Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Penguin Kids Spotlight & Giveaway: Summerlost (Ally Condie)

Curling Up With A Good Book is excited to team up with with Word Spelunking and Penguin Kids to host a stop on the Summerlost by Ally Condie Blog Tour

Genre: Middle Grade Fiction
Publisher: Penguin Random House
Date of publish: March 2016
Pages: 272
Recommended Ages: 10-17

It’s the first real summer since the devastating accident that killed Cedar’s father and younger brother, Ben. But now Cedar and what’s left of her family are returning to the town of Iron Creek for the summer. They’re just settling into their new house when a boy named Leo, dressed in costume, rides by on his bike. Intrigued, Cedar follows him to the renowned Summerlost theatre festival.
Soon, she not only has a new friend in Leo and a job working concessions at the festival, she finds herself surrounded by mystery. The mystery of the tragic, too-short life of the Hollywood actress who haunts the halls of Summerlost. And the mystery of the strange gifts that keep appearing for Cedar.
Infused with emotion and rich with understanding, Summerlost is the touching middle grade debut from Ally Condie, the international bestselling author of the Matched series, that highlights the strength of family and personal resilience in the face of tragedy

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Follow this Link to read an Excerpt from Summerlost

Starred Reviews:

*A Spring 2016 Kids’ Indie Next List Top 10 Pick!

*Named one of Publishers Weekly’s Most Anticipated Children’s and

*YA Books of Spring 2016

“Condie (Matched) strikes a deep emotional chord with this coming-of-age story.” ~ Publishers Weekly, starred review

“Multiple, seemingly random details, including a family of turkey vultures that now roost outside Cedar’s window, an absurd soap opera narrative of a woman buried alive, and Leo’s quest for a trip with his father, coalesce into metaphors that help Cedar make sense of her grief and the life she now has to look forward to. Thoughtful, poetic chapter endings guide readers new to psychological depth toward meaningful connections between plot events and thematic reflections.” ~ BCCB

“A moving tale of friendship and loss. I loved these characters—I wish we could have been friends when I was a kid.” ~Brandon Mull, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Fablehaven and Five Kingdoms series

“Ally Condie’s first middle grade book might also be my favorite out of ALL her books to date. Summerlost is a story packed with nostalgia, heart, and gorgeous prose.” ~ The Novel Novice

“A nuanced portrait of grief deeply grounded in the middle-school mind-set.” ~Booklist

“Honest, lovely, and sad.” – Kirkus Reviews “A sweet, heartfelt story.” ~ School Library

Journal “Achingly good.”~ Summer Laurie, Books Inc.

About The Author:

Ally Condie is the author of the bestselling novel Atlantia and the critically acclaimed Matched trilogy, a #1 New York Times and international bestseller. The series has been published in more than 30 languages. A former English teacher, Ally lives with her husband and four children outside of Salt Lake City, Utah. She loves reading, writing, running, and listening to her husband play guitar.

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A Letter from Ally:

Dear Readers,

I think most of us have had our hearts broken. Sometimes we can see it coming, and sometimes it comes down with the unexpected force of a sudden gale of wind or a rising of waters that we thought were still and safe. Loss is universal to human experience, but the way we each feel and recover is one of the most personal things we do.

In Summerlost, Cedar is dealing with the loss of her father and younger brother. And my intent was to show how hard their deaths are for her. But this is also a book about the healing power of friendship. Most of us have been broken-hearted; I hope that most of us have also discovered the miracle of friendships that were just what we needed. Cedar and Leo’s friendship is based on someone I met when I was twelve. Like Leo, my friend was fun and liked to enlist me in crazy adventures (although we never gave a secret guided tour of our town the way they do in Summerlost). And, like Leo, he thought I was wonderful and of worth at a time when I needed it most.

SUMMERLOST is my attempt to pay tribute both to the pain we feel and the friendships that save us. Thank you so much for supporting this book, and for your willingness to give Cedar’s story a try. I hope it makes you think of a wonderful friend of your own, whether that is someone you met in the pages of a favorite book or outside, in the world where it is often hard and beautiful to live.

