Crossroad Reviews #ReadOn on Feb. 21 features Curiosity Quills YA authors

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18 Truths is now out and so are the lies…

To celebrate the release of Jamie Ayres’ 18 Truths, I joined the Book Release Blog Fest and played a little game of truth and lies.

So which one was the lie?

tonks1. I dressed up like Bellatrix Lestrange when the last Harry Potter was released and went out to dinner.

I certainly dressed up for the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows book release and went out to dinner. But I could never support the Dark Lord. Instead, I went as Nymphadora Tonks. Pink hair and all. So, this was the lie!!

2. I pierced my ear with a somewhat sterile needle and ice.

Yes, I did that. I was seventeen and equipped with one of my mom’s sewing needles and two ice cubes. I pierced a fourth hole in my right ear. An earring hasn’t graced that spot in many years, but I can still wear one. (I won’t mention anything about the hole being crooked or too close to cartilage.)

3. I’m right handed, but taught myself to write with my left hand.

I was that kid (certain that at some point I’d break my arm and need that skill).

Click here to visit the other blogs on the hop and check out their lies.

18 Truths by Jamie Ayres

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Lying is unbearable, betrayal is inevitable, and choosing which path to take is impossible.

Olga Gay Worontzoff ended her senior year as an eighteen-year-old girl totally in love with Nate, enjoying their new romance and about to attend the university of her dreams. Now she’s spending her summer in the weird subculture of the Underworld, with charmingly witty and powerful angels, and problematic demons, trying to rescue Connor, the best friend and secret crush she was unable to save during a freak accident.

But Nate has other things on his mind, mainly Grace. She’s their first assignment as joint spirit guides, and Olga’s feeling hurt and jealous. His mysterious behavior has Olga questioning everything she believed about him and now she must decide whether to stick to their plan, or follow her heart. Unfortunately, a series of mistakes threatens everyone around her and plants Olga in the center of cosmic events much larger than she ever imagined.

Only one thing is certain: the chilling truths uncovered during her journey will leave no one untouched.

Can You Handle the TRUTH?

truthTo celebrate the release of Jamie Ayres’ 18 Truths, I’ve joined the Book Release Blog Fest. We’re playing a little game of truth and lies.

Each person participating will post 2 Truths and 1 Lie about themselves sometime before Jan. 27th. Please hop around and try to guess the lie! We will reveal our Lies on the release day, January 28th!

1. I dressed up like Bellatrix Lestrange when the last Harry Potter was released and went out to dinner.

2. I pierced my ear with a somewhat sterile needle and ice.

3. I’m right handed, but taught myself to write with my left hand.

Guess which isn’t true by posting a comment.

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Anyone who posts for the Can You Handle The TRUTH? blogfest between January 22nd-28th can enter to win a number of prizes donated by 18 terrific people. Visit Jamie’s blog for details.