TOUR SCHEDULE: The Words We Keep by Erin Stewart

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for The Words We Keep by Erin Stewart.

March 14th
Metaphors and MiscellaneaReview & Favorite Quotes
Kait Plus BooksMood Board

March 15th
Confessions of a YA ReaderPromotional Post
BookMeSomeTimeReview

March 16th
AbellafairytaleReview
Brinns BooksReview & Favorite Quotes

March 17th
Stuck in FictionPromotional Post
Abigail’s Lost in a BookReview, Favorite Quotes

March 18th
Nine Bookish LivesPromotional Post
Melancholic BlitheMood Board

March 19th
Daydreaming Book LoverReview, Favorite Quotes
Book Lover’s Book ReviewsPromotional Post

March 20th
Whispering StoriesTop 5 Reasons to Read The Words We Keep
The Clever ReaderReview
the carly libraryReview

March 14th
writingrosereadsPromotional Post
metaphorsandmiscBlogger’s Choice

March 15th
justa.gal.andherbooksReview
BookMeSomeTimeBlogger’s Choice

March 16th
gryffindorbookishnerdReview
brinnsbooksBlogger’s Choice

March 17th
bookish.caterpillarReview
feliciareads11Blogger’s Choice
abigailslostinabookBlogger’s Choice

March 18th
finding_joyathomeReview & Favorite Quotes
ninebookishlivesBlogger’s Choice

March 19th
bookloversbookreviewsBlogger’s Choice

March 20th
theenchantedshelfReview, Playlist
thecleverreaderBlogger’s Choice
thecarlylibraryBlogger’s Choice

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary
Publishing date: March 15th, 2022

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Synopsis:

A beautifully realistic, relatable story about mental health and the healing powers of art–perfect for fans of Girl in Pieces and How it Feels to Float.

It’s been three months since The Night on the Bathroom Floor–when Lily found her older sister Alice hurting herself. Ever since then, Lily has been desperately trying to keep things together, for herself and for her family. But now Alice is coming home from her treatment program and it is becoming harder for Lily to ignore all of the feelings she’s been trying to outrun.

Enter Micah, a new student at school with a past of his own. He was in treatment with Alice and seems determined to get Lily to process not only Alice’s experience, but her own. Because Lily has secrets, too. Compulsions she can’t seem to let go of and thoughts she can’t drown out.

When Lily and Micah embark on an art project for school involving finding poetry in unexpected places, she realizes that it’s the words she’s been swallowing that desperately want to break through.

Erin Stewart is the author of SCARS LIKE WINGS, her debut novel. Erin is a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern and a BYU undergraduate who works as a freelance writer and editor, as well as a weekly columnist in Salt Lake City.

Erin lives in Utah with her husband and three children. She is represented by the amazing Rebecca Sherman of Writers House.

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