Monday, February 04, 2019

Blog Tour- To Night Owl from Dogfish

Week One
February 4 – Books4yourkids – Author Guest Post: What are the constraints - and freedoms - of writing an epistolary novel? Is it similar to writing a first person narrative?
February 4 – Two Points of Interest – Author Guest Post – what inspires you to write? 
February 5 – Pages and Pugs – Favorite Quotes 
February 5 – Amber After Glows – Favorite Quotes
February 6 – Read. Eat. Love. – Inspired by the Book: Food 
February 6 –  The Hermit Librarian – Inspired by the Book: Food 
February 7 – Book Loaner Blog – Listicle: Camp Activities Inspired by the Book 
February 7 – Books. Libraries. Also, cats – Listicle: Camp Activities Inspired by the Book 
February 8 – Happy Reading Co.  – Favorite Quotes
February 8 – The Quirky Book Nerd – Favorite Quotes 

Week Two
February 11 – That Reader Girl – Listicle: Camp Songs 
February 11 – We Live and Breathe Books – Listicle: Camp Songs 
February 12 –  Sam Maybe Reading – Review 
February 12 –  Randomly Reading – Review 
February 13 – The Reading Corner for All – Creative Instagram Picture 
February 13 – Dos Lit Worms – Creative Instagram Picture
February 14 – Laceydoeslit – Review + Playlist 
February 14 – The Bookworm Banter – Review + Playlist 
February 15 – YA Books Central – Author Q&A 
February 15 – Because reading is better than real life – Author Q&A 


From two extraordinary authors comes a moving, exuberant, laugh-out-loud novel about friendship and family, told entirely in emails and letters.
Avery Bloom, who's bookish, intense, and afraid of many things, particularly deep water, lives in New York City. Bett Devlin, who's fearless, outgoing, and loves all animals as well as the ocean, lives in California. What they have in common is that they are both twelve years old, and are both being raised by single, gay dads.

When their dads fall in love, Bett and Avery are sent, against their will, to the same sleepaway camp. Their dads hope that they will find common ground and become friends--and possibly, one day, even sisters.

But things soon go off the rails for the girls (and for their dads too), and they find themselves on a summer adventure that neither of them could have predicted. Now that they can't imagine life without each other, will the two girls (who sometimes call themselves Night Owl and Dogfish) figure out a way to be a family?

Holly Goldberg Sloan was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan and spent her childhood living in Holland; Istanbul, Turkey; Washington, D.C.; Berkeley, California; and Eugene, Oregon. After graduating from Wellesley College and spending some time as an advertising copywriter, she began writing family feature films, including Angels in the Outfield and Made in America. She is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Counting by 7s and Short, among other novels. 

Meg Wolitzer was born in Brooklyn, New York, grew up in the town of Syosset, on Long Island, and sold her first novel, Sleepwalking, while a senior in college. She is the New York Times-bestselling author of numerous novels for adults, including The InterestingsThe Ten-Year NapThe Wife, and The Female Persuasion; the young adult novel Belzhar; and the middle-grade novel The Fingertips of Duncan Dorfman.

Ms. Yingling

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