Tour Sign Up: On the Hook by Francisco X Stork

Tour Sign Up: On the Hook by Francisco X Stork

Publication date: May 18, 2021

Publisher: Scholastic Press

Pages: 304

Genre: YA Contemporary

Representation: Mexican- American Representation

Other Links: Goodreads | Amazon | IndieBound


Synopsis:

You think you’re better than everyone else?
Listen to me, I’m going to kill you.”

Hector has always minded his own business, working hard to make his way to a better life someday. He’s the chess team champion, helps the family with his job at the grocery, and teaches his little sister to shoot hoops overhand.

Until Joey singles him out. Joey, whose older brother, Chavo, is head of the Discípulos gang, tells Hector that he’s going to kill him: maybe not today, or tomorrow, but someday. And Hector, frozen with fear, does nothing. From that day forward, Hector’s death is hanging over his head every time he leaves the house. He tries to fade into the shadows – to drop off Joey’s radar – to become no one.

But when a fight between Chavo and Hector’s brother Fili escalates, Hector is left with no choice but to take a stand.

The violent confrontation will take Hector places he never expected, including a reform school where he has to live side-by-side with his enemy, Joey. It’s up to Hector to choose whether he’s going to lose himself to revenge or get back to the hard work of living.

About The Author


Francisco X. Stork was born in Mexico. He moved to El Paso Texas with his adoptive father and mother when he was nine. He attended Spring Hill College, Harvard University and Columbia Law School. He worked as an attorney for thirty-three years before retiring in 2015. He is married and has two grown children and four beautiful grandkids. He loves to discover new books and authors. His favorite books are those where the author’s soul touches his.

WebsiteGoodreads


About the Tour

This tour is open for book bloggers and booktubers who can review the book on their designated dates. It is open to readers from all over the world, with priority given to those who identify as Mexican-American. The official hashtag for the tour will be #OnTheHookTour.

The tour will run from May 12th to May 18th. Reviews are required of all our hosts, but if you end up not enjoying the book we are happy to work with you to provide additional creative content on your stop.

For this tour, only digital copies are available. Please be aware of this when signing up for this tour and planning your content! The CP Tours team will send out confirmation emails when sign ups close and post the tour schedule on our Twitter and Instagram, as well as in an email sent to the tour hosts.a

If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below, DM us on any of our social media pages, or email us at coloredpagestours@gmail[dot]com

SIGN UP HERE!

Tour Schedule: The Cost of Knowing

Tour Schedule: The Cost of Knowing

Hello friends!

The Colored Pages Team is super excited to announce the confirmed schedule for yet another amazing book: The Cost of Knowing!

Thank you to everyone that signed up and helped spread the word to ensure we find as many International and Own Voices readers as possible. We are so happy with the incredible response to this tour!

Remember to check our hosts’ posts during the week of the tour and help promote the release of The Cost of Knowing.

About the Book


Publication date:
April 6th 2021

Publisher: Simon Schuster Books for Young Readers

Pages: 336

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

Representation: Black American

Other Links: GOODREADSAMAZONBOOKSHOP


Dear Martin meets They Both Die at the End in this gripping, evocative novel about a Black teen who has the power to see into the future, whose life turns upside down when he foresees his younger brother’s imminent death, from the acclaimed author of SLAY.

Sixteen-year-old Alex Rufus is trying his best. He tries to be the best employee he can be at the local ice cream shop; the best boyfriend he can be to his amazing girlfriend, Talia; the best protector he can be over his little brother, Isaiah. But as much as Alex tries, he often comes up short.

It’s hard to for him to be present when every time he touches an object or person, Alex sees into its future. When he touches a scoop, he has a vision of him using it to scoop ice cream. When he touches his car, he sees it years from now, totaled and underwater. When he touches Talia, he sees them at the precipice of breaking up, and that terrifies him. Alex feels these visions are a curse, distracting him, making him anxious and unable to live an ordinary life.

And when Alex touches a photo that gives him a vision of his brother’s imminent death, everything changes.

With Alex now in a race against time, death, and circumstances, he and Isaiah must grapple with their past, their future, and what it means to be a young Black man in America in the present.


