TOUR SCHEDULE: Killer Content by Kiley Roache

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for Killer Content by Kiley Roache.

November 29th
Avni Reads – Review

November 30th
Books Are Magic Too – Review
SubtleBookish – Top 5 Reasons to Read Killer Content

December 1st
Stuck in Fiction – Promotional Post
Booklore – Review

December 2nd
Nine Bookish Lives – Promotional Post
Balancing Books and Beauties – Journal Spread & Review

December 3rd
Kait Plus Books – Journal Spread & Mood Board
The Book Dutchesses – Promotional Post

December 4th
Confessions of a YA Reader – Review
PopTheButterfly Reads – Review

December 5th
Books-N-Bullsh!t – Top 5 Reasons to Read Killer Content, Playlist & Mood Board
Thindbooks Blog – Review
Jen Jen Reviews – Review

November 29th
rosyreadz – Book Look & Review
hoardingbooks.herdingcats – Review & Favorite Quotes
lousbookstuff – Review
avnireads – Blogger’s Choice

November 30th
midnightbooklover – Review
onemused – Review
booksaremagictoo – Blogger’s Choice
subtlebookish – Blogger’s Choice

December 1st
timeswithbooks – Top 5 Reasons to Read Killer Content
tinybooknest – 15 Reactions While Reading Killer Content
feliciareads11 – Blogger’s Choice

December 2nd
bookstagramofmine – Review
storieswithsylvia – Review & Playlist
ninebookishlives – Blogger’s Choice
balancing_books_and_beauties – Blogger’s Choice

December 3rd
readerofthewrittenword – Review
tbrandbeyond – Promotional Post
thebookdutchesses – Blogger’s Choice

December 4th
booking.with.janelle – Top 5 Reasons to Read Killer Content
onemused – Review
confessionsofayareader – Blogger’s Choice
popthebutterfly – Blogger’s Choice

December 5th
theenchantedshelf – Review & Playlist
wild.legends – Book Look & Top 5 Reasons to Read Killer Content
thindbooks – Blogger’s Choice
jenjenreviews – Blogger’s Choice

Genre: Young Adult Mystery Thriller
Publishing date: November 20th, 2021

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Knives Out meets One of Us is Lying! In this paperback original thriller a group of famous TikTokers find themselves turning on each other when one member of the group turns up dead at their beachfront Malibu mansion.

35 million followers. One dead body.

The six teenagers who make up the Hype House seem to have it all. A beach front Malibu mansion, millions of TikTok followers, model good looks, and sponsorship deals up to $30,000 per post. Everything’s pretty much a Gen-Z paradise. Except that one member of the house has just turned up dead in the infinity pool. And the rest of them are suspects.

When the group TikTok account starts posting cryptic messages about the murder, the police limit their investigation to the members of the house. Now old joke videos are filed as evidence and past rivalries start to look like motives.

As investigators dig into these influencers’ lives beyond their glossy internet personalities, they discover all five had reasons their lives would’ve been easier with Sydney Reynolds dead. But only one of them killed her.

Underlined is a line of totally addictive romance, thriller, and horror paperback original titles coming to you fast and furious each month. Enjoy everything you want to read the way you want to read it.

Kiley Roache is the author of young adult novels FRAT GIRL and THE DATING GAME (HarperCollins / Inkyard Press) and the upcoming novel KILLER CONTENT, which will be published by Penguin Random House/ Underlined on Nov. 30, 2021. Kiley grew up in the Chicago-area, and has been writing since the 7th grade. She signed with a literary agent days before graduating high school.

She is a graduate of Stanford University where she studied Political Science and holds a master’s degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

Kiley has also worked as a journalist, and her bylines are in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and Businessweek among others. She was the 2018 Daniel Pearl Memorial Journalism Intern, reporting for The Wall Street Journal from the London bureau. She wrote an op-ed for The New York Times’s “On Campus” series entitled “The Future of Frats” arguing that fraternities should go co-ed. It was the lead story in the Times’s “The Edit” newsletter that week.

She now lives in Los Angeles in a house with three of her close friends. When she’s not writing she can be found justifying the purchase of cold brew coffee, reading at the beach, or singing karaoke without hitting a single note.

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