{Blog Tour w/Guest Post & Giveaway} Dating the It Guy by Krysten Lindsay Hager @KrystenLindsay

 

 

Dating the It Guy

by Krysten Lindsay Hager

Genre: YA Contemporary Fiction

Release Date: March 21st 2017

Emme is a sophomore in high school who starts dating, Brendon Agretti, the popular senior who happens to be a senator's son and well-known for his good looks. Emme feels out of her comfort zone in Brendon's world and it doesn't help that his picture perfect ex, Lauren seems determined to get back into his life along with every other girl who wants to be the future Mrs. Agretti. Emme is already conflicted due to the fact her last boyfriend cheated on her and her whole world is off kilter with her family issues. Life suddenly seems easier keeping Brendon away and relying on her crystals and horoscopes to guide her. Emme soon starts to realize she needs to focus less on the stars and more on her senses. Can Emme get over her insecurities and make her relationship work? Life sure is complicated when you're dating the it guy.

 

 

 

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Dating the It Guy: Character Bios

 

Emme Trybus: Emme is a high school sophomore who lives in a wealthy suburb of Detroit with her parents and grandfather. She’s trying to come back from a breakup with her ex, Jon, who cheated on her. Emme is very close to her grandparents and would do anything for them. She is a loyal friend and girlfriend, but often doubts her self-worth when it comes to dating Brendon and when it comes to her writing ability as she starts taking a creative writing class. She’s into astrology and crystals, but finds herself changing her position on those after a chance encounter with a life coach. Emme overthinks a lot and worries she’s not good enough to be dating someone as well-known as the senator’s son.

Brendon Agretti: Brendon is the son of a state senator and grew up in the spotlight. All the girls want to date him and all the guys want to be him. He looks like he has the perfect life, but he soon shares with Emme that having your life on display comes at a cost. He always feels the pressure of his family trying to put on a good face no matter what. He wants to be a journalism major when he goes to college, but doesn’t think his dad would approve of him going off the Agretti family’s traditional course. He’s supposed to follow in his dad and grandfather’s footsteps and the pressure is there for him to exceed those expectations. He loves being around Emme because she’s down to earth and real with a boho style and he can be himself around her.

Margaux: Emme’s friend who has her own dating rules and is a bit over the top, but very loyal to her friends and knows who she is and what she wants. Margaux has the confidence that Emme doesn’t have and tries to boost her self-esteem. Emme might roll her eyes a bit at Margaux’s antics on playing hard to get, dating, etc., but Margaux wants what’s best for Emme and always has her back.

Darren Ritts: Darren is in Emme’s creative writing class and has a crush on her. He’s one of the most talented guys in the class and very funny and friendly, so Emme spends a lot of time with him. Her heart belongs to Brendon, but Darren sees cracks in the relationship and he sees his opportunity with Emme.

Lauren Hartnet: Lauren is Brendon’s ex-girlfriend and still wants him back. She’s an overachiever and winds up getting the newspaper internship that Emme originally got, but was taken from her when they found Emme was too young to drive. Emme sees Lauren as the stereotypical “most likely to succeed” perfect girl for Brendon as Lauren’s family is wealthy and well-connected. Plus, Lauren has that preppy look with the “perfect bouncy dark hair”. Lauren asks Brendon to a dance the second she sees trouble between him and Emme and that is a huge problem for Emme when they get back together.

Kylie: Emme’s best friend who is very loyal. She’s always trying to raise Emme’s self-esteem and recommends self-help books her mother reads. Kylie always has Emme’s back. She’s in a relationship with her boyfriend Zach who is a touch older than the girls, can drive, and seems to be the “adult” in the group when they go to a dance. Kylie can best be described as Emme’s person.

Rory: Emme meets Rory in a creative writing class and Rory is more of a free spirit and creative type. She’s a great writer and expresses herself in the clothes she wears and her short Edie Sedgwick hairstyle (I was picturing a modern day Edie when I wrote the character). She and Emme become good friends.

Cheryl: The life coach Emme meets at the New Age fair who shares with her that the New Age stuff can be a dangerous distraction. She advises Emme on her relationships with Brendon and her grandparents and later writes her a beautiful email about dealing with love and loss.

 
 

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“By the way, did you hear Lauren got into Senator Agretti’s old school?”

“Seriously? I wonder if she applied there because Brendon did,” I said.

Margaux snorted. “Duh, of course. Seriously, she might as well just pee on him to mark her territory.”

“Margaux, shut up,” Kylie said.

“Whatever. Anyway, the important thing is if Brendon knew she was applying there,” Margaux said. “Em, do you think he knew?”

