We are so excited to host a book tour for this upcoming historical fiction YA book, SO MANY BEGINNINGS! This LITTLE WOMEN remix follows four young Black sisters during the American Civil War. Each sister – Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy – comes into their own while also facing first love and heartbreak, health struggles, and new horizons. But these sisters will face everything together. This tour will take place in September and consist of reviews and creative posts.
OPEN to USA readers only. This tour is open to any platform (blog, bookstagram, Booktube, Booktok, etc.) Up to 20 physical finished copies will be provided to selected tour hosts. Everyone will receive a digital galley of the book.
Priority will be given to those that identify with the representation in the book.
Tour Schedule: September 6 – September 12, 2021
So Many Beginnings: A Little Women Remix
by Bethany C. Morrow
Published by Feiwel Friends
Releasing on September 7, 2021
YA FICTION-Historical Fiction, Contemporary, Retellings, Romance
Four young Black sisters come of age during the American Civil War in So Many Beginnings, a warm and powerful YA remix of the classic novel Little Women by national bestselling author Bethany C. Morrow.
North Carolina, 1863. As the American Civil War rages on, the Freedmen’s Colony of Roanoke Island is blossoming, a haven for the recently emancipated. Black people have begun building a community of their own, a refuge from the shadow of the old life. It is where the March family has finally been able to safely put down roots with four young daughters:
Meg, a teacher who longs to find love and start a family of her own.
Jo, a writer whose words are too powerful to be contained.
Beth, a talented seamstress searching for a higher purpose.
Amy, a dancer eager to explore life outside her family’s home.
As the four March sisters come into their own as independent young women, they will face first love, health struggles, heartbreak, and new horizons. But they will face it all together.
Bethany C Morrow is an Indie Bestselling author who writes for adult and young adult audiences, in genres ranging from speculative literary to contemporary fantasy to historical. She is author of the novels MEM and A SONG BELOW WATER, which is an Audie, Ignyte and Locus finalist. She is editor/contributor to the young adult anthology TAKE THE MIC, the 2020 ILA Social Justice in Literature award winner. Her work has been chosen as Indies Introduce and Indie Next picks, and featured in The LA Times, Forbes, Bustle, Buzzfeed, and more. She is included on USA TODAY’s list of 100 Black novelists and fiction writers you should read.