TOUR SCHEDULE: Youngblood by Sasha Laurens

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for Youngblood by Sasha Laurens.

July 18th
Writing Rose Reads – Interview
Twirling Book Princess – Promotional Post
Rampant Reading Reviews – Review & Favorite Quotes

July 19th
The Book Dutchesses – Promotional Post
Althea Draper – Review
The Written Journey – Review & Playlist
PopTheButterfly Reads – Review

July 20th
Rainbows and Sunshine – Review
Brinns Books – Review & Favorite Quotes
See Sadie Read – Review

July 21st
Kait Plus Books – Interview
Pages & Plots – Promotional Post
pluvioreads – Review & Mini Book

July 22nd
Confessions of YA Reader – Review
Binded by Letters – Review
The carly library – Review

July 23rd
Stuck in Fiction – Promotional Post
Struck by Stories – Review & Mood Board
Confessions of a Reading Addict – Review
Jen Jen Reviews – Review

July 24th
Nine Bookish Lives – Interview
astralbooks – Review & Playlist
Artfully Bookish – Review & Favorite Quotes

July 18th
hoardingbooks.herdingcats – Review & Favorite Quotes
bookish.by.trade – Top 5 Reasons to Read Youngblood
writingrosereads – Blogger’s Choice
rampant_reading – Blogger’s Choice

July 19th
lisashelves – Top 5 Reasons to Read Youngblood
shhmommysreading – Review
thewrittenjourney_ – Blogger’s Choice
popthebutterfly – Blogger’s Choice

July 20th
kerasalwaysreading – Review
tinybooknest – 15 Reactions While Reading Youngblood
rainbowsandsunshinebookblog – Blogger’s Choice
brinnsbooks – Blogger’s Choice
See_Sadie_read – Blogger’s Choice

July 21st
booksatlunch – Top 5 Reasons to Read Youngblood & Mood Board
wraitreads – Review & Tik Tok
pluvioreads – Blogger’s Choice

July 22nd
tbrandbeyond – Promotional Post
cozybooktraveller – Book Look, Review & Playlist
lifewithprinceman – Review, Creative post
thegalaxydreamer – Blogger’s Choice
thecarlylibrary – Blogger’s Choice

July 23rd
books_and_dice – Review & Favorite Quotes
lavendersbook – Review
feliciareads11 – Blogger’s Choice
jenjenreviews – Blogger’s Choice

July 24th
onemused – Review
findangoh – Top 5 Reasons to Read Youngblood
ninebookishlives – Blogger’s Choice
natashaleighton_ – Blogger’s Choice

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary Fantasy
Publishing date: July 19th, 2022

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Rep: Queer, Lesbian, Nonbinary, Gay, Salvadorian, Chinese, Biracial Indian

Synopsis:

For fans of Vampire Diaries and dark academia, two queer teen bloodsuckers at an elite vampire-only boarding school must go up against all of Vampirdom when they uncover a frightening conspiracy on campus.

Kat Finn and her mother can barely make ends meet living among humans. Like all vampires, they must drink Hema, an expensive synthetic blood substitute, to survive, as nearly all of humanity has been infected by a virus that’s fatal to vampires. Kat isn’t looking forward to an immortal life of barely scraping by, but when she learns she’s been accepted to the Harcote School, a prestigious prep school that’s secretly vampires-only, she knows her fortune is about to change.

Taylor Sanger has grown up in the wealthy vampire world, but she’s tired of its backward, conservative values—especially when it comes to sexuality, since she’s an out-and-proud lesbian. She only has to suffer through a two more years of Harcote before she’s free. But when she discovers her new roommate is Kat Finn, she’s horrified. Because she and Kat used to be best friends, a long time ago, and it didn’t end well.

When Taylor stumbles upon the dead body of a vampire, and Kat makes a shocking discovery in the school’s archives, the two realize that there are deep secrets at Harcote—secrets that link them to the most powerful figures in Vampirdom and to the synthetic blood they all rely on.

Content Warning: Vampire stuff in general: blood, feeding on humans, loss of autonomy. Also lesbophobia/homophobia, death, pandemic disease, some racism and classism

SASHA LAURENS grew up in Northern California, where she learned to drive on Highway 1’s switchback turns and got accustomed to the best weather in the world. After studying creative writing and literature at Columbia University, she lived in New York for years and, at various times, in Russia. She currently resides in Michigan, where she is pursuing a PhD in political science.

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