Sunday, September 30, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday 9/30/12 #SixSunday #WIP #POSSESS

Happy Sunday, all! It's almost OCTOBER! YAY! 

For this Six Sentence Sunday installment, I've decided on a sneak peek from the prologue of one of my [many] WIP's. 
POSSESS is a  suspenseful New Adult mystery that takes place in my most favorite place on earth: beautiful, enchanting New Orleans. 


She had to will her legs to move toward him. She was determined not to listen to the primal, animalistic urge inside of her that demanded her to turn around and flee. She had to overcome the paralyzing fear that held her feet in place, cemented to the ground. 

He was the reason. 

He held the answer. 

She had no choice but to move forward, though the cost may be more than the reward. 

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday 9-23-12 #SixSunday #EVER

This week's Six Sentence Sunday brought to you by the NOW AVAILABLE (yes, yes, we had an early release!) EVER, Book One in The EVER Trilogy

Signed paperback copies are also available HERE

I felt the hair on the back of my neck stand on end, as if someone had run a cold finger up my spine. I shivered and turned around quickly.
A pale, ghostly woman stood off to the side, well out of the way of any foot traffic. She wore a long, flowing white dress that moved around her ankles as if the wind was blowing the light fabric. 
We were inside. 
There was no wind. 

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Hey there readers, Frankie here.

Hey guys and dolls, how's it going? 

Don't look so startled - I don't bite. 

My name's Frankie. And I'm just a regular guy. 
Well, except for the whole ghost thing, I guess. 

You’re probably wondering what I'm doing here. Well, it’s pretty simple actually. Something is coming for my best friend Ever - something I alone cannot protect her from. Regardless of how much I love her how hard I try. 

So I have to spread the word.

And I need your help to do it.

I've been a bystander for far too long, trapped in this ghostly shell for the past two years. I've decided it’s time to make myself known and set some things into motion. You may have seen me popping up on some of your favorite blogs or websites, and well, that's because I've hijacked Amazon, Curiosity Quills Press, and blogs all over the internet to make my move. 

You're probably wondering why, right? 

Well allow me to be a bit more specific. Something isn't just coming for Ever; her actual soul is in danger. So I've decided to stay silent no longer. Word needs to spread. People need to know. 

Evil lurks in the shadows.  

To give Ever more time to figure things out and try to protect herself from the trouble that awaits her, I'm upping the publication date of our story. 

 I'm sure you can understand. I mean, souls are on the line here. 

So, with that said, EVER IS NOW AVAILABLE. Yes, you read that right. NOW. I couldn't wait any longer, so I did what I had to do to protect that stubborn girl I love my best friend, Ever. 

I had to do it. Some things are too important to wait for, and Ever is one of those things for me.

Now as you’re spreading the word about this new development, take heed this one warning:

Evil lurks in the shadows. And not just any evil. 

It’s disguised as that slick talking, good-looking bastard, Toby James ... the new kid next door. 

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DON'T LET ME GO by Catherine Ryan Hyde - TOUR STOP!

Former Broadway dancer and current agoraphobic Billy Shine has not set foot outside his apartment in almost a decade. He has glimpsed his neighbors—beautiful manicurist Rayleen, lonely old Ms. Hinman, bigoted and angry Mr. Lafferty, kind-hearted Felipe, and 9-year-old Grace and her former addict mother Eileen. 

But most of them have never seen Billy. Not until Grace begins to sit outside on the building’s front stoop for hours every day, inches from Billy’s patio. Troubled by this change in the natural order, Billy makes it far enough out onto his porch to ask Grace why she doesn't sit inside where it’s safe. Her answer: “If I sit inside, then nobody will know I’m in trouble. And then nobody will help me.” 

Her answer changes everything. 

By the bestselling author of WHEN I FOUND YOU, SECOND HAND HEART, and PAY IT FORWARD, DON’T LET ME GO is the heart-breaking, funny, and life-affirming story of a building full of loners and misfits who come together to help a little girl survive—and thrive—against all odds.

My thoughts on DON'T LET ME GO: 

The blurb alone is enough to suck you in and pull on your heart strings. "If I sit inside, then nobody will know I'm in trouble." OMG. That right there broke my heart into tiny little pieces, and is the reason I signed up for this blog tour. 