About the Author

Brittney Morris is the author of SLAY. She holds a BA in Economics from Boston University because back then, she wanted to be a financial analyst. (She’s now thankful that didn’t happen). She spends her spare time reading, playing indie video games, and enjoying the Seattle rain from her apartment. She lives with her husband Steven who would rather enjoy the rain from a campsite in the woods because he hasn’t played enough horror games. Brittney is the founder and former president of the Boston University Creative Writing Club, a four-time NaNoWriMo winner and a 2018 Pitch Wars mentor.

WebsiteGoodreads


Tour Schedule

April 6th 

Cosmicnreads – Favorite Quotes

The Litt Librarian – Review Only 

April 7th 

The turn of a Page – Mood Board

Bookish_gal512 – Book Recommendations 

April 8th

BookinItWithAhtiya – Blog Interview 

Signed Iza – Review Only 

Cam Reviews Books – Book recommendations 

April 9th

The Paper Reels – Favorite Quotes

Novel Sistah’s Literary Meditations and Reflections – Playlist

April 10th

Justice For Readers – Playlist 

The Reading Fairy – Blog Interview 

April 11th

Glendaofalltime – Review Only 

mac n’ books – Reading vlog 

PopTheButterfly Reads – Review Only 

April 12th 

@FandomFr3nzy – Creative Content

Starred Pages – Reading Vlog 

Reading Stewardess  – Playlist 

Tour Sign-Ups: Gearbreakers[closed]

Tour Sign-Ups: Gearbreakers[closed]

Publication date: June 29th 2021

Publisher: feiwel friends

Pages: 416 pages

Genre: YA Science Fiction

Representation: Asian, Asian American, Sapphic

Other Links: GoodreadsAmazonBookshop


Synopsis:

Two girls on opposite sides of a war discover they’re fighting for a common purpose—and falling for each other—in Zoe Hana Mikuta’s high-octane debut Gearbreakers, perfect for fans of Pacific Rim, Pierce Brown’s Red Rising Saga, and Marie Lu’s Legend series.

We went past praying to deities and started to build them instead…

The shadow of Godolia’s tyrannical rule is spreading, aided by their giant mechanized weapons known as Windups. War and oppression are everyday constants for the people of the Badlands, who live under the thumb of their cruel Godolia overlords.

Eris Shindanai is a Gearbreaker, a brash young rebel who specializes in taking down Windups from the inside. When one of her missions goes awry and she finds herself in a Godolia prison, Eris meets Sona Steelcrest, a cybernetically enhanced Windup pilot. At first Eris sees Sona as her mortal enemy, but Sona has a secret: She has intentionally infiltrated the Windup program to destroy Godolia from within.

As the clock ticks down to their deadliest mission yet, a direct attack to end Godolia’s reign once and for all, Eris and Sona grow closer–as comrades, friends, and perhaps something more…

About The Author

photo by Kiva Brearton

Zoe Hana Mikuta currently attends the University of Washington in Seattle, studying English with a creative writing focus. She grew up in Boulder, Colorado, where she developed a deep love of Muay Thai kickboxing and nurtured a slow and steady infatuation for fictional worlds. When she is not writing, Zoe can be found embroidering runes onto her jean pockets, studying tarot or herbology, or curled up with a cup of caramel coffee and a good, bloody but heartwarming book. Gearbreakers is her debut novel.

Goodreads


About the Tour

This tour is open for book bloggers, booktubers and bookstagrammers who can review the book on their designated dates. It is open to US-based and International readers, with priority given to those who identify as Asian, Asian-american, Womxn/Womxn. The official hashtag for the tour will be #GearbreakersTour .

The tour will run from June 23rd to 29th. Reviews are required of all our hosts, but if you end up not enjoying the book we are happy to work with you to provide additional creative content on your stop.

For this tour, only digital ARCs will be available. Please be aware of this when signing up for this tour and planning your content! The CP Tours team will send out confirmation emails when sign ups close and post the tour schedule on our Twitter and Instagram, as well as in an email sent to the tour hosts.

If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below, DM us on any of our social media pages, or email us at coloredpagestours@gmail[dot]com

SIGN UP HERE!