I hoped Lauren was just trying to follow Brendon, but what if they had planned this whole thing while they were dating? What if he convinced her to apply there so they could go to college together, wear matching American flag sweaters with big scarves while drinking hot chocolate, and jump into leaf piles just like a preppy clothing catalog. At least now I didn’t have to worry about them reciting poetry to one another in South Bend, but still, what if they had made plans to go to school together?

“Don’t worry about it,” Kylie said. “She was probably trying to follow him—like she always does. She’s so pathetic.”

Kylie was trying to make me feel better, but Lauren was far from pathetic. After all, she was pretty much the “Most Likely to Succeed” poster girl. While she was out overachieving and saving the world without messing up her perfect, bouncy hair, I was trying to get through each day. I tried to push away the image of Lauren and Brendon holding hands and drinking hot chocolate under a stadium blanket.

 

 

 

Praise for Dating the It Guy:

“A sweet, endearing story—you’ll fall in love with Emme just like I did!” --Kimber Leigh Wheaton, YA/NA author

 

"Hager's authentic characters will resonate with readers of all ages as they are immersed in the story  - complete with teen drama and angst, but also the relationships which make it all worthwhile." --  Leslie L. McKee, book reviewer, Edits and Reviews by Leslie

 

 

 

Krysten Lindsay Hager is an obsessive reader and has never met a bookstore she didn’t like. She’s worked as a journalist and humor essayist, and writes for teens, tweens, and adults. She is also the author of the Landry’s True Colors Series (True Colors, Best Friends…Forever?, and the soon to be released, Landry in Like) and her work has been featured in USA Today and named as Amazon’s #1 Hot New Releases in Teen & Young Adult Values and Virtues Fiction and Amazon’s #1 Hot New Releases in Children’s Books on Values. She’s originally from Michigan and has lived in South Dakota, Portugal, and southwestern Ohio. She received her master’s degree from the University of Michigan-Flint.

 

 

 

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Dating the It Guy

by Krysten Lindsay Hager

Genre: YA Contemporary Fiction

Release Date: March 21st 2017

Emme is a sophomore in high school who starts dating, Brendon Agretti, the popular senior who happens to be a senator's son and well-known for his good looks. Emme feels out of her comfort zone in Brendon's world and it doesn't help that his picture perfect ex, Lauren seems determined to get back into his life along with every other girl who wants to be the future Mrs. Agretti. Emme is already conflicted due to the fact her last boyfriend cheated on her and her whole world is off kilter with her family issues. Life suddenly seems easier keeping Brendon away and relying on her crystals and horoscopes to guide her. Emme soon starts to realize she needs to focus less on the stars and more on her senses. Can Emme get over her insecurities and make her relationship work? Life sure is complicated when you're dating the it guy.

 

 

 

 Goodreads

 

 

Amazon

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itunes

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Dating the It Guy: Character Bios

 

Emme Trybus: Emme is a high school sophomore who lives in a wealthy suburb of Detroit with her parents and grandfather. She’s trying to come back from a breakup with her ex, Jon, who cheated on her. Emme is very close to her grandparents and would do anything for them. She is a loyal friend and girlfriend, but often doubts her self-worth when it comes to dating Brendon and when it comes to her writing ability as she starts taking a creative writing class. She’s into astrology and crystals, but finds herself changing her position on those after a chance encounter with a life coach. Emme overthinks a lot and worries she’s not good enough to be dating someone as well-known as the senator’s son.

Brendon Agretti: Brendon is the son of a state senator and grew up in the spotlight. All the girls want to date him and all the guys want to be him. He looks like he has the perfect life, but he soon shares with Emme that having your life on display comes at a cost. He always feels the pressure of his family trying to put on a good face no matter what. He wants to be a journalism major when he goes to college, but doesn’t think his dad would approve of him going off the Agretti family’s traditional course. He’s supposed to follow in his dad and grandfather’s footsteps and the pressure is there for him to exceed those expectations. He loves being around Emme because she’s down to earth and real with a boho style and he can be himself around her.

Margaux: Emme’s friend who has her own dating rules and is a bit over the top, but very loyal to her friends and knows who she is and what she wants. Margaux has the confidence that Emme doesn’t have and tries to boost her self-esteem. Emme might roll her eyes a bit at Margaux’s antics on playing hard to get, dating, etc., but Margaux wants what’s best for Emme and always has her back.

Darren Ritts: Darren is in Emme’s creative writing class and has a crush on her. He’s one of the most talented guys in the class and very funny and friendly, so Emme spends a lot of time with him. Her heart belongs to Brendon, but Darren sees cracks in the relationship and he sees his opportunity with Emme.

