[CLOSED] TOUR SIGN-UPS: Life in the Balance

Hi, y’all!

We are so excited to be bringing you our next tour sign-ups for our LIFE IN THE BALANCE blog tour! This tour will take place on February 15th through February 21st, and we are looking to have a team of at least 15 to 25 bloggers.

TRIGGER WARNING: This book does contain alcoholism in it.

If you’re interested in signing up, click the button below to do so now! If you need a bit more information, keep reading through the rest of this post!

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Life in the Balance
by Jen Petro-Roy
Published by Feiwel & Friends
Releasing on February 16th, 2021
MIDDLE GRADE FICTION–Realistic

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Veronica struggles to balance softball, friends, and family turmoil in this new honest and heartfelt middle grade novel by Jen Petro-Roy, Life in the Balance.

Veronica Conway has been looking forward to trying out for the All-Star softball team for years. She’s practically been playing the game since she was a baby. She should have this tryout on lock.

Except right before tryouts, Veronica’s mom announces that she’s entering rehab for alcoholism, and her dad tells her that they may not be able to afford the fees needed to be on the team.

Veronica decides to enter the town talent show in an effort to make her own money, but along the way discovers a new hobby that leads her to doubt her feelings for the game she thought she loved so much.

Is her mom the only one learning balance, or can Veronica find a way to discover what she really wants to do with her life?

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JPR AUTHORJen Petro-Roy writes “honest books with heart,” about kids who are strong, determined, unsure, struggling to fit in, bubbly, shy, and everything in between. She is the author of P.S. I MISS YOU, GOOD ENOUGH, YOU ARE ENOUGH, and LIFE IN THE BALANCE (out February 2021), all from Macmillan/Feiwel & Friends.

When she isn’t writing, Jen can be found reading, playing board games, belting out songs in the car to embarrass her two daughters, and working as an eating disorder awareness advocate.

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