Tour Schedule: Bounce Back by Misako Rocks

Tour Schedule: Bounce Back by Misako Rocks

Hello friends!

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

Thank you to everyone that signed up and helped spread the word to ensure we find as many International 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 Bounce Back.

About the Book

Publication date: October 19th, 2021

Publisher: Feiwel and Friends (Macmillan)

Pages: 272

Genre: Middle Grade Graphic Novel

Representation: Japanese

Other Links: GoodreadsAmazonIndieBound


Friendship, a new school, and a bit of magic converge in this full-color graphic novel.

Lilico’s life in Japan is going well. She has great friends and is the captain of the school’s basketball team. She’s happy!

Then comes her parents’ news: they’re moving to America! Before she knows it, Lilico finds herself in Brooklyn, New York, forced to start all over. And that won’t be easy with her closest friends thousands of miles away or a school bully who immediately dislikes her.

Luckily, anime-loving Nala and Henry eventually befriend Lilico and with help from them—along with her guardian spirit who looks a lot like her cat, Nico—Lilico just might figure out where she fits in.


About the Author

MISAKO ROCKS! is the creator of Biker Girl and Rock and Roll Love. A self-taught artist from a family of law-enforcement officials, Misako moved to the United States from Japan as a teenager. She now lives in Brooklyn, New York.

About Author

Website – Goodreads


Tour Schedule

November 16th

Emotional Medley – Mood Board

Mella’s Musings – Favorite Quotes 

November 17th 

Krithiques – Review Only 

Bookishdregs – Favorite Quotes

November 18th

Curlytop Reads – Review Only

WordsandCyphers – Mood Board  

November 19th 

Miju’s Book Life – Reading Vlog

@bookgirl_sulagna – Review Only  

November 20th

Lyrical Reads – Book Recommendations Based On Book 

Lone Vixen Reads – Review Only 

November 21st 

Crazykidjournal – Review Only 

November 22nd

READING (AS)(I)AN (AM)ERICA – Playlist

Tour Sign Ups: Bounce Back by Misako Rocks

Tour Sign Ups: Bounce Back by Misako Rocks

Publication date: October 19th, 2021

Publisher: Feiwel and Friends (Macmillan)

Pages: 272

Genre: Middle Grade Graphic Novel

Representation: Japanese

Other Links: Goodreads | Amazon | IndieBound


Synopsis:

Friendship, a new school, and a bit of magic converge in this full-color graphic novel.

Lilico’s life in Japan is going well. She has great friends and is the captain of the school’s basketball team. She’s happy!

Then comes her parents’ news: they’re moving to America! Before she knows it, Lilico finds herself in Brooklyn, New York, forced to start all over. And that won’t be easy with her closest friends thousands of miles away or a school bully who immediately dislikes her.

Luckily, anime-loving Nala and Henry eventually befriend Lilico and with help from them—along with her guardian spirit who looks a lot like her cat, Nico—Lilico just might figure out where she fits in.

About The Author

MISAKO ROCKS! is the creator of Biker Girl and Rock and Roll Love. A self-taught artist from a family of law-enforcement officials, Misako moved to the United States from Japan as a teenager. She now lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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. The official hashtag for the tour will be #BounceBackTour.

The tour will run from to October 19-24th. 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: We Can: Portraits of Power

Tour Schedule: We Can: Portraits of Power

Hello friends!

The Colored Pages Team is super excited to announce the confirmed schedule for yet another amazing book: We Can: Portraits of Power!

Thank you to everyone that signed up and helped spread the word to ensure we find as many International 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 We Can: Portraits of Power.

About the Book

Publication date: May 18, 2021

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

Pages: 40

Genre: Picture Book

Other Links: GoodreadsAmazonMacmillan


Fourteen-year-old Tyler Gordon’s journey from a regular kid growing up in San Jose, California, to a nationally recognized artist wasn’t without its challenges. For the first six years of his life he was deaf, which led to a stutter ? and bullying. Art gave him a creative outlet for his pain. Then, after painting a portrait of Kamala Harris and posting it on social media, he received a call from the vice president herself! Soon his art was everywhere. He had an interview with the The Today Show. He was the youngest artist featured in the Beverly Center. His portrait of LeBron James graced the cover of TIME Magazine. And that was only the beginning!

Here is a debut picture book by Tyler Gordon, featuring his bold paintings of over 30 icons—musicians, artists, writers, civils rights leaders, sports legends, change-makers, record-setters, and more—alongside short explanations of how these people inspire him.


