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Blog Tour: Bravely by Maggie Stiefvater

I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the BRAVELY by Maggie Stiefvater Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post and make sure to enter the giveaway!

 

About The Book:

Title: BRAVELY

Author: Maggie Stiefvater

Pub. Date: May 3, 2022

Publisher: Disney Press

Formats: Hardcover, eBook, Audiobook

Pages: 384

Find it: GoodreadsAmazon, Kindle, Audible, B&NiBooks, KoboTBD, Bookshop.org

Synopsis: What if you had one year to save everything you loved?

     ONE PRINCESS. Merida of DunBroch needs a change. She loves her family—jovial King Fergus, proper Queen Elinor, the mischievous triplets— and her peaceful kingdom. But she’s frustrated by its sluggishness; each day, the same. Merida longs for adventure, purpose, challenge – maybe even, someday, love.

     TWO GODS. But the fiery Princess never expects her disquiet to manifest by way of Feradach, an uncanny supernatural being tasked with rooting out rot and stagnation, who appears in DunBroch on Christmas Eve with the intent to demolish the realm – and everyone within. Only the intervention of the Cailleach, an ancient entity of creation, gives Merida a shred of hope: convince her family to change within the year – or suffer the eternal consequences.

     THREE VOYAGES. Under the watchful eyes of the gods, Merida leads a series of epic journeys to kingdoms near and far in an attempt to inspire revolution within her family. But in her efforts to save those she loves from ruin, has Merida lost sight of the Clan member grown most stagnant of all – herself?

FOUR SEASONS TO SAVE DUNBROCH – OR SEE IT DESTROYED, FOREVER. 


About Maggie Stiefvater:

    Maggie Stiefvater is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Raven Cycle, the Shiver trilogy, and other novels for young and adult readers. She is also an artist, an auto enthusiast, and a bagpiper. She lives on a farm in the Shenandoah Valley with her husband, two children, and an assortment of fainting goats.

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Giveaway Details:

1 winner will receive a finished copy of BRAVELY, US Only.

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Tour Schedule:

Week One:

5/1/2022

The Reading Devil

Review/IG Post

5/2/2022

YABooksCentral

Excerpt

5/3/2022

Nonbinary Knight Reads

Review/IG Post/TikTok Post

5/4/2022

Kait Plus Books

Review/IG Post/TikTok Post

5/5/2022

A Court of Coffee and Books

Review/IG Post

5/6/2022

@jael_and_jenessa_reads

Review/IG Post

5/7/2022

ChristenKrumm

Review/IG Post

Week Two:

5/8/2022

Nagma | TakeALookAtMyBookshelf

IG Review

5/9/2022

Fire and Ice

Review

5/10/2022

onemoreexclamation

Review/IG Post

5/11/2022

Quill Tree Fox

Review/IG Post

5/12/2022

My Fictional Oasis

Review/IG Post

5/13/2022

Lisa Loves Literature

Review/IG Post

5/14/2022

@coffeesipsandreads

IG Review

Week Three:

5/15/2022

Mallory Books

Review/IG Post

5/16/2022

BookHounds YA

Review/IG Post

5/17/2022

History from a Woman’s Perspective

Spotlight

5/18/2022

Pages_and_Procrastinaton

Review/IG Post

5/19/2022

A Bookish Dream

Review/IG Post

5/20/2022

A Backwards Story

Review/IG Post

5/21/2022

Karen Dee's Book Reviews

IG Review

Week Four:

5/22/2022

@drewsim12

IG Review/TikTok Post

5/23/2022

@thebookishfoxwitch

IG Review

5/24/2022

Momfluenster

IG Review

5/25/2022

The Momma Spot

Review/IG Post

5/26/2022

onemused

IG Review

5/27/2022

Nerdophiles

Review

5/28/2022

zaineylaney

Review/IG Post/TikTok Post

Week Five:

5/29/2022

@lexijava

Review/IG Post

5/30/2022

The Bookwyrm's Den

Review

5/31/2022

The Clever Reader

Review/IG Post


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