Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for We Made It All Up by Margot Harrison.
thebookcoverlover – Review
karendeeandabc – Review
booking.with.janelle – Review & Playlist
pluvioreads – Blogger’s Choice
hollymbryan – Blogger’s Choice
balancing_books_and_beauties – Blogger’s Choice
writingrosereads – Promotional Post
nikki_bookbinges – Top 5 Reasons to Read We Made It All Up & Mood Board
lisashelves – Top 5 Reasons to Read We Made It All Up
following.fantasies – Top 5 Reasons to Read We Made It All Up & Playlist
sxnvi.b – Blogger’s Choice
Celeste is the talk of the town when she moves to Montana from Montreal, but the only friend she makes is Vivvy, the heir to the town’s name and a social pariah. Inspired by a passion-fueled school incident, they begin writing a love-story fan fic between the popular guy and the school stoner, one that gradually reveals Celeste’s past. While their bond makes Celeste feel safe and alive again, Vivvy keeps prodding Celeste to turn fantasy into reality. When they finally try, one drunken night on a dark mountainside, Celeste is the one who ends up kissing golden boy Joss. And Joss ends up dead.
Celeste doesn’t remember the end of that night and can’t be sure she didn’t deliver the killing blow. Could she still be that scared of getting close to a boy? Secrets are hard to keep in a small town, and even Vivvy seems to suspect her. Exploring the winding passages of the cave where Joss died, Celeste learns he had his own dark secrets, as does Vivvy. The town isn’t as innocent as it appears.
Content Warning: Mentions of past Sexual Aassault, Talk of Homophobia (no slurs), Stalking, Slut Shaming
Margot Harrison has a lifelong habit of creeping herself out and now attempts to creep others out via her fiction. Her teenage dream was to see as many movies as possible and write about them, which she does as a Tomatometer critic for Vermont media company Seven Days.
She is also a Harvard grad, wrangler of calicos, speaker of French, native of New York City, and lover of horror podcasts and strong black tea.
She loves hearing from readers! Fill in the contact form to send her a message.
Representation: Jessica Sinsheimer, Context Literary Agency