Hey everyone! I am super excited to announce the March Tours
I'm hosting! There's a mix of YA, MG, & Adult. This a great list
with a great variety of genres from fantasy, sci-fi, paranormal, thriller, contemporary, & more! There's FIVE tours to sign up for so there's something for
REVIEW COPIES- Most of these tours will have physical copies for US Residents only. It will say in each book's description below if there are physical copies or only ebooks.
REMEMBER WE WILL BE GIVING AWAY A $25 AMAZON GIFT CARD OR $25 WORTH OF BOOKS FROM THE BOOK DEPOSITORY EACH MONTH TO ONE LUCKY BLOGGER! THE MORE TOURS YOU SIGN UP FOR THE MORE ENTRIES YOU GET!
ALL TOURS WILL HAVE A PRE-MADE HTML POST AND INSTAGRAM PICS SO ALL YOU WILL HAVE TO DO IS COPY AND PASTE INTO YOUR BLOGS, INSTAGRAM, OR TIKTOK!
Check below for specifics on each tour and click on the book covers for the Goodreads links and book info.
Details on giveaways 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. I will reach out to all hosts that have been chosen once the sign-ups have closed.
I am totally stoked for the tour for all of these tours this March. I can't wait for everyone to read them!
About the Books!
Click on the covers to add the books to your Goodreads lists!
This Aurélie Benattar YA Dystopian Sci-Fi Book tour runs for one month from March 1st-31st, will have one stop a day on a Blog, Instagram, or TikTok and consist of reviews, excerpts, & spotlights. Priority will go to review stops. Physical books available (US addresses only gifted via Amazon) and eBooks available. There will be images for Instagram stops.
About The Book:
Seven teenagers. Seven chakras. Seven keys to save humanity.
In 2035, fifteen-year-old Rae, an orphan, has chosen silence. Or perhaps silence has chosen her. After the sudden death of her father, she has lost her ability to speak.
But that is the least of her problems. An elusive genius known as the Keeper has created an advanced AI program—Spirit Era—that predicts the world will end in two years without massive human intervention. The solution? Seven teenage volunteers who must work together to prevent this doomsday. Despite her reluctance to apply, Rae is selected, along with six other teens from the four corners of the world, to save humanity.
Spirit Era has designed seven Mantras, virtual reality worlds revealing the seven most likely apocalyptic disasters. Within these Mantras are concealed seven keys that will unlock humanity’s potential to stand in the way of planetary destruction and fight for the future of the world. The seven chosen ones—quiet Rae, hotheaded Chayton, sensual Helen, quick-witted Ali, gentle Keiji, intense Alpha, and reserved Stepan—must journey into these worlds to find the keys.
Root, the first book in this gripping saga, follows the seven into a hyperrealistic simulation of the not-too-distant future, where the rich have seized control of the world’s resources following a global famine triggered by a devastating loss of biodiversity. In order to escape this possible future, the seven must join together and use all their powers to find the key—and survive the simulation.
Two years left until the end of the world. The countdown begins . . .
"With constant action and inevitable excitement, YA readers with a passion for social change will not only thrill at seeing themselves in the teenage characters tasked with upending society, but will also connect with current realities." —Kirkus Reviews
"In the vein of Divergent and Endgame, I felt snapped up! [It has] the same feeling as when you arrive in the unique universe of Harry Potter. [Root] is a real world apart!" —Aurore Ouaki, literary journalist on Tandem TV
"I loved each of the seven characters; I found myself in each of them. A beautiful message." —Leona Reading, author
This Whitney Morsillo YA Fantasy tour runs for two weeks from March 6th-10th & 13th-17th, will have 15 stops on a Blog, Instagram, or TikTok and consist of reviews, excerpts, & spotlights. Priority will go to review stops. Physical books available (US addresses only) and eBooks available. There will be images for Instagram stops.
