Wow! What an awesome and exciting tour this has been! Did you miss an interview or book review?
No worries! Below is a short recap of all the fun features (with links).
First up, a book review from Brie Donning at Reality Reflected Through Wonder! But beware, spoilers ahead!
Let young adult author Sheri Yutzy convince you with her book review that this series could be your next read.
This story will draw you in, frustrate you, and refuse to let you go. I could see parts of myself in each of the main characters, and the parts they played were believable, if sometimes shocking. I recommend the series because of how much I connected with the characters.
Holly at Holly’s Little Book Reviews might have done some fangirling over Sara’s latest release and gave it a strong recommendation to YA and dystopian readers.
The thoughts voiced by author Toni Shiloh had me smiling because she pretty much second all my thoughts when I read White Dawn, especially this:
I hate spoilers. But ack! I want to give them away. Each of them made me gasp in their own way. One because holy crawford, I did not see that coming. Another because holy crawford, I wanted to see it coming. And the third scene, because holy crawford, totally epic!
I recently noticed I have a fascination with authors’ writing process. Sara Baysinger’s really intrigued me when she shared on RJ Metcalf’s blog! I couldn’t imagine writing a book where it’s like reading (which in my mind equals an epic writing session).
I don’t map out my books like a lot of writers, and usually write the plot as it comes to me. “Oh, that door opened? Let’s see where it takes us!” I write books much like how I read them—not knowing what’s going to happen in the next chapter.
Containing my excitement for this interview was SO hard. Why? I had a chance to interview Rain! *(inserts an overload of smiley emojis)* Check out the interview here!
I guess I would pick the roof of that mossy, run-down building at the edge of Louisville. The place where I sat beside Ember, Julius behind us, while we watched the sun set over the ashen city. And we’d be eating apples.
Loved this book review from Amanda at Hope Perch! She really reflected a lot of the same thoughts I did, especially when it came to a certain character’s redemption.
To wrap up, Midwest Ladies Who Lit left a glowing review of not only White Dawn, but the whole series as well! Click here to see their full review.
Baysinger has created a world that was so exciting and intriguing to visit, and characters who were both easy to love and (way too) easy to hate (cough*Chief Titus*cough). Both of those things, those amazing author talents, add up to make a great read, or in this case three great reads.
Enjoy watching book trailers? Here’s one to whet your appetite for White Dawn.
Many thanks to the bloggers who participated in this tour and Sara for giving readers an inside scoop about White Dawn.
Want to know more about the book or where you can purchase it? Scroll down to read more!
About the Book
This is the beginning of a new era.
The slate is clean.
A white dawning has emerged and I’m ready to face the day.
AURORA WHITCOMB has taken the place as Chief of Ky, but the ghosts of her past continue to haunt her future.
RAIN TURNER has lost the the embers that kept his hope burning, and all he’s left with is a raging desire to avenge the love of his life.
With an insatiable hatred toward each other, Aurora and Rain must learn to work together to bring the country back to its feet. In order to do so, they must be invincible. But being invincible isn’t only about conquering the battles in the physical world. When their journey to rescue Ky takes a violent turn for the worst, Aurora and Rain must learn the true meaning of forgiveness, not only for each other, but for those who haunt their pasts.
About the Author
Sara Baysinger grew up in the heart of the Andes Mountains in Ecuador where she spent her time exploring uncharted lands and reading all things magical. She now lives among the endless cornfields of Indiana with her husband and two young children. BLACK TIGER is her first novel.