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Monday, March 20, 2017

Blog Tour- SHADOW RUN by Adrianne Strickland and Michael Miller An Interview

I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on blog tour for SHADOW RUN by Adrianne Strickland and Michael Miller! I LOVED this sci-fi book so freaking much and am dying to read the next one! I have an interview with Adrianne and Michael  to share with you today! 

Haven't heard of SHADOW RUN? Check it out!

Author: AdriAnne Strickland & Michael Miller 
Release Date: March 21, 2017
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Pages: 400
Formats: Hardcover, eBook
Find it: Goodreads | Amazon | B&N | iBooks
"Firefly" meets DUNE in this action-packed sci-fi adventure about a close-knit, found family of a crew navigating a galaxy of political intrigue and resource-driven power games.

Nev has just joined the crew of the starship Kaitan Heritage as the cargo loader. His captain, Qole, is the youngest-ever person to command her own ship, but she brooks no argument from her crew of orphans, fugitives, and con men. Nev can’t resist her, even if her ship is an antique. 

As for Nev, he’s a prince, in hiding on the ship. He believes Qole holds the key to changing galactic civilization, and when her cooperation proves difficult to obtain, Nev resolves to get her to his home planet by any means necessary. 

But before they know it, a rival royal family is after Qole too, and they’re more interested in stealing her abilities than in keeping her alive. 

Nev’s mission to manipulate Qole becomes one to save her, and to survive, she’ll have to trust her would-be kidnapper. He may be royalty, but Qole is discovering a deep reservoir of power—and stars have mercy on whoever tries to hurt her ship or her crew. 

“Readers will want to join Qole's crew.”—Kirkus Reviews

“The world-building is excellent, with a convincingly unique source of cosmic energy that has the potential for extraordinary power. The writing is accomplished; the plot, though familiar, has good twists; and the pace is appropriately fast.”—School & Library Journal

Now on to the interview!

Hi AdriAnne and Michael! First I want to say welcome to Two Chicks on Books! SHADOW RUN was freaking awesome and am so happy that you could stop by for a visit!

For the readers: can you tell us a little bit about SHADOW RUN and the characters?

SHADOW RUN is about Qole, a seventeen year old starship captain who harvests a dangerous energy source called Shadow. Over the generations, her family has developed an affinity for the substance that Qole has inherited to the extrememeaning she can manipulate Shadow to grant her greater speed and strength, or to even blow things up. But this power comes at a cost.

The story is also about Nev, who’s just gotten hired onto Qole’s ship as a cargo loader though hes also a prince in disguise who thinks her Shadow affinity is the key to changing the galaxy. Unfortunately, the other royal families think so too. They want to get to her first, and they’re more interested in dissecting Qole than in keeping her alive. To protect Qole, Nev’s mission to manipulate her soon becomes one to save her in their death-defying race across the stars.

What about book 2? Is there a title yet?

YES. But we’re keeping it a secret, muahaha! Right now, you can call it: “Copyedits, AAAUUUGH!”

If you had to evacuate earth on a spaceship right now what is the one thing that you MUST take with you?

AdriAnne: My pug, Odin, if this “thing” can be alive. If not, I’d take my e-reader for maximum bookage.

Michael: Wow. Questions like this always make me panic. Why am I evacuating? Is it getting destroyed? I should try to preserve something of earth! Bring a grab bag of seeds, a la Mad Max? Or am I escaping an evil cabal bent on my destruction, never to return? In that case, I’m going to bring an iPod full of music. I hope they have USB chargers in space.

Were any of the characters in the book inspired by people from your real life?

AdriAnne: Qole was definitely inspired by several amazing female boat captains I’ve had the honor to get to know while fishing in Bristol Bay.

Michael: I don’t know any people in real life.

AdriAnne: *sighs*

Who was your favorite character to write? What about your least favorite?

AdriAnne: Other than Qole, of course, Basra was my favorite character to write, because, well, it’s Basra. And maybe I have a soft spot because I’m genderfluid. My least favorite, hmmm. I wasn’t as excited to write many of the royals other than Nev or Solara, because they were kind of stodgy. Good thing they were mostly in Michael’s chapters.

Michael: I CANNOT PICK FROM AMONGST THE CHILDREN. Telu. I mean, they are all awesome. Writing Basra on his home planet was supremely satisfying, and Qole and Nev are our main peeps, you know? But Telu is a hacker, and while I’m no hacker, we would both be nerding it up in the corner, no doubt. I don’t have a least favorite.

