with Katy Perry. I just can’t do it.

Sandra Bullock

Tiana says: I love Sandra Bullock so much. She seems like someone who’s genuinely friendly and lovable. I think she’d be great with someone who’s a bit of a cinnamon roll, like Gerard Butler.

Andi says: I’m going to start this by saying I love my pick with his current wife and do not wish them to break-up, like ever, but I really loved the easy chemistry between Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds.

That’s all for now folks! Thanks for indulging me, and if you like romantic mash ups and rom coms, I hope you’ll check out MATCH ME IF YOU CAN!


Debut Author Take Over: Match Me If You Can by Tiana SmithMatch Me If You Can by Tiana Smith
Published by Swoon Reads
Published: January 8, 2019
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Mia's best friend Robyn is known for her matchmaking skills, which is perfect, because homecoming is just around the corner. But Robyn refuses to set Mia up with the guy of her dreams, which forces Mia to take matters into her own hands. She uses Robyn's matchmaking service to make sure popular Vince Demetrius falls for her.

Vince asks her out, but Mia doesn't count on Logan, the persistent school newspaper photographer who seems to like her out of the blue. Now she has to choose between Vince - the guy she knows is right for her - and Logan, who insists that she give him a chance. And she needs to make sure Robyn doesn't find out that Mia's been matchmaking behind her back.

Mia has two weeks before homecoming. Can she fix the mess she made or will she have to kiss her perfect match goodbye forever?

A huge thanks to Tiana for stopping by. Make sure you check my Twitter for a giveaway of Match Me If You Can.

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Forever Summer Reading Blog Journey: Jenny Holiday’s It Takes Two

Welcome to Forever Romance’s Forever Summer Reading blog journey for June. I’m super excited to take part of this journey and share my love of Jenny Holiday and her Bridesmaids Behaving Badly series. I fell in love with Jenny’s first book, One and Only, in the beginning of 2018 and I’m really excited to read It Takes Two. If it is a series you haven’t picked up yet I HIGHLY recommend it!

Today though, I am happy to share with some some summer reading books suggested by Jenny herself. I always have a fascination with what other authors are reading and Jenny didn’t disappoint. I personally have one of these on my TBR already and I think a couple more may follow.


Summer Reading List – Jenny Holiday

One of the best things about summer in my part of the world is that reading can become an outdoor activity. I don’t think there’s anything better than reading on my front porch in the evenings, cold glass of rosé at hand. This is what I’ll have loaded on my eReader this summer.

Grumpy Fake Boyfriend by Jackie Lau

I’m not really sure I have to say anything beyond: look at this title! LOOK AT THIS TITLE! But I also love that this book is set in Toronto and a beach town in my neck of the woods. And I do adore a cranky hero.

A Duke by Default by Alyssa Cole

I, along with the rest of Romancelandia, am really looking forward to book 2 in Alyssa’s Reluctant Royals series. And, people, it is reportedly about an American socialite who goes to Scotland to become a sword-maker’s apprentice. A SWORD MAKER.

Imperial Stout by Layla Reyne

Layla Reyne’s books are the exceptions to two of my usual romance reading rules: I don’t really do romantic suspense, and I hate books that end with cliffhangers. But here I am, on the edge of my seat waiting for book 1 in her new m/m series.

Scoring With the Wrong Twin by Naima Simone

Naima’s books are hilarious. She has such a snappy, of-the-moment voice that practically sparks off the page. I’m reading backwards in this series, having recently finished (and loved) #2.

How to Bang a Billionaire & How to Blow it With a Billionaire by Alexis Hall

I’ll be rereading these two books this summer. I recently finished the second one, which is my favourite read of 2018 so far (it came out in late 2017, but I was a little late to the party). Now I want to go back and read them back to back (while I wait for book 3….did I mention I hate cliffhangers?). These books are comedies that will delight you, but they are also full of humane characters trying so hard to be better. I don’t quite know how Alexis does it.

