Tuesday, November 3, 2015


The HARDWIRED Blog Tour kicks off this week with ten stops featuring exclusive excerpts, top ten lists, author interviews and more.  Up for grabs at each stop are four signed copies of HARDWIRED!

Tour Schedule

WEEK ONENovember 2nd Her Book Thoughts! SPOTLIGHT
November 3rd A Leisure Moment BOOK EXCERPT
November 4th Insane About Books REVIEW
November 5th The Cover Contessa 10 RANDOM THINGS
November 6th Take Me Away To A Great Read REVIEW

WEEK TWONovember 9th Taking It One Book At A Time REVIEW
November 10th Shelf Life REVIEW
November 11th SleepsOnTables Reviews REVIEW
November 12th Curling Up With A Good Book AUTHOR INTERVIEW
November 13th Angela's Library REVIEW 

HARDWIRED — YA Sci-fiRelease Date: November 8, 2015
Publisher: Flux/ Llewellyn
Ages: 12 and up | Paperback: 978-0738742267

When seventeen-year-old Lucas Marshall tests positive for the M0A1 gene—a genetic abnormality believed to predispose humans toward violence—he is shipped off to an impregnable government facility to undergo a battery of psychological tests aimed at making him crack. Now, having survived their tests and proven his mental stability, Lucas is labeled safe to return home.

But any hope Lucas has of returning to a normal life is shattered when the van transporting him to the reintegration facility is forced off the road by a group of radicals intent on accessing the facility and exposing its dehumanizing practices. And Lucas is their ticket through the front door.
Spurred by rumors that the facility is secretly holding one of his old friends captive, Lucas and his bunk mate, Chris, agree to infiltrate the testing facility’s inner sanctum. Once inside, Lucas’s carefully laid plans begin to unravel and he's forced to seek help from those still locked within the facility’s concrete walls. But when every genetic test claims your only allies are hardwired to become the next Charles Manson, it’s impossible to know who to trust.

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Praise for Hardwired

"This fast-paced, not-so-distant dystopian futuristic tale will appeal to teen readers. VERDICT: A must-have for libraries seeking dystopian futures packed with action, violence, and moral dilemmas" ~School Library Journal

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