What is your favorite passage/scene in SHADOW RUN?

We share these. 

Non-spoilery answer: When we first describe the ruins of the portals that once connected this galaxy to all the rest. It made the world finally feel as big as it is. 

Slightly-spoilery: When Qole is in Dracorva, feeling out of sorts. There’s just nothing like making your character a fish out of water to get some really great reactions.

What kind of research did you have to do for the story?

AdriAnne: I mostly looked at loads of pictures, whether real-world architecture and period clothes, or sci-fi landscapes and ships. It was Michael’s job to delve into the tech-stuff more, so:

Michael: I did research into faster-than-light travel, ship gravity systems, stock markets, and so on. A huge portion of it never actually made it into the book, but it’s there, I swear! My favorite bit was to discover that magnets can be “programmed” to be attracted to one another, which comes into a play at a critical juncture. I’m sure I took wild liberties with it, but the base concept is true!

How was it writing SHADOW RUN together?

AdriAnne: It was so much fun, to be honest. I thought there would be more disagreement than there was, but instead, I marveled at how nice it was to have a partner -in-crime. So often writing is a solo venture, but we got to celebrate milestones, share complaints, and work through roadblocks by brainstorming together. It was a totally different experience from writing alone.

Michael: Super fun, for me. AdriAnne and I saw eye to eye on tone, major plot points, and character development. We would correct one another’s chapters as we traded off, but it was largely in the form of suggestions that, at least for me, always obviously made the chapter better. We did have a few disagreements, but we went into this knowing that some things we would cede to the other person. Most of the disagreements actually ended up resulting in a better book; the entire ending changed pretty dramatically because of one, and I love it.

Lightening Round Questions

What are you reading right now? Or what do you have on your TBR that you’re dying to read?

AdriAnne: I am reading everything. Stephanie Garber’s CARAVAL, James S.A. Corey’s Expanse series, Kevin Hearn’s Iron Druid series, Richard Kadrey’s Another Coop Heist series. I really want to read V.E. Schwab’s A CONJURING OF LIGHT, which I have waiting for me like a present. Spoil it and die.

Michael: Callie Bates’s THE WAKING LAND. 

What Hogwarts House would the Sorting Hat place you in?

AdriAnne: Slytherclaw, if it existed, but in the end I’m probably more Slytherin than 

Michael: I refuse to be sorted!

AdriAnne: *whispers* He’s totally a Hufflepuff.

What inspired you to write YA?

AdriAnne: I like the very in-the-moment voice, and the flexibility of the category.

Michael: Many of my favorite books are YA.

Twitter or Facebook?

AdriAnne: Twitter, for shizzle. Facebook is boring.

Michael: Facebook. I’m a writer. 140 characters is wrong.

Favorite Superhero?

AdriAnne: The entire crew of Guardians of the Galaxy. I can’t pick one. Maybe Groot. No, Gamora. No!

Michael: Nightwing.

Favorite TV show?

AdriAnne: Battlestar Galactica, the remake, but only because Michael will say Firefly and we shouldn’t just repeat each other.

Michael: Firefly.

Sweet or Salty?

AdriAnne: Is tangy an option?

Michael: Salty. Keeps me preserved.

Any Phobias?

AdriAnne: Trypophobia, for real. Even thinking about it makes my scalp crawl. (I was going to post a link for this for the people who don't know what it is but ewwww no! If you want to know do a google search lol-Jaime)

Michael: Work.

AdriAnne: *whispers* He’s actually a workaholic

Song you can’t get enough of right now?

AdriAnne: I’m addicted to The Black Keys, all songs, right now.

Michael: Bad Romance is still stuck in my head, and seems to be in no danger of ever leaving.

2017 Movie you’re most looking forward to?

AdriAnne: Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2, obviously.

Michael: Because Adri said Guardians of the Galaxy 2, I say Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets!

Thanks so much AdriAnne and Michael for answering my questions! I can’t wait for everyone to read SHADOW RUN and I can’t wait for book 2!

About Adrianne &Michael:
ADRIANNE STRICKLAND and MICHAEL MILLER met in their hometown of Palmer, Alaska, where they agreed on 99% of book taste and thus decided to write together. Adri spends her summers as a commercial fisherwoman in Bristol Bay, Alaska, and the rest of the year writing. Michael grew up off the grid in a homestead in Alaska and now works in IT and tech. This is their first book together. Visit them on Twitter, AdriAnne at @AdriAnneMS and Michael at @begemotike

Cover Reveal- UNDONE by Wendy Higgins

I am so excited that I get to help reveal the cover for UNDONE, book 3 in Wendy's New Adult Scifi series! I LOVED book 1 UNKNOWN! I loved it so much I beta read book 2 for Wendy and it was even better! 

