Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Virtual Book Tour: The End of Ordinary by Edward Ashton



Congratulations to tour winner Audrey S. and to host winner Casey M's Corner.
Thank you for your interest in hosting this tour, but all stops have been filled.

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Book Tour for The End of Ordinary by Edward Ashton , a Science Fiction available June 20, 2017 from Harper Voyager Impulse. The tour will run July 17, 2017 to August 4, 2017, and Edward is available for guest post and interviews. A PDF copy of the book is available for review in conjunction with a guest post or interview.

Edward will be awarding a 14 Ounce Nalgene—filled with candy corn! & 1 VeryFit Smart Band (US only) to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour, and a 14 Ounce Nalgene—filled with candy corn! & 1 VeryFit Smart Band (US only) to a randomly drawn host.


Drew Bergen is an Engineer. He builds living things, one gene at a time. He's also kind of a doofus. Six years after the Stupid War -- a bloody, inconclusive clash between the Engineered and the UnAltered -- that's a dangerous combination. Hannah is Drew's greatest project, modified in utero to be just a bit better at running than most humans. She’s also his daughter. Her plan for high school is simple: lay low and run fast. Unfortunately for Hannah, her cross-country team has other plans.

Jordan is just an ordinary Homo-Sap. But don’t let that fool you -- he’s also one of the richest kids at Briarwood, and even though there isn’t a single part of him that’s been engineered, someone has it out for him.

Drew thinks he’s working to develop a spiffy new strain of corn, but Hannah and her classmates disagree. They think he's cooking up the end of the world. When one of Drew's team members disappears, he begins to suspect that they might be right. Soon they're all in far over their heads, with corporate goons and government operatives hunting them, and millions of lives in the balance.



July 17: Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews
July 18: Rogue's Angels
July 19: BooksChatter
July 20: The Avid Reader
July 21: Fabulous and Brunette
July 24: Writers and Authors
July 24: Jennifer Macaire, Tell me a Story - review
July 25: Sharing Links and Wisdom
July 25: Kit 'N Kabookle
July 26: T's Stuff
July 26: Straight From the Library
July 27: Long and Short Reviews
July 28: Laurie's Thoughts and Reviews
July 31: The Reading Addict
August 1: Queen of All She Reads
August 2: Mixed Book Bag
August 3: Casey M's Corner
August 4: Readeropolis

14 comments:

Lisa Haselton said...

I'd like to host on July 17 at Reviews and Interviews with an interview, please. thanks!

Teresa Noel said...

I can host July 26 with interview.
T's Stuff http://teresanoel.blogspot.com

CR Moss said...

Casey's Corner can host on August 3. Guest Post. Topic for the author to answer is: What is the best piece of writing advice you ever received and how did it help you? Thanks! C.R. Moss

Books Chatter said...

BooksChatter can host 19 July with author interview
http://bookschatter.blogspot.co.uk/2017/07/Q-A-end-ordinary.html

Ally Swanson said...

I would love to host on 07/21 on Fabulous and Brunette!! I would prefer a guest post spot - thanks!!

Christine Young said...

ROGUE'S ANGELS CAN HOST JULY 18TH

Nancy Allen said...

I would like to host an interview on July 20 @The Avid Reader

stacey Schneller said...

Can host on July 24 with interview.

JC Jones said...

I can host on any open date with a guest post on Worldbuilding.

Emily said...

I can host on Sharing Links and Wisdom on July 25 with an interview.

Jennifer Macaire said...

I can host July 24 with an interview and a review

Laurie Jenkins said...

Laurie's Thoughts and reviews can host Interview on July 28th

E.L. F. said...

The Reading Addict can host 7/31, guest post, please.

Maria said...

I would like to host a stop with a guest post - topic choice is "Why Is Science Always Trying to Improve Man" on August 1 or August 2 at Queen of All She Reads