Blog Tour Sign-Up: The Cost of Knowing[closed]

Blog Tour Sign-Up: The Cost of Knowing[closed]

Publication date: April 6th 2021

Publisher: Simon Schuster Books for Young Readers

Pages: 336

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

Representation: Black American

Other Links: GOODREADSAMAZONBOOKSHOP


Synopsis:

Dear Martin meets They Both Die at the End in this gripping, evocative novel about a Black teen who has the power to see into the future, whose life turns upside down when he foresees his younger brother’s imminent death, from the acclaimed author of SLAY.

Sixteen-year-old Alex Rufus is trying his best. He tries to be the best employee he can be at the local ice cream shop; the best boyfriend he can be to his amazing girlfriend, Talia; the best protector he can be over his little brother, Isaiah. But as much as Alex tries, he often comes up short.

It’s hard to for him to be present when every time he touches an object or person, Alex sees into its future. When he touches a scoop, he has a vision of him using it to scoop ice cream. When he touches his car, he sees it years from now, totaled and underwater. When he touches Talia, he sees them at the precipice of breaking up, and that terrifies him. Alex feels these visions are a curse, distracting him, making him anxious and unable to live an ordinary life.

And when Alex touches a photo that gives him a vision of his brother’s imminent death, everything changes.

With Alex now in a race against time, death, and circumstances, he and Isaiah must grapple with their past, their future, and what it means to be a young Black man in America in the present.

About The Author

Brittney Morris is the author of SLAY. She holds a BA in Economics from Boston University because back then, she wanted to be a financial analyst. (She’s now thankful that didn’t happen). She spends her spare time reading, playing indie video games, and enjoying the Seattle rain from her apartment. She lives with her husband Steven who would rather enjoy the rain from a campsite in the woods because he hasn’t played enough horror games. Brittney is the founder and former president of the Boston University Creative Writing Club, a four-time NaNoWriMo winner and a 2018 Pitch Wars mentor.

WebsiteGoodreads


About the Tour

This tour is open for book bloggers, booktubers and bookstagrammers who can review the book on their designated dates. It is open to International readers, with priority given to those who identify as Black. The official hashtag for the tour will be #The CostofKnowingTour .

The tour will run from April 6th to April 12th. Reviews are required of all our hosts, but if you end up not enjoying the book we are happy to work with you to provide additional creative content on your stop.

For this tour, only digital ARCs will be available. Please be aware of this when signing up for this tour and planning your content! The CP Tours team will send out confirmation emails when sign ups close and post the tour schedule on our Twitter and Instagram, as well as in an email sent to the tour hosts.

If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below, DM us on any of our social media pages, or email us at coloredpagestours@gmail[dot]com

SIGN UP HERE!

Bookstagram Tour Sign-Ups: Love and Other Moods

Bookstagram Tour Sign-Ups: Love and Other Moods

Publication date: December 10th, 2020

Pages: 324 pages

Genre: New Adult/ Adult Romance

Representation: East Asian-American, East Asian

 Goodreads – Amazon 


Synopsis:

Love and Other Moods is a coming-of-age story set in contemporary China, about falling in love, learning to adult, finding strength, and discovering one’s place in the world.

Naomi Kita-Fan uproots her life from New York to China when her fiancé’s company transfers him to Shanghai. After a disastrous turn of events, Naomi finds herself with no job, no boyfriend, and nowhere to live in a foreign country.

Amidst the backdrop of Shanghai welcoming millions of workers and visitors to the 2010 World Expo, we meet a tapestry of characters through Naomi: Joss Kong, a Shanghai socialite who leads an enviable life, but must harbor the secrets of her husband, Tay Kai Tang. Logan Hayden, a womanizing restaurateur looking for love in all the wrong places. Pan Jinsung and Ouyang Zhangjie, a silver-aged couple struggling with adapting to the ever-changing faces of their city. Dante Ouyang, who had just returned to China after spending years overseas, must choose between being filial and being in love. All their dreams and aspirations interweave within the sprawling web of Shanghai.

This multilayered novel explores a kaleidoscope of shifting relationships——familial friction, amorous entanglements, volatile friendships——in one of the most dynamic metropolises of the twenty-first century.