And here's the cover!!!!!

Told from dual points of view, Undone is the upcoming finale for New York Times bestseller, Wendy Higgins’s, apocalyptic romance trilogy.

Best friends Remy Haines and Amber Tate are separated with no way to contact one another—no way to know if the other still lives. Remy and Jacob (Tater) Tate are taken as prisoners to the alien camp in Nevada, while Amber escapes to another hidden military bunker in Alaska with her crew of military friends.

Does Rylen make it to Alaska after his fighter jet is caught in the sight of two enemy jets?

Will Remy and Tater be able to fool the aliens into believing they’re allies, and possibly earn their trust enough to infiltrate? And how will Remy handle her feelings for Tater, especially when she earns the attention of a very important man at the camp?

Will humanity be saved?
Find out November 7, 2017 in Undone.    

Here's the info about the first 2 books in the series!

Author: Wendy Higgins
Pub. Date: August 16, 2016
Genre: Apocalyptic Sci-Fi NA Romance
Format: Paperback, eBook

Amber Tate believes the worst thing she’ll suffer in life is dealing with the unrequited love she feels for her brother’s best friend, Rylen Fite. She also believes war is something unfortunate that happens places far, far away from her rural Nevada town. She’s wrong on both counts.

When an unknown organization meticulously bombs major cities in the United States and across the globe, a trickle-down effect spreads to remaining towns at an alarming speed—everything from food and water sources to technological communications are compromised. Without leadership, the nation is split between paralysis and panic, but Amber isn’t one to hide or watch helplessly. She’s determined to put her nursing skills to use, despite the danger, even if it means working alongside the man she can never have. 

In this first installment of NY Times bestselling author, Wendy Higgins’s debut New Adult series, a frighteningly realistic apocalyptic America is brought to life, entwined with searing romantic tension that will leave you eager for more.

Title: UNREST (Unknown Trilogy Book 2)
Author: Wendy Higgins
Pub. Date: February 16, 2017
Genre: Apocalyptic Sci-Fi NA Romance
Format: Paperback, eBook

Being on the run in the desert means food and sanctuary are hard to come by, but Amber Tate and her crew are not about to give up. Not after having so many of the things they love brutally ripped from them by the unknown enemy who sent their world into an apocalypse.

Survival takes precedence, but once safe shelter is found, their guards fall and the emotions they’ve been holding in are finally released. Anger, insecurities...lust. Amber, Rylen, Tater, and Remy cannot escape it in their tight quarters. The past must be faced, and passions run even stronger in the darkest of times.

In the midst of unrest, their worlds are rocked again when the truth is made known about the war that’s ruined their lives. They thought finding out who the enemy was would give them the edge; instead it’s revealed terrifying dangers they never thought possible. 

Here's a note from Wendy. This is from the cover reveal for book 1 but I thought you all might want to read it! 

Learn about the origins of the story in this blog post: http://www.wendyhigginswrites.com/2016/02/diving-into-new-adult-world.html

Also if you haven't read UNKNOWN yet go to Wendy's wattpad to read a few chapters trust me after reading you'll want to buy the book!

I uploaded unedited chapters of UNKNOWN on my Wattpad account for people to preview! Here is the link to my Wattpad account: https://www.wattpad.com/user/WendyHigginsWrites

About Wendy Higgins:

Wendy Higgins is the USA Today and NYT bestselling author of the Sweet Evil series from HarperTeen and her independently published Irish fantasy, See Me. She is a former high school English teacher who now writes full time, and lives on the Eastern Shore of Virginia with her veterinarian husband, daughter, son, and doggie Rue. 

Wendy earned a bachelor's in Creative Writing from George Mason University and a master's in Curriculum and Instruction from Radford. Writing Young Adult (YA) stories gives her the opportunity to delve into the ambiguities of those pivotal, daunting, and exciting years before adulthood. 

Connect with the author:

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Thursday, March 16, 2017

Blog Tour- PROJECT EMERGENCE by Jamie Zakian An Excerpt & Giveaway!

Hey everyone! I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the blog tour for PROJECT EMERGENCE by Jamie Zakian! I have an excerpt to share with you today! And make sure to enter the giveaway below!