Best wishes and happy reading always,

Ally Condie

Waiting On Wednesday: And I Darken (Kiersten White)

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event that is hosted by Jill at 
and spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

And I Darken
Hardcover, 496 pages
Expected publication: June 28th 2016 by Delacorte Press


And Lada Dragwlya likes it that way. Ever since she and her gentle younger brother, Radu, were wrenched from their homeland of Wallachia and abandoned by their father to be raised in the Ottoman courts, Lada has known that being ruthless is the key to survival. She and Radu are doomed to act as pawns in a vicious game, an unseen sword hovering over their every move. For the lineage that makes them special also makes them targets.
Lada despises the Ottomans and bides her time, planning her vengeance for the day when she can return to Wallachia and claim her birthright. Radu longs only for a place where he feels safe. And when they meet Mehmed, the defiant and lonely son of the sultan, who’s expected to rule a nation, Radu feels that he’s made a true friend—and Lada wonders if she’s finally found someone worthy of her passion.
But Mehmed is heir to the very empire that Lada has sworn to fight against—and that Radu now considers home. Together, Lada, Radu, and Mehmed form a toxic triangle that strains the bonds of love and loyalty to the breaking point.
From New York Times bestselling author Kiersten White comes the first book in a dark, sweeping new series in which heads will roll, bodies will be impaled . . . and hearts will be broken.

What book are you waiting for?

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Rockstar Book Tours, Review, & Giveaway: Dark Energy (Robison Wells)

Author: Robison Wells
Release Date: March 29, 2016
Pages: 288
Publisher: HarperTeen
Formats: Hardcover, eBook

We are not alone. They are here. And there’s no going back. Perfect for fans of The Fifth Wave and the I Am Number Four series, Dark Energy is a thrilling stand-alone science fiction adventure from Robison Wells, critically acclaimed author of Variant and Blackout.
Five days ago, a massive UFO crashed in the Midwest. Since then, nothing—or no one—has come out.
If it were up to Alice, she’d be watching the fallout on the news. But her dad is director of special projects at NASA, so she’s been forced to enroll in a boarding school not far from the crash site. Alice is right in the middle of the action, but even she isn’t sure what to expect when the aliens finally emerge. Only one thing is clear: everything has changed.

Find it: 

Robison Wells is the author of Blackout, Deadzone, Variant, Feedback, Dark Energy, and Airships of Camelot. Variant was a Publishers Weekly Best Book, a YALSA Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers and a Bestseller. Robison lives in the Rocky Mountains in a house not too far from elk pastures. His wife, Erin, is a better person than he will ever be, and their three kids cause mischief and/or joy.

Robison has an MBA in Marketing, and a BS in Political Science, with an emphasis in International Relations of the Middle East.

Robison suffers from five mental illnesses (panic disorder, OCD, agoraphobia, depression and dermatillomania) and is an outspoken advocate for those with mental illnesses.

His books have been published in nine different languages, and he is the winner of many awards both in and out of the United States.

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Dark Energy is a Young Adult Science Fiction story about aliens. The main character is named Alice and her father works for Nasa so they are brought to the crash site of the aliens for her father to work. Alice is enrolled in a school nearby that houses full-time high school students called Minnetonka. 

The story is all about how Alice and her friends view the aliens arrival and the subsequent events that follow. You get a in-depth look at how it would feel if aliens actually did descend on the earth and how the government would react. 

I really enjoyed the story being told by Alice and her friends and the experiences they went through and the honest reactions that each of the characters had as the dealt with the arrival of the aliens. 

The plot twist was very interesting to me and really grabbed my attention and made me want to keep reading. Overall, this was a very interesting book and if you like science fiction then I would definitely try it out!!

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Tour Schedule:

Week One:

3/21/2016- My So-Called Book Reviews- Interview

3/22/2016- Nerdophiles- Guest Post

3/23/2016- Once Upon A Twilight- Review

3/24/2016- Curling Up With A Good Book- Review

3/25/2016- Storybook Slayers- Interview

Week Two:

3/28/2016- Literary Meanderings- Review

3/29/2016- Penny Dreadful Book Reviews- Guest Post

3/30/2016- Rachel's Book Reviews- Review

3/31/2016- Seeing Double In Neverland- Interview

4/1/2016-A Dream Within A Dream- Review

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Waiting On Wednesday: The Glittering Court (Richelle Mead)

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event that is hosted by Jill at 
and spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

