EARLY JANUARY Events- Tours From Random House, A Book For Tiny Pretty Things Fans, & USA Today Bestselling Authors!

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Hey everyone! We are super excited to announce the Early January Blog Tours we're hosting and a cover reveal blitz! We have a mix of Adult, & Kidlit books. The genres are a mix of Contemporary, Paranormal Romance, Sci-Fi, & Fantasy! 

PLEASE NOTE BECAUSE OF COVID-19- Some of these tours are eBook only for review copies BUT, we do have a lot that will have physical copies!!! It'll say below each book whether there will be physical copies or not.



Check below for specifics on each tour and click on the book covers for the Goodreads links and book info.

Details on a giveaway are TK.

If you'd like to be considered to be a stop on any of these tours, please first sign up as a tour host and fill out the form below.

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 all of these tours this Early January! We can't wait for everyone to read them!

About the Books! 

Click on the covers to add the books to your Goodreads lists!

This Eva Delaney & Vivi Clarke tour runs from December 28th-January 1st & January 4th-8th, will have one stops a day on Blogs and one on Instagram and consist of reviews, excerpts, & spotlights. eBooks only available for the first 3 books in the series.

About The Series:

Pilot, smuggler, badass—these are what I know . . . until I end up trapped in an itty bitty space ship with five maddeningly tempting men who want to break down all my walls.

Just when I need all my wits about me to fight deadly old enemies and save the galaxy, my heart is playing hooky.

For lovers of Firefly and Star Wars, this romantic space opera series has it all: gripping space battles, steamy romance, and a strong heroine who doesn’t need to choose.

This series will include six full length novels.

This Adalyn Caine Cover Reveal runs on December 29th. Assets (HTML Post included) will go out December 27th via email and on December 28th via MailChimp newsletter if you prefer to receive the assets that way.

About The Book:

Fresh out of college and on the cusp of a promising career in New York City, Sela Monroe falls hard for Theo Walker when they meet in the park. He’s beautiful. He’s brilliant. He’s a go-getter. He’s everything she’s ever wanted. Sela would do anything for Theo. When he calls, she always answers. When he asks her to come over, she’s there in a matter of minutes. No time is ever too late. No request is ever too inconvenient.  

There’s only one problem with Sela’s relationship with Theo: he doesn’t love her back. Though Sela’s best friend, Annie, has been pleading with her to move on from Theo for months, citing his manipulative behavior and the hold he seems to have over sensitive Sela, when it finally hits Sela that her feelings aren’t reciprocated, it’s too much. 

After an emotional breakdown that leaves Sela in the hospital, she struggles to cope with her emotions. She has never felt more lost or hopeless or used. Only when she begins the healing process does she realize that genuine love does exist and that sometimes in places where you least expect it. 

This Adam Wing  tour runs from January 4th-8th & 11th-15th, will have one or two stops a day on Blogs and Instagram and consist of reviews, interviews, pre-made guest posts, excerpts, & spotlights. eBooks only.

About The Book:

The story is over. It’s already too late.

At the end of the Turkish War of Independence, a British soldier disobeys orders to return home. Setting out to explore a country he had only known as trespasser, he uncovers danger, mysteries, and magic—adventure, obsession, and true love.

One hundred years later, the soldier’s great-granddaughter sits at her great-grandmother’s deathbed while the old woman recounts this very tale; it is the last she will ever tell.

Secrets are revealed as past and present collide, and as one woman’s future draws toward its inevitable close, another finds hers thrown into uncertainty. 

This Foreword Publicity tour runs from January 4th-8th, will have one or two stops a day on a Blog or Instagram and consist of reviews, interviews, guest posts, excerpts, & spotlights. Only eBooks available.

About The Book:

Do you want to know a secret?

Beneath the very ground on which you walk and beyond the stars above your head, are more worlds than you could ever dream of. There are monsters. Be afraid. Magic, wielded by witches and sorcerers. Epic adventures in worlds far across the ocean. And fearsome weapons which threaten to destroy everything.

