We set up a book tour for YA “Stealing Liberty”. The tour runs from June 13 to July 13.
June 13th: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading
June 15th: Book Excerpt @ Books, Dreams, Life
June 18th: Book Excerpt @ Amy’s Bookish Life
June 19th: Book Excerpt and Giveaway @ T’s Stuff
June 22nd: Book Review @ Books, Books & More Books
June 24th: Book Excerpt @ The Resistance
June 28th: Book Excerpt @ The Adventures of Sacakat
July 1st: Book Excerpt and Giveaway @ Silver Dagger Scriptorium
July 3rd: Book Excerpt @ Just Books
July 3rd: Book Excerpt @ The Bookworm Lodge
July 5th: Book Review and Giveaway @ I Heart Reading
July 7th: Book Excerpt @ Bookworm for Kids
July 12th: Book Review @ Pop’s Blog
July 13th: Author Interview @ Indy Book Fairy
About the Book
Title: Stealing Liberty
Author: Jennifer Froelich
Genre: Young Adult
A heist so monumental, it may cost them everything… When Reed Paine is sent to a secret detention school for teens whose parents are branded enemies of the state, he doesn’t expect to find friendship – especially after coming face to face with Riley Paca, a girl who has every reason to hate him.
But when Reed, Riley and a few others start reading the old books they find in tunnels under the school, they begin to question what they are taught about the last days of America and the government that has risen in its place. Then the government decides to sell the Liberty Bell and Reed and his friends risk everything to steal it – to take back their history and the liberty that has been stolen from them (Stealing Liberty/ Clean Reads).
About the Author
Jennifer Froelich published her debut novel, Dream of Me, in late 2011, which reviewers praised as “well-orchestrated with outstanding imagery.” Her second novel, A Place Between Breaths, published in 2014, was called “a roller-coaster ride with enough twists and turns to keep everyone interested” and won an Honorable Mention in Writer’s Digest’s 23rd Annual Self Published Book competition. Jennifer is a frequent contributing author to Chicken Soup for the Soul. A graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University, Jennifer worked for many years as a freelance editor and writer before publishing her own work. She lives in beautiful Idaho with her husband, two teenage kids, and a rescue cat named Katniss.