About The Author

Crystal Z. Lee is a Taiwanese American bilingual writer and a member of the Asian Authors Alliance. She has called many places home, including Taipei, New York, Shanghai, and the San Francisco Bay Area. She was formerly a public relations executive who had worked with brands in the fashion, beauty, technology, and automotive industries. Love and Other Moods is her first New Adult novel. Her debut children’s book is forthcoming in 2021.

Website – Goodreads


About the Tour

This tour is open only for bookstagrammers who can review the book on their designated dates. It is open to both US-based and international readers, with priority given to those bookstagrammers who identify as East Asian, East Asian-American, Asian and Asian-American. The official hashtag for the tour will be #LoveAndOtherMoodsTour.

The tour will run from March 25th to March 31st. Reviews are required of all our hosts, but if you end up not enjoying the book we are happy to work with you to provide additional creative content on your stop.

For this tour, we have physical and digital copies for both US and International readers. Please be aware of this when signing up for this tour and planning your content! The CP Tours team will send out confirmation emails when sign ups close and post the tour schedule on our Twitter and Instagram, as well as in an email sent to the tour hosts.

If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below, DM us on any of our social media pages, or email us at coloredpagestours@gmail[dot]com

SIGN UP HERE!

Tour Schedule: The Mirror Season

Tour Schedule: The Mirror Season

Hello friends!

The Colored Pages Team is super excited to announce the confirmed schedule for yet another amazing book: The Mirror Season!

Thank you to everyone that signed up and helped spread the word to ensure we find as many Own Voices readers as possible. We are so happy with the incredible response to this tour!

Remember to check our hosts’ posts during the week of the tour and help promote the release of The Mirror Season.

About the Book

Publication date: March 16th, 2021

Publisher: Feiwel and Friends

Pages: 320

Genre: YA Fantasy

Representation: Latinx, LGBTQIA+

Other Links: Goodreads – Amazon – Bookshop.org


“An unforgettable story of trauma and healing, told in achingly beautiful prose with great tenderness and care.” —#1 New York Times-bestselling author Karen M. McManus

When two teens discover that they were both sexually assaulted at the same party, they develop a cautious friendship through her family’s possibly-magical pastelería, his secret forest of otherworldly trees, and the swallows returning to their hometown, in Anna-Marie McLemore’s The Mirror Season

Graciela Cristales’ whole world changes after she and a boy she barely knows are assaulted at the same party. She loses her gift for making enchanted pan dulce. Neighborhood trees vanish overnight, while mirrored glass appears, bringing reckless magic with it. And Ciela is haunted by what happened to her, and what happened to the boy whose name she never learned.

But when the boy, Lock, shows up at Ciela’s school, he has no memory of that night, and no clue that a single piece of mirrored glass is taking his life apart. Ciela decides to help him, which means hiding the truth about that night. Because Ciela knows who assaulted her, and him. And she knows that her survival, and his, depend on no one finding out what really happened.


About the Author

Photo by Christina Grout

Anna-Marie McLemore (they/them) writes magical realism and fairy tales that are as queer, Latinx, and nonbinary as they are. Their books include THE WEIGHT OF FEATHERS, a 2016 William C. Morris YA Debut Award Finalist; 2017 Stonewall Honor Book WHEN THE MOON WAS OURS, which was longlisted for the National Book Award in Young People’s Literature and was the winner of the James Tiptree Jr. Award; WILD BEAUTY, a Kirkus, School Library Journal, and Booklist best book of 2017; BLANCA & ROJA, a New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice; MISS METEOR (co-authored with Tehlor Kay Mejia); DARK AND DEEPEST RED, a Winter 2020 Indie Next List selection; and the forthcoming THE MIRROR SEASON.