The Glittering Court (The Glittering Court, #1)Hardcover, 416 pages
Expected publication: April 5th 2016 by Razorbill

For a select group of girls, the Glittering Court offers a shot at a life they’ve only ever dreamed of, one of luxury, glamour, and leisure. To high-born Adelaide, whose wealthy family is forcing her into a loveless marriage, the Glittering Court represents something else: the chance to chart her own destiny, and adventure in an unspoiled, prosperous new land across the sea.
After a chance meeting with the dazzling Cedric Thorn, Adelaide poses as a servant to join the crop of impoverished girls he promises to transform into proper ladies. But her familiarity with upper class life comes with a price: she must hide her identity from her new friends, mysterious refugee Mira and fiery former laundress Tamsin, and most importantly, from Cedric himself—even though she’s falling in love with him.

Everything begins to crumble when Cedric discovers Adelaide’s ruse, and she catches the eye of a powerful young governor, who wants her for a wife. She didn’t leave the gilded cage of her old life behind just to become someone else's property. But nothing is as daunting—or as wonderful—as the potent, forbidden attraction simmering between Adelaide and Cedric. One that, if acted on, would make them both outcasts in a wild, dangerous, uncharted world, and possibly lead them to their deaths. 

What book are you looking forward to??

Monday, March 21, 2016

Rockstar Book Tours, Interview, & Giveaway: Dig Too Deep (Amy Allgeyer)

Author: Amy Allgeyer
Release Date: April 1, 2016
Pages: 272
Publisher: AW Teen
Formats: Hardcover, eBook

With her mother facing prison time for a violent political protest, seventeen-year-old Liberty Briscoe has no choice but to leave her Washington, DC, apartment and take a bus to Ebbottsville, Kentucky, to live with her granny. There she can at least finish high school and put some distance between herself and her mother--or her former mother, as she calls her. But Ebbottsville isn't the same as Liberty remembers, and it's not just because the top of Tanner's Peak has been blown away to mine for coal. Half the county is out of work, an awful lot of people in town seem to be sick, and the tap water is bright orange--the same water that officials claim is safe. And when Granny's lingering cold turns out to be something much worse, Liberty wonders if somebody at the mine is hiding the truth about the water. She starts to investigate and is soon plunged into a world of secrets, lies, threats, and danger. Her searches for answers and justice lead to even tougher questions--should she turn to violence and end up like her mother? Give up her quest for the sake of keeping the peace? Or keep fighting until the mine is shut down for good?

Find it: 

The youngest of seven kids, Amy has been writing stories since she first learned to make her letters face the right way. Her work has appeared in Family Fun, A Fly in Amber and Stories for Children. As an architect, she spends her days restoring hundred-year-old homes in Boise where she lives with her son, a feral house cat, and a fake owl named Alan. She hates chocolate, but loves vegetables. She also loves travelling to foreign lands and the smell of honeysuckle on humid Southern nights.

Amy is represented by the lovely and amazing Danielle Chiotti of Upstart Crow Literary.

What gave you the inspiration to write this book?

That’s a good question, because it seems like I set out to write a book about mountaintop removal mining, right? But this novel actually started life as a short story about a girl taking care of her sick granny. My own mother died of cancer when I was twenty-eight, and it was the hardest thing I’ve ever gone through. I wanted – needed—to put that experience on paper. And after that short story won a publication contract, my critique group encouraged me to expand it into a novel. 

Who is your favorite character in the book?

Oh, absolutely Granny. She reminds me so much of the strong, no-nonsense women I knew in the South. But I also have a huge soft-spot for Dobber. 

Which came first, the title or the novel?

The novel, by a loooong time. The first title was so crappy, I won’t even share it. When I went out on sub to agents, my crit partner K.C. Held suggested calling it WATER FOR STARFISH, which I loved. But after Albert Whitman bought the book, they decided to go with something else and came up with DIG TOO DEEP, which is great. It’s sort of literal and vague at the same time, and it sounds a just little creepy.

What scene in the book are you most proud of, and why? 

The starfish scene was incredibly difficult for me to write, so I’m pretty proud of that. I also love the scene where Liberty picks up Ashleigh in rain and gives her a ride home. I think it shows how desperate Lib is to get answers. In her mind, she’s basically consorting with the devil by being reaching out to Ashleigh. And I love the twist at the end of that scene. 

