Hey everyone! We are super excited to announce a Release Day Blitz that we're hosting for Diana Gallagher's LESSONS IN FALLING, which releases on February 7, 2017.
The blitz is scheduled for its release date, Tuesday, February 7th and can go up at Midnight Eastern or any time after that on release day, and we'd love to have you take part! There is also a special part to this blitz! You can just post the assets we send but if you add in a "Lessons Learned" part to your Blitz posts you can be entered into a special giveaway for an annotated copy of the ARC!
From the author:
"Want to share your own Lessons Learned?? It's easy! Tell us about a time in your life when you persevered, despite a bad situation, and what lessons you learned from that situation. Share it however you like - on your blog, your social media, wherever! Submit your link to the Rafflecopter during the blitz and share the giveaway with your friends to win an annotated ARC!"
If you'd love to participate but won't be able to get your post up by Midnight Eastern on Tuesday the 7th, posting later that day or the following day will be absolutely fine!
You do NOT need to be signed up as a host with Rockstar Book Tours to participate. EVERYONE is welcome to sign up.
The sign-up for the blitz will be super simple. We will provide the excerpt, cover, the blurb, buy and Goodreads links, Rafflecopter code, author details and links, and any other information for the post in a Word document.
And for those who don't want to do more than "tweak" their posts, we will provide a coded post for Blogger blogs that you can just add your own formatting to.
We will send everything you need for your posts by, February 5th. But if you do sign up after the 5th we'll send you the details out on the 6th.
***Sign-ups will be open until January 6th at noon PST***
About the Book
Author: Diana Gallagher
Pub. Date: February 7, 2017
Publisher: Spencer Hill Press
Formats: Paperback, eBook
When Savannah Gregory blows out her knee - and her shot at a gymnastics scholarship - she decides she's done with the sport forever. Without gymnastics, she has more time for her best friend, Cassie. She's content to let her fun, impulsive best friend plan a memorable senior year.
That is, until Cassie tries to kill herself.
Savannah wants to understand what happened, but Cassie refuses to talk about it and for the first time, Savannah has to find her own way. The only person she can turn to is Marcos, the boy who saved Cassie's life. Being with him makes her see who she could be and what she really wants: gymnastics.
But Cassie doesn't approve of Marcos or of Savannah going back to gymnastics, and the tighter she tries to hold on to Savannah, the farther it pulls them apart. Without Cassie to call the shots, Savannah discovers how capable she is on her own - and that maybe her best friend's been holding her back all along.