About the Author

Photo by Quang Le

Tyler Gordon is a fourteen-year-old painter whose work has been featured in TIME Magazine, Essence, Good Morning America, and ABC News. In 2020, he was awarded the Global Child Prodigy Award. He currently lives in San Jose, California with his family

Website – Instagram


Tour Schedule

September 22nd

Curlytop Reads – Review Only 

September 23rd

Wordsandcyphers – Review Only 

September 24th

Books-N-Bullsh!t – Mood Board

September 25th 

Mella’s Musings – Favorite quotes 

September 26th 

Cocoa With Books – Review Only 

September 27th 

Reading Stewardess – Playlist 

September 28th

 Books with Brandie Shanae – Review Only

Tour Schedule: Things We Couldn’t Say

Tour Schedule: Things We Couldn’t Say

Hello friends!

The Colored Pages Team is super excited to announce the confirmed schedule for yet another amazing book: Things We Couldn’t Say!

Thank you to everyone that signed up and helped spread the word to ensure we find as many International 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 Things We Couldn’t Say.

About the Book

Publication date: September 21st, 2021

Publisher: Scholastic

Pages: 320

Genre: YA Contemporary

Representation: LGBTQIA+

Other Links: Goodreads – Amazon – Bookshop.org


There’s always been a hole in Gio’s life. Not because he’s into both guys and girls. Not because his father has some drinking issues. Not because his friends are always bringing him their drama. No, the hole in Gio’s life takes the shape of his birth mom, who left Gio, his brother, and his father when Gio was nine years old. For eight years, he never heard a word from her . . . and now, just as he’s started to get his life together, she’s back.

It’s hard for Gio to know what to do. Can he forgive her like she wants to be forgiven? Or should he tell her she lost her chance to be in his life? Complicating things further, Gio’s started to hang out with David, a new guy on the basketball team. Are they friends? More than friends? At first, Gio’s not sure . . . especially because he’s not sure what he wants from anyone right now.

There are no easy answers to love — whether it’s family love or friend love or romantic love. In Things We Couldn’t Say, Jay Coles, acclaimed author of Tyler Johnson Was Here, shows us a guy trying to navigate love in all its ambiguity — hoping at the other end he’ll be able to figure out who is and who he should be.


About the Author

Victoria Ruth Photography

JAY COLES is a graduate of Vincennes University and Ball State
University. When he’s not writing diverse books, he’s advocating for
them, teaching middle school students, and composing for various
music publishers. His debut novel Tyler Johnson Was Here is based on
true events in his life and inspired by police brutality in America. He
resides in Indianapolis, Indiana, and invites you to visit his website at
jaycoleswrites.com.

Website – Goodreads


Tour Schedule

September 15th

@chubbygirlwithapageavu – Review Only 

The Urban Reader – Favorite Quotes

September 16th

Dana’s Book Garden – Review Only 

Unconventional Quirky Bibliophile – Mood Board

Musing of Souls – Review Only 

September 17th

Books-N-Bullsh!t – Favorite Quotes

Theeuphoriczat – Review Only 

September 18th

BookishEnds – Book Recommendations based on book 

Wordsandcyphers – Playlist 

September 19th

Love, Paola – Reading vlog 

READING (AS)(I)AN (AM)ERICA – Favorite Quotes

September 20th

Jacob_reads – Mood Board

The Blerdy Reader – Playlist

September 21st

HoardingBooks.HerdingCats – Favorite Quotes

@_theliteraryartisan  – Review Only

 Lu is lost in books – Favorite Quotes

Tour Schedule: Clash of Steel

Tour Schedule: Clash of Steel

Hello friends!

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

Thank you to everyone that signed up and helped spread the word to ensure we find as many International 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 Clash of Steel.

About the Book

Publication date: September 7th, 2021

Publisher: Feiwel and Friends

Pages: 304

Genre: YA Fantasy, Retellings

Priority to: Chinese, Vietnamese, members of the LGBTQIA+ community

Other Links: GoodreadsAmazonMacmillan | Mysterious Galaxy | Bookshop | Indiebound Barnes and Noble |


1826. The sun is setting on the golden age of piracy, and the legendary Dragon Fleet, the scourge of the South China Sea, is no more. Its ruthless leader, a woman known only as the Head of the Dragon, is now only a story, like the ones Xiang has grown up with all her life. She desperately wants to prove her worth, especially to her mother, a shrewd business woman who never seems to have enough time for Xiang. Her father is also only a story, dead at sea before Xiang was born. Her only memento of him is a pendant she always wears, a simple but plain piece of gold jewelry.