Jimmy Crikey is a brave soul who faces some pretty scary challenges. Solving mysteries and averting mayhem, his incredible courage allows him to free up his abilities to shine and rise above every challenge in his path, on his way to discovering why he looks so very strange.

With a bright red mop of unruly hair, big blue eyes, a small snub nose, pointed ears and enormous feet, poor Jimmy is ridiculed by the neighbourhood children and runs away in search of a world where he fits in. Following a midnight flight through the forest, he stumbles into a lost, underground world called Roombelow and magic, adventure, danger and excitement await.

From the little lady who lives at the bottom of a well, a starship that wants to take him home, trolls, little people, traders and diamonite stealers to water sprites, witches, helpful dolphins, and interplanetary warfare, Jimmy learns the biggest lessons of his life.

This Classical Girl Press tour runs from  January 4th-29th, will have one stop a day on a Blog and Instagram and consist of reviews, interviews, pre-made guest posts, excerpts, & spotlights. Very Limited Physical Copies available & ebooks. If you've read or watched Tiny Pretty Things you'll love this one! 

About The Book:

It's 1990, and New York soloist April Manning is trying to rebalance her world in the aftermath of her parents’ deaths. An offer to join the struggling West Coast Ballet Theatre as a principal dancer seems like the perfect opportunity for a fresh start—a new life in San Francisco, an exciting step up in her career, and the hope of a redefined sense of family. But the other dancers are wary, clannish and tight-lipped, particularly about an incident that hastened the departure of their beloved artistic director, leading to the arrival of his replacement, the young, inexperienced Anders Gunst. And no one wants to talk about Jana, a former company member who defiantly walked out rather than work under Anders. It is Jana herself who offers April hints, and even friendship, where she reveals a loneliness and hunger to belong that newly orphaned April well understands. But there is something troubling about Jana, and what April doesn’t know could prove deadly.

A prequel to the Ballet Theatre Chronicles, BALLET ORPHANS explores the work and sacrifices required to arrive at the highest tiers of the professional ballet world, coupled with the primal, universal desire to belong, to love and be loved, and the lengths we’ll go to protect those we call family.

“A stimulating and entertaining tale in which passion and art intermingle.” — Kirkus Reviews

“Terez Mertes Rose makes dancers of us all. She ushers us behind the scenes of the gritty and glamorous world of ballet and captivates us with a story that is ultimately about universal themes of loss, hope, belonging, and what makes a family. I took up residence in the pages of this book and didn’t want to leave.”  — Kelly Mustian, author of The Girls in the Stilt House   

“In this prequel to her Ballet Theatre Chronicles series, Rose once again immerses us in the fascinating inner workings of a professional ballet company. Concurrently, the issues of loss and the search for family are beautifully and tenderly addressed. The unique personalities among the characters are depicted so clearly, they seemed like real people to me. I missed them when the story ended. A powerful, engaging read you won’t soon forget.”  — Grace Harstad, author of Invisible Woman: a Birth Mother’s Memoir

“Terez Mertes Rose’s descriptive writing leaps off of the page and takes you on a journey through protagonist April Manning’s eyes. I could identify with her struggles and achievements and I rooted for her along the way. A recommended read for all, dancer and non-dancer alike.” — Lauren Jonas, Artistic Director, Diablo Ballet

“Whether your remove comes from the vantage point of two-to-six degrees of separation or you are the dancer who has lived this ‘What I Did For Love’ experience, you’ll find that Rose’s every chapter could be a lusty, gusty, entry in and into your very own diary.” — Toba Singer, author of Fernando Alonso, the Father of Cuban Ballet and First Position: a Century of Ballet Artists 

“What I love about Terez Mertes Rose's novels are her achingly relatable characters and their complex fully-realized relationships. No matter the setting in the ballet world, Africa, or even the early 90s of Ballet Orphans, I quickly fall into the rhythm of her narrative and enjoy the ride.” — Leigh Purtill, author (as Cat Jordan) of Eight Days on Planet Earth


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