The ExtraNormal Blog Tour officially gets underway TODAY! It runs from April 23 through May 4 and it's got some fantastic blogs participating! There will be contests, reviews, author interviews, character interviews, you name it. Plus, a giveaway of an ExtraNormal T-shirt, a paperback copy of ExtraNormal, signed ExtraNormal bookmarks, and a Kindle. Yes, a KINDLE!
So how can you win this awesome ExtraNormal giveaway? Earn points! Visit the participating blogs each day of the tour and interact in some way - follow their blog, comment on their post, find them on Facebook or Twitter, etc. Extra points on the blogger's participation day! The author of ExtraNormal, Suze Reese, will be posting everyday on her blog, and you can earn points by commenting on her posts too!
For details on the giveaway, as well as more information on the blog tour, visit the ExtraNormal Blog Tour page on Suze Reese's blog.
My day to post for the blog tour is April 25 - be sure to come back and visit the Book Nook on that day! You'll get to read my interview with my favorite character from ExtraNormal, AND you can win points for the giveaway too! :D
Have you read ExtraNormal yet? You MUST. It's an incredible YA paranormal romance. It's already had a soft release for Kindle, and the full release in paperback is today! Find it on Goodreads and Amazon!
First in the ExtraNormal series. From Goodreads:
"Mira Johns is pretty much like any other teenage girl. Except that she knows how to harness electro-magnetic energy to communicate without words. And she's really, really far from home. Her assignment as an emissary to Earth sounds fairly simple: blend in, observe, and stay away from the planet’s primitive males. But after she finds one mysterious boy too irresistible for stupid rules, she realizes the real reason she's supposed to keep her distance: mates from her world can die if separated. But a series of serious accidents make it clear that someone wants to force her return. Mira decides her only hope is to uncover the truth to why she, the most mediocre of candidates, was actually chosen for this assignment—before the agency discovers her secret and sends her back home."