But the pendant’s true nature is revealed when a mysterious girl named Anh steals it, only to return it to Xiang in exchange for her help in decoding the tiny map scroll hidden inside. The revelation that Xiang’s father sailed with the Dragon Fleet and tucked away this secret changes everything. Rumor has it that the legendary Head of the Dragon had one last treasure—the plunder of a thousand ports — that for decades has only been a myth, a fool’s journey.

Xiang is convinced this map could lead to the fabled treasure. Captivated with the thrill of adventure, she joins Anh and her motley crew off in pursuit of the island. But the girls soon find that the sea—and especially those who sail it—are far more dangerous than the legends led them to believe.


About the Author

Photo by Caroline Tran

CB Lee is a Lambda Literary Award nominated writer of young adult science fiction and fantasy. Her works include the Sidekick Squad series (Duet Books), Ben 10 (Boom!), and All Out Now (HarperTeen). CB loves to write about queer teens, magic, superheroes, and the power of friendship.

Lee’s work has been featured in Teen Vogue, Wired Magazine, and Hypable. Lee’s first novel in the Sidekick Squad series, Not Your Sidekick was a 2017 Lambda Literary Awards Finalist in YA/Children’s Fiction and a 2017 Bisexual Book Awards Finalist in Speculative Fiction. Seven Tears at High Tide was the recipient of a Rainbow Award for Best Bisexual Fantasy Romance and also a finalist for the 2016 Bisexual Book Awards in the YA and Speculative Fiction categories.

Website – Goodreads – Twitter – Instagram


Tour Schedule

September 7th

Rampant Reading Reviews – Review Only

Sagarific – Playlist 

September 8th

Unraveling Chaos – Favorite Quotes

Emelie’s Books – Recommendations based on book 

It’s Just A Coffee Addicted Bibliophile – Mood Board

September 9th

Peachnace – Reading vlog 

HoardingBooks.HerdingCats – Favorite Quotes 

September 10th

@daphne.reads – Book Recommendations based on book 

Solace in Reading – Favorite Quotes

Thisbellereadstoo – Review Only

September 11th

READING (AS)(I)AN (AM)ERICA – Favorite Quotes

An Ode to Fiction – Playlist 

Uponthebooktower – Review Only 

September 12th

The Bookish Fairy Godmother – Mood Board

Discover Elysian – Favorite Quotes

September 13th

Mella’s Musings – Favorite Quotes

Meanderingthebooks – Favorite Quotes

September 14th 

Melancholic Blithe – Mood Board 

Yourlocalbookreader – Favorite Quotes

A Bookworm’s Paradise – Mood Board

Tour Schedule: Black Boy Joy

Tour Schedule: Black Boy Joy

Hello friends!

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

Thank you to everyone that signed up and helped spread the word to ensure we find as many International and Black 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 Black Boy Joy.

About the Book

Publication date: August 3rd, 2021

Publisher: Delacorte Press

Pages: 320

Genre: Middle Grade Anthology

Representation: Black

Other Links: GoodreadsAmazonIndieBound


Black boy joy is…

Picking out a fresh first-day-of-school outfit.
Saving the universe in an epic intergalactic race.
Finding your voice–and your rhymes–during tough times.
Flying on your skateboard like nobody’s watching.

And more! From seventeen acclaimed Black male and non-binary authors comes a vibrant collection of stories, comics, and poems about the power of joy and the wonders of Black boyhood.

Contributors include: B. B. Alston, Dean Atta, P. Djèlí Clark, Jay Coles, Jerry Craft, Lamar Giles, Don P. Hooper, George M. Johnson, Varian Johnson, Kwame Mbalia, Suyi Davies Okungbowa, Tochi Onyebuchi, Julian Randall, Jason Reynolds, Justin Reynolds, DaVaun Sanders, and Julian Winters


About the Author

KWAME MBALIA is a husband, father, New York Times bestselling author, and former pharmaceutical metrologist, in that order. His debut middle- grade novel, Tristan Strong Punches A Hole In The Sky, and the sequel, Tristan Strong Destroys The World are published by Rick Riordan
Presents/Disney-Hyperion. He is the co-author of Last Gate Of The
Emperor with Prince Joel Makonnen from Scholastic Books. A Howard
University graduate and a Midwesterner now in North Carolina, he
survives on Dad jokes and Cheezits.

