Category: Guest Post

Giveaway + Guest Post : Me (and) Me by Alice Kuipers | Blog Tour

Giveaway + Guest Post : Me (and) Me by Alice Kuipers | Blog Tour

Hi guys, today I’m excited to be part of the blog tour for Me (and) Me by Alice Kuipers! This is a Canadian book that deals with an impossible choice: if two people you love are drowning, who do you save? The novel looks, in parallel, at what happens to protagonist Lark after each choice. Read on for more about the book, Alice’s own decision that changed her life (it’s REALLY good), and a chance to win a signed copy of Me (and) Me! Please welcome Alice Kuipers to Mostly YA Lit! “What is your one moment and one decision that […]

Blog Tour: Thanks a Lot, John LeClair | Author Guest Post by Johanna Parkhurst

Blog Tour: Thanks a Lot, John LeClair | Author Guest Post by Johanna Parkhurst

Hi guys! Today I’m part of the blog tour for Thanks a Lot, John LeClair by Johanna Parkhurst. Johanna’s publicist reached out to me about this book because of my total love for sports YA books. In this YA contemporary, two gay hockey players have to deal with their relationship, secrets and more – all amidst the backdrop of the state championship. As some of you know, I’m a huge fan of M/M hockey romances by Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy, so I was really excited to see a YA version pop up. Thanks a Lot, John LeClair is the companion […]

On Writing Longhand | Speed of Life Blog Tour | Guest Post by JM Kelly |

October 12, 2016 / 0 Comments / Posted by Tiff @ Mostly YA Lit in Blog Tour, Guest Post
On Writing Longhand | Speed of Life Blog Tour | Guest Post by JM Kelly |

Hi friends, hope you’re having a great Wednesday! Today I’m excited to be part of the Canadian blog tour for the just released YA novel Speed of Life by J.M. Kelly. I’m proud to be welcoming J.M. to the blog to talk about writing this novel longhand. That’s right, J.M. wrote this whole book, about two sisters trying to raise a baby while one also tries to realize her dreams of getting a degree in automotive restoration, by hand! Not only does the writing process sound interesting, but I’m also fascinated by the concept and themes of this book. Sisterhood, being in a tough […]

The Season by Jonah Lisa Dyer & Stephen Dyer | Giveaway + Author Guest Post

The Season by Jonah Lisa Dyer & Stephen Dyer | Giveaway + Author Guest Post

Hello all! Today I am honoured and delighted to be promoting THE SEASON by Jonah Lisa Dyer and Stephen Dyer. Guys, when I first heard about this book several months ago, I was basically salivating. I am all about the summer fluff books, and I love sporty girl books so the two combined into a Pride & Prejudice retelling? SIGN ME UP. THE SEASON is coming out on July 12th, and to whet your appetite, the Dyers have stopped by with a special (and HILARIOUS) post from their protagonist, Megan, with some pro-tips on how to be a Texas deb […]

Learning to Swear in America | Giveaway + Guest Post by Author Katie Kennedy

Learning to Swear in America | Giveaway + Guest Post by Author Katie Kennedy

Hi guys, today I have the lovely Katie Kennedy here to talk about her upcoming debut, LEARNING TO SWEAR IN AMERICA. If you know me, you know I really love science in my YA and I’m especially partial to physics, so this book has been on my to-be-read list since I first heard about it. I love that there’s this 17-year-old physics prodigy who’s going to learn how to be a teenager from this normal kid…with a backdrop of living your life to the fullest. SO my kind of book. Read on to find out more about the book, then […]

Favorite 80s and 90s Movies | Guest Post by The Museum of Heartbreak Author Meg Leder | Blog Tour + ..

Favorite 80s and 90s Movies | Guest Post by The Museum of Heartbreak Author Meg Leder | Blog Tour + Giveaway

Hi guys! I’m thrilled to be back on Three Scoops of Summer, Simon & Schuster Canada’s fantastic summer blog tour. Today I’ve got Meg Leder here, author of The Museum of Heartbreak, an adorable-sounding YA contemporary releasing June 7th. Meg is here to talk about her favorite 80s and 90s romance movies – many of which she shares with her protagonist! Read on for more about the book, Meg, and these movies. If you’re Canadian, don’t forget to sign up for the giveaway – you could win The Museum of Heartbreak, The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson, or The Last Boy […]

On Morgan Matson and Friendship | Rather Be Reading Guest Post | #UnexpectedlyEpic #MorganMatsonWeek

On Morgan Matson and Friendship | Rather Be Reading Guest Post | #UnexpectedlyEpic #MorganMatsonWeek

Hi everyone! Today the amazing Estelle and Magan from Rather Be Reading are here to discuss Morgan Matson and their own awesome girl friendship. I got really emotional reading this piece, and I think it’s a beautiful tribute to Morgan’s themes and the power of her work to inspire self-discovery and great relationships. And don’t forget to hop on over to today’s other post to take the “Which Morgan Matson Character Are You?” quiz for a chance to win a very special The Unexpected Everything prize pack! On Morgan Matson and Friendship: Rather Be Reading Guest Post We’re so excited to […]

What Do Morgan Matson Books Mean To You? | Giveaway | #UnexpectedlyEpic #MorganMatsonWeek

What Do Morgan Matson Books Mean To You? | Giveaway | #UnexpectedlyEpic #MorganMatsonWeek

Hi guys! Welcome to Day 4 of #MorganMatsonWeek! Today I’ve got some serious Morgan Matson fans here to tell you what Morgan’s work means to them. And one of them, Gabi @ Let’s Gab About Books, has a special giveaway for you US readers: mini-The Unexpected Everything book necklaces (I SO want one of these!). Also today, check out my interview with the lady herself: Morgan Matson! We’re talking summer, grief, friendship, George R.R. Martin, and more. What do Morgan Matson Books Mean to You? Morgan Matson is hands down one of my personal favorite YA authors. Ever since I read […]

Top Must-Sees in Paris: The Distance from A to Z by Natalie Blitt [Guest Post]

Top Must-Sees in Paris: The Distance from A to Z by Natalie Blitt [Guest Post]

Hi guys, today I’m delighted to welcome Natalie Blitt, author of The Distance from A to Z, to the blog! I know a lot of you are big fans of Paris, and this book sounds like the perfect read to whet your appetite. Natalie is here today to share some of her main character Abby’s favourite spots if she could go to Paris. Read on and find out more about the book (SO CUTE) and where you should be heading (and no, it’s not just the touristy places)! About the Book Abby’s Top Must-Sees in Paris 1. Angelina Cafe. It’s gorgeous […]