We are now scheduling a Two Week blog tour for Unspoken by Amy Richie from March 3 to 16, 2014. This is a Paranormal Fantasy novel suitable for YA or NA. Post does not have to be top spot and an easy html will be available for spotlight stops/book blitz stops. There will be a $10 Amazon GC up for grabs for the hosts that sign up for the tour. Author Pages are welcome to sign up as well.
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Bed B; Room 36; Nine Crosses
Ren Collins knows better than most where being different will land a person. A bed in a crazy hospital with only an angry ghost for company. But there are things about Toby that Ren doesn’t know, old secrets that are brought into the light only with the appearance of Tristan.
Tristan is different than Toby. Sure, they’re both only real to Ren, but Tristan does something Toby never does. He smiles. Ren soon finds herself trusting this new curly haired ghost-person more than she should.
At least, that’s what Toby says. But maybe Toby is the one who can’t be trusted. Where the ghost people are concerned, can any of them be trusted?