Genre: Contemporary YA
The Broken One. Sixteen-year-old Farris Sloan is picking up the pieces after the untimely death of her best friend Kelsey. But even one year later, Farris can’t seem to find “normal” again—not until Lane Evans pops back into her life and pushes her to face reality. When he offers her the chance to find out the truth about Kelsey’s death, Farris fears what will surface. Is it too much too soon or just what she needs to move forward? The Broken One explores a teen’s struggle to overcome loss and her hope to rediscover what it truly means to live and love.
About the Author:
Christine H. Bailey teaches creative writing and written composition at a private university in Tennessee. Before teaching English, Bailey worked as a journalist, a marketing/public relations writer, and a freelance editor. Girl in the Middle is Bailey’s debut novel that takes a look at the aftermath of a family crisis and what happens to a family when a child goes missing. The book also touches on the hierarchical nature of high school. Bailey’s third YA novel (April 2016), The Broken One, deals with love, loss, and a beautiful awakening after a tragedy. Bailey is currently working on her fourth YA novel. Bailey, a native Canadian, is also a blogger, teacher, speaker, and mom of two ! Check out her weekly blog at https://girlinthemiddlebailey.
We are scheduling a blog tour for The Broken One by Christine Bailey. The tour is scheduled from December 5th through December 11th. A maximum of 15 tour hosts may join this event.
Counter Culture Critic – Spotlight Post
Just One More Chapter – Spotlight Post
Tales of the Ravenous Reader – Author Interview
Roxy’s Book Reviews – Spotlight Post
The Book Beacon – Review
Sleeps on Tables – Spotlight Post
For Love of Books4 – Guest Post
Crossroad Reviews – Review
Kendra Loves Books – Spotlight Post
Elizabeth Delana Rosa – Spotlight Post
Literary Meanderings – Spotlight Post
YaReads – Author Interview
Dizneeee’s World of Books – Review
Little Red’s Reviews – Author Interview
Book Babbles and Blues – Spotlight Post