TOUR SCHEDULE: The People We Choose by Katelyn Detweiler

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for The People We Choose by Katelyn Detweiler.

July 12th
The Book Dutchesses – Interview

July 13th
Perusewithcoffee – Review & Favourite Quotes

July 14th
Pages & Plots – Promo Post
The Book Review Crew – Review

July 15th
Kait Plus Books – Interview & Mood Board
DJREADSBOOKS – Top 5 Reasons to Read The People We Choose & Favourite Quotes

July 16th
Stuck in Fiction – Promo Post
Books With Michelle – Review & Top 5 Reasons to Read The People We Choose

July 17th
Kathryn Booka – Review & Favourite Quotes

July 18th
Nine Bookish Lives – Interview
HerBookishObsession – Review

July 12th
wineandreadwithbri – Review & Favourite Quotes

July 13th
fangirlpixiebooks – Promo Post

July 14th
thebookreviewcrew – Blogger’s Choice

July 15th
hoardingbooks.herdingcats – Review & Favourite Quotes
djreadsbooks – Blogger’s Choice

July 16th
feliciareads11 – Blogger’s Choice
bookswithmichellee – Blogger’s Choice

July 17th
tbrandbeyond – Promo Post
luna_reads – Review & Favourite Quotes

July 18th
ninebookishlives – Blogger’s Choice
herbookish_obsession – Blogger’s Choice



Genre: Young Adult Contemporary
Publishing date: May 4th, 2021

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Synopsis:

When 17-year-old Calliope meets her new neighbor Max, their connection is instantaneous, but the revelation of her sperm donor’s identity changes everything.

Calliope Silversmith has always had just two friends in her small Pennsylvania town, Ginger and Noah, and she’s fine with that. She’s never wanted anything more than her best friends, her moms, their house in the woods, and their family-run yoga studio—except maybe knowing who her sperm donor is. Her curiosity has been building for years, and she can finally find out this summer when she turns eighteen.

Then Max and his family move into the house across the woods from Calliope, and she immediately feels a special connection with her new neighbor, one that feels different than just friendship. The stability of her longtime trio wavers over the next few weeks as she and Max start to spend more time together.

But when Calliope makes contact with her sperm donor she learns a surprising truth: her donor is Max’s father. How is this even possible?

As she and Max struggle to redefine their friendship now that they know they’re half-siblings, Calliope realizes she has much to gain by recognizing and accepting that family is both the one she has been born into, and the one she chooses to make.

Perfect for readers looking for stories about family dynamics and fans of The Other F-Word by Natasha Friend. 

Katelyn Detweiler was born and raised in a small town in eastern Pennsylvania, living in a centuries-old farmhouse surrounded by fields and woods. She spent the vast majority of childhood with her nose in a book or creating make-believe worlds with friends, daydreaming about how she could turn those interests into an actual paying career. After graduating from Penn State University with a B.A. in English Literature, emphasis in Creative Writing and Women’s Studies, she packed her bags and made the move to New York City, determined to break into the world of publishing. She worked for two years in the marketing department of Macmillan Children’s Group before moving in 2010 to the agency side of the business at Jill Grinberg Literary, where she is currently a literary agent representing books for all ages and across all genres.

Katelyn lives in a cozy Brooklyn apartment with her husband Danny and her son Alfie, surrounded by stacks of books and records and diapers. When she’s not reading or writing or taking care of a tiny human, Katelyn enjoys yoga, fancy beverages, and road trips. She frequently treks back to her hometown in Pennsylvania, a lovely green escape from life in the city, and her favorite place to write.

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