Tour Announcement: ESME'S WISH by Elizabeth Foster

Jaime Arnold | 2:16 PM | | | | | |

Hey everyone! We are super excited to announce a tour we're hosting for a YA Fantasy (no romance) ESME'S WISH by Elizabeth Foster which released on October 30, 2017!

The tour will run for two weeks - from May 21st-25th & May 28th-June 1st will have two stops per day and will consist of a mix of reviews, spotlights, and excerpts.

Review copies (eGalleys only) will be provided by the author.

Details on a giveaway are TK.

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 open until May 11th Noon PST***

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

Please note: Signing up for the tour does not guarantee you will be selected. We will reach out to all hosts that have been chosen once the sign-ups have closed.

We are totally stoked for the tour for ESME'S WISH this May! We can't wait for everyone to read it!

About the Book


Title: ESME'S WISH
Author: Elizabeth Foster
Pub. Date: October 30, 2017
Publisher: Odyssey Books
Formats: Paperback, eBook
Pages:252
Find it: Goodreads, Amazon, B&N, iBooksTBD
“A fresh new fantasy of an enchanting world.” - Wendy Orr, author of Nim’s Island and Dragonfly Song.

When fifteen-year-old Esme Silver objects at her father’s wedding, her protest is dismissed as the action of a stubborn, selfish teenager. Everyone else has accepted the loss of Esme’s mother, Ariane – so why can’t she?

But Esme is suspicious. She is sure that others are covering up the real reason for her mother’s disappearance – that ‘lost at sea’ is code for something more terrible, something she has a right to know.

After Esme is accidentally swept into the enchanted world of Aeolia, the truth begins to unfold. With her newfound friends, Daniel and Lillian, Esme retraces her mother’s steps in the glittering canal city of Esperance, untangling the threads of Ariane’s double life. But the more Esme discovers about her mother, the more she questions whether she really knew her at all. 

This fresh, inventive tale is an ideal read for younger teens.

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