Lauren Hartnet: Lauren is Brendon’s ex-girlfriend and still wants him back. She’s an overachiever and winds up getting the newspaper internship that Emme originally got, but was taken from her when they found Emme was too young to drive. Emme sees Lauren as the stereotypical “most likely to succeed” perfect girl for Brendon as Lauren’s family is wealthy and well-connected. Plus, Lauren has that preppy look with the “perfect bouncy dark hair”. Lauren asks Brendon to a dance the second she sees trouble between him and Emme and that is a huge problem for Emme when they get back together.

Kylie: Emme’s best friend who is very loyal. She’s always trying to raise Emme’s self-esteem and recommends self-help books her mother reads. Kylie always has Emme’s back. She’s in a relationship with her boyfriend Zach who is a touch older than the girls, can drive, and seems to be the “adult” in the group when they go to a dance. Kylie can best be described as Emme’s person.

Rory: Emme meets Rory in a creative writing class and Rory is more of a free spirit and creative type. She’s a great writer and expresses herself in the clothes she wears and her short Edie Sedgwick hairstyle (I was picturing a modern day Edie when I wrote the character). She and Emme become good friends.

Cheryl: The life coach Emme meets at the New Age fair who shares with her that the New Age stuff can be a dangerous distraction. She advises Emme on her relationships with Brendon and her grandparents and later writes her a beautiful email about dealing with love and loss.

 
 

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EXCERPT

 

“By the way, did you hear Lauren got into Senator Agretti’s old school?”

“Seriously? I wonder if she applied there because Brendon did,” I said.

Margaux snorted. “Duh, of course. Seriously, she might as well just pee on him to mark her territory.”

“Margaux, shut up,” Kylie said.

“Whatever. Anyway, the important thing is if Brendon knew she was applying there,” Margaux said. “Em, do you think he knew?”

I hoped Lauren was just trying to follow Brendon, but what if they had planned this whole thing while they were dating? What if he convinced her to apply there so they could go to college together, wear matching American flag sweaters with big scarves while drinking hot chocolate, and jump into leaf piles just like a preppy clothing catalog. At least now I didn’t have to worry about them reciting poetry to one another in South Bend, but still, what if they had made plans to go to school together?

“Don’t worry about it,” Kylie said. “She was probably trying to follow him—like she always does. She’s so pathetic.”

Kylie was trying to make me feel better, but Lauren was far from pathetic. After all, she was pretty much the “Most Likely to Succeed” poster girl. While she was out overachieving and saving the world without messing up her perfect, bouncy hair, I was trying to get through each day. I tried to push away the image of Lauren and Brendon holding hands and drinking hot chocolate under a stadium blanket.

 

 

 

Praise for Dating the It Guy:

“A sweet, endearing story—you’ll fall in love with Emme just like I did!” --Kimber Leigh Wheaton, YA/NA author

 

"Hager's authentic characters will resonate with readers of all ages as they are immersed in the story  - complete with teen drama and angst, but also the relationships which make it all worthwhile." --  Leslie L. McKee, book reviewer, Edits and Reviews by Leslie

 

 

 

Krysten Lindsay Hager is an obsessive reader and has never met a bookstore she didn’t like. She’s worked as a journalist and humor essayist, and writes for teens, tweens, and adults. She is also the author of the Landry’s True Colors Series (True Colors, Best Friends…Forever?, and the soon to be released, Landry in Like) and her work has been featured in USA Today and named as Amazon’s #1 Hot New Releases in Teen & Young Adult Values and Virtues Fiction and Amazon’s #1 Hot New Releases in Children’s Books on Values. She’s originally from Michigan and has lived in South Dakota, Portugal, and southwestern Ohio. She received her master’s degree from the University of Michigan-Flint.

 

 

 

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Book Blast: Ivory Queen (Order Of The Bell #1.5) By Jacob Devlin with Giveaway @chapterxchapter @jacob_devlin @BlazePub

   

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Twenty-five years ago, the venomous Queen Avoria was banished from the enchanted realms of Florindale and sentenced to spend eternity inside a cursed mirror.

After a seemingly endless tumble through the mirror’s abyss, Avoria awakens in a gloomy metropolis in the darkest corner of Wonderland. There she meets the shrewd King of Hearts, Cornelius Redding, and the two strike a turbulent alliance. As Avoria helps Cornelius execute his conquest of Wonderland, she plots her own vengeance against the world that cast her out. In the city's cold shadows, Avoria finds pawns in the souls that defied her, truth in the reflection that calls to her, and power in the past that forged her. And thus, the Ivory Queen begins carving a path to the ultimate throne.

