TOUR SCHEDULE: The Fight for Midnight by Dan Solomon

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for The Fight for Midnight by Dan Solomon.

June 19th
One More Exclamation – Review

June 20th
The Book Dutchesses – Interview

June 21st
Book-Keeping – Top 5 Reasons to Read The Fight for Midnight

June 22nd
Stuck in Fiction – Interview

June 23rd
Charli’s Book Box – Promotional Post

June 24th
Read and Reviewed – Interview

June 25th
Paiges of Novels – Review, Favorite Quotes

June 19th
writingrosereads – Promotional Post
onemoreexclamation – Content Creator’s Choice

June 20th
bookdemonio – Promotional Post
overlookingcovers – Review, Favorite Quotes

June 21st
tequilamcknbrdreads – Review, Favorite Quotes
hollymbryan – Content Creator’s Choice

June 22nd
ninebookishlives – Promotional Post
cafe_librum – Promotional Post

June 23rd
nolareads504 – Review, Favorite Quotes
charlisbookbox – Content Creator’s Choice

June 24th
tbrandbeyond – Promotional Post
ablueboxfullofbooks – Creative post: Little Free Library Drop

June 25th
enthuse_reader – Top 5 Reasons to Read The Fight for Midnight, TikTok
paiges_of_novels – Content Creator’s Choice

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary
Publishing date: June 20, 2023

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It’s been a rough year for Alex Collins. In the past twelve months, he’s lost his best friend, become the target of the two biggest bullies at school, and been sentenced to community service. But on June 25, 2013, he gets a call for help from Cassie Ramirez, the prettiest girl in school. At last, he feels like his luck might be changing.

Cassie is at the Texas State Capitol to protest Wendy Davis’s historic filibuster of the abortion bill HB2, and she’s rallying everyone she knows to join her. Until today, Alex didn’t know what a filibuster was, and he’d never given a moment’s thought to how he felt about abortion. But at the Capitol, he finds himself in the middle of a tense scene full of pro-life “blueshirts,” pro-choice “orangeshirts,” and blustering politicians playing political games as Wendy Davis tries to run out the clock at midnight.

Alex may have entered the Capitol looking to spend time with Cassie, but the political gets personal when he runs into his ex-friend Shireen in an orange T-shirt and quickly realizes that when it comes to an issue like abortion, neutral isn’t an option. Over the next nineteen hours—as things get increasingly heated both on the Senate floor and between the two sets of protesters—Alex will struggle to figure out what side he’s on, knowing that whatever choice he makes will bring him face-to-face with his past mistakes.

Content Warning: Bullying

Dan Solomon is a journalist based out of Austin, Texas. He’s a senior writer at Texas Monthly, and his writing has appeared in the New York Times, Vanity Fair, and Details. He covered the HB2 filibuster for the Austin Chronicle, where his work was part of the alt-weekly’s AAN Award-nominated coverage.

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