Forever Summer Reading Blog Journey: Jenny Holiday’s It Takes TwoIt Takes Two by Jenny Holiday
Published by Forever
Published: June 26, 2018
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All’s fair in love and warWendy Liu should be delighted to be her best friend’s maid of honor. But after years spent avoiding the bride’s brother – a.k.a the boy who once broke her heart – she’s now trapped with him during an endless amount of wedding festivities. Luckily she’s had time to perfect her poker face, and engaging Noah Denning in a little friendly competition might just prove that she’s over him for good…

Noah Denning is determined to make his little sister’s wedding memorable. But it seems Wendy is trying to outdo him at every turn. Challenging each other was always something he and Wendy did right, so when she proposes they compete to see who can throw the best bachelor or bachelorette party in Sin City, Noah takes the bait – and ups the stakes. Because this time around, he wants Wendy for keeps. And when you’re fighting for love, all bets are off.

It Takes Two, Book 2 in the Bridesmaids Behaving Badly series, by Jenny Holiday will be on sale June 26, 2018.


About Jenny Holiday

About Jenny Holiday: Jenny Holiday is a USA Today bestselling author who started writing at age nine when her awesome fourth-grade teacher gave her a notebook and told her to start writing some stories. She lives in London, Ontario, with her family.

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Guest Post – Riveted Lit Q&A with All in Pieces author Suzanne Young

I was contacted by the wonderful people at Riveted Lit (Simon Teen) to do a really cool thing. They knew how much I loved and want to support Suzanne Young‘s newest book, All in Pieces, so they gave me the opportunity to do that by “interviewing” Suzanne for the Riveted Lit blog. It was probably the coolest thing I have done in a long time when it comes to blogging. The people at Riveted and Suzanne were fabulous and I hope to work with them again.

Anyway, in case you missed it, here is the heartfelt Q&A with Suzanne.


Hi all! I’m Andi from Andi’s ABCs. I started Andi’s ABCs in January of 2013 as a way to share my love of accessories, books and clothes. Since then my main focus has been on books, mostly Young Adult but some New Adult, Romance and Adult mixed in, but I do share my love of accessories and clothes and my new card making obsession on the regular. And I offer guest opportunities for readers, authors, publicists and bloggers to do the same with my weekly feature The ABCs.

Anyway, I was super excited when I was contacted by Riveted to guest post and interview the wonderful Suzanne Young. Suzanne’s newest book, All in Pieces, is by far one of my favorite contemporary reads of 2016! There was something so magical about the story and Suzanne’s writing. The book just felt so honest and had raw emotion. It showed the reality of people that live hard lives and make hard decisions way before they should have to. The thing about All in Pieces is it was real. I never once felt like I was reading a story. I felt like I was in the story and that is something that rarely happens. I strongly feel this is a book everyone should read.

Now, on to the Q&A!

Suzanne! All in Pieces is so fantastically fantastic! It is pretty different than your series The Program (which I also love). Where did the idea to tell this story come from?

I wrote it shortly after my grandmother passed away, and I was emotionally devastated. As I was grieving, I thought a lot about where and how I grew up. I started writing All in Pieces, thinking about kids in low-income areas, thinking about those who society turned their backs on. I poured all of my grief, heartache, history, and most importantly—my gram’s fierce love—into this story.

I have seen you say many times that All in Pieces has been 10 years in the making. What was it like to work on one book for so long?

Well, I wrote the first draft of this book (which is pretty different from the finished version) in about 2006-2007. It was a short fast draft, but I became obsessed with the characters. I worked on it for about six months and sold it soon after. But… then I changed publishers and we got the rights back to it. After that, I worked on it on and off, sharing with editors, but never finding the right home.

Then I randomly mentioned the book to my editor, and told her it was the truest thing I’d ever written and she asked to read it. She emailed to tell me that she loved it and that she felt the book to her core. All in Pieces finally found the right home

For a small book (under 300 pages) you pack a ton of feeling and emotion onto the pages. So much in fact as a reader you forget you are reading. What was that like for you? Did it put a toll on your emotions?

