Sunday, September 30, 2012

Let's meet at the Crossroads - again!

Posted by Dawn Dalton on 10:05 AM

I love the fall.

That magical time when yellow, red and orange leaves crunch under my feet and morning fog hovers over the vast prairie landscape surrounding my country home. It's the season of all my favorite things - pumpkins, Halloween and of course, the creeptastic Crossroads Blog Tour organized by writer extraordinaire Judith Graves.

This year, 13 young adult paranormal authors will infiltrate the blogosphere from October 21- 28 to talk about books, writing, all things spooky, and how YOU (yes, you) can win a KINDLE preloaded with a title from each author. I'm thrilled to be on tour with some of my favorite, and uber talented YA authors.

From small to big-gun presses, debut novels to bestsellers, the Crossroads Blog Tour offers unprecedented (and free) access to these superstars:

Judith Graves – Leap Books – Under My Skin, Second Skin, Skin of My Teeth, Killer’s Instinct
Joy Preble – Sourcebooks – Dreaming Anastasia, Haunted, Anastasia Forever.Soho Press (forthcoming May 2013) – The Sweet Dead Life
Stacey Kade – Hyperion – The Ghost and the Goth, Queen of the Dead, Body & Soul
Amanda Ashby – Speak – You Had Me at HaloZombie Queen of Newbury High, Fairy Bad Day, Demonosity
Lucienne Diver – Flux – Vamped, Revamped, Fangtasic, Fangtabulous
Kiki Hamilton – Teen / Macmillian – The Faerie Ring, The Torn Wing
Jackie Morse Kessler – Harcourt Graphia – Hunger, Rage, Loss
Christine Fonseca – Compass Press – Transcend, Libera Me
Carrie Harris – Delacorte Books for Young Readers -Taste In Boys, Bad Hair Day
Leanna Renee Hieber – Sourcebooks – Darker Still (Magic Most Foul, #1), The Twisted Tragedy of Miss Natalie Stewart (Magic Most Foul, #2)
Ty Drago - Sourcebooks – The Undertakers: Rise of the Corpses, The Undertakers: Queen of the Dead
Janet Fox – Speak – Faithful, Forgiven, Siren
So, how do you get in on all this spooktacular Halloween reading fun? Head to Judith's blog for more about the authors, the bloggers you should be following, and how the tour works. Looking forward to seeing YOU at Crossroads.

Until then, join me here daily throughout October for my annual Halloween countdown - 31 days of spooktacular crafts, recipes and adventures. It all starts...tomorrow.

Happy October!

- Dawn


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