TOUR SCHEDULE: When it All Syncs Up by Maya Ameyaw

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for When it All Syncs Up by Maya Ameyaw.

June 5th
Armed with A BookReview
Pages &
Plots – Promotional Post

June 6th
Stuck in Fiction – Interview
Book-Keeping – Top 5 Reasons to Read When It All Syncs Up

June 7th
Paiges of Novels – Top 5 Reasons to Read When It All Syncs Up
Charli’s Book Box – Promotional Post

June 8th
yassreads – Interview
Midsummer Night’s Read – Review
PopTheButterfly Reads– Review

June 9th
Literary Liza– Review
The Litt Librarian– Review

June 10th
The Book Dutchesses – Promotional Post
The Thought Scribbler’s Blog– Review

June 11th
Justice For Readers – Interview
Unconventional Quirky Bibliophile – Promotional Post

June 5th
writingrosereads – Promotional Post
infinite_bookworm86Promotional Post
_armedwithabookContent Creator’s Choice
pagesplots– Content Creator’s Choice

June 6th – Promotional Post
rickys_radical_reads – Review
hollymbryan– Content Creator’s Choice

June 7th
bookdemonio – Promotional Post
gsreadingspree – Review
paiges_of_novels– Content Creator’s Choice
charlisbookbox– Content Creator’s Choice

June 8th
allielovestoread – Review, Favorite Quotes
yassreads_– Content Creator’s Choice
popthebutterfly– Content Creator’s Choice

June 9th
ninebookishlives – Promotional Post
quirkylitlover – Review
literaryliza– Content Creator’s Choice
thelittlibrarian– Content Creator’s Choice

June 10th
tbrandbeyond – Promotional Post
whisperingprose – Review
lunatonks_777– Content Creator’s Choice

June 11th
ablueboxfullofbooks – Review, Creative Post: Little Free Library Drop
theenchantedshelf – Review
tbthewriterJournal Spread, TikTok
justiceforreaders– Content Creator’s Choice
quirkybibliophile– Content Creator’s Choice

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary
Publishing date: June 6th, 2023

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Rep: Black


A Black teen dancer with dreams of landing a spot in a prestigious ballet company must learn to dance on her own terms in this explosive debut about the healing power of art and friendship, perfect for fans of Heartstopper and Tiny Pretty Things.

Ballet is Aisha’s life. So when she’s denied yet another lead at her elite academy because she doesn’t “look” the part, she knows something has to change–the constant discrimination is harming her mental health. Switching to her best friend Neil’s art school seems like the perfect plan at first. But she soon discovers racism and bullying are entrenched in the ballet program here, too, and there’s a new, troubling distance between her and Neil. And as past traumas surface, pressure from friends and family, a new romance, and questions about her dance career threaten to overwhelm her. There’s no choreography to follow–for high school or for healing. Aisha will have to find the strength within herself–and place her trust in others–to make her next move.

Content Warning: Brief mention of physical and sexual abuse, on page verbal abuse, racism, colorism, depictions of an eating disorder, body dysmorphia, disassociation/depersonalization, depression and alcohol dependency

Maya Ameyaw worked as a bookseller in college and currently works as a community arts writing instructor. Her contemporary debut WHEN IT ALL SYNCS UP has been awarded grants by the Toronto Arts Council, the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts.

A deleted excerpt of her upcoming novel is included in the anthology BRILLIANCE IS THE CLOTHING I WEAR, which was featured in Quill and Quire literary magazine.

In her free time, Maya enjoys hanging out with her adorable dwarf rabbit and devouring as many books as possible. She also loves exploring all the bookstores that Toronto has to offer.

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