Haven't heard of PROJECT EMERGENCE? Check it out!

Author: Jamie Zakian
Pub. Date: March 14, 2017
Publisher: Month9Books
Format: Paperback, eBook
Pages: 292
An ancient Hopi myth says people arrived on tiny silver pods that fell from the sky. 

But the truth is far more terrifying. 

Two-hundred fifty-eight teens are sent from a dying Earth to a terraformed Mars as part of the Emergence Program, mankind’s last hope before solar flares finish off their planet and species. Among the brave pioneers are sixteen-year-old Joey Westen and her twin brother, Jesse.

After only minutes in space, something triggers a total ship lock down. 

With the help of their roommates, the Matsuda twins (notorious hackers and shady secret-keepers), Joey and Jesse stumble onto an extremist plot to sabotage the Emergence Program.

But Joey and Jesse didn’t travel to the deepest pits of space and leave their mother behind to be picked off in a high-tech tin can. They’ll lie, hack, and even kill to survive the voyage and make it to Mars.

Now on to the excerpt!

Joey bent over Rai’s shoulder to gaze at the screen. Her hair brushed his neck, and he squirmed. She tried to lean away, but the scent of his musky cologne drew her closer.
“You found them on video,” she said, glancing over at Rai. Her lips nearly brushed Rai’s cheek, but she didn’t move. She couldn’t move, not with his hand drifting toward her own.
Jesse nudged her leg, and then tugged the back of her shirt. “Rai’s got this thing about personal space.”
“Nah, it’s cool,” Rai said, waving Jesse off.
“You lost the camera feed,” Kami grumbled.
“What,” Rai said in more of a breath than a word. He looked at Kami, caught her fierce stare, and sat up straight. “Oh, right. Damn system keeps shutting me out.” He returned to the laptop, typing faster than before. “I divert power, sixty seconds later, jammed all over again. It’s getting tedious.”
Kami powered up her handheld, typing on its small screen. “Did anyone see where they went?”
Jesse walked around the desk, standing beside Kami. “They crawled into an access hatch beside the elevator.”
“There’s no cameras in there,” Rai said while flipping through video feeds. Joey remained glued to his side. He shifted in his chair every time her elbow rubbed against his arm, which she now did on purpose since it was so fun.
“It’s just a shaft with a ladder that runs between all decks.” Jesse plopped on the edge of his bed. “The elevators must be down too.”
“Yeah, they are.” Kami sat beside Jesse, her gaze fixed on her handheld. “I’ve zeroed in on the jamming frequency. I can send a signal out over the speakers, totally block it.”
“No, don’t,” Rai yelled.
“Why, what?” Kami tossed her hand up, glaring at Rai.
“I found something,” Rai muttered, without lifting his gaze from the monitor.
Joey squinted as she stared at the tiny box in the corner of the computer screen. “What is that?”

Jesse stepped beside Joey, took one look at the display, and let out a gasp.

About Jamie: (Insert Author Photo)
Jamie Zakian is a full-time writer who consumes the written word as equally as oxygen. Living in South Jersey with her husband and rowdy family, she enjoys farming, archery, and blazing new trails on her 4wd quad, when not writing of course. She aspires to one day write at least one novel in every genre of fiction.

Giveaway Details:

1 winner will receive a DVD of Passengers, US Only.

1 winner will win the complete FIRE IN THE WOODS eBook set, International.

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Tour Schedule:
Week 1:
3/13/2017- Reading for the Stars and MoonGuest Post
3/13/2017- Kaelan RhywiolReview

3/14/2017- Month9BooksExcerpt
3/14/2017- YA and WineInterview

3/15/2017- Kaitlin GillespieReview
3/15/2017- Don't Judge, ReadInterview

3/16/2017- The Math Lovin' MommaReview
3/16/2017- Two Chicks on BooksExcerpt

3/17/2017- Fix GalReview
3/17/2017- Book Review BeccaSpotlight

Week 2:
3/20/2017- Jennifer EatonGuest Post
3/20/2017- So Few BooksInterview

3/21/2017- Never Too Many To ReadReview
3/21/2017- Rockin' Book ReviewsExcerpt

3/22/2017- Omg Books and More BooksReview
3/22/2017- Wishful EndingsGuest Post

3/23/2017- Hall Ways Blog- Excerpt

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Blog Tour- TRAITOR TO THE THRONE by Alwyn Hamilton An Interview & Giveaway!