Grace is easy to love and root for, and she's as strong as she is vulnerable, which makes her such a well-formed character. The cards she's been dealt are far from fair, but she remains good and hopeful throughout.  When she begins forming a friendship with Billy, we see in him what she sees. 

And what she sees is that Billy Shine is the character who shines in this story. I loved him instantly. His flaws and idiosyncrasies made him endearing and lovable. I wanted to know him and learn about him, and I wanted so badly to see him blossom throughout this story. I wanted him to grow and heal, and crawl away from his darkness and back into the light ... where he could no doubt shine once again. (Yes, yes, cheesy pun intended.) 

What's most amazing about this book is how much I felt while reading it. It is an endearing tale of love and drama, pain and healing. I highly suggest reading it if you like beautiful books that make your heart swell. 

Author Bio:

Catherine Ryan Hyde is the author of 18 published and forthcoming books.
Her newest releases are When You Were Older,  Don’t Let Me GoJumpstart the World , When I Found You and Second Hand Heart. Forthcoming is Walk Me Home (Transworld UK, Spring 2012).

Other newer novels are Becoming ChloeLove in the Present TenseThe Year of My Miraculous ReappearanceChasing Windmills The Day I Killed James, and Diary of a Witness.
Both Becoming Chloe and Jumpstart the World were included on the ALA’s Rainbow List.  Jumpstart the World was chosen as a finalist for two Lambda Literary Awards, received a third place Rainbow Award for Young Adult/Coming of Age Fiction and a tie for first place in Bisexual/Transgender Fiction. Love in the Present Tense enjoyed bestseller status in the UK, where it broke the top ten, spent five weeks on the national bestseller list, was reviewed on a major TV book club, and shortlisted for a Best Read of the Year Award at the British Book Awards.

Older works include the story collection Earthquake Weather, and the novels Funerals for HorsesPay it ForwardElectric God, and Walter’s Purple Heart.

Pay It Forward was adapted into a major motion picture starring Kevin Spacey and Helen Hunt, chosen by the American Library Association for its Best Books for Young Adults list, and translated into more than 23 languages for distribution in over 30 countries.  The mass market paperback was released in October 2000 by Pocket Books and quickly became a national bestseller.  It is still in print, and was rereleased in a trade paperback edition in April of 2010.

More than 50 of her short stories have been published in The Antioch Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, The Virginia Quarterly Review, Ploughshares, Glimmer Train, The Sun and many other journals, and in the anthologies Santa Barbara Stories  andCalifornia Shorts and the bestselling anthology Dog is my Co-Pilot. Her stories have been honored in the Raymond Carver Short Story Contest and the Tobias Wolff Award and nominated for Best American Short Stories, the O'Henry Award, and the Pushcart Prize.  Three have been cited in Best American Short Stories.

She is founder and former president (2000-2009) of the Pay It Forward Foundation. As a professional public speaker she has addressed the National Conference on Education, twice spoken at Cornell University, met with Americorps members at the White House and shared a dais with Bill Clinton.

Connect with Catherine!

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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Would you like a signed paperback copy of EVER?

Yes, you read that correctly! 

You can now PRE-ORDER your SIGNED print copies of EVER right here on my blog! 
Add EVER to your TBR on Goodreads! 

Since I will be drop-shipping these copies from my home, I do have to charge for shipping. 

Please fill out the information below and continue via Paypal to order!

Signed Print Copy of EVER $13.99 + $5.00 shipping in USA or CANADA. (If you are outside the US or CANADA, please send an email to emailjessarusso [at] gmail [dot] com, to order. Shipping fees will change accordingly.) 

CHOOSE the best option below:

Monday, September 17, 2012


Oh, haiiii, have you seen this cover!?!? Gorgeous! 

I just finished proofreading THE GATHERING DARKNESS, and felt compelled to write a little review. I'm not the best book reviewer ever, I know that. Usually I'm just gushing about a book I loved, or saying meh about a book I hated. (Well, that's not entirely true. If I hated it, I'll just keep quiet. I'm not in the business of breaking authors' hearts.) 

On that note, here's my disclaimer - regardless of what you may think about me reviewing a friend's book, or reviewing a book by another Curiosity Quills author - I want you to know that if I've read a book by someone I know and did not like it, I will NEVER write a review saying otherwise. So though people may think i am a biased reviewer, I can assure you I am not.

So, with that said ...