 

Ivory Queen (Order of the Bell #1.5) by Jacob Devlin Publication Date: January 10, 2017 Publisher: Blaze Publishing

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The Emperor and his Gold Court will be safe in their space station, watching from the stars. The Silvers will be protected underground. But the Bronzes must fight it out at the Shadow Trials for the few remaining spots left on the space station.

When an enigmatic benefactor hands Maia Graystone a spot in the Trials, she won’t just get a chance at salvation for her and her baby brother, Max: She gets to confront the mother who abandoned her in prison, the mad Emperor who murdered her father, and the Gold prince who once loved her. But it’s the dark bastard prince she’s partnered with that will make her question everything, including her own heart. With the asteroid racing closer every day, Maia must trust someone to survive.

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{Blog Tour w/Guest Post & Giveaway} The Perfect Tear by Connie Lansberg @theperfecttear

 

 

The Perfect Tear
by  Connie Lansberg
Genre: YA Fantasy
Release Date: November 11th 2015

Eleanor, a timid orphan, is a Singer. Her songs keep nature in balance, but when they are stolen from her the grey mist descends, and her world fails to thrive. This timid orphan is forced into a course of action she never asked for, nor envisioned.
Eleanor grapples with crippling self-doubt and fear until she learns these are far more perilous than the physical dangers she faces moment to moment on her terrifying, puzzling and often funny search for The Perfect Tear, a crystal which contains the Third Vibration and able to heal the land. She is horrified to discover that she must defeat an inter-dimensional being or become his accomplice in the destruction of she loves.
But Eleanor is no savior, just a simple girl with strong instincts and she must learn to trust them. Just like the notes of a song must form connections to create a melody, Eleanor must discover the connections needed to create the harmony required to truly save her world.

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I had my artist Francesca Baerald draw watercolors of our top choices as they might look as the characters.

 

Eleanor- Elle Fanning

 

Edward- Harry Styles

 

Audrey- Maisie Williams

 

Rosamar-Zendaya

 

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Lerion- Robert Patterson

 

Laylicri-Emily Browning

 

Tsera-Tilda Swinton

 

 

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Connie Lansberg is a singer/songwriter and now author based in Melbourne Australia. She's had her original songs placed in some of Australia's best loved TV shows that play around the world and The Connie Lansberg Quartet is a fixture in the Melbourne jazz scene. Her most recent original musical project is Tsera’s Gift, written especially for The Perfect Tear and she performs these songs throughout Melbourne. This is Connie's first novel and the movie is coming. The record will be out soon.

 


Connie has received several grants from the Victoria Council of the Arts for the development of mobile phone games that she created.

 


Connie joined the Melbourne Writers Group in 2010 to work on ideas and scripts and during this time the idea for The Perfect Tear began to develop and take shape. She continued her education by taking scriptwriting classes at the Australian Film and Television School in Melbourne. She has two more stories to complete The Perfect Tear Trilogy and is hoping to have the second book finished in 2017.

 


"The first thing anybody tells you about this business is to say what makes you unique and different, but I couldn't and the very idea of it never sat well with me and after much deliberation, I finally realized why.

 


Because, I'm not unique or different-I'm exactly like you and I love that. We each have a unique filter through which we interpret the world, and with this filter in place, I write stories and songs and you might find them surprising or intriguing or confronting, you may relate or you may not. They may make you laugh and sometimes, even cry.

 


You may or may not understand what I'm trying to say and you may not understand me, however, rest assured, once we get past the filters, at our core, we are wonderfully and beautifully, exactly the same."

 

 

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{Blog Tour w/Giveaway} Rise of the Deva'shi by Jennifer Allis Provost

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Rise of the Deva'shi (Parthalan #3) Author: Jennifer Allis Provost Genre: Fantasy/Science Fiction/ Young Adult Tour Dates: 20th-24th of March Hosted by: Ultimate Fantasy Book Tours

 

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A stolen girl. A legendary champion. A plan that might destroy Parthalan once and for all… Aeolmar, First Hunter of Parthalan, leads a solitary life. Having long since abandoned his quest to kill Mersgoth—the demon that murdered his family—Aeolmar moves through his days with cold efficiency. Everything changes when he leads a training mission in Brennus, where he’s attacked by Mersgoth himself, and saved by an unlikely heroine. Latera, first born and heir to Gannera’s throne, is kidnapped and left for dead in Parthalan’s vast forests. A lone human amongst Parthalan’s fae, she makes a home in Brennus, and lives a quiet life—until she finds herself defending a wounded First Hunter from a clutch of demons. Back in Parthalan, Harek warns Asherah of something called the deva’shi—a warrior loyal only to the demon lord, Asgeloth. Both Aeolmar and Latera suspect that there is more to this deva’shi than what Harek has told them, but before they can learn the truth, Parthalan’s borders are attacked. Will Aeolmar and Latera be able to stop the deva’shi in time, or is it a distraction to hide Harek’s true plans? RISE OF THE DEVA’SHI – book three of the Chronicles of Parthalan