Website – Goodreads


Tour Schedule

April 05th

Here There Be Magic – Reading & Baking Vlog

The Book Of Faerie – Favorite Quotes

April 06th

Pastelwriter – Review Only 

Sanjariti – Favorite Quotes

April 07th

Sharon Velez Diodonet – Favorite Quotes

Perpetual Pages – Instagram post

A Cup Of Nicole – Reading Vlog 

April 08th 

Colorfullybookish – Mood Board

Book Lover’s Book Reviews – Review Only 

April 09th

Andrea Beatriz Arango – Book Recommendations based on book 

April 10th

The Fine Art Of Reading – Favorite Quotes

Ana Annotated – Reading Journal Spread

Bookmindset – Review Only 

April 11th

Miss Linda Bennet – Fanart

CurlytopReads – Review Only

Tour Schedule: A Pho Love Story

Tour Schedule: A Pho Love Story

Hello friends!

The Colored Pages Team is super excited to announce the confirmed schedule for yet another amazing book: A Pho Love Story!

Thank you to everyone that signed up and helped spread the word to ensure we find as many Own Voices readers as possible. We are so happy with the incredible response to this tour!

Remember to check our hosts’ posts during the week of the tour and help promote the release of A Pho Love Story.

About the Book

Publication date: February 9th, 2021

Publisher: Simon and Schuster for Young Readers

Pages: 416

Genre: YA Contemporary

Representation: Vietnamese-American

Other Links:  Goodreads – Amazon – Bookshop.org


When Dimple Met Rishi meets Ugly Delicious in this funny, smart romantic comedy, in which two Vietnamese-American teens fall in love and must navigate their newfound relationship amid their families’ age-old feud about their competing, neighboring restaurants.

If Bao Nguyen had to describe himself, he’d say he was a rock. Steady and strong, but not particularly interesting. His grades are average, his social status unremarkable. He works at his parents’ pho restaurant, and even there, he is his parents’ fifth favorite employee. Not ideal.

If Linh Mai had to describe herself, she’d say she was a firecracker. Stable when unlit, but full of potential for joy and fire. She loves art and dreams pursuing a career in it. The only problem? Her parents rely on her in ways they’re not willing to admit, including working practically full-time at her family’s pho restaurant.

For years, the Mais and the Nguyens have been at odds, having owned competing, neighboring pho restaurants. Bao and Linh, who’ve avoided each other for most of their lives, both suspect that the feud stems from feelings much deeper than friendly competition.

But then a chance encounter brings Linh and Bao in the same vicinity despite their best efforts and sparks fly, leading them both to wonder what took so long for them to connect. But then, of course, they immediately remember.


About the Author

Photo by Christina Grout

Loan Le is the youngest child of two Vietnamese immigrants hailing from Nha Trang. She holds an MFA degree in fiction from Fairfield University, also her undergraduate alma mater. A Pushcart Prize–nominated writer, her short stories have appeared in CRAFT Literary, Mud Season Review, and Angel City Review. Loan is an editor at Simon and Schuster’s Atria Books imprint and lives in Manhattan. A Pho Love Story is her first novel. Visit her website at writerloanle.com and find her on Twitter @loanloan.

Website – Goodreads


Tour Schedule

February 9th 

Book Rambler – Welcome Post / Review

Acapricornreads  – Favorite quotes

February 10th 

The Mind of a Book Dragon – Review in GIFs 

Shelf Explanatory  – Review 

Bymyshelf – Interview 

February 11th 

Reading On A Star – Author guest post

Mixaphoria –  craft cocktail inspired by the story

February 12th 

Margie’s Must Reads – Book recommendations based on book

this belle reads too – Review and mood board

February 13th 

Allegory of Words –  Interview 

Dearrivarie – Mood board 

Book Lover’s Book Reviews – Review 

February 14th 

Know Your Books – Favorite quotes

too much miya – Favorite quotes 

The Book View – Mood board 

February 15th 

Portals Into Books – Mood board
Bitacoradesofi – Review

Remember to check out the amazing posts of our host during the tour! 

Tour Schedule: Gearbreakers

Tour Schedule: Gearbreakers

Hello friends!

The Colored Pages Team is super excited to announce the confirmed schedule for yet another amazing book: Gearbreakers!

Thank you to everyone that signed up and helped spread the word to ensure we find as many International and Own Voices readers as possible. We are so happy with the incredible response to this tour!

Remember to check our hosts’ posts during the week of the tour and help promote the release of Gearbreakers.

