Hey everyone! We are super excited to announce a Blog Tour we're hosting for a YA Contemporary book, WHO PUT THIS SONG ON? by Morgan Parker which releases on September 24, 2019!
The tour will run for five weeks - from September 2nd-30th will have one stop per day and will consist of a mix of reviews, excerpts, & spotlights.
Review copies will be provided by the publisher.
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 August 28th 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 WHO PUT THIS SONG ON? this September! We can't wait for everyone to read it!
About the Book
Author: Morgan Parker
Pub. Date: September 24, 2018
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Formats: Hardcover, eBook, Audiobook
In the vein of powerful reads like The Hate U Give and Girl in Pieces, comes poet Morgan Parker's pitch-perfect novel about a black teenage girl searching for her identity when the world around her views her depression as a lack of faith and blackness as something to be politely ignored.
Trapped in sunny, stifling, small-town suburbia, seventeen-year-old Morgan knows why she's in therapy. She can't count the number of times she's been the only non-white person at the sleepover, been teased for her "weird" outfits, and been told she's not "really" black. Also, she's spent most of her summer crying in bed. So there's that, too.
Lately, it feels like the whole world is listening to the same terrible track on repeat--and it's telling them how to feel, who to vote for, what to believe. Morgan wonders, when can she turn this song off and begin living for herself?
Life may be a never-ending hamster wheel of agony, but Morgan finds her crew of fellow outcasts, blasts music like there's no tomorrow, discovers what being black means to her, and finally puts her mental health first. She decides that, no matter what, she will always be intense, ridiculous, passionate, and sometimes hilarious. After all, darkness doesn't have to be a bad thing. Darkness is just real.
Loosely based on her own teenage life and diaries, this incredible debut by award-winning poet Morgan Parker will make readers stand up and cheer for a girl brave enough to live life on her own terms--and for themselves.