Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for Ironspark by C.M. Mcguire.
TBR and Beyond (blogger’s choice)
The Reading Book Fairy (blogger’s choice)
Jena Brown Writes (Review)
Books and Dice (Review & Favourite Quotes)
Metaphors and Miscellanea (Favourite Quote & 3 Reasons to Read)
Unconventional Quirky Bibliophile (Review)
The Heart of a Book Blogger (Promo)
Moonlight Rendezvous (Review)
The Book Dutchesses (Promo)
Storme Reads A Lot (Favourite Quote)
Sassenach the Book Wizard (Review)
Bookishfairytail (Review & Favourite Quote)
Belle’s Archive (Promo)
Big Borrowed Books (Review)
Pop The Butterfly Reads (Review)
Young at Heart Reader (Promo)
Spilled Ink (Promo)
Fangirl.Bookgram (blogger’s choice)
Shelf Blame (Review)
One More Chapter (Promo)
The Writer’s Alley (Promo)
Thousands of Pages (Promo)
The Reading Faery (blogger’s choice)
Fangirl Pixie Blog (blogger’s choice)
A teen outcast must work together with new friends to keep her family and town safe from murderous Fae while also dealing with panic attacks, family issues, and a lesbian love triangle in C.M. McGuires’s kick-butt paranormal YA debut, Ironspark.
For the past nine years, ever since a bunch of those evil Tinkerbells abducted her mother, cursed her father, and forced her family into hiding, Bryn has devoted herself to learning everything she can about killing the Fae. Now it’s time to put those lessons to use.
Then the Court Fae finally show up, and Bryn realizes she can’t handle this on her own. Thankfully, three friends offer to help: Gwen, a kindhearted water witch; Dom, a new foster kid pulled into her world; and Jasika, a schoolmate with her own grudge against the Fae.
But trust is hard-won, and what little Bryn has gained is put to the test when she uncovers a book of Fae magic that belonged to her mother. With the Fae threat mounting every day, Bryn must choose between faith in her friends and power from a magic that could threaten her very humanity.
When C.M. McGuire, author of Ironspark, was a child, she drove her family crazy with her nonstop stories. Lucky for them, she eventually learned to write and gave their ears a rest. This love of stories led her to college where she pursued history (semi-nonfictional storytelling), anthropology (where stories come from) and theater (attention-seeking storytelling). When she isn’t writing, she’s painting, crocheting, gardening, baking, and teaching the next generation to love stories as much as she does.