I LOVED this book. LOVED IT. 

I am thrilled to share a publishing house with Lisa Collicutt and can't wait to read more of her work. 

Congratulations on your upcoming 9/22 BOOK BIRTHDAY, Lisa!!! 

Lisa's Links: 

Here's my Goodreads review: 

I REALLY loved this book. I received the final draft to proofread, and half of me is worried that I was too engulfed in the book to catch mistakes. It was so good! I had the pleasure of reading this without having ANY idea what it was about - hadn't even read the blurb. This made for a very mysterious ride, and kept me guessing throughout. 

I haven't read many books about witchcraft or witches, but I loved - LOVED! - the take on witchcraft in THE GATHERING DARKNESS. 

Brooke was a girl with a past - not a bad past per se, and not one we really get a feel for, but I didn't mind not knowing all of her history. Lisa Collicut managed to make me feel for the character and connect with er, without bogging the book down with back story. I really liked Brooke - she was awkward in moments that would make teenaged girls awkward, and strong when it really counted. She seemed very realistic to me. 

Marcus - *swoon* - was a dark and brooding love interest, but not in a bad way. He was never rude to Brooke, or stand-offish like so many of our favorite YA bad-boys tend to be. I loved him instantly. 

I DEFINITELY recommend this book. You will not be sorry.


Six Sentence Sunday 9-16-12 #SixSunday

YIKES! I just realized I scheduled this post for the wrong day! THAT is where my mind has been lately. I have to set reminders for everything, and I mean EVERYTHING, and last week I even drove 20 miles out of the way to a doc appointment that was actually scheduled at the location 5 miles from my house. Yeah. that happened.

But hey, at least I remembered the doc appointment, right? I mean, I should get some points for that.

Anyway, here's yesterday's Six Sentence Sunday, another brief glimpse into EVER (which you can now pre-order! Yay!):

Option one: confront him. I imagined marching over there and screaming at him and making a scene, throwing my drink on her, possibly even . . . no, too dramatic. 
Option one was out. 
Option two: say hello and act like I didn't care that he was with someone else. I knew that would be incredibly painful and close to impossible. 
Or, option three—the easiest and most attractive option: run like hell in the other direction. 

Saturday, September 15, 2012

GHOSTS (and the girls who love them) #FlashFiction Blog-Hop!

In honor of my upcoming debut novel EVER, releasing October 1, 2012 via Curiosity Quills Press, I'd like to welcome you to the ...

GHOSTS (and the girls who love them!) 

The time has come! We've started the blog-hop and many of the entries are live!

Please read each entry by clicking on their links below. When you find your favorite (or favorites) vote for them by commenting underneath their blog post with a single word: 'VOTE'

ANONYMOUS votes will NOT count.

You can vote for as many entries as you'd like, but only ONE TIME PER ENTRY.

Please ask any questions below, and feel free to comment on the pieces if you feel so inclined. We flash fictioners love your feedback, but PLEASE keep it kind and classy!!

  • If you'd like to check out the official rules and schedule, click HERE

  • Late to the game, but want to participate? You can still enter! Just sign up in the linky below and get your flash piece posted! 

  • PARTICIPANTS: If you let me know you've completed your piece, I will tweet about it and help spread the word for each entry individually!



Jessa Russo {My Writing Blog}

Friday, September 14, 2012

SPACE HOLDER for contest entrant: Rebekah Postupak


This post will have a contest entry from someone who does not have a blog. Please disregard it in the mean time. 

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Currently ...

I saw this on Temre Beltz's blog today and loved the idea. I've been posting so much EVER-related stuff lately, I thought it would be a good time to do something a little more personal. (Though currently my life pretty much consists of all EVER all the time, so I may not be able to keep that out of this post entirely.) 

Anyway, here you go!

I am currently:

Loving . . . 

  • Friday Night Lights on Netflix. I'm torn between Riggins and Coach Taylor (my inner teen warring with my old exterior, I guess). I LOVE Connie Britton. She can do no wrong.

  • Coconut Creamer

  • The Black Keys
  • Messy Buns
  • Cut-off jean shorts 

Reading . . . 

YA Submissions for CQ! I'm LOVING reading submissions. Its the coolest thing ever, and such a dream job. I am growing as a reader, writer and editor with every manuscript I read. 

