TOUR SCHEDULE: Sway With Me by Syed M Masood

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for Sway With Me by Syed M Masood.

November 8th
The Book Dutchesses – Promotional Post
Lost in a Bookstore – Review

November 9th
Melancholic Blithe – Interview & Mood Board
Whispering Stories – Review & Favorite Quotes

November 10th
Stuck in Fiction – Promotional Post
PopTheButterfly Reads – Review

November 11th
Fanna for Books – Review
Books Are Magic Too – Interview

November 12th
Nine Bookish Lives – Promotional Post
Diary of a Bookgirl – Review

November 13th
Kait Plus Books – Interview
The Written Journey – Book Look & Review
Confessions of a YA Reader – Promotional Post

November 14th
Little Corner Reads – 15 Reactions While Reading Sway With Me
A Logophile’s Love – Review
The Caffeinated Rareder – Review & Favorite Quotes

November 8th
tbrandbeyond – Promotional Post
thebookdutchesses – Blogger’s Choice

November 9th
rosyreadz – Review, Playlist & Favorite Quotes
storieswithsylvia – Review

November 10th
feliciareads11 – Blogger’s Choice
popthebutterfly – Blogger’s Choice

November 11th
whisperingprose – Review
booksaremagictoo – Blogger’s Choice

November 12th
ninebookishlives – Blogger’s Choice
diaryofsulagna – Blogger’s Choice

November 13th
theshakespeareana – Review,
thewrittenjourney_ – Blogger’s Choice

November 14th
tinybooknest – Review, Favorite Quotes & Mood Board
thecaffeinatedrareder – Blogger’s Choice

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary Romance
Publishing date: November 9th, 2021

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Synopsis:

Arsalan has learned everything he knows from Nana, his 100-year-old great-grandfather. This includes the fact that when Nana dies, Arsalan will be completely alone in the world, except for his estranged and abusive father. So he turns to Beenish, the step-daughter of a prominent matchmaker, to find him a future life partner. Beenish’s request in return? That Arsalan help her ruin her older sister’s wedding with a spectacular dance she’s been forbidden to perform.

Despite knowing as little about dancing as he does about girls, Arsalan wades into Beenish’s chaotic world to discover friends and family he never expected. And though Arsalan’s old-school manners and Beenish’s take-no-prisoners attitude clash every minute, they find themselves getting closer and closer—literally. All that’s left to realize is that the thing they both really want is each other, if only they can get in step.

I grew up in Karachi, Pakistan, and currently live in Sacramento, California. There have been plenty of stops in between though. I’m a first generation immigrant, twice over. I’ve been a citizen of three different countries and lived in nine cities. I am, as Goethe, said, “nothing but a wanderer […] on this earth.”

Living among different people, in different countries at fascinating times in their histories, has shaped both my view of the world and my writing. Ultimately, human beings are the same everywhere (despite the fact that they tell themselves, everywhere, that they are different from each other), and the theme of this fundamental human unity informs everything I write.

As to my life outside of writing, I went to the William and Mary School of Law, and before that attended the University of Toronto, where I studied English Literature. I am currently practicing as an attorney and must “measure out my life in coffee spoons” on a daily basis.

Some members of my family will tell you that I’m also a poet. This isn’t true. I wrote a few poems in Urdu when I was a teenager, and I’ve never heard the end of it…which I wouldn’t mind, honestly, if they were any good. As it is, I’m very happy living in prose, thank you very much.

Other interests include good food, video games, sitcoms, and books of all kinds. Most of my time that doesn’t go to writing or billable hours is consumed by my two children, four and two years of age.

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