Website – Goodreads


Tour Schedule

August 3rd

Theblerdyreader – Mood Board

@myblackbookish_life – Favorite Quotes

August 4th

Bibliosini – Favorite Quotes

August 5th

Mella’s Musings – Favorite Quotes

Love, Paola –  Reading Vlog

August 6th

Uponthebooktower – Mood Board

Novel Sistah Reads the World – Playlist

August 7th 

Books-N-Bullsh!t – Mood Board

DJREADSBOOKS – Playlist

August 8th

Forthenovellovers – Review Only

@chubbygirlwithapageavu – Review Only

August 9th

@_theliteraryartisan – Review Only

Glendaofalltime – Favorite Quotes

Tour Sign Ups: We Can: Portraits of Power

Tour Sign Ups: We Can: Portraits of Power

Publication date: May 18, 2021

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

Pages: 40

Genre: Picture Book

Other Links: Goodreads | Amazon | Macmillan


Synopsis:

Fourteen-year-old Tyler Gordon’s journey from a regular kid growing up in San Jose, California, to a nationally recognized artist wasn’t without its challenges. For the first six years of his life he was deaf, which led to a stutter ? and bullying. Art gave him a creative outlet for his pain. Then, after painting a portrait of Kamala Harris and posting it on social media, he received a call from the vice president herself! Soon his art was everywhere. He had an interview with the The Today Show. He was the youngest artist featured in the Beverly Center. His portrait of LeBron James graced the cover of TIME Magazine. And that was only the beginning!

Here is a debut picture book by Tyler Gordon, featuring his bold paintings of over 30 icons—musicians, artists, writers, civils rights leaders, sports legends, change-makers, record-setters, and more—alongside short explanations of how these people inspire him.

About The Author

Photo by Quang Le


Tyler Gordon is a fourteen-year-old painter whose work has been featured in TIME Magazine, Essence, Good Morning America, and ABC News. In 2020, he was awarded the Global Child Prodigy Award. He currently lives in San Jose, California with his family

WebsiteInstagram


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 US readers. The official hashtag for the tour will be #PortraitsofPowerTour.

The tour will run from September 22nd-28th. 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, physical copies are available and it is US only. 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 Sign Ups: Things We Couldn’t Say

Tour Sign Ups: Things We Couldn’t Say

Publication date: September 21st, 2021

Publisher: Scholastic Press

Pages: 320

Genre: YA Contemporary

Other Links: Goodreads | Amazon | IndieBound


Synopsis:

There’s always been a hole in Gio’s life. Not because he’s into both guys and girls. Not because his father has some drinking issues. Not because his friends are always bringing him their drama. No, the hole in Gio’s life takes the shape of his birth mom, who left Gio, his brother, and his father when Gio was nine years old. For eight years, he never heard a word from her . . . and now, just as he’s started to get his life together, she’s back.

It’s hard for Gio to know what to do. Can he forgive her like she wants to be forgiven? Or should he tell her she lost her chance to be in his life? Complicating things further, Gio’s started to hang out with David, a new guy on the basketball team. Are they friends? More than friends? At first, Gio’s not sure . . . especially because he’s not sure what he wants from anyone right now.

There are no easy answers to love — whether it’s family love or friend love or romantic love. In Things We Couldn’t Say, Jay Coles, acclaimed author of Tyler Johnson Was Here, shows us a guy trying to navigate love in all its ambiguity — hoping at the other end he’ll be able to figure out who is and who he should be.

About The Author

Victoria Ruth Photography


JAY COLES is a graduate of Vincennes University and Ball State
University. When he’s not writing diverse books, he’s advocating for
them, teaching middle school students, and composing for various
music publishers. His debut novel Tyler Johnson Was Here is based on
true events in his life and inspired by police brutality in America. He
resides in Indianapolis, Indiana, and invites you to visit his website at
jaycoleswrites.com.

