Tone Deaf, Cover Reveal!

Title: Tone Deaf
Genre: New Adult Romance
Age Group: 16+
Release Date: November 4th, 2013

His world is music…
…Her world is silent.
Ali Blinde was a prodigy destined to become one of the greatest musicians of the 21st century.
Until the brain tumor struck.
Now seventeen, Ali lives in a soundless world where she gets by with ASL and lip-reading. So when she meets Jace Beckett, she thinks he’s her worst nightmare come true. Jace is the lead singer in the wildly-popular band, Tone Deaf, and he’s exactly the kind of success-story Ali hates and resents.
Nineteen-year-old Jace has it all: fame, money, and any girl he wants. Every night on tour brings a new performance and a new girl, which is just what he needs to avoid the pain of relationships.
But when Jace learns Ali is being abused, he reluctantly proposes a solution: Run away with him and his band as they tour the country. With freedom in sight, Ali takes the offer. Immediately, she’s swept into a world filled with wild punk music, wilder musicians, and maybe—just maybe—love.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR (Olivia Rivers)
Olivia Rivers
Olivia Rivers is the author of six novels, ranging in genres from Epic Fantasy to Contemporary Romance. Along with being a writer, she’s a freelance digital artist, a literary agent assistant, and a high school student. She’s a nerd at heart, and is a hopeless fan-girl for Doctor Who and Arrested Development. Olivia lives in California with a dog who thinks he’s a cat, a cat who thinks he’s a dog, and a kitten who is just generally confused.

Now for the best part, the cover reveal…..
Here it is, the amazing new cover for the beautiful book, Tone Deaf…
(Drum roll)
Tone Deaf



Hello all readers,
I am proud to announce that we have a book blog tour coming to this blog in August!
As a one off special surprise for you all, I have decided that if you share this blog (using the button I am creating now) you get to ask the author of Sedona (Christine Pope) an interview question of you choice.
Don’t have a blog/website? That is totally ok!!! Just contact me and I’ll arrange something, I don’t want any of you to miss out.
What is a blog tour? Have you ever walked past a book shop, and there has been an author in there, signing books or answering interview questions? Yes? That’s a book tour, but since this blog is not a physical place, the author visits the blog instead.
I am very happy that we get Christine Pope visiting this blog, and I want you to make the most of it too. Enjoy it, have fun!
Any more questions can be answered on my contact page, I am happy to reply to inquiries of any sort.

Haven’t read Sedona? Get it now in paper book format at you local book store, or simply on an eBook store.

Remember to subscribe to this book blog so I can organise lots and lots of book tours.
I would also like to thank Sage’s blog tours for organising this. Here is the link for the website:

Mockingjay – Suzanne Collins

Rating: ★★★★
Three words: Exciting, sad, breath-taking.
Age Recommendation: 12/13 to 35. You can probably notice that the age recommendation keeps rising through the trilogy, that is because as the trilogy continues, the story line gets harder, and harder to pick out.

My review: Only 4 stars. Why? SPOILER AHEAD. SKIP TO NEXT PARAGRAPH IF YOU HAVEN’T READ THE BOOK! Because there is no actual hunger games in Mockingjay, the action level is low, therefore brings my star rating down. I love the part where Katniss defies even the rebels, and shoots Coin.
Books never make me cry, but Suzanne Collins has just broken a record. Her swift writing triggered my tears. Well done Suzanne.

Catching Fire – Suzanne Collins

Rating: ★★★★★
Three words to describe: Cliff hanging, interesting, humorous.
Age Recommendation: 11 to 30. You may be asking why it’s eleven, not 12. That’s because as the books go one, the story line gets more complicated.

My review: Another 5 stars, I absolutely adore the Hunger Games trilogy. I love how the main story line, is covered up but linked in with the actual games. They way that Suzanne Collins has written this catches my attention, and leaves the readers hanging at the end of each chapter.
I couldn’t put this book down, and that is why I read the whole series in just one weekend. This book is great for advanced readers who will read past the killing part. I also recommend reading the fist book first, as some of the concepts will not make sense.
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Blog Tours

Hello Readers,

Right now, I am applying for lots of blog tours.

What is a blog tour?

A blog tour is when an author visits some blogs and answer interview questions. They also give lots of information about their book, and if it’s not yet released, they tell you the release date. Having blog tours is a great opportunity for the author, the blog and the readers as it benefits all of us.
Here are some badges I have collected.

Me, My Shelf and I

Book Nerd Tours
Tasty Book Tours
Enchantress of Books Blog Tours
Itching For Books

Reading Addiction Blog Tours

Xpresso Book Tours

The Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins

Rating: ★★★★★
Three words: Thrilling, amazing and can’t-put-it-down
Age Recommendation: From 10 to 30. I don’t recommend reading before 10, or when you just turn 10, because you won’t understand the real problem.

My Review:
My friends were all reading this book, but they described the book as more of a crime fiction book so I held off reading it. One of my closest friends told me that it’s not actually about all of the fighting, but about the background to why it all started, so I read it.
After reading it I was mad at myself for not reading it earlier, it was amazing and I read it in 2 days because I couldn’t put it down. I’m trying not to give away too much, so here is a warning, this next sentence is a spoiler.
My favourite bit was in training, Katniss just shows that she can fight for herself, and that the capital is doing it wrong.
The only down point of this book is that after Mockingjay (the final book of the trilogy) there is no more.
My advice, read it slowly 🙂