Thinking way back to the beginning, what’s the most important thing you've learned as a writer from then to now?

To trust “the process” that…Writing. Makes. A. Book. There are days when it feels like the words I’m putting down absolutely suck, and that I’m just wasting my time. But no matter how bad those words are, even on my very worst writing day, they still string together into a first draft. And a first draft is a thing that can be fixed. 

What do you like most about the cover of the book?

The colors are really perfect! They’re beautiful but a little creepy…just like the title. I also love how, on the spine, DIG TOO DEEP is written horizontally, so you don’t have to tilt your head to read it. 

What new release book are you looking most forward to in 2016?

As a Sweet Sixteen, I’ve had the pleasure of reading a bunch of ARCs of 2016 releases and OH MY GOSH there are so many amazing books coming out this year! Some of the ones I’m most looking forward to having on my shelf…HOLDING COURT by K.C. Held; THE ART OF NOT BREATHING, by Sarah Alexander; BLACKHEARTS, by Nicole Castroman; THE EYE OF MIDNIGHT, by Andrew Brumbach, THE SEASON, by Steve & Jonah Lisa Dyer, and THE SERPENT KING, by Jeff Zentner.

What was your favorite book in 2015? 

Again…so many great books! VALIANT, by Sarah McGuire; INHERIT MIDNIGHT, by Kate Kae Myers; DEVIATE, by Tracy Clark; LOCK & MORI, by Heather Petty are several of my favorites.

What’s up next for you?

I’m currently working on a contemporary YA that’s really testing my faith in the “the process.” I remind myself daily that “Words make books” and I try to believe. ☺

Is there anything that you would like to add? 

Just thanks so much for hosting me! It’s been great fun!!

2 winners will receive a signed ARC of DIG TOO DEEP, and a silver starfish bookmark, magnet, button, and "Make Your Own mini-protest sign" kit, 
US Only.

Tour Schedule:

Week One:

3/21/2016- Curling Up With A Good Book- Interview

3/22/2016- Read.Read.Read- Review

3/23/2016- Two Chicks on Books- Guest Post

3/24/2016- The Phantom Paragrapher- Review

3/25/2016- The Cover Contessa- Interview

Week Two:

3/28/2016- 5 Girls Book Reviews- Review

3/29/2016- A Dream Within A Dream- Guest Post

3/30/2016- Queen of All She Reads- Review

3/31/2016- Wanderlust & Books- Interview

4/1/2016- The Bookish Angel- Review

Saturday, March 19, 2016

Blog Tour & Review: The Darkest Corners (Kara Thomas)

For fans of Gillian Flynn’s Dark Places and Sara Shepard’s Pretty Little Liars

comes the next twisted, psychological thriller,


By Kara Thomas

"Gripping from start to finish, THE DARKEST CORNERS took me into an underbelly I didn't know existed, with twists that left me shocked and racing forward to get to the end.”
—Victoria Aveyard, #1 NYT bestselling author of Red Queen 

The Darkest Corners

Hardcover, 336 pages
Expected publication: April 19th 2016 by Delacorte

The Darkest Corners is a psychological thriller about the lies little girls tell, and the deadly truths those lies become. There are ghosts around every corner in Fayette, Pennsylvania. Tessa left when she was nine and has been trying ever since not to think about it after what happened there that last summer. Memories of things so dark will burn themselves into your mind if you let them. Callie never left. She moved to another house, so she doesn’t have to walk those same halls, but then Callie always was the stronger one. She can handle staring into the faces of her demons—and if she parties hard enough, maybe one day they’ll disappear for good. Tessa and Callie have never talked about what they saw that night. After the trial, Call drifted and Tessa moved, and childhood friends just have a way of losing touch. But ever since she left, Tessa has had questions. Things have never quite added up. And now she has to go back to Fayette—to Wyatt Stokes, sitting on death row; to Lori Cawley, Callie’s dead cousin; and to the one other person who may be hiding the truth. Only the closer Tessa gets to the truth, the closer she gets to a killer—and this time, it won’t be so easy to run away. 