FADE by A.K. Morgen

DON'T LET ME GO by Catherine Ryan Hyde

Watching . . . 


Oh goodness, too many things to name. Which is funny because I don't feel like I watch that much TV. But when hubs and I are able to watch TV together in the evenings, we watch Friday Night Lights on Netflix (as mentioned above). We LOVE that show. I also try to stay up to date with SYTYCD and Big Brother. Now that the Fall lineup is back, you can guarantee I'll be Gleeking out shortly, and happily TVD-fangirl obsessing over Damon Salvatore. 

Ian Somerhalder? YES PLEASE. With a side of MORE IAN. 

Thinking About . . .

Well shoot, now I'm thinking about Ian Somerhalder. Duh! I'm also thinking about Fall and Halloween, and book reviews. Halloween is coming (not fast enough) and I can't wait! I also want Fall. Cider, pumpkin spiced everything, cooler weather. I'm ready. 

Anticipating . . . 

The official release of EVER on 10/1. I am so excited and so terrified. I'd say those two feelings are equally front and center in my mind. 

Wishing . . . 

I'm wishing I could return to New Orleans in October for our one year wedding anniversary. It's not going to happen, but its definitely a HUGE wish. 

SOOOOOOOOOOO, what is on YOUR "currently" list? Comment below, or post your own!


The Room Without Sunlight

“You’re dead,” says the young man’s ghost.
“You’re alive,” says the old man’s ghost.
     Evan wakes up, gasping. His eyes refuse to focus. The hard floor is nothing of home and shoves up against his ribs. He sits up, feeling as if there is a great weight on his chest, wringing the air and energy out of him.
“It’s about time you joined us. I thought you were just going to float forever.” A male voice, one he hasn’t heard before. Evan looks around, but sees no one. The sound seems to come from everywhere, yet nowhere. The room is bare; wood floors, no door, one open window. He has never been to this place. Evan stands, slow and careful.
“No need to look so alarmed. We are not here to harm you.” A different voice, creaking and dry like used tinder. Evan turns in a circle, his eyes wide, hands clenched, sees no one.
“Stop messing around. If you don’t leave now, you’ll be stuck in this little room for the rest of eternity.” The first voice, coming from behind him this time. Evan whips around and spots a young man, sullen and sharp, lounging in the far corner. It takes Even a moment to realize that the young man’s feet aren’t touching the ground, instead he floats several inches above the floor.
“Do not be a fool, he cannot be bound because he is still alive. Only the dead rest eternal.” The second voice, coming from the opposite corner. As Evan watches, an old man appears.
“So, you’re both… dead?” Evan asks, hesitant but too curious to stay silent. The young man sneers.
“We’re all dead here. You may not have remembered it yet, but you’re dead all the dame.” The young man stares in Evan’s eyes, as if trying to gauge his reaction. Evan shakes his head, steps back and back and back until he hits the wall. The old man sighs, like a breeze through stale leaves. 
“Do not take his words to heart. You live, just as you have always done. You are in this room because of a simple… misunderstanding.” The old man says, his words soft, echoing, as if come from a great distance.
“Yeah, yeah, I must be alive. I can feel my heart beating, I’m breathing.” Evan says, his conviction shallow. The young man laughs. It’s not a happy sound.
“You think that because your heart beats, that you’re alive? Because you’re breathing you must still have your vital spark? I can still feel my heart beat, I still breathe! But I am most certainly not alive!” The young man spits, furious. Evan jerks back, but has nowhere to go. He stares at the young man, a heavy sense of doubt, fear, settling in between the cracks of his bones. The old man shakes his head, smiling at Evan. Evan tries to smile back.
“Please, disregard his words. You are alive, you must know that you are alive. It is an undeniable fact. I know you feel the life within you.” The old man says, his faith tangible and ethereal as dust motes caught in the window’s light. Evan says nothing, his thoughts falling headlong in the echoes of his mind. Evan doesn’t feel alive, he doesn’t even know what alive would feel like. All Evan feels is fear. Fear that he died without noticing.
“Oh yeah. That’s a helpful argument. What does alive even feel like? Even before I died, I couldn’t have told you what alive feels like. Kid, you’re dead. You can’t remember how you got here, right? And you don’t know what day it is, or even the last thing that happened, do you?” The young man says, his lips twisting into a smirk. Evan swallows, unable to speak.
The fact is, Evan has no idea how he got here. The last thing he remembers is pulling an all-nighter, trying to finish his thesis. Or maybe… or maybe the last thing he remembers is Lila; Lila breaking it off with him because he couldn’t balance their relationship with his doctoral work. The element of time seems to have disappeared from his memories, leaving them tangled together in a code he has no cipher for. Evan closes his eyes.
“Memories are fragile, perilous things. Even for the living, they can become disordered. But think not of them, think of what brought you joy. Think of when your heart fluttered like a caged bird and your mind seemed lost in a surge of emotions too deep to understand. That is life. In death we may speak and breathe and move, but we do not feel such depth.” The old man says, his voice rising and falling like the tide. Evan takes a shuddering breath to stem his fear.
He can’t remember feeling like that. He knows he must have, he knows. But his memories are so twisted together that he can’t find the great moments, so lost are they in the small. He knows he must love Lila with a furious, consuming passion. He knows that his research has always sparked a flame in a his mind, in his heart; a flame the drove him through grueling hours and teaching uninterested freshman in overstuffed 101 classes. He knows, but he can’t remember. He can’t remember what it feels like.
“Don’t look so down. This must all be very stressful for you, I guess, but there is always one way to find out.” The young man says, with something akin to sympathy.
“What?” Evan asks. The young man jerks his head in the direction of the window.
“It’s a long way down, but if you’re dead it doesn’t matter.” The young man replies, smiling. Evan looks to the old man.
“That is life, uncertainty. In death, we gain perspective.” The old man says, not unkind. Evan tries to remember his headlong, out of control love for Lila and feels nothing. He walks to the window.   

