Even though it’s the last day of the blog tour, we have a feeling that the #Wattscroft love won’t be stopping here! Check out these amazing finale posts!
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2015
>> Lauren at Love is not a triangle has Ellie Marney go on location in London. Take a visual tour of the spots Ellie researched for Every Word.
>> Kristen at My Friends Are Fiction features Ellie Marney in her author spotlight. Read about Australian, Ellie’s writing space, and writing methods.
>> Morgan at Gone with the Words enthusiastically tells us that “this series is AMAZING…. Needless to say, I fell in love with Marney’s characters and the breakneck speed and tension with which she tells their story. It’s really intense but it’s also a lot of fun. It makes you sweat, it makes your heart pound, and it makes you anxious to piece together the puzzle. The Sherlock parallels are subtle and really clever. Plus WATTSCROFT IS THE SHIP OF SHIPS!!” Are you convinced yet?
>> Author Leanne Dyck reads Every Word from a writer’s perspective, jotting down notes from beginning to end.
>> Michelle at FAB BOOK REVIEWS recommends Every Word “for readers looking for taut, raw and romantic new contemporary YA novels to dive into.”
>> Marie at Ramblings of a Daydreamer is keeping our tour musical with her preferred playlist. And then a trip down memory lane when she visited Baker Street in London!
>> Liz at Midnight Bloom Reads says “Ellie Marney’s Every Word is one of the most sophisticated, meticulously researched YA murder mysteries that I’ve ever read. The forensic techniques and explanations/theories devised during the investigation all felt within the realm of possibility. Elle Marney has surely outdone herself this time!”
>> How could you not read this series when Amy at Tripping Over Books says “Guys, this book is everything. (The whole series is everything.) … There’s danger, mystery, romance, feelings, and one of the greatest ships of all time. I can’t recommend it enough.”
>> “Ellie Marney has a beautiful way of writing, talented in making you feel her characters love, lust, pain, and despair profoundly.” – Rachel at The Readers Den
>> Gillian at Writer of Wrongs deals with all her feelings with a mood board. And BONUS, there’s a sketch of the crime-fighting duo as well!
>> Shilpa at sukasareads.com shares an interview with Ellie Marney so you can take a look at Ellie’s work space and see the answer to questions like “If Every Word was a theme-park ride, it would be . . .”
>> Sabrina at Hiver et Café gets creative in sharing her favourite quotations from the book – accompanied with graphics!
>> Adrienne at Books and Bassets praises Every Word as an “intelligent reading and even better than the first book. Mycroft and Watts fit the Holmesian models of complicated and brilliant sleuth with a loyal and logical partner.”
>> Michelle at Michelle & Leslie’s Book Picks is giving Every Word five stars and is advising that “if you’re going to read one Sherlock Holmes-inspired novel or series this year, make it this one.”
>> The party doesn’t stop after the first day! Jen at The Starry-Eyed Revue shares a playlist that Ellie compiled for Every Word. Dance with us!
>> Amanda at Gun in Act One says “we have young love and angst, murder, kidnapping, Shakespeare and 221B Baker Street. What more do you need in mystery? Watts and Mycroft are fantastic together and the drama is tense. This is a strong sequel to Every Breath and just a fun series.”
>> Angie at Angieville shared a review back when the book released in September and is back to host a giveaway!
>> Heather at Books and Quilts tells us that she “loved this book…. Once I had this book in hand, I couldn’t wait to find out what mystery would confront the inquisitive pair.” She’s also hosting a giveaway if you’d like to win a copy of the book!
>> Nicole at Reading Lark thinks that “the combination of crime and romance work so well in this series. The chemistry between Watts and Mycroft is red hot, and the murder mystery will keep you guessing.” And here’s another chance for you to win a copy of Every Word.