This has been a wonderful start to the launch of Earth 101.
Zoe @ https://zooloosbookdiary.co.uk/ is an amazing Book Tour Manager and the amount of prep work she did to get the tour together is amazing. It was so exciting to see lots of Book Bloggers wanting to come onboard with my debut novel.
Zoe has summarised the book tour on her website and you can see a collation of the reviews/link in the following:
I’ve also reproduced the respective page, created by Zoe as follows:
Well if I am writing this post it means that the blog tour for Earth 101 has sadly come to an end – what secrets did we learn?
Let us recap
The tour kicked off today on 19th July
Jessica Belmont has this review, “The pacing is excellent. I loved all the twists and action. Scifi with some romance and a lot of action. I really enjoyed this and think you will too!”
LoupDargent.info shares this exclusive extract, “Whoever she is with has not uttered a raised word. All I hear is a male mumble of sorts. He’s obviously trying to calm her. But then an unwitting cough escapes me. I grasp my mouth, but then it happens”
20th July saw these posts come in
Red Pillows wasn’t disappointed, “By the end of the book, I was excited and thoroughly satisfied with how the story turned out. I cannot wait to read the next book (if there is one) and recommend this to all sci-fi fans out there! Give this book a try, you won’t be disappointed.”
From First Page to Last shares this extract, “I head for the third-floor admin office. I can tell what Isla’s thinking. But I had my accident over a year ago. My head trauma has gone. Hasn’t it? Just because I forget silly things like shopping lists, doesn’t mean I’ve invented classmates.”
Happy Hump – 21st July – day and we saw this review
One Book More found it interesting, “There are a lot of twists and turns, and the setting is not confined to Earth, which I found really interesting. Missing and unremembered teens, family tragedy, aliens, romance, new worlds, murderous threats, attempted murder, and more create a fast-paced read. “
Pre-weekend Yay day, and on 22nd July we saw this extract,
The Pufflekitteh Reads shares this extract, “Folding my laptop open, my fingers hover over the keyboard. I need a search definition for this. For what though? The web search engine offers various suggestions in response to my typing. Missing people. Forgotten friends. Kidnapped students. Erased from existence. Alien abduction?”
Happy FRI- 23rd July – DAY, what a way to end the week,
Just Katherine shares her review, “The good thing is that there were very unique characters and it was a joy to follow them through the story. The writing style is action packed and well thought out. I would love to find another book from Emae Church in the future.”
Sue Loves to Read found everything she wanted, “This book has a bit of everything in it. Romance alien’s new worlds threats and murder. This is full of action. Did not want to put it down and I didn’t want it to end.”
It’s a thunderstorm kind of day on 24th July, but it is storm-free here,
jay.rae.reads (IG) shares this review, “This book was science fiction, but somehow also weaved a mystery-like feel throughout the novel and splashes of romance too. The characters were fantastic!”
Jazzy Book Reviews puts Emae in the spotlight as we learn which fantastical fictional world she wants to live in, how she describes herself in 3 words, the first book to make her cry and so much more…
It’s a cooler day today but 25th July sees these posts
b for bookreview puts Emae Church in the spotlight, who she would love to co-write a book with, who she would love to interview, how she came up with the cover of her and so much more…
booksbehindthetitle shares this exclusive extract, “This house is where Laura lives. I’ve battled a mental tug-of-war for the past week, but I must discover, once and for all. The echoes of Laura’s voice haunt me. She was so scared. Why can’t my delusions be unicorns and faeries?”
A gloomy start to 26th July, it must know it’s near the end of the tour!
Donna’s Interviews, Reviews and Giveaways (FB) has this to say, “This is Emae Church debut novel, and there are hints towards this potentially being a series. I truly hope that is the case, and will be one of the first in line to read the next book…”
Dawn’s Book Reviews (FB) shares her thoughts, “The story is a HUGE idea in a setting that is our-world-but-not-our-world. The characters are complex and believable. Emae Church’s writing sinks you right into a story that will leave you wide-eyed after every chapter.”
It’s the penultimate day today, the weather is gloomy, just to match our mood on 27th July
readitandquip (IG) has her take on the book, “Quip Take: I was sold when I got some gaslighting vibes from the synopsis forbidden love Space travel”
The weather is reflecting our mood here, on 28th July, rainy and glum as it’s the final day
The Magic of Wor(l)ds shares this extract, “My hands are gripping the sides of the seat, and my heart is already thumping so loud, it wants to drown out my words. I can’t have the police on my case again. It’s becoming a habit now, and they will arrest me. Car theft and damage. The scene with Chloe’s mom and me escorted home. And now this. What if I’m sent to court?”
Feed The Crime is a fan, “The plot definitely didn’t disappoint, I constantly wanted to be reading this book because it was so intriguing and there were twists and turns that I just needed to find out more.”
So what did we learn?
That we need a second book..oh wait there is one in the works That no one can quite believe this is a debut and they want more. People are disappearing but no one knows where….and can’t remember them!! There are many many twists and turns and that the reading is compelling!
Well, I’m sold!
That is indeed a wrap!
Until the next adventure xxx