About the Book

Publication date: June 29th 2021

Publisher: feiwel friends

Pages: 416 pages

Genre: YA Science Fiction

Representation: Asian, Asian American, Sapphic

Other Links: GoodreadsAmazonBookshop


We went past praying to deities and started to build them instead…

The shadow of Godolia’s tyrannical rule is spreading, aided by their giant mechanized weapons known as Windups. War and oppression are everyday constants for the people of the Badlands, who live under the thumb of their cruel Godolia overlords.

Eris Shindanai is a Gearbreaker, a brash young rebel who specializes in taking down Windups from the inside. When one of her missions goes awry and she finds herself in a Godolia prison, Eris meets Sona Steelcrest, a cybernetically enhanced Windup pilot. At first Eris sees Sona as her mortal enemy, but Sona has a secret: She has intentionally infiltrated the Windup program to destroy Godolia from within.

As the clock ticks down to their deadliest mission yet, a direct attack to end Godolia’s reign once and for all, Eris and Sona grow closer–as comrades, friends, and perhaps something more…


About the Author

photo by Kiva Brearton

Zoe Hana Mikuta currently attends the University of Washington in Seattle, studying English with a creative writing focus. She grew up in Boulder, Colorado, where she developed a deep love of Muay Thai kickboxing and nurtured a slow and steady infatuation for fictional worlds. When she is not writing, Zoe can be found embroidering runes onto her jean pockets, studying tarot or herbology, or curled up with a cup of caramel coffee and a good, bloody but heartwarming book. Gearbreakers is her debut novel.

Goodreads


Tour Schedule

June 23rd

Sapphire Bubble – Blog Interview

Bookshelf Life – Favorite Quotes

June 24th

@canonicallychaotic – Favorite Quotes

BookedwithEmma – Review Only

June 25th 

Sophie Ligaya dela Cruz – Reading Vlog 

HoadingBooks.HerdingCats – Favorite Quotes

June 26th

Starlight Strands – Review Only

Januisance – Blog Interview

Debjani’s Thoughts – Review Only

The Tsundoku Chronicles – Favorite Quotes

June 27th

An Ode to Fiction – Review Only

Rainstorm Reads – Playlist

Of Stars and Pages – Favorite Quotes

June 28th

Not Just Fiction – X Reasons to Read Gearbreakers

Thisbellereadstoo – Review Only

Pastelwriter – Review Only 

June 29th

Melancholic Blithe – Blog Interview

Windows to Worlds – Review Only 

The_offbeat_human – Playlist

Bookwyrm’s Guide to the Galaxy – Pinterest Board and Playlist

Bookstagram Tour Schedule: Love and Other Moods

Bookstagram Tour Schedule: Love and Other Moods

Hello friends!

The Colored Pages Team is super excited to announce the confirmed schedule for yet another amazing book: Love and Other Moods!

Thank you to everyone that signed up and helped spread the word to ensure we find as many International and Own Voices readers as possible. We are so happy with the incredible response to this tour!

Remember to check our hosts’ posts during the week of the tour and help promote the release of Love and Other Moods.

About the Book

Publication date: December 10th, 2020

Pages: 324 pages

Genre: New Adult/ Adult Romance

Representation: East Asian-American, East Asian

 Goodreads – Amazon 


Love and Other Moods is a coming-of-age story set in contemporary China, about falling in love, learning to adult, finding strength, and discovering one’s place in the world.

Naomi Kita-Fan uproots her life from New York to China when her fiancé’s company transfers him to Shanghai. After a disastrous turn of events, Naomi finds herself with no job, no boyfriend, and nowhere to live in a foreign country.

Amidst the backdrop of Shanghai welcoming millions of workers and visitors to the 2010 World Expo, we meet a tapestry of characters through Naomi: Joss Kong, a Shanghai socialite who leads an enviable life, but must harbor the secrets of her husband, Tay Kai Tang. Logan Hayden, a womanizing restaurateur looking for love in all the wrong places. Pan Jinsung and Ouyang Zhangjie, a silver-aged couple struggling with adapting to the ever-changing faces of their city. Dante Ouyang, who had just returned to China after spending years overseas, must choose between being filial and being in love. All their dreams and aspirations interweave within the sprawling web of Shanghai.

