TOUR SCHEDULE: Brighter Than the Sun by Daniel Aleman

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for Brighter Than the Sun by Daniel Aleman.

March 20th
Stuck in Fiction – Promotional Post
Brinn’s Books – Review
Absorbing Reads – Review, Playlist

March 21st
Pages & Plots – Promotional Post
Charli’s Book Box – Promotional Post

March 22nd
Sheaf & Ink – Promotional Post
Book-Keeping – Review
The Moon Phoenix – Review, Creative Post – Reel Aesthetic

March 23rd
The Ink Slinger – Review, Favorite Quotes, Mood Board
The Litt Librarian – Promotional Post
Jen Jen Reviews – Review

March 24th
Confessions of a YA Reader – Promotional Post
unconventional Quirky Bibliophile – Review, Mood Board

March 25th
Kait Plus Books – Promotional Post
deepireads – Review, Mood Board

March 26th
Rae’s Reading Lounge – Review, Favorite Quotes
Forever In A Story – Review, Playlist
bookloversbookreviews – Promotional Post

March 20th
dreaminginpages – Promotional Post
bujos_n_books – Review, Favorite Quotes, Mood Board
hoardingbooks.herdingcats – Review, Favorite Quotes
brinnsbooks – Content Creator’s Choice
hey_its_meg_777 – Content Creator’s Choice

March 21st
ninebookishlives – Promotional Post
fictionalfey – Review, Mood Board
secretrhs05 – Review, Book Aesthetic Reel
wellreadywyvern – Review
charlisbookbox – Content Creator’s Choice

March 22nd
bookdemonio – Promotional Post – Review
sheafandink – Content Creator’s Choice
hollymbryan – Content Creator’s Choice
themoonphoenix – Content Creator’s Choice

March 23rd
tbrandbeyond – Promotional Post
allielovestoread – Review, Favorite Quotes
naturegracereader – Review
whisperingprose – Review
thelittlibrarian – Content Creator’s Choice
jenjenreviews – Content Creator’s Choice

March 24th
writingrosereads – Promotional Post
nurse_bookie – Top 5 Reasons to Read Brighter Than the Sun – Review, Favorite Quotes
kathreadsya – Review
quirkybibliophile – Content Creator’s Choice

March 25th
bookish__paws – Promotional Post
froggyreadteach – Review, Classroom Library Drop
christinasreadingadventure – Review
laurensbookvibes – Review
deepireads – Content Creator’s Choice

March 26th
quirkylitlover – Promotional Post
theenchantedshelf – Review
hodophile_z – Review
foreverinastory – Content Creator’s Choice
bookloversbookreviews – Content Creator’s Choice

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary
Publishing date: Little Brown Books for Young Readers

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Rep: Immigrant, Mexican, Mexican-American


From the author of the award-winning debut novel INDIVISIBLE comes an affecting, timely, and thought-provoking story about going after your dreams, making tough choices, and learning that change gives as much as it takes.

Every morning, sixteen-year-old Sol wakes up at the break of dawn in her hometown of Tijuana, Mexico, and makes the trip across the border to go to school in the United States. Though the commute is exhausting, this is the best way to achieve her dream of becoming the first person in her family to go to college.

When her family’s restaurant starts struggling, Sol must find a part-time job in San Diego to help her dad put food on the table and pay the bills. But her complicated school and work schedules on the US side of the border mean moving in with her best friend and leaving her family behind.

With her life divided by an international border, Sol must come to terms with the loneliness she hides, the pressure she feels to succeed for her family, and the fact that the future she once dreamt of is starting to seem unattainable. Mostly, she’ll have to grapple with a secret she’s kept even from herself: that maybe she’s relieved to have escaped her difficult home life, and a part of her may never want to return.

Content Warning: Immigration, class differences, discrimination, separation from family by international border

Daniel Aleman
 is the award-winning author of Indivisible. He was born and raised in Mexico City. A graduate of McGill University, he is passionate about books, coffee, and dogs.

After spending time in Montreal and the New York City area, he now lives in Toronto, where he is on a never-ending search for the best tacos in the city.

His second novel, Brighter Than the Sun, will be published on March 21, 2023 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.

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