Amazon * B & N  * Indigo 


Kara is the author of THE DARKEST CORNERS, coming April 2016 from Random House/Delacorte. She is also the author of the Prep School Confidential series from St. Martin's Griffin under the pen name Kara Taylor. Kara has written for Warner Brothers Television and currently writes full-time on Long Island, where she lives with her husband and rescue cat.

The INTRO, and EXCERPT were revealed on and linked to our IMMERSIVE dedicated website, which features original content to build intrigue around the string of girls who have gone missing along the Ohio River in Fayette, including:

· Teaser video with script written by author Kara Thomas

· Two original articles written by author Kara Thomas

"By the last page,
 there will be no one left to trust...."

Wow...just WOW...I am usually a fantasy or romance type of reader but when I read the synopsis for The Darkest Corners....something just told me that I HAD to read it! and I was not disappointed! I literally could not put this book down. Kara Thomas's writing is mesmerizing and makes the characters so real and I absolutely loved Tessa's character. Tessa is so strong and has been through so much and yet has not given up on finding the truth...She knows that she and Callie missed something all those years ago and she knows there is still answers and secrets to be uncovered so she is not giving up till she gets to the bottom of it. 

The Darkest Corners is a young adult murder mystery that is centered around two main characters, Tessa and Callie. Ten years before, it was Tessa and Callie's testimony that put the "River Monster" behind bars for murdering young girls in their hometown. Tessa's older sisters friend, Lori, was the last victim and Tessa and Callie were home the night she disappeared and testified in the case that put the "assumed killer", Wyatt Stokes, behind bars. The Ohio River Monster is described as a serial killer because he chooses young girls who are going through bad times and making bad choices and when he kills them he always leaves their bodies near the river in the same vicinity of each other. 

The story begins ten years after the arrest when Tessa receives a call that her father, whom is in prison in her hometown, is dying and wants to see her before he passes away. Tessa is invited to stay with her old best friend, Callie, and when she arrives back in town she begins to have memories of her past and begins to question what she and Callie told the police all those years ago. 

"Every now and then another answer to what happened that night sneaks in from the darkest corners of my mind. I usually squash it like a mosquito--there's no point dwelling on questions no one can answer for me. 
But now that I'm here, I can't ignore certain things any longer.
There are worse things in this world than monsters, and somehow, they always manage to find me."

The Darkest Corners is an intense murder mystery with so many twists and secrets and I literally found myself staring at the pages in disbelief. I was completely obsessed with this story and figuring out the truth. Stories regarding family secrets are always so fascinating and you never know what is going to happen and who a person really is.....

I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys mystery, family secrets, and uncovering the truth. I absolutely loved this book and am really looking forward to Kara Thomas's next book. I LOVED the intensity of Kara's writing and how her characters are so full of emotion, so REAL, and they drew me in and captivated me until the very last page. 

**The quotes from this book have been taken from an Advanced Reading Copy and are subject to change when the final book is printed. Please refer to the final, finished copy for exact quotes!**

**I want to say Thank You to Delacorte Press for the opportunity to review this book!!**

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Waiting On Wednesday: Of Fire and Stars (Audrey Coulthurst)

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event that is hosted by Jill at 
and spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

Of Fire and StarsHardcover, 400 pages
Expected publication: November 22nd 2016 by Balzer + Bray

Betrothed since childhood to the prince of Mynaria, Princess Dennaleia has always known what her future holds. Her marriage will seal the alliance between Mynaria and her homeland, protecting her people from other hostile lands. But Denna has a secret. She possesses an Affinity for fire—a dangerous gift for the future queen of a kingdom where magic is forbidden.
Now, Denna must learn the ways of her new home while trying to hide her growing magic. To make matters worse, she must learn to ride Mynaria’s formidable warhorses before her coronation—and her teacher is the person who intimidates her most, the prickly and unconventional Princess Amaranthine (called Mare), sister of her betrothed.
When a shocking assassination leaves the kingdom reeling, Mare and Denna reluctantly join forces to search for the culprit. As the two work together, each discovers there’s more to the other than she thought. Mare is surprised by Denna’s intelligence and bravery, while Denna is drawn to Mare’s independent streak. Soon their friendship is threatening to blossom into something more.
But with dangerous conflict brewing that makes the alliance more important than ever, acting on their feelings could be deadly. Forced to choose between their duty and their hearts, Mare and Denna must find a way to save their kingdoms—and each other.
What book are you looking forward to??

