I mentioned this earlier in the week, but now I actually have ARCs ready, it’s time to mention it again. Would anyone like an advance copy of North Pole Reform School to read in the next few weeks and write a review on Amazon afterwards?
There will be a tour in December, but as it will be quite small, and because it doesn’t start for two more months, I’m asking if anyone would like to review the book early? With Not Pretty Enough, the tour started two months after it’s release date, and in those first two months it had hardly any reviews on Amazon because no one was posting them until the tour started. Because this is a Christmas book, there’s only a very limited amount of time in which people are going to be interested in buying it, and having it review-less on Amazon until the middle of December isn’t the best plan!
It doesn’t matter if you’re a book blogger or not, but if you fancy reading the book and writing a quick review within the next six weeks or so, please get in touch and I’d be happy to send you an ebook copy! Sign-ups for the tour aren’t open yet, I’ll post about it properly when they are, but you’d still be more than welcome to sign up for that too and request a guest post or interview instead, or just post your review then too!
The book will be released on November 6th! (This isn’t a deadline for the review or anything, just the release date!)
About the book:
Mistletoe Bell hates Christmas. So would you if you had a name like hers. Her Christmas-mad parents make the festive season last all year, and with another Christmas looming, Mis doesn’t think she can take any more. After her carelessness causes an accident at school, it seems like things can’t get any worse.
Then she wakes up to find The Ghost of Christmases Ruined in her bedroom.
She is taken to the North Pole, to a reform school run by elves determined to make her love Christmas. Stuck in a misfit group of fellow Christmas-haters with a motley crew of the weird and even weirder, watched over by elves day and night, she doesn’t expect to meet cute and funny Luke, who is hiding a vulnerable side beneath his sarcastic exterior. She doesn’t expect to fall in love with him.
But all is not as it should be at the North Pole. A certain Mr Claus is making the elves’ lives a misery, and pretty soon Mistletoe and Luke are doing more than just learning to like Christmas.
A YA romantic comedy in which Santa is the bad guy, teaching reindeer to fly is on the curriculum, and zombies have a fondness for Christmas music.
Suitable for older teens and upwards due to bad language.
You can find the book on Goodreads: HERE