Thursday, March 29, 2018

In Her Skin by Kim Savage **Review to come**



IN HER SKIN Blog Tour Assets
About The Book:
Title: IN HER SKIN
Author: Kim Savage
Pub. Date: April 17, 2018
Publisher: FSG
Pages: 304
Formats: Hardcover, eBook, audiobook
Find it: AmazonAudibleB&NiBooksTBDGoodreads

Sixteen-year-old con artist Jo Chastain is about to take on the biggest heist of her life: impersonating a missing girl. Life on the streets of Boston these past few years hasn’t been easy, and Jo is hoping to cash in on a little safety, a little security. She finds her opportunity in the Lovecrafts, a wealthy family with ties to the unsolved disappearance of Vivienne Weir, who vanished when she was nine. 

When Jo takes on Vivi's identity and stages the girl’s miraculous return, the Lovecrafts welcome her back with open arms. They give her everything she could want: love, money, and proximity to their intoxicating and unpredictable daughter, Temple. But nothing is as it seems in the Lovecraft household—and some secrets refuse to stay buried. As hidden crimes come to the surface, and lines of deception begin to blur, Jo must choose to either hold onto an illusion of safety, or escape the danger around her before it’s too late. 


Review:
Coming soon!

About Kim:
I was born and raised in Massachusetts, on the South Shore, which sounds beachy, even luxe. Think Winnebagos and chicken coops. My three brothers, 16, 10, and 8 years older, were teens by the time I became a person. Happiest around adults, who often forgot I was there, I spent days eavesdropping on gossipy moms in lawn chairs and nights listening under the table during tipsy Scrabble parties.

My dad read to me nightly. Eventually and early, I read to myself, everywhere. On top of an enormous freezer chest stuffed with meat. On drives until I grew nauseous. In bed until my eyes gave out. I read anything I could get my hands on. V.C. Andrews and Dickens. Black Beauty and the Bible. The Economist. Madeline L’Engle and Margaret Atwood. National Geographic.

I got a bachelor’s degree in English from Stonehill College and a Master’s in Journalism from Northeastern University. For a while, I worked as a business journalist. Instead of waiting for the Federal Reserve to release the Beige Book, I pitched story ideas along the lines of “Stigmatized Properties: When Murder Kills Property Values”. You see where things were headed.

Today, I live with my family northwest of Boston in a town a lot like Shiverton, near the real Fells reservation of AFTER THE WOODS. Born with dysgeographica—I’m directionally challenged—the fear of getting lost in that lovely, dark forest lives close to my skin.


Tour Schedule:
Week One:
3/19/2018- Bookhounds YAInterview
3/19/2018- Hauntedbybooks13Review

3/20/2018- Falling For YAExcerpt
3/20/2018- A Gingerly ReviewReview

3/21/2018- Dani Reviews ThingsInterview
3/21/2018- Book-KeepingReview

3/22/2018- NerdophilesReview
3/22/2018- JustAddAWordReview

3/23/2018- Literary MeanderingsInterview
3/23/2018- The Desert BibliophileReview

Week Two:
3/26/2018- Pretty Deadly ReviewsExcerpt
3/26/2018- Riddle’s ReviewsReview

3/27/2018- Feed Your Fiction AddictionReview
3/27/2018- Smada's Book SmackReview

3/28/2018- Storybook slayersExcerpt
3/28/2018- Twinning for BooksReview

3/29/2018- Rainy Day ReviewsReview
3/29/2018- Here's to Happy EndingsReview

3/30/2018- Bibliobibuli YAInterview
3/30/2018- FICTION FAREReview

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