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Tour Schedule: LETTING GO OF GRAVITY by Meg Leder


Hey everyone! We are super excited to announce the schedule for the LETTING GO OF GRAVITY Blog Tour which begins on Monday, July 23rd!

The tour runs from July 23rd- 27th & July 30th-August 3rd weekdays only, will have one stop per day, and will consist of reviews, excerpts, interviews, & guest posts!

There is also a tour-wide giveaway for 3 finished copies of the book, US Only. So be sure to stop by any or all of the stops for a chance to win.

But until then, here are your hosts.

The Tour Hosts

Week One

7/23/2018- A Dream Within A DreamExcerpt
7/24/2018- Here's to Happy EndingsReview
7/25/2018- The Pages In-BetweenReview
7/26/2018- 100 Pages A DayReview
7/27/2018- Never Too Many To ReadReview

Week Two

7/30/2018- Book Princess ReviewsReview
7/31/2018- Nicole's Novel ReadsInterview
8/1/2018- The Reading Corner for AllReview
8/2/2018- Do You Dog-ear?Review
8/3/2018- BookHounds YAInterview

About the Book


Title: LETTING GO OF GRAVITY
Author: Meg Leder
Pub. Date: July 17, 2018
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Formats: Hardcover, eBook
Pages: 432
Find it: GoodreadsAmazonB&NiBooksTBD
Twins Parker and Charlie are polar opposites.

Where Charlie is fearless, Parker is careful.

Charlie is confident while Parker aims to please.

Charlie is outgoing and outspoken; Parker is introverted and reserved.

And of course, there’s the one other major difference: Charlie got leukemia. Parker didn’t.

But now that Charlie is officially in remission, life couldn’t be going better for Parker. She’s landed a prestigious summer internship at the hospital and is headed to Harvard in the fall to study pediatric oncology—which is why the anxiety she’s felt since her Harvard acceptance is so unsettling. And it doesn’t help that her relationship with Charlie has been on the rocks since his diagnosis.

Enter Finn, a boy who’s been leaving strange graffiti messages all over town. Parker can’t stop thinking about those messages, or about Finn, who makes her feel free for the first time: free to doubt, free to make mistakes, and free to confront the truth that Parker has been hiding from for a long time.

That she keeps trying to save Charlie, when the person who really needs saving is herself.

A gorgeous, sad, funny, and wise book about letting go and finding your place in the world. Meg Leder has written a story about a brother and sister that will break your heart and have you whispering 'I got you' long after you've closed the book." –Kathleen Glasgow, New York Times bestselling author of Girl in Pieces



“For readers who love and appreciate a good coming-of-age story, a realistic romance, and a novel where every character gets to be a hero.” –Kirkus



“A poignant and carefully crafted story….  A compelling coming-of-age novel sure to appeal to those who love realistic fiction.” –School Library Journal



“Effectively shows how illness affects families and how a person can get stuck acting out a persona and end up knowing very little about herself.” –Publishers Weekly


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