TOUR SCHEDULE: Two Truths and a Lie by April Henry

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for Two Truths and a Lie by April Henry.

May 23rd
Stuck in Fiction – Promotional Post
The Bookwyrm’s Den – Review
Balancing Books And Beauties – Book Look

May 24th
Nine Bookish Lives – Promotional Post
Kait Plus Books – Mood Board
The Girl Who Reads – Review

May 25th
The Viewing List – Review
Boys’ Mom Reads! – Review

May 26th
Abigail’s Lost in a Book – Review & Favorite Quotes
AndOnSheReads – Review
A Court Of Runes and Roses – Review
Jen Jen Reviews – Review

May 27th
The Book Dutchesses – Promotional Post
Books and Babble – Review
The Clever Reader – Review

May 28th
eastendreader98 – Review
Whispering Stories – Review & Favorite Quotes
The Someday Librarian – Promotional Post

May 29th
Confessions of a YA Reader – Promotional Post
Book Lover’s Book Reviews – Promotional Post & Tik Tok
Stuck in the Stacks – Review

May 23rd
booking.with.janelle – Top 5 Reasons to Read Two Truths and a Lie
feliciareads11 – Blogger’s Choice
balancing_books_and_beauties – Blogger’s Choice

May 24th
jacleomik33 – Review
ninebookishlives – Blogger’s Choice
bookstagramofmine – Blogger’s Choice

May 25th
writingrosereads – Promotional Post
katiereads23 – Review

May 26th
shereadytoread – Top 5 Reasons to Read Two Truths and a Lie
abigailslostinabook – Blogger’s Choice
acourtofrunesandroses – Blogger’s Choice
jenjenreviews – Blogger’s Choice

May 27th
biblio.jojo – Top 5 Reasons to Read Two Truths and a Lie
gryffindorbookishnerd – Review
thecleverreader – Blogger’s Choice

May 28th
justa.gal.andherbooks – Review
eastendreader98 – Blogger’s Choice
thesomedaylibrarian – Blogger’s Choice

May 29th
tbrandbeyond – Promotional Post
bookloversbookreviews – Blogger’s Choice
stuck.in.the.stacks – Blogger’s Choice

Genre: Young Adult Thriller
Publishing date: May 24th, 2022

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Synopsis:

A group of teens are trapped in an old motel with a murderer in this chilling YA mystery by New York Times bestselling author April Henry.

Nell has always wanted to be an actor, but doubts her ability. As a member of her school’s theater program, she prefers working backstage. On the way to a contest, an unexpected blizzard strands her acting troupe in a creepy motel. Soon they meet a group of strangers from another high school—including the mysterious and handsome Knox, who insists they play the game Two Truths and a Lie. When it’s Nell’s turn, she draws a slip of paper inked in unfamiliar handwriting:

I like to watch people die.
I’ve lost count of how many people I’ve killed.

Suddenly a night of harmless fun turns into a matter of life and death. As guests go missing, it becomes clear that a murderer is hiding in their midst ready to strike again. In a room full of liars and performers, the truth is never quite what it seems. Nell is going to have to act like her life depends on it—because it does.

New York Times-bestselling author April Henry knows how to kill you in a two-dozen different ways. She makes up for a peaceful childhood in an intact home by killing off fictional characters. There was one detour on April’s path to destruction:  when she was 12 she sent a short story about a six-foot tall frog who loved peanut butter to noted children’s author Roald Dahl. He liked it so much he showed it to his editor, who asked if she could publish it in Puffin Post, an international children’s magazine. By the time April was in her 30s, she had started writing about hit men, kidnappers, and drug dealers. She has published 26 mysteries and thrillers for teens and adults, with more to come. She is known for meticulously researching her novels to get the details right. 

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