Congratulations to Laura, Amanda and Sheryl, the tour prize winners and to Mama Reads, Hazel Sleeps, the host winner
Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Book Tour for Never Forgotten by Stacey Nash, a YA Romance available now from HarperCollins Impulse. The tour will run November 2 - 13, 2015, and Stacey is available for guest post and interviews. A Mobi or ePub copy of the book is available for review in conjunction with a guest post or interview.
Stacey will be awarding an eCopy of Never Forgotten to 3 randomly drawn winners via rafflecopter during the tour, and choice of 5 digital books from the Impulse line to a randomly drawn host.
The race is on! Continuing on from FORGET ME NOT and REMEMBER ME, this is the thrilling third and final novel in Stacey Nash's unforgettable YA series.
Since the strike on Collective territory during Anamae's rescue, things have taken a turn for the worse. Unprovoked attacks on innocent people have Anamae and her friends fighting day and night to minimise the damage. With hundreds of lives lost, morale amongst the resistance fighters has plummeted. But that's the least of her worries.
Manvyke still has Anamae's mom, Annie, secreted away somewhere and after the way they parted, Anamae worries it's not at her mother's bidding. Maybe Annie's disappearance all those years ago wasn't her choice. But with Manvyke scouring the world, there's something far more pressing than the need to find Anamae's mother ...
It's a fight against time to find the other keys before Manvyke. In his hands, the three relics could unlock enough power to reek a much worse havoc than the current issues at hand. If the councillor gets his hands on those keys, civilisation will bow down.
November 2: It's Raining Books
November 3: Rogues Angels
November 4: Welcome to My World of Dreams
November 5: Straight from the Library
November 6: Books in the Hall
November 9: Louise Lyndon Romance Author Hear Me Roar
November 10: BooksChatter
November 11: Archaeolibrarian - I dig good books!
November 12: Mama Reads Hazel Sleeps - review
November 13: Book Crushin' - review