Like I mentioned, my grandmother died shortly before I wrote this book. I think I sobbed a good 75% of the time, and laughed the other 25%. It’s so real and emotional—I couldn’t have accomplished that if I hadn’t actually felt it and soaked my keyboard with tears.

Let’s talk about Savannah for a minute. That girl broke my heart. She was trying so hard and it just never felt like it was enough. Where did your motivations come from to give your readers a character like Savannah that was broken yet strong?

A little bit from myself, how I grew up. Also from a person I greatly admired. But the character came together and I think my favorite part about her is that she is so hard, so tough—but when it comes to Evan or her friends, she is loyal and loving. I like how fiercely she loves and protects them.

Savannah also deals with some pretty serious stuff concerning her ex-boyfriend. It was a truly important part of the story and I admit it was hard to read. Was that tough for you, as an author (and mother) to write?

Yeah, it really was. I think so many of us have experienced that feeling of being powerless, of violation. It wasn’t hard to tap into the emotion, but it sure was hard to stay there. It brought up a lot of bitter resentment. But in the end, it wasn’t Patrick’s story. I wanted to get Savannah to a better place.

And Cameron. Sweet, adorable Cameron. He was the perfect person to come into Savvy’s life just when she needed it. Why was he so important for you to have in your story and for Savvy?

I liked that he didn’t give up on her. So many other people had, including some of her family members. He also didn’t pressure her—only proved that he’d be there. She didn’t need Cameron, that’s not what he’s about. But when she was able, she let herself care about him and was able to have a loyal, trusting relationship with him.

What is the one thing you want everyone to know about All in Pieces?

I know that All in Pieces is not everyone’s story, but it is a story that’s important to me. It’s very real, very authentic. The friends in All in Pieces become each other’s family. And I thought that was an important story to tell.

Lastly, when I interview authors on my blog I always ask the same final question. What is the one item of clothing you could never live without?

Ooo…. I love this fuzzy, multi-colored sweater I have. Although I don’t get to wear it too much since I live in Arizona


Guest Post – Riveted Lit Q&A with All in Pieces author Suzanne YoungAll in Pieces by Suzanne Young
Published by Simon Pulse
Published: November 8th 2016
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From New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Young comes a heartrending new novel about a girl struggling to deal with anger issues while taking care of her younger brother with special needs.

“Anger-management issues.”

That’s how they classified Savannah Sutton after she stuck a pencil in her ex-boyfriend’s hand because he mocked her little brother, Evan, for being disabled. That’s why they sent her to Brooks Academy—an alternative high school that’s used as a temporary detention center.

The days at Brooks are miserable, but at home, life is far more bleak. Savvy’s struggling to take care of her brother since her mom left years ago, and her alcoholic dad can’t be bothered. Life with Evan is a constant challenge, but he’s also the most important person in the world to Savvy.

Then there’s Cameron, a new student at Brooks with issues of his own; a guy from a perfect family that Savvy thought only existed on TV. Cameron seems determined to break through every one of the walls Savvy’s built around herself, except if she lets herself trust him, it could make everything she’s worked so hard for fall apart in an instant.

And with her aunt seeking custody of her brother and her ex-boyfriend seeking revenge, Savvy’s fighting to hold all the pieces together. But she’s not sure how much tighter she can be pulled before she breaks completely.

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Blog Tour: The Black Key – Amy Ewing (Top 10 + Giveaway)


Today is my stop on the Blog Tour for Amy Ewing’s final book in the The Lone City trilogy, The Black Key. I have been a fan of this series (and Amy) since the beginning so I am very happy to take part in this tour and share one of Amy’s top 10 lists.

I had given Amy 3 options to pick from and I must admit I’m happy she went with the one she did!

Amy’s Top 10 Favorite Fictional Boys!

Because fictional boys are the best.

bk110. Legolas from The Lord of the Rings. Yes, Aragorn is also sexy as hell, but I always loved Legolas. Maybe because he’s sensitive and can commune with nature. Maybe because of his badass bow and arrow skills and his amazing hair.

