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venerdì 30 marzo 2018

Virtual Tour & Giveaway: Shifter School by Gwendolyn Druyor

She’s gonna get them all killed. 

So they locked her away.

Laylea has been hiding her entire life. She’s never been to school. She’s never had a friend her own age. She’s never known anyone else like her. 

All that is about to change. 

In a world hidden from wyrdos and humans alike, shifters are still recovering from a vicious plot to destroy them all. They have two laws they live by now: 

1) Hide 

2) Protect the children at all costs. 

Laylea has just broken rule number one. But she’s only fourteen. So they’re sending her to school. Where she’s going to learn...

Anyplace can be a prison.

The Lincoln Park Shifter School is not your grandma’s uber-secret, underground academy.

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Author
Gwendolyn Druyor was born at the Quonset Point Naval Air Station Hospital, North Kingston, RI. The ID bracelet wrapped three times around her little wrist. She could swim before she could walk and read before she started school. 

She has traveled the world telling stories. After a year in Amsterdam writing and performing sketch comedy at Boom Chicago, she toured North America with Shenandoah Shakespeare and with the incredible educational show Sex Signals. From Paris, FR to William’s Bay, WI, you’ll find her gypsy life reflected in her books. If you met her on the road, read her closely, you may find yourself in there. 

For now, Gwendolyn lives in Hollywood with her Irish Jack Russell, Josh Lyman Zyrga, who is still pouting over the fact that she didn’t put him on the cover of WereHuman 


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18 commenti:

  1. I was really enjoying following this tour, thank you for all the great blog posts and excerpts!

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    1. Thanks so much for hanging out with me! I hope you love Shifter School!

      Elimina
  2. I enjoyed getting to know your book; congrats on the tour, I hope it is a fun one for you, and thanks for the chance to win :)

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    1. Thanks, Lisa. It's been a great tour. I did an interview with Libreria but it's missing. If you'd like to check out the last interview of the tour, I posted it on my website: http://www.gwendolyndruyor.com/interview

      Elimina
  3. Well, it's the last day of your tour and I must say I've enjoyed meeting you and getting to know you and your book. Hope to see you on tour again soon.

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    1. You too, Karen! Thanks for the fabulous questions. If you'd like to see the last interview of the tour, I posted it on my website: http://www.gwendolyndruyor.com/interview

      Elimina
  4. Thanks for hosting, La Libreria. It's great to be here today. I'm sad that the interview we did didn't get onto the blog, so I've posted it on my website, http://www.gwendolyndruyor.com/interview.

    Grazie!

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    1. Hi Gwendolyn...I didn't receive your interview from Goddess...

      Elimina
  5. I have enjoyed the tour. The book sounds great.

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    1. Thank you, Rita! Thanks for following the whole tour!

      Elimina
  6. It's been a fun tour!

    --Trix

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    1. It really has been. Thanks for spicing it up, Trix!

      Elimina
  7. I've really enjoyed following the tour for Shifter School and I'm looking forward to reading it. Thanks for sharing all of the great posts along the way :)

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  8. Thank you, Victoria! I’m looking forward to your review.

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  9. Laylea is trying to find herself. Fourteen is a pretty tough age for anyone. What advice would you as an adult give to your teenage self, in hopes of passing the advice on to Laylea?

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    1. That's a hard one, isn't it? I made her fourteen because that was absolutly THE worst year for me. I'd say, trust yourself. You are worthy and good and you're going to get away from these people in three years. Learning how to get along will serve you well throughout your life. Tell men and boys straight up when they say things or do things that make you uncomfortable. You belong on this Earth and you're going to make it better.

      Elimina
    2. Thanks. I am sooooo passing this on.

      Elimina