FADE by A.K. Morgen TOUR STOP!

If you don't already know (where have you been hiding?) A.K. Morgen's debut novel was just released on September 7th, via my personal FAVORITE publishing company: Curiosity Quills Press

What do you do when you realize nothing in your life is what you’ve believed it to be?

When Arionna Jacobs loses her mother in a tragic accident, her world is turned upside down. She’s forced to leave her old life behind and move in with her father. Dace Matthews, a teaching assistant at her new college, is torn in two, unable to communicate with the feral wolf caged inside him.

When they meet, everything they thought they knew about life unravels. Dace has intimate access to Arionna’s mind, and something deep within her fights to rise to the surface. They don't understand what's happening to them or why, and they're running out of time to sort out the strange occurrences around them.

Their meeting sets an ancient Norse prophesy of destruction in motion, and what destiny has in store for them is bigger than either could have ever imagined. Unless they learn to trust themselves and one another, they may never resolve the mystery surrounding who they are to one another, and what that means for the world.

I have the honor of hosting Ayden and FADE on my blog today, so I wanted to ask her some questions. If you follow my blog at all, you may recognize some of these as my "Getting to know the Judges" questions from my brief Flash Factory Friday flash fiction contests. They're just such great questions, so I had to use them! 

FADE releases September 7th - Please tell us something unknown about it. (Something we can't figure out by reading the blurb.)

In addition to the various myths and supernatural creatures that play a role in the novel, Fade will introduce you to a pack of gray wolves that have their own starring role in Arionna and Dace's journey. Doing the research and writing their parts of the novel was such a fun experience, and I think I'm actually more excited about everyone getting to meet the wolves than I am about anything else.

How long have you been writing?

I started writing in the first grade, and have written on and off ever since. I started writing seriously almost six years ago.

Tell us about your writing style. Are you a plotter/outliner, or do you fly by the seat of your pants?

I used to jot down a general outline, and let the story take me where it would. These days, my outlines are a lot more fleshed out by necessity. I'm still not in love with the process, but having the outline in front of me really does help keep me on track.

What is one piece of advice you would give new writers?

Learn to embrace constructive criticism and let go of negativity or you will never survive as a writer. Everyone has an opinion, but not everyone knows how to go about putting those opinions out there in a diplomatic or constructive manner. If you take the abrasive reviews personally, you're going to spend a lot more time questioning yourself and your worth as a writer than actual writing. Instead, learn to appreciate the help that can come from constructive reviews or criticism, and let go of those that offer nothing but frustration. Don't argue with the reviewer. Don't attack him or her. Don't get defensive and feel you must explain exactly why he or she is wrong. Simply say thank you, and move on. You will thank yourself for it later.  