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. The official hashtag for the tour will be #ThingsWeCouldntsayTour. The tour will run from May 11th to May 21st. 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 and US readers can be provided with physical copies. 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 Sign-Ups: Clash of Steel

Tour Sign-Ups: Clash of Steel

Publication date: September 7th, 2021

Publisher: Feiwel and Friends

Pages: 304

Genre: YA Fantasy, Retellings

Priority to: Chinese, Vietnamese, members of the LGBTQIA+ community

Other Links: Goodreads | Amazon | Macmillan | Mysterious Galaxy | Bookshop | Indiebound Barnes and Noble |


Synopsis:

1826. The sun is setting on the golden age of piracy, and the legendary Dragon Fleet, the scourge of the South China Sea, is no more. Its ruthless leader, a woman known only as the Head of the Dragon, is now only a story, like the ones Xiang has grown up with all her life. She desperately wants to prove her worth, especially to her mother, a shrewd business woman who never seems to have enough time for Xiang. Her father is also only a story, dead at sea before Xiang was born. Her only memento of him is a pendant she always wears, a simple but plain piece of gold jewelry.

But the pendant’s true nature is revealed when a mysterious girl named Anh steals it, only to return it to Xiang in exchange for her help in decoding the tiny map scroll hidden inside. The revelation that Xiang’s father sailed with the Dragon Fleet and tucked away this secret changes everything. Rumor has it that the legendary Head of the Dragon had one last treasure—the plunder of a thousand ports — that for decades has only been a myth, a fool’s journey.

Xiang is convinced this map could lead to the fabled treasure. Captivated with the thrill of adventure, she joins Anh and her motley crew off in pursuit of the island. But the girls soon find that the sea—and especially those who sail it—are far more dangerous than the legends led them to believe.

About The Author

Photograph by Caroline Tran


CB Lee is a Lambda Literary Award nominated writer of young adult science fiction and fantasy. Her works include the Sidekick Squad series (Duet Books), Ben 10 (Boom!), and All Out Now (HarperTeen). CB loves to write about queer teens, magic, superheroes, and the power of friendship.

Lee’s work has been featured in Teen Vogue, Wired Magazine, and Hypable. Lee’s first novel in the Sidekick Squad series, Not Your Sidekick was a 2017 Lambda Literary Awards Finalist in YA/Children’s Fiction and a 2017 Bisexual Book Awards Finalist in Speculative Fiction. Seven Tears at High Tide was the recipient of a Rainbow Award for Best Bisexual Fantasy Romance and also a finalist for the 2016 Bisexual Book Awards in the YA and Speculative Fiction categories.

WebsiteGoodreadsTwitterInstagram


About the Tour

This tour is open for book bloggers, bookstagrammers, 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 Chinese, Vietnamese, or LGTBQIA+. The official hashtag for the tour will be #AClashofSteelTour.

The tour will run from September 7th to May 14th. 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, digital copies are available and for US reviewers, physical copies can be provided. 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!

Sign Ups: Black Boy Joy

Sign Ups: Black Boy Joy

Publication date: August 3rd, 2021

Publisher: Delacorte Press

Pages: 320

Genre: Middle Grade Anthology

Representation: Black

Other Links: Goodreads | Amazon | IndieBound


Synopsis:

Black boy joy is…

Picking out a fresh first-day-of-school outfit.
Saving the universe in an epic intergalactic race.
Finding your voice–and your rhymes–during tough times.
Flying on your skateboard like nobody’s watching.

And more! From seventeen acclaimed Black male and non-binary authors comes a vibrant collection of stories, comics, and poems about the power of joy and the wonders of Black boyhood.

Contributors include: B. B. Alston, Dean Atta, P. Djèlí Clark, Jay Coles, Jerry Craft, Lamar Giles, Don P. Hooper, George M. Johnson, Varian Johnson, Kwame Mbalia, Suyi Davies Okungbowa, Tochi Onyebuchi, Julian Randall, Jason Reynolds, Justin Reynolds, DaVaun Sanders, and Julian Winters

About The Author


KWAME MBALIA is a husband, father, New York Times bestselling author, and former pharmaceutical metrologist, in that order. His debut middle- grade novel, Tristan Strong Punches A Hole In The Sky, and the sequel, Tristan Strong Destroys The World are published by Rick Riordan
Presents/Disney-Hyperion. He is the co-author of Last Gate Of The
Emperor with Prince Joel Makonnen from Scholastic Books. A Howard
University graduate and a Midwesterner now in North Carolina, he
survives on Dad jokes and Cheezits.

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 Black. The official hashtag for the tour will be #BlackBoyJoyTour.

The tour will run from August 3rd to August 9th. 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.

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!