I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on blog tour for TRAITOR TO THE THRONE by Alwyn Hamilton! I LOVE this series so freaking much! I have an interview with Alwyn to share with you today! 

Haven't heard of TRAITOR TO THE THRONE? Check it out!
Title: TRAITOR TO THE THRONE(Rebel of the Sands #2)
Author: Alwyn Hamilton
Release Date: March 7, 2017
Publisher: Viking Books for Young Readers
Pages: 528
Formats: Hardcover, eBook, audiobook
Find it: Goodreads | Amazon | AudibleB&N | iBooks
The sizzling, un-put-downable sequel to the bestselling Rebel of the Sands!

Mere months ago, gunslinger Amani al'Hiza fled her dead-end hometown on the back of a mythical horse with the mysterious foreigner Jin, seeking only her own freedom. Now she's fighting to liberate the entire desert nation of Miraji from a bloodthirsty sultan who slew his own father to capture the throne. 

When Amani finds herself thrust into the epicenter of the regime—the Sultan's palace—she's determined to bring the tyrant down. Desperate to uncover the Sultan's secrets by spying on his court, she tries to forget that Jin disappeared just as she was getting closest to him, and that she's a prisoner of the enemy. But the longer she remains, the more she questions whether the Sultan is really the villain she's been told he is, and who’s the real traitor to her sun-bleached, magic-filled homeland.

Forget everything you thought you knew about Miraji, about the rebellion, about djinni and Jin and the Blue-Eyed Bandit. In Traitor to the Throne, the only certainty is that everything will change.

Now on to the interview!

Hey Alwyn!! First I want to say welcome to Two Chicks on Books I’m glad you could stop by for a chat! TRAITOR TO THE THRONE was freaking AWESOME and I can’t wait for everyone to read it!

Thanks so much! So so glad you enjoyed it!

For the readers: can you tell us a little bit about the events leading up to TRAITOR TO THE THRONE and the characters?

REBEL OF THE SANDS is about a young female sharpshooter named Amani going from being single-mindedly set on the goal of escaping her small town, to becoming part of something bigger than herself: A Rebellion lead by Prince Ahmed, who is intent on dethroning his cruel father. Also part of the rebellion is Prince Ahmed’s half brother Jin, the Rebel Prince’s brother, and Amani’s love interest. And Shazad, a general’s daughter, all around brainy badass, and Amani’s eventual BFF.

Also joining the cause are a handful of Demdji, the children of mortal women and immortal Djinn fathers, who are born with certain superpowers. The Twins, Izz and Maz who can shapeshift into animals, Imin who can shapeshift into other human bodies, and Hala and Delila who can summon illusions.

Amani discovers that she is also one of them and has the power to manipulate the desert sand.

Traitor to the Throne picks up about six months after the end of REBEL with Amani firmly ensconced in the Rebellion and starting to master her powers, just in time for the rug to get pulled out from under the rebels, and Amani to wind up captured by the enemy.

So do we have a title for book 3 yet?

No quiiiiite. Though I’d say it’s down to a few final contenders. I’m notoriously bad with titles though. The folder for all of the REBEL books is still called “Wild West Arabian Nights” which was the document name while I worked on it. So I don’t think I’ll be the one to come up with the one which is perfect.

Were any of the characters in the book inspired by people from your real life?

Not consciously I don’t think. Tragically I don’t know a Jin or Sam IRL. Though I did dedicate TRAITOR to my friend Rachel “Who always watches my back” which is a line from the book about the friendship between Shazad and Amani.

Who was your favorite character to write? What about your least favorite?

Hands down my favorite was Sam. He is a new character who appears about a 1/3rd of the way into the book. The best way to describe him is that he thinks he’s Cary Elwes as Wesley in the Princess Bride but he’s actually way more Cary Elwes as Robin Hood Men in tights.

I don’t really find I dislike writing anyone because if I did they probably wouldn’t survive very long. But Hala can be tricky, because she is so very negative and she keeps everything on lockdown. Sometimes I don’t even know if her snark is because she hates someone or just for the sake of it.

What is your favorite passage/scene in TRAITOR TO THE THRONE?

I really liked writing the dinner between Amani and the Sultan because on the surface it is a perfectly polite conversation, albeit with a pretty heavy political theme (and we all know it’s impolite to bring up politics at a dinner party). But it’s a defining moment for Amani where she seriously starts to doubt every belief that drives her actions, and there is a lot going on under the calm surface in the relationship between these two enemies.

What kind of research did you have to do for the story?