About The Book:
Controlling the wolf inside is never guaranteed…
Tala always thought she was an average teen—her biggest issue was her parents hating her boyfriend, but that doesn't even come close to the truth. On her eighteenth birthday, she shifts for the first time and discovers the family secret: she's a wolf. And her boyfriend? He's the rival pack's next alpha.
Connor, next in line to be pack alpha, is forced to give up everything his heart desires and walk away from the girl he thought was his forever to keep her safe—even from himself, only to realize she's his fated mate and their love is utterly forbidden.
Facing betrayals from close friends, rescuing loved ones who've been taken, and fighting against the family feud of a lifetime, Connor and Tala must decide: family or fate?
This Atmosphere Press YA/Adult Fantasy Fiction tour runs for two weeks from March 6th-10th & 13th-17th, will have one or two stops a day on a Blog, Instagram, or TikTok and consist of reviews, excerpts, & spotlights. Priority will go to review stops. Physical books available (US addresses only) and eBooks available. There will be images for Instagram stops.
About The Book:
In a world that has ever only known war, generations still swing their swords on whispers of conflict from centuries past.
In Physis, the law of the land is 'every territory for itself.' Lineage is everything; racial identification is paramount; and territory loyalty is the code by which one lives or dies. But when a few individuals decide the given system isn’t working, everything begins to change.
What will happen to the world when inherited authority is questioned; when standards of judgment are re-evaluated; and when independent thinkers redefine purpose for a new generation of leaders?
In The Refuge by N. Ford, readers travel from the snowy mountain estates of The Diamond Isles to the clay arenas of a warrior's life in Agon. They sail the Physis Sea, chasing mystery and meaning, and swim in the clear pool at the bottom of the Western Bay. Readers will meet love, loss, and sacrifice anew, while discovering what purpose can do when it’s authentic and hard-won.
This Zealous Quill Press Historical Romance tour runs for two weeks from March 6th-10th & 13th-17th, will have one or two stops a day on a Blog, Instagram, or TikTok and consist of reviews, excerpts, & spotlights. Priority will go to review stops. Physical books available (US addresses only) and eBooks available. There will be images for Instagram stops.
About The Book:
Suffering a carriage mishap on the road to meet his future wife, the Duke of Lawford discovers the local town’s lodgings overflowing and must accept the hospitality of a country squire. The coach repair moves incredibly slowly, and it becomes clear that his host is attempting to manipulate a match between his daughter and Lawford.
Each year, Sadie Campion looks forward to the May Day Matchmaking Festival, but this year will be different as she plans to find a husband—and not one chosen by her father and brothers. Especially not a stiff, arrogant peer from London.
To stop Sadie’s meddling family, Law offers to pretend to court her. Grateful for the reprieve and also for the popularity the duke’s faux interest gives her, Sadie becomes the belle of the festival. But when the make-believe becomes all too real, Law wonders if she isn’t the match he was destined to make…
This Jolly Fish Press Middle Grade tour runs for two weeks from March 13th-17th & 20th-24th will have one stop a day on a INSTAGRAM & TIKTOK ONLY and consist of reviews, excerpts, & spotlights. Priority will go to review stops. Physical books available (US addresses only) and eBooks available. There will be images for Instagram stops.
About The Book:
What’s more terrifying than being forced into a coed combat wrestling martial art by your own mother? Sixth grade.
Angie Larson hates Jiu-Jitsu. Like many twelve-year-old girls, she fails to find the glamour in a martial art that embraces zero personal space and choking as an end goal. Seriously, people choke her, drip sweat on her face, and even wrap their legs around her neck. It’s the worst. Instead, she idolizes the seemingly perfect kids at her school who do “normal” activities like dance or soccer. But just when it seems like Angie is about to be accepted by them, her mom enrolls her in a Jiu-Jitsu tournament and begins a relationship with the sweatiest coach on the planet. And to make things more complicated, Angie develops a close friendship with a boy who is definitely not part of the “cool” crowd.
Angie must decide who she is while making some painful decisions both on and off the mat. Is she a dance girl, a soccer girl, a nothing girl . . . or a Jiu-Jitsu girl?