Tour Announcement: Letters to Nowhere by Julie Cross

Hey everyone! We are super excited to announce the tour for LETTERS TO NOWHERE by Julie Cross which is releasing on August 1st.

This is a mature YA contemporary title about love, grief and the world of Elite Gymnastics.

The tour will run for just under two weeks - September 3rd-6th and September 9th-13th. There will be one or two stops per day and the tour will consist of reviews, guest posts and interviews.

The bloggers who are chosen as hosts for a guest post stop can either choose to have the author pick a guest post topic or choose their own. As this book is about the world of gymnastics, we're looking to have some unconventional/creative topics that relate to the subject and the book in addition to the normal ones.

If an interview is requested, bloggers will be required to come up with interview questions.

eARCs will be made available to any tour host selected for the tour who would like to read the book, not just for review stops.

There will also be an awesome giveaway on this tour via a shared Rafflecopter. Details on that to come.

If you'd like to be considered to be a stop on this tour, please first sign up as a tour host and then fill out the sign-up form HERE. Sign-ups are CLOSED.

***Sign-ups will be open until July 15th.***

Once the blog hosts have been chosen and the tour schedule finalized we will have a post announcing the tour.

Julie Cross' LETTERS TO NOWHERE sounds incredible and refreshingly different and we are super excited for its release!

About the Book

Author: Julie Cross
Pub. Date: August 1, 2013
Publisher: Self-published
Pages: 360
Find it: Goodreads
From the International Bestselling Author of the Tempest series

A Mature YA contemporary set in the tough world of Elite Gymnastics. Grief, love and pursuing dreams are at the forefront of this emotionally powerful coming-of-age story.

Seventeen year old Karen Campbell has just lost both her parents in a tragic car accident. Grief stricken and alone, her gymnastics coach opens his home to Karen, providing her a place to live while she continues to train, working toward a spot on the world championship team.

Coach Bentley’s only child, seventeen year old Jordan is good-looking and charming enough to scare away a girl like Karen—someone who has spent ten times more hours on balance beams and uneven bars than talking or even thinking about boys. But the two teens share a special connection almost immediately. It turns out Jordan has a tragic past of his own, grief buried for years.

As Karen’s gymnastics career soars, her nightmares and visions of the horrible accident grow in strength. She can only avoid facing her grief for so long before it begins to surface and ultimately spin out of control in a very dangerous way. Can discovering love and lust (simultaneously) help with the grieving process or will it only provide a temporary distraction while waiting for reality to hit full force.

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