Book Blitz: Walled



Welcome to the Walled Book Blitz, hosted by Xpresso Book Tours!~

WalledTitle: Walled [The Line #2]
Author: Anne Tibbets
Published By: Carina Press (HQN)
Publication Date: December 1st 2014
Genre: New Adult Dystopia


Freedom means making brutal choices.

Rebel lovers Naya and Ric have survived one year in hiding, raising Naya’s twins from infants to toddlers in the shadow of the brutal Auberge dictatorship. They’re alive, and they’re together, but the city is crumbling around them and the haunting memory of Naya’s dark days on The Line have never fully left them. Living in isolation won’t be an option forever.

When a mysterious revolutionary seeks their help to infiltrate Auberge’s electronic heart and shut it down, it’s an opportunity—it’s risky, yes, but if it works they’ll get out of the city and taste freedom for the first time. Naya needs this. They need this.

Beyond the broken walls of Auberge, Naya and Ric find the paradise they’ve always longed for. But with anarchy reigning and Naya’s children lost amidst the chaos, they’ll need to forfeit their post-apocalyptic Eden…or commit an unspeakable act.

Book two of two.

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About the Author:

Anne Tibbets is an SCBWI award-winning and Best Selling author. After writing for Children’s television, Anne found her way to young/new adult fiction by following what she loves: books, strong female characters, twisted family dynamics, magic, sword fights, quick moving plots, and ferocious and cuddly animals.

Along with CARRIER, Anne is also the author of the young adult fantasy novella, THE BEAST CALL and the young adult contemporary, SHUT UP.

Anne divides her time between writing, her family, and three furry creatures that she secretly believes are plotting her assassination.

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Guest Post:

I Love “Good” Bad Reviews

Crazy, right?

Who is their right mind would love bad reviews?

Honestly, I love the “good” bad reviews – the what? I mean the ones that have actual issue with the book itself and not the ones that just hate the author, or hate the main character’s life choices, or hate the concept as a whole, and you wonder why they read the book to begin with? I’m talking the “good” bad reviews that find plot holes, don’t buy the character arcs, or have issue with world-building, structure, and style. An actual critique, even if the reviewer hates my work?

Love those!

Now, this is not an invitation.

I’m not asking for you to go on GoodReads and rip apart my writing line by line. That would probably devastate me, let’s me honest. But, done well, a “good” bad review challenges and creates a fire within me.

It burns. It hurts. It even leaves scars. But the fire also teaches me something and I can’t not appreciate a good learning experience, even if it leaves a mark.

So critique away. Go for it! I welcome it.

Just do me one favor: make it a “good” one.

3 thoughts on “Book Blitz: Walled

  1. Hi and, would you like to write a review my book The bark of the cinnamon tree.. It’ s a collection of short stories with the theme of love and its trials. There are stories of murder and mystery, romance and separation, satire and allegory offering a gamut of emotion pitiful and distressing as well as touching and heart warming – all exposing the complexity of love and trials on human psyche in the background of the ever changing world of today.
    The book touches all aspects of love that the humanity is based upon – like parental love, romantic love, spiritual love, narcissistic love, love for one’s conviction and culture for one’s nostalgic past and faith. We all know the fulfilment of love is achieved when two people overriding all difficulties and challenges are united together in a happy bond of unity, which maybe matrimonial or social, cultural or religious. But some of the stories in the book show that in te trial of love some people cannot cope with the complexities and tribulations. In those cases the romance which could have turned into something pure and ennobling, become the central cause of a ghastly murder ending in tragedy


    1. Hi, thank you for your interest in my blog. I ask that you first look at my Review Policy to see if your book falls under the categories I accept, and then, if it does meet the requirements I have set out, send me an email regarding your review opportunity. Further, please do not comment with requests as that calls attention away from the books that are being promoted.

      Thank you very much, I hope to hear from you soon.


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