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Blog Tour & Interview: The Secrets of Solace (Jaleigh Johnson)

“Readers will be rewarded by exciting action scenes and a deeper knowledge of Solace for future installments.” —Booklist

“An engaging world rich in detail, mayhem, and adventure . . . All aboard for fantasy lovers with a dual penchant for girl power and keeping up with the Indiana Joneses.” —Kirkus Reviews

ebook, 384 pages
Published March 8th 2016 by Delacorte Books for Young Readers

From Jaleigh Johnson, the acclaimed author of The Mark of the Dragonfly, comes another thrilling adventure in the magical world of Solace. Lina Winterbock lives in the mountain strongholds of Solace. She’s an apprentice to the archivists, the wise men and women whose lives are dedicated to cataloging, studying, and preserving the objects that mysteriously fall from the sky in the scrap towns. Lina should be spending her days with books, but the Iron War has changed everything. The strongholds are now a refuge, and the people Lina once counted on no longer have time for her, so she spends her days exploring the hidden tunnels and passages of her home. The strongholds are vast and old, with twisting paths, forgotten rooms, and collapsed chambers, some of them containing objects that have been lost and forgotten even by the archivists. And in one of the forgotten chambers, Lina discovers a secret. Hidden deep in a cavern is a half-buried airship like nothing she has ever seen before. She’s determined to dig it out and restore it. But Lina needs help, and she doesn’t know anyone she can trust with her secret. Then she meets Ozben, a mysterious boy who has a secret of his own—a secret that’s so dangerous it could change the course of the Iron War and the world of Solace forever.

JALEIGH JOHNSON is a lifelong reader, gamer, and moviegoer. She loves nothing better than to escape into fictional worlds and take part in fantastic adventures. She lives and writes in the wilds of the Midwest, but you can visit her online at or on Twitter at @JaleighJohnson.

1. What gave you the inspiration to write this book?

THE SECRETS OF SOLACE is rooted in my love of museums. A few years ago, I visited the Louvre in Paris, and it was one of those nights when the museum was open late, so I got to wander the galleries for hours. I felt like I’d been transported to another world. It didn’t take me long to make the leap from there—what if you had a museum full of objects from other worlds? I started creating the archivists, men and women who preserve objects that fall from other worlds in the meteor storms of Solace. From there I let my mind off the leash and ran with it!

2. Who is your favorite character in the book?

I couldn’t choose between Lina and Ozben! Even though they each have their own agendas and secrets, they are best when they’re together. They give each other strength and really have the power to change each other throughout the novel.

3. Which came first, the title or the novel?

The novel almost always comes first for me. I think the title changed a few times with this one, because everything I came up with turned out to be a spoiler for later events in the novel. Can’t have that!

4. What scene in the book are you most proud of, and why?

There’s a scene later on in the book between Lina and her mentor/teacher that I’m particularly proud of. These are two characters who are both stubborn and don’t always understand each other, but the bond they share is deep, and I wanted it to come through in that scene.

5. Thinking way back to the beginning, what’s the most important thing you've learned as a writer from then to now?

That if you don’t take joy in your own process, nothing else matters. Success or failure involves many things that are beyond my control, but if I love the work I’m doing, that’s enough.

6. What do you like most about the cover of the book?

The color! The blue came out spectacularly, in my opinion, and I also love how the light from the firefly (ahem, sorry, lumatite) moves from the back cover to the front.

7. What new release book are you looking most forward to in 2016?

I’ve got my eye on two titles. The last of the Raven Cycle books by Maggie Stiefvater, and Anna-Marie McLemore’s WHEN THE MOON WAS OURS because I absolutely loved her debut, THE WEIGHT OF FEATHERS.

8. What was your favorite book in 2015?

That’s a tough one! But I’d have to say it was Felicia Day’s hilarious YOU’RE NEVER WEIRD ON THE INTERNET (ALMOST). I adored that book.

9. What’s up next for you?

Finishing up work on the last book in the Solace series, and then it’s on to something brand new that I can’t speak of yet, but I’m so excited about!

10. Is there anything that you would like to add?

I hope readers enjoy THE SECRETS OF SOLACE—hang on for a wild ride with Lina and Ozben!