TOUR SCHEDULE: Girl Forgotten by April Henry

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for Girl Forgotten by April Henry.

March 27th
Stuck in Fiction – Interview
Confessions of a YA Reader – Review

March 28th
The Sleepy Bookworm – Review
forthenovellovers – Review

March 29th
And On She Reads – Review
Beauty & Her Books – Review

March 30th
Kait Plus Books – Interview
Phannie the ginger bookworm – Review, Playlist

March 31st
Reading Stewardess – Review
Charli’s Book Box – Review

April 1st
DB’s Guide to the Galaxy – Review
Boys’ Mom Reads! – Review

April 2nd
The Book Dutchesses – Interview
The Clever Reader – Review

March 27th
books.andsnacks – Review
whatageminireads – Promotional Post – Review
cozybooktraveller – Review, Playlist

March 28th
casreadz – Promotional Post
thesleepybookworm – Content Creator’s Choice

March 29th
lisashelves – Promotional Post
dreaminginpages – Review
thereadinggargoyle – Promotional Post
beautynherbooks – Content Creator’s Choice

March 30th
neverknotreading – Promotional Post
lifewithprinceman – Review, Creative Post: Annotation art
daniereads87 – Review
a_young_writer – Review, Favorite Quotes

March 31st
bookishlifeofkels – Promotional Post
naturegracereader – Review
charliebookbox – Content Creator’s Choice

April 1st – Review
nissa_the.bookworm – Review
shereadytoread – Content Creator’s Choice

April 2nd
lunatonks_777 – Review
laurensbookvibes – Promotional Post
kathytrihardt – Top 5 Reasons to Read Girl Forgotten
thecleverreader – Content Creator’s Choice

Genre: Young Adult Thriller
Publishing date: March 28, 2023

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Piper Gray starts a true-crime podcast investigating a seventeen-year-old cold case in this thrilling YA murder mystery by New York Times bestselling author April Henry. 

Seventeen years ago, Layla Trello was murdered and her killer was never found. Enter true-crime fan Piper Gray, who is determined to reopen Layla’s case and get some answers. With the help of Jonas—who has a secret of his own—Piper starts a podcast investigating Layla’s murder. But as she digs deeper into the mysteries of the past, Piper begins receiving anonymous threats telling her to back off the investigation, or else. The killer is still out there, and Piper must uncover their identity before they silence her forever. 

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 27 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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