9. Tim Riggins from Friday Night Lights. He’s a classic bad boy with a heart of gold and the way he looks at Lyla Garrity makes me weak in the knees.

8. St. Clair from Anna and the French Kiss. Not only is St. Clair funny and smart with a sexy accent, but he is shorter than Anna. As a tall girl, this made me so happy.

bk27. Bucky Barnes (the Winter Soldier). Is it wrong that I like totally tortured guys with a dark past?

6. Khalid from the Wrath and the Dawn. See explanation for #7…

5. Dr. Reid from Criminal Minds. First of all, yes, I admit it, I love Criminal Minds. Call it a weird guilty pleasure. And I find a super genius nerd with an eidetic memory and long crazy hair to be extremely sexy.

bk34. Edward Cullen from Twilight. I know there are a lot of haters out there, but Edward Cullen made me swoon and I’m standing by that.

3. Stefan Salvatore from The Vampire Diaries. I feel like I’m in the minority on this one, but I don’t care. Stefan Forever. Also he’s who I (physically) based Ash on.

2. Peeta Mellark from The Hunger Games. Peeta is sweet and sensitive and could make me bagels in the morning. I never understood the attraction to Gale when there was Peeta. True story: being single in New York can be hard, so sometimes I take out my battered copy of The Hunger Games and just read the Peeta parts. Peeta makes everything better.

bk41. Jon Snow from Game of Thrones. I feel he requires no explanation. Just…Jon Snow.








Blog Tour: The Black Key – Amy Ewing (Top 10 + Giveaway)The Black Key by Amy Ewing
Series: The Lone City #3
Published by HarperTeen
Published: October 4th 2016
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For too long, Violet and the people of the outer circles of the Lone City have lived in service to the royalty of the Jewel. But now the secret society known as the Black Key is preparing to seize power.

And while Violet knows she is at the center of this rebellion, she has a more personal stake in it—her sister, Hazel, has been taken by the Duchess of the Lake. Now, after fighting so hard to escape the Jewel, Violet must do everything in her power to return to save not only Hazel, but the future of the Lone City.

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About Amy Ewing

Amy Ewing earned her MFA in Writing for Children at The New School and received her BFA at New York University. The Jewel started off as a thesis project and became her debut novel. She lives in New York City. You can visit Amy online at or on Twitter @AmyEwingBooks.


Tour Schedule

Week One:
9/26/2016- The Cover Contessa– Interview
9/27/2016- Once Upon a Twilight– Excerpt
9/28/2016- Take Me Away To A Great Read– Guest Post
9/29/2016- Andi’s ABCs– 10’s Post
9/30/2016- A Dream Within A Dream– Interview

Week Two:
10/3/2016- Lisa Loves Literature Excerpt
10/4/2016- Literary Meanderings– Guest Post
10/5/2016- Fantasy Book Critic– 10’s Post
10/6/2016- Two Chicks on Books– Interview
10/7/2016- Curling Up With A Good Book– Excerpt


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Blog Tour: For This Life Only by Stacey Kade – Top Ten TV Characters (+a Giveaway)


Welcome top my stop on Stacey Kade’s blog tour for For This Life Only. Stacey was kind enough to do a Top 10 post and is doing it on her Top Ten Favorite TV Characters. Without further ado:

Oh my. *rubs hands together in glee* This is going to be fun! Or extremely difficult given how much TV I watch!  😀

Disclaimer: These aren’t in top ten order. They’re just my ten favorites.

forthis1Ryan Atwood (The O.C.)
I have watched the pilot of this show so many times. And the scene where Sandy helps Ryan with his tie makes me emotional every single time. Ryan is just that perfect good heart/bad boy combination that is completely irresistible.  And I don’t care what anyone says: Season 4 rocks.

Peter Bishop (Fringe)
Smart, handsome and a bit of a con artist. But the way he takes care of his father, Walter, who is less than stable and very contrary, makes me love him even more.

