Howdy, folks! I have another book blast and giveaway for you! This is going to be my last one for this half of the year. I still have blog tours spread out until June, but this is the last book blast. I’ve decided to scale down on the blasts and tours so I can blog more about ‘me’ stuff and focus on writing awesome posts. Hah. ;)
Having said that, check out The Newstead Project by Melanie Schulz. I really really wanted to review this, but I know I didn’t have the time. Let me know if you find it as intriguing as I did! Don’t forget to join the giveaway! :)
The Newstead ProjectThe giant. Joel Cranston shouldn’t exist. He just doesn’t know that yet. He’s lived a pretty normal life for the last sixteen years. If you consider being almost seven feet tall and good at about every sport you’ve ever played normal. Normal ends the day Newstead shows up with an invitation to come to their school.The school. Newstead is a private high school in Central Vermont by the Green Mountains. It’s a great place to hide a few hundred people who shouldn’t exist while you train them to become tomorrow’s rulers, tomorrow’s dictators, tomorrow’s gods.The unexpected. Rachel Newell thinks she’s just passing through. She never stays any place more than four months and with Newstead so close to Weston, she has even more reason to make this her shortest stop ever. The last thing she expects is to have a reason to stay.Together Rachel and Joel uncover the truth behind what is The Newstead Project.
Oooooh!! Interesting, right? Now check out the book trailer!
About the author Melanie Schulz
Truth. The truth is I’m not a writer; storyteller maybe, but not a writer. It wasn’t something I spent years dreaming of, or even what I went to school for. I’m a nurse. I love being a nurse. So why write? I don’t know. I do know when it started, though. September 3, 2010. I know this because I nature journal, and on that day Joel made it into my notes. I guess that’s fitting. Someone like him needed to be birthed out in the woods.
If you were to meet me, and I hope someday you do, you would not connect me with this story. I’m a wife, a mother, a nurse. The person who wrote this should’ve been a guy, first off, secondly he should be some militaristic strategist; that’s who you’d expect to see if you were to come to a book signing, not me. But I’m there, in every line. So if I don’t have the good fortune to meet you in person, I hope to see you in THE NEWSTEAD PROJECT. — Website | Blog | Facebook