Blog Tour Rolls on with Glowing Reviews for Enslavement

“Unbelievably surreal! Worth every second spent reading this gem!” -Lita’s Book Blog

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“…a very mind blowing book that I highly recommend…” -Quirky Book Reviews

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A Fantastic Review and An Author Interview

“A very insightful book from a debut author.  I look forward to reading more in this series and whatever else the author writes.” –Word to Dreams

The  consistency in all these reviews is how Enslavement departs from traditional dystopian literature. Yes, this is different. Very different. This isn’t set in a distant future, but one you and I could live to witness. What readers have said to me is that they’ve found it frighteningly plausible.

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This interview was super fun to do because I got to share a lot about why I started writing, my literary influences and the pleasures and pitfalls of being a writer.

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The Hardest Scene to Write

Today at the Souls Readers blog, I answer these questions: What scene from Enslavement was really hard for you to write and why, and is that the one of which you are most proud? Or is there another scene you particularly love?

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Also, click on over to the Little Library Muse for an excerpt from chapter three. I love this scene because it hints at something very important to the end of the book. 

Chapter three excerpt:

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How Can You Argue With a Review From a Horse Person?

Today’s review comes from the On Writing and Riding blog. We all know horse folks are good folks, so how can we go wrong with a review from one of them.

“I enjoyed Enslavement and look forward to the next book. The editing and formatting were topnotch. The book started with a bang and the author did an excellent job building an unfortunately possible-sounding world. It was easy to make an emotional connection to the main character, Rielle, as she is torn from her family and essentially sold as a slave…” -Marlene Moss, On Writing and Riding

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Also, stop over at The Book Nut blog for a chapter one excerpt.

Enslavement Offers Something Fresh For Dystopian Lovers

Today’s review is the second to confirm that Enslavement is something new in the Dystopian YA genre.

“…a fresh take on an often overdone genre.” -Jenn at Book Reviews and Giveaways

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