Hey everyone! We are super excited to announce the schedule for the THE SKY THRONE Blog Tour which begins on Monday, April 17th!
The tour runs from April 17th-21st & 24th-28th , will have one or two stops per day, and will consist of reviews, interviews, excerpt, spotlights, & guest posts!
There is also a tour-wide giveaway for a 1 month subscription to Owl Crate, US Only. So be sure to stop by any or all of the stops for a chance to win.
But until then, here are your hosts.
The Tour Hosts
4/17/2017- Rockin’ Book Reviews– Guest Post
4/17/2017- Reading for the Stars and Moon– Review
4/18/2017- LILbooKlovers– Interview
4/18/2017- Sophie Riggsby– Review
4/19/2017- Don’t Judge, Read– Interview
4/19/2017- Book Review Becca– Review
4/20/2017- Month9Books– Excerpt
4/20/2017- Zach’s YA Reviews– Review
4/21/2017- YA and Wine– Interview
4/21/2017- Kim Harnes, Author– Review
4/24/2017- Jennifer Eaton– Guest Post
4/25/2018- So Few Books– Interview
4/26/2018- Never Too Many To Read– Guest Post
4/27/2018- Two Chicks on Books– Interview
4/27/2018- I am not a bookworm!– Review
4/28/2018- Mundie Moms– Review
Title: THE SKY THRONE
Author: Chris Ledbetter
Pub. Date: April 18, 2017
Format: Paperback, eBook
Duality dwells at every turn, and an adolescent Zeus will learn that all too well when Hyperion attacks his family on Crete.
When the dust settles, his mother is unconscious and his best friend left for dead.
Stacking epic insult upon fatal injury, Zeus discovers the woman who raised him is not his biological mother. But to ensure her safety while she recovers, a heavy-hearted Zeus leaves her behind to seek answers at Mount Olympus Preparatory Academia.
Zeus embarks on a quest to discover who ordered the attack on his home, avenge the death of his friend, and find his birth mother. When some of his new schoolmates vanish, Zeus’s quest is turned upside down, and the only way to make things right is to access the power of The Sky Throne, confront a most dangerous enemy, and take his life back.
On his way to becoming king of the Greek gods, Zeus will learn to seize power, neutralize his enemies, and fall in love.
“Destined to have a sequel or two, young teens will appreciate the story, and teachers will appreciate that it instructs readers about the pantheon of gods.”–Kevin Beach, VOYA Magazine
Source: Rockstar Book Tours