 

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10 Things I’ve Learned About Being An Author

 

1. PROMOTION. Even though I’ve worked as a publicist, and have a degree in marketing, I had no idea of the amount of promotion expected of an author. We need to be constantly updating our blogs, tweeting, friending, and spreading the word about our awesomeness.

2. YOU CAN’T DO IT ALL FROM YOUR LAPTOP. Well, the writing part, yeah, but being an author doesn’t end when you submit your work for publication, or even when you hold the first edition in your hand. Virtual promo is great (check out this awesome blog tour I’m on), but nothing beats getting out there and meeting the readers.

3. SHARE THE LOVE. Promote your fellow authors, and they, in turn, will promote you. Join book clubs, author forums, and retweet like mad. Remember, authors are readers first, and readers are always looking for something new. On that note…

4. FAN FICTION: AWESOME YET SCARY. My fans are, without a doubt, the awesomesauce. However, sometimes things get a little weird. For instance, I once received a piece of fan fiction based on Heir to the Sun, book #1 of the Chronicles of Parthalan. Now, what I’d written wasn’t exactly YA, but this piece of writing was bordering on Fifty Shades of Grey. That…was weird. However, the author had written it because she loved my characters, and wanted to explore their feeling for one another. How could I be anything but flattered?

5. LIBRARIANS ARE YOUR FRIEND. As are booksellers, coffee shop owners, and anyplace else that might have books laying around. These are the folks who will shelve your work, and spread the word far and wide. I have an author friend who dropped off a copy of her book at her chiropractor; it was an anthology, so it was left out in the waiting room. That one donated copy led to her booking four book store appearances and a library event.

6. ALWAYS BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR NEW MARKETS. No book stores or libraries in your area? Well, you should move. In the meantime, what else is out there? If your book is paranormal or fantasy, contact the local spiritual shop. Faith based? Try church organizations. Amusement park nearby? If your book is geared toward younger readers, ask them if they have story time. If it’s adult paranormal, maybe work out a Halloween event. Really, the only thing limiting you is your imagination.

7. DON’T FORGET TO CELEBRATE THE VICTORIES. Your first five-star review, your first blog tour, your first book signing are all important. Post about them on your blog, tweet about them, and have some chocolate (or wine) to celebrate.

8. DON’T SWEAT THE SMALL STUFF. Hey, bad reviews happen. Like any form of art, literature is subjective, and no matter how awesome your work is not everyone will enjoy it. And, it’s okay to have a little chocolate (or wine) to lift your spirits.

9. ATTEND CONFERENCES, CONVENTIONS, AND OTHER EVENTS. Yep, I’m advising you to get out there yet again. Networking with other authors will not only help your career, you’ll hear all about the things we don’t post on line: which publishers offer better advances, what editors are great to work with (and who to avoid), and other juicy tidbits. Besides the behind the scenes info, you’ll also get up close and personal with those who may have shaped your career. Why, I once got into a heated debate with Tamora Pierce (yes, that Tamora Pierce) about The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley. Which leads me to the best piece of advice I’ve ever gotten…

10. YOUR FRONT LIST SELLS YOUR BACK LIST. Many moons ago, I self-published my first book, and it was a hot mess. I literally knew nothing about publishing, and as this fact was becoming crystal clear I was freaking out. At an event for Holly Black and Cassandra Clare, I had a moment to speak to Ms. Black and shared that I thought I’d wrecked my writing career before it had even started. You know what she said?

“Write something else. Your front list sells your back list; the more you put out there, the more notice you’ll get. Trust me, in a few years people will want to see your earlier works, no matter what they’re like.”

I took her advice. Eight novels later, here I am.

Did I know everything when I started out? Not by a long shot. But man, I’ve enjoyed learning.

 

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Jennifer Allis Provost is a native New Englander who lives in a sprawling colonial along with her beautiful and precocious twins, a dog, two birds, three cats, and a wonderful husband who never forgets to buy ice cream. As a child, she read anything and everything she could get her hands on, including a set of encyclopedias, but fantasy was always her favorite. She spends her days drinking vast amounts of coffee, arguing with her computer, and avoiding any and all domestic behavior.

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