If you could save the life of any one fictional character who would it be and why?

I'd save Tristan from Tristan und Isolde. To me, their story is so much more beautiful than that of Romeo and Juliet, and a much better representative of an amazing love story that ends in tragedy. In one of the earliest versions of Tristan and Isolde's story, Tristan dies of poison before Isolde is able to get to him, told by her namesake that his lover has forsaken him. Wagner's opera and the more recent Tristan and Isolde movie are no less tragic, with Tristan dying upon his reunion with Isolde. No matter how many times I hear the story or see it unfold, I always hope the ending miraculously changes and they're able to be together for once! It never happens that way, of course, and my husband has to spend the next hour consoling me while I sob my heart out over the injustice of it all. He's actually banished me from reading or watching any version of the story without supervision. It's ridiculous.   

Is there one book from your childhood that sticks out more than the others? Why?

There are three, actually. One of the first books I remember reading (or being read) is The Iliad. It was a childish version of the story, of course, but it captivated me from the very beginning and bred my love of both mythology and history.

The second is The Lorax by Dr Seuss. I remember being amazed at the stark imagery of the book, and the sense of responsibility and obligation it left. I loved Dr. Seuss before reading that book, but The Lorax elevated him to hero status for me. I now make a point of ensuring that the first books the kids in my life receive are Dr. Seuss books.

The third is Go Ask Alice. I read the book in the fifth grade, and could not imagine being in the position of the narrator, or enduring such a brutal life in the name of addiction. That book made me decide very early on that no high was worth losing everything.

What is your favorite thing to write about in your manuscripts? Fight scenes? Love scenes? Dialogue? Etc. Why?

My favorite thing to write is the internal dialogue and thought processes of a character. I've always been fascinated by psychology and what makes a person tick. My undergrad degree was actually in psychology, so getting to delve into the minds of my characters and figure out their motivations and how things work and fit together in their minds is always so much fun.

What has been your biggest regret in your writing journey thus far?

My biggest regret is that I spent so much time "off". I think I would have learned so much more had I kept at writing continuously instead of getting frustrated and shelving stories left and right throughout my late teens and early twenties.

My other big regret is not discovering the auto-save feature in Word until last year. Do you have any idea how many chapters I've lost?! A little piece of me wails in shock and horror every time I think about all those hours of work felled by that dreaded blue screen error.  

Thanks so much, Jessa! 

No, thank YOU, Ayden! It's been a pleasure having you over! ;-) 

And now, you guys can cyber-stalk Ayden! YAY! 
Ayden's Website

And of course, most importantly, don't forget to add FADE to your TBR list on Goodreads and grab a copy for yourself today! 

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

10 EVER e-ARCs up for grabs!

Hey YA Bloggers and Reviewers! 

Looking for a ghostly paranormal romance to read? 

Would you like to review EVER? 

Seventeen-year-old Ever’s love life has been on hold for the past two years. She’s secretly in love with her best friend Frankie, and he’s completely oblivious.

Of course, it doesn't help that he’s dead, and waking up to his ghost every day has made moving on nearly impossible.

Frustrated and desperate for something real, Ever finds herself falling for her hot new neighbor Toby. His relaxed confidence is irresistible, and not just Ever knows it. But falling for Toby comes with a price that throws Ever’s life into a whirlwind of chaos and drama. More than hearts are on the line, and more than Ever will suffer.

Some girls lose their hearts to love.

Some girls lose their minds.

Ever Van Ruysdael could lose her soul.

All I need from you is your name, blog address, email address (so I can send the ARC) and a commitment to post your review on your blog sometime between now and October 15, 2012.  The first 10 qualified commenters will receive an e-ARC of my debut novel, EVER! 

If you're interested, please leave the requested information in the comments below! 

Thank you! <3

PS. Please add EVER to your TBR list on GoodReads! :-)

ANNOUNCING the EVER Blog Tour Schedule!

The EVER book tour will be coming soon to a blog near YOU!

Check the schedule below and follow along for exclusive giveaways, character and author interviews, and much, much more! 

  • 10/15/2012 Susan @ Lovez2Read

  • 10/19/2012 Bella @ Paranormal Book Club

  • 10/26/2012 Talynn @ Ink in the Book

  • 11/12/2012 Tammy @ Love YA Books Forever

  • 11/15/2012 Ashley @ Firestar Books