Tour Schedule: RELATIVITY Blog Tour

Hey everyone! We are super excited to announce the hosts and schedule for the RELATIVITY Blog Tour!

The tour runs for two weeks - September 9th - 13th and September 16th - 20th. There are thirteen stops on this tour that consists of reviews, guest posts and interviews.

The tour will also have a giveaway or two. But details on that are still TBD. So be sure to stop by the tour this September to find out more.

And now for the hosts....

The Tour Hosts

Week One

Sept. 9th - Seeing Night Reviews - Guest Post + Review
Sept. 10th - Two Chicks on Books - Guest Post
Sept. 11th - Parajunkee - Interview
Sept. 11th - Working for the Mandroid - Review
Sept. 12th - Fic Fare - Interview
Sept. 13th - The Bookshelf Sophisticate - Guest Post

Week Two

Sept. 16th - Fiktshun - Guest Post
Sept. 17th - Imaginary Reads - Interview
Sept. 18th - Magical Urban Fantasy Reads - Interview
Sept. 18th - Icey Books - Interview
Sept. 19th - The Book Monsters - Interview
Sept. 20th - Readers In Wonderland - Review
Sept. 20th - [B.O.O.K.L.I.F.E.] - Interview

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The Book on Tour

We cannot wait for this tour to begin next month as we are both so unbelievably excited for RELATIVITY's release. This book sounds amazing and we cannot wait to meet Ruby Wright!

About the Book Title: RELATIVITY
Author: Cristin Bishara
Pub. Date: September 10, 2013
Publisher: Walker Children's
Pages: 288
Find it: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Goodreads
If Ruby Wright could have her way, her dad would never have met and married her stepmother Willow, her best friend George would be more than a friend, and her mom would still be alive. Ruby knows wishes can't come true; some things just can't be undone. Then she discovers a tree in the middle of an Ohio cornfield with a wormhole to nine alternative realities.

Suddenly, Ruby can access completely different realities, each containing variations of her life—if things had gone differently at key moments. The windshield wiper missing her mother’s throat…her big brother surviving his ill-fated birth…her father never having met Willow. Her ideal world—one with everything and everyone she wants most—could be within reach. But is there such a thing as a perfect world? What is Ruby willing to give up to find out?

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