Tour Schedule: WORDS WE DON'T SAY by K.J. Reilly

Hey everyone! We are super excited to announce the schedule for the WORDS WE DON'T SAY by K.J. Reilly Blog Tour which begins on Monday, October 8th!

The tour runs from October 8th-November 9th weekdays only, will have one stop per day, and will consist of reviews & excerpts!

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

10/8/2018- BookHounds YAExcerpt
10/9/2018- Utopia State of MindReview
10/10/2018- Here's to Happy EndingsReview
10/11/2018- AbellafairytaleReview
10/12/2018- Do You Dog-ear?Review

Week Two

10/15/2018- YA Books CentralExcerpt
10/16/2018- The Pages In-BetweenReview
10/17/2018- A Dream Within A DreamExcerpt
10/18/2018- Book-KeepingReview
10/19/2018- Beware Of The ReaderReview

Week Three

10/22/2018- Rainy Day ReviewsExcerpt
10/23/2018- Moonlight RendezvousReview
10/24/2018- The Cover ContessaReview
10/25/2018- Jena Brown WritesReview
10/26/2018- A Fictional BookwormReview

Week Four

10/29/2018- PopTheButterfly ReadsReview
10/30/2018- Cindy's Love of BooksReview
10/31/2018- The Desert BibliophileReview
11/1/2018- Trendy Simple LifeReview
11/2/2018- Patriotic BookaholicReview

Week Five

11/5/2018- Coffee, Books and CakesReview
11/6/2018- Savings in SecondsReview
11/7/2018- Novel NoviceExcerpt
11/8/2018- For the Love of KidLitSpotlight
11/9/2018- Two points of interestReview

About the Book

Author: K.J. Reilly
Pub. Date: October 2, 2018
Publisher: Disney-Hyperion
Formats: Hardcover, eBook
Pages: 288
Find it: GoodreadsAmazonB&NiBooksTBD
Joel Higgins has 901 unsent text messages saved on his phone.

Ever since the thing that happened, there are certain people he hasn't been able to talk to in person. Sure, he shows up at school, does his mandatory volunteer hours at the soup kitchen, and spends pretty much every moment thinking about Eli, the most amazing girl in the world. But that doesn't mean he's keeping it together, or even that he has any friends.

So instead of hanging out with people in real life, he drafts text messages. But he never presses send.

As dismal as sophomore year was for Joel, he doesn't see how junior year will be any better. For starters, Eli doesn't know how he feels about her, his best friend Andy's gone, and he basically bombed the SATs. But as Joel spends more time at the soup kitchen with Eli and Benj, the new kid whose mouth seems to be unconnected to his brain, he forms bonds with the people they serve there-including a veteran they call Rooster-and begins to understand that the world is bigger than his own pain.

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