Most of my research this time around was about life in the Harems specifically because about half of the book is set there. I remember sending a text to a friend when I was in the middle of reading it basically summing up my findings as “it’s just like an 80’s High School, but with more infanticide.” Whichis maybe fairly reductive. But not inaccurate.

Who is your ultimate book boyfriend?

W.W Hale the Third from Ally Carter’s HEIST SOCIETY. Or maybe Arin from Marie Rutkoski’s THE WINNER’S CURSE. OrKash from Heidi Heiligs THE GIRL FROM EVERYWHERE. Do I have to pick just one?

What inspired you to write YA?

How much I loved reading it mainly. I took a brief detour through non YA after university before finding my way back to reading YA. And I realized that what I loved about YA that adult didn’t give me as much of was that it was all about characters becoming who they were going to be, and the big moments, the firsts, the life changing and defining moments that were going to make them who they were going to turn out to be. Whereas in adult I was getting a lot of flashbacks to those moments as backstory and explanation. And I just preferred to actually get to be on that path of self discovery with characters.

Lightening Round Questions

What are you reading right now? Or what do you have on your TBR that you’re dying to read?

I’m working my way through the Short Stories from Stephanie Perkins’ SUMMER DAYS, SUMMER NIGHTS, because it is cold and dark out.

I’m seriously excited to get to Truthwitch by Susan Dennard. I loved her SOMETHING STRANGE AND DEADLY series and I can’t believe I have not gotten to TRUTHWITCH yet!

What Hogwarts House would the Sorting Hat place you in?

Hufflepuff! (And proud)

Twitter or Facebook?

Twitter, 100%

Favorite Superhero?

Rorschach from Watchmen

Favorite TV show?

Obsessed with Netflix’s LOVESICK at the moment. Of all time, maybe Avatar The Last Airbender.

Sweet or Salty?

Salty. Give me Pretzels or give me Death.

Any Phobias?

Heights. Or actuallyfalling. Im fine with heights as long as Im entirely enclosed. Its as soon as there is an open gap, my whole body freezes up.

Also, I’m not great with small spaces.

And mice and bats freak me out.

Soyes, a lot of phobias.

Song you can’t get enough of right now?

“How Far I’ll go” sung by Auli’l Cravalho, from the Moana Soundtrack.

2017 Movie you’re most looking forward to?

Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi.

(With Guardians of the Galaxy and Beauty and The Beast tied in a slightly distant second place).

Thanks so much Alwyn for answering my questions! I can’t wait for everyone to read TRAITOR TO THE THRONE!

About Alwyn:
Alwyn Hamilton was born in Toronto and spent her childhood bouncing between Europe and Canada until her parents settled in France. She grew up in a small town there, which might have compelled her to burst randomly into the opening song from Beauty and the Beast were it not for her total tone-deafness. She instead attempted to read and write her way to new places and developed a weakness for fantasy and cross-dressing heroines. She left France for Cambridge University to study History of Art at King’s College, and then to London where she became indentured to an auction house. She has a bad habit of acquiring more hardcovers than is smart for someone who moves house quite so often.

Giveaway Details:

Enter for a chance to win one (1) grand prize set of Alwyn Hamilton’s books, including a paperback copy of Rebel of the Sands and a hardcover of Traitor to the Throne, or to win one (1) of five (5) paperback copies of Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton (ARV: $10.99 each).

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Enter between 12:00 AM Eastern Time on March 6, 2017 and 12:00 AM on March 27, 2017.  Open to residents of the fifty United States and the District of Columbia who are 13 and older. Winners will be selected at random on or about March 29, 2017. Odds of winning depend on number of eligible entries received. Void where prohibited or restricted by law.

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Tour Schedule:
 Week One:
3/6  The YA Book Traveler  Mood Board
3/7  Tales of the Ravenous Reader  Author Q&A
3/8  Love is Not a Triangle  Review
3/9  Mundie Moms  Review + Favorite Quotes
3/10  Butter My Books  Guest Post

Week Two:
3/13  Brittany’s Book Rambles  Guest Post
3/14  The Eater of Books!  Favorite Quotes
3/15  Two Chicks on Books  Author Q&A
3/16  Lost in Lit  Review
3/17  My Friends Are Fiction  Review

Week Three:
3/20  The Yong Folks  Author Q&A
3/21  The Book Addict’s Guide  Traitor Candle
3/22  Seeing Double in Neverland  Review
3/23  Bookworm Everlasting  Review
3/24  Fiction Fare  Guest Post 

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