This multilayered novel explores a kaleidoscope of shifting relationships——familial friction, amorous entanglements, volatile friendships——in one of the most dynamic metropolises of the twenty-first century.


About the Author

Crystal Z. Lee is a Taiwanese American bilingual writer and a member of the Asian Authors Alliance. She has called many places home, including Taipei, New York, Shanghai, and the San Francisco Bay Area. She was formerly a public relations executive who had worked with brands in the fashion, beauty, technology, and automotive industries. Love and Other Moods is her first New Adult novel. Her debut children’s book is forthcoming in 2021.

Website – Goodreads


Tour Schedule

March 25th

Stars Brite – Review

March 26th

Book Rambler – Review

Quills and Inkpot – Favorite quotes (Content Creator’s Choice)

March 27th

Mabookyard – Favorite quotes (Content Creator’s Choice)

Shelf Love – Playlist (Content Creator’s Choice)

March 28th

JohsJournal – Reading Journal spread

The_offbeat_human – Mood board (Content Creator’s Choice)

March 29th

theshenners – Playlist (Creator’s Choice)

What Irin Reads – Review

March 30th

Acapricornreads – Mood board (Content Creator’s Choice)

Jennsorganizedshelf – Playlist (Content Creator’s Choice)

March 31st

For The Love of Fictional Worlds – Favorite quotes (Content Creator’s Choice)

Words of Mystery – Review


If you have any scheduling concerns or do not receive your copy at least a week prior to your tour date, please reach out to us via email.

Tour Schedule: The Mary Shelley Book Club

Tour Schedule: The Mary Shelley Book Club

Hello friends!

The Colored Pages Team is super excited to announce the confirmed schedule for yet another amazing book: The Mary Shelley Club!

Thank you to everyone that signed up and helped spread the word to ensure we find as many Own Voices readers as possible. We are so happy with the incredible response to this tour!

Remember to check our hosts’ posts during the week of the tour and help promote the release of The Mary Shelley Club.

About the Book

Publication Date: April 13th 2021

Publisher: Henry Holt & Co

Pages: 480 pages

Genre: YA Horror/Thriller, Suspense

Diversity tags: Latinx

Other links: Goodreads | Amazon |Bookshop.org


New York Times –bestselling author Goldy Moldavsky delivers a deliciously twisty YA thriller that’s Scream meets Karen McManus about a mysterious club with an obsession for horror.

New girl Rachel Chavez is eager to make a fresh start at Manchester Prep. But as one of the few scholarship kids, Rachel struggles to fit in, and when she gets caught up in a prank gone awry, she ends up with more enemies than friends.

To her surprise, however, the prank attracts the attention of the Mary Shelley Club, a secret club of students with one objective: come up with the scariest prank to orchestrate real fear. But as the pranks escalate, the competition turns cutthroat and takes on a life of its own.

When the tables are turned and someone targets the club itself, Rachel must track down the real-life monster in their midst . . . even if it means finally confronting the dark secrets from her past.


About the Author

Photo credit Dana Goldstein

Goldy Moldavsky was born in Lima, Peru, and grew up in Brooklyn, where she still lives. Her novels include the New York Times bestseller, KILL THE BOY BAND, NO GOOD DEED, and the upcoming THE MARY SHELLEY CLUB (Henry Holt Books, 2021); her love of 80s movies, 90s boy bands, and horror flicks hugely influences her work. She can be found on Twitter and Instagram @goldywrites.

Website – Goodreads


Tour Schedule

March 1st

Jainny Reads – Review Only

Unconventional Quirky Bibliophile – Favorite Quotes  

March 2nd

Pastel Writer – Review Only

A library of my own – Review Only 

March 3rd

Books and Dice – Favorite Quotes

Mel Reads – Reading Vlog 

March 4th

A Cup Of Nicole – Reading Vlog 

Bookishplants – Favorite Quotes 

March 5th

The Bookish Skies – Review Only 

The Book View – Share an excerpt

March 6th

Sanjariti – Favorite Quotes

Loveless Degrees – Book Recommendations Based On Book 

March 7th

By My Shelf – Review Only

A Reader’s Reaction – Reading Blog Naturemamareads – Mood Board