Starbuck (Battlestar Galactica)
Katee Sackoff. I adore her. But I knew I loved this character from the first time she explained why she was in the brig *this time*: “For striking a superior asshole.” *insert emoji with cartoon-heart-eyes here*

Dana Scully (The X-Files)
Smart. Scientist. Redhead. Walking contradiction with her faith in religion and her doubt of the paranormal. Badass who did not need to wear midriff-bearing shirts or leather pants to convince us of her badassery.

forthis2Olivia Dunham (Fringe)
We wouldn’t have Olivia without Dana Scully, and like her predecessor, Olivia is smart, dedicated and not someone you want to cross. She, however, I think, was allowed to show more vulnerability at times than Scully. And I think that’s a sign of progress. “Strong” doesn’t always mean strong in one particular way (aka usually the “male” version of strength).

Bellamy Blake/Clarke Griffin (The 100)
Okay, this is a bit of a cheat. Honestly, I love this show, but these characters individually can drive me crazy. However, seeing them work together is nothing but sheer delight.

forthis3Dean Winchester (Supernatural)
I confess: originally, I preferred Sam. All that angsty-goodness. But now, on rewatching, it’s Dean all the way. That smirk. The humor he uses to hide his deepest hurts and fears. Yeah. Plus? The single perfect tear.

Jessica Jones (Jessica Jones)
Is this one really a surprise? Probably not. I adore flawed female characters. Particularly angry ones who have good reason to be angry and aren’t afraid to show it, never fearing that they’ll be liked less. Even if they are.

Veronica Mars (Veronica Mars)
I want to grow up to be Veronica. That is all.

forthis4The cast of FRIENDS
Okay, now I’m REALLY cheating. But if they can negotiate together, I can list them together. 🙂 And collectively, they are a favorite; I couldn’t choose just one. FRIENDS is my go-to show on a bad day, when I’m sick or just feeling blah. If I were still in college, I would write a paper about how The One where Monica and Richard are Just Friends is the best episode of the series and possibly a perfect sitcom episode in general.


Blog Tour: For This Life Only by Stacey Kade – Top Ten TV Characters (+a Giveaway)For This Life Only by Stacey Kade
Published by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Published: August 30th 2016
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A young man struggles to move forward after the death of his twin brother in this gripping, coming-of-age tale about loss, redemption, love, and the moment you begin to see the world differently.

Three minutes.

JA young man struggles to move forward after the death of his twin brother in this gripping, coming-of-age tale about loss, redemption, love, and the moment you begin to see the world differently.

Three minutes.

Jacob Palmer died for three life-changing minutes.

And when he woke up, nothing was the same. Elijah, his twin brother, is dead, and his family is broken. Jace’s planned future is crushed, along with his pitching arm. Everyone keeps telling him that Eli’s in a better place, but Jace isn’t so sure. Because in those three minutes, there was nothing.

Overwhelmed by guilt and doubt, Jace struggles to adjust to this new version of the world, one without his brother, one without the certainties he once relied on. And then Thera comes into his life.

She’s the last girl he should be turning to for help.

But she’s also the first person to truly see him.

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About Stacey Kade

As an award-winning corporate copywriter, Stacey Kade has written about everything from backhoe loaders to breast pumps. But she prefers to make things up instead.

She lives in the Chicago suburbs with her husband, Greg, and two retired racing greyhounds, SheWearsThePants (Pansy) and Shutter. When she’s not reading or writing, you’ll likely find her parked in front of the television catching up on her favorite shows (Scandal, The Vampire Diaries, Almost Human, The Walking Dead, and Sherlock, among others.)

Stacey is the author of the The Ghost and the Goth trilogy (THE GHOST AND THE GOTH, QUEEN OF THE DEAD, and BODY & SOUL) and The Project Paper Doll Series (THE RULES and THE HUNT). You can find her (far too often) on Facebook and Twitter as well as


Tour Schedule

Week 1:
8/22: I Turn the Pages – Mood Board
8/23: Tales of the Ravenous Reader – Review
8/24: What Sarah Read – Q&A
8/25: Oops! I Read A Book Again – Review
8/26: Andi’s ABCs – Top 10

Week 2:


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