We are so excited to host a book tour for this upcoming book, THE FALLING GIRLS! Shade and Jadis are everything to each other, but that starts to change when Shade joins the cheerleading team. However, Jadis won’t give Shade up so easily. Then one of the cheerleaders dies under mysterious circumstances and Shade will stop at nothing to uncover what really happened. This tour will take place in October and consist of reviews and creative posts.
OPEN to USA readers only. All selected tour hosts will receive a finished physical copy closer to the tour start date.
Priority will be given to those that identify with the representation in THE FALLING GIRLS.
Tour Schedule: October 5 – October 11, 2021
The Falling Girls
by Hayley Krischer
Published by Razorbill
Releasing on October 5, 2021
YA FICTION-Contemporary, Mystery, Thriller, LGBT
Shade and Jadis are everything to each other. They share clothes, toothbrushes, and even matching stick-and-poke tattoos. So when Shade unexpectedly joins the cheerleading team, Jadis can hardly recognize who her best friend is becoming.
Shade loves the idea of falling into a group of girls; she loves the discipline it takes to push her body to the limits alongside these athletes . Most of all, Shade finds herself drawn to The Three Chloes–the insufferable trio that rules the squad–including the enigmatic cheer captain whose dark side is as compelling as it is alarming.
Jadis won’t give Shade up so easily, though, and the pull between her old best friend and her new teammates takes a toll on Shade as she tries to forge her own path. So when one of the cheerleaders dies under mysterious circumstances, Shade is determined to get to the bottom of her death. Because she knows Jadis–and if her friend is responsible, doesn’t that mean she is, too?
Hayley Krischer has been an award-winning journalist for over 20+ years.
She is a contributing writer for the New York Times, where she has covered feminist roller skaters, Instagram obsessed moms, profiled Gabrielle Union, Tatum O’Neal, and S.E. Hinton.
She has also written for many publications about women and teenage girls including Marie Claire, The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, Lenny Letter, and the Hairpin.
Her YA debut, SOMETHING HAPPENED TO ALI GREENLEAF will be released in fall 2020 from Razorbill.
Hayley received her MFA in creative writing from Lesley University. Her first newspaper job was as an editorial assistant at the Boston Globe. She reads tarot cards.