Wednesday, September 17, 2014

YA Book Giveaway and Blog Tour: Tabula Rasa

I have five copies of Tabula Rasa up for grabs. For your chance to win, simply post a comment to the blog. Include first name, city, state and email contact. Deadline for comments is at noon MST on September 24. Winners are chosen randomly by Randomizer and will be notified on September 24 by 2:00 p.m. MST. Please check your email on that date. Winners have 24 hours to respond to my email. Books will ship from New York.

visit the next blog on the tour A Bookish Escape
"This is a snap-the-whip story, dark and fast. The sparks of humor in the voice won me over. Bottom line: I think the cocktail of suspense and believable smart-assery adds up to an addictive dose of reader appeal."—Blythe Woolston, author of the William C. Morris Award winner The Freak Observer
"A very entertaining game for thriller fans . . . . Both Sarah and Pierce are layered and appealing characters who don’t get too caught up in their own drama—the mayhem around them is excitement enough."—Publishers Weekly
 Publication of Tabula Rasa (September 23, 2014)
About Tabula Rasa
The Bourne Identity meets Divergent in this action-packed debut thriller with a Katniss-esque heroine fighting to regain her memories and stay alive, set against a dystopian hospital background.
Sarah starts a crazy battle for her life within the walls of her hospital-turned-prison when a procedure to eliminate her memory goes awry and she starts to remember snatches of her past. Was she an urban terrorist or vigilante? Has the procedure been her salvation or her destruction?
The answers lie trapped within her mind. To access them, she'll need the help of the teen computer hacker who's trying to bring the hospital down for his own reasons, and a pill that's blocked by an army of mercenary soldiers poised to eliminate her for good. If only she knew why . . .
About Kristen Lippert-Martin
Kristen Lippert-Martin has an MFA from Columbia University. She's worked at Time, the world-renowned Brookings Institution, and even had a stint as a stand-up comic before turning to writing full-time. She was awarded the SCBWI's Work-in-Progress grant in 2010. She can be found online at http://kristenlippertmartin.com/.

17 comments:

  1. Sometimes a blank slate sounds pretty good but then again ...

    Susan Light
    Christiansburg VA
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  2. It sounds similar to The Maze Runner.

    Donna
    Chatham, VA
    cooperd@hargrave.edu

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  3. Ohhh, it sounds so good!
    Kathy
    Yorba Linda, CA
    kspielman@pylusd.org

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  4. Sounds appealing!

    Barb
    Sudbury, MA
    barb gogan @ gmail.com

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  5. Sounds exciting!
    Maggie Knapp
    Fort Worth, TX
    Maggie.knapp@gmail.com

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  6. I would love to read this book!

    Joleen
    waltmaj@aberdeen58.org

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  7. This book sounds awesome!

    Rachel
    Boston, MA
    RacheyEdna@gmail.com

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  8. Sounds great!
    Brandy
    Morganton, NC
    b_huffman @ charter.net

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  9. Thank you for the chance!
    Susan Sullivan
    Webster, NY
    susan.sullivan@greececsd.org

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  10. Would love this for my HS library!
    Joy Walker
    Ithaca Schools, Richland Center, WI
    walkjoy@ithaca.k12.wi.us

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  11. Dystopias are all the rage!
    Sandra
    Copperas Cove TX
    sandracarswell@hotmail,com

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  12. Sounds like an exciting book!
    David
    New Milford, CT
    bilmesd@newmilfordps.org

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  13. Fun!
    Michelle
    Charleston, SC
    michellecbing@gmail.com

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  14. This. Sounds. Awesome.

    Mary Z
    Scio, NY
    mzdrojewski@scio.wnyric.org

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  15. I can't wait to read this book
    Sindy
    Rochester, NY
    scunningham@normanhoward.org

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  16. Sounds like a winner!
    Patt
    Hopewell, VA
    pscanlan@hopewell.k12.va.us

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