Sunday, January 26, 2020

THE WAKING OF GHOSTS | by Lilliana Rose #Teen #YA #Paranormal #Fantasy #BookReview #Giveaway #SilverDaggerBookTours

The Waking of Ghosts 
Lost Souls Academy Book 1 
by Lilliana Rose 
Genre: Teen, YA Paranormal Fantasy

There is an evil awakening.
At the Lost Souls academy, students aren’t your typical everyday alumni.
Rejects from clans, packs, and covens walk these halls, but there’s something more sinister haunting the academy.
A resident ghost has new student, Zarya, on the fight to banish it. Will her actions cause more enemies at her new school than friends?

‘I’m coming for you.’
A message from beyond has Zarya fearful. Her skills are underdeveloped, but as a ghost hunter, she must stand and fight this new evil.

Can Zarya grow to be the ghost hunter she’s destined to be or will forces overpower her and bring chaos and destruction to the Lost Souls academy? 

What a fun and fast-paced read! Paranormal from the get-go, filled with werewolves, 'n fairies, and ghost hunters, oh my! If that sounds like your ticket then you will love it. Zarya is the resident outcast, not only from her family but also from her witch coven and school as well, leaving her to fend for herself. Major drama when she meets her nemesis in the park.

Beware of the cliffhanger ending...not everyone's cuppa, causing them much angst and/or to wait for the next book to arrive. But all in all a well-written book with lots to look forward to!


I am voluntarily leaving my review and all opinions are my own.

Lilliana is an Amazon Bestselling author, who writes romance in the subgenres of contemporary, paranormal, steampunk, and rural. She enjoys helping characters overcome problems or issues, and the misunderstandings that often plague relationships, to help them fall in love. Whether it city heels being replaced with country work boots, or some magic beyond this world, or cogs and gears and corsets, each story shows how love can prevail. 

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THE INCARN SAGA | by Katharine E. Wibell #YA #NAFantasy #AwardWinning #Excerpt #BookReview #Giveaway #Lola'sBookTours

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The Incarn Saga
By Katharine E. Wibell
YA, NA Fantasy

Awards for the Incarn Saga book series to date:

Issaura’s Claws:
2018 New Apple Book Awards Solo Medalist Winner for Children’s/Young Adult eBook
2018 Fantasy/Paranormal Fiction Fist Place Winner by Epic eBook Awards
2018 Young Adult Fiction Gold Winner for Dan Poynter’s Global eBook Awards
2018 2nd place winner for the Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards for Young Adult Fiction eBook

Ullr’s Fangs:
2019 National Indie Excellence Awards Finalist for New Adult
2019 November Gold Metal Award by Literary Titan

Crocotta’s Hackles:
2019 New Adult Fiction Gold Winner by Dan Poynter’s Global eBook Award

Issaura's Claws

According to legend, when the world was young, the goddess Issaura appeared among men. Those who treated her with kindness received the gift of the gods—the ability to transform into an animal form. This was a great honor but one that separated this race from other humans. Before Issaura departed the mortal realm, she promised to return if her people were ever at the point of destruction.

Now a threat is rising from a land across the mists of the ocean, a threat that will push this race to the brink of extinction. Responding to the call to war, seventeen-year-old Lluava heads off to find her destiny, one that will carve her name in history.

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Ullr's Fangs

According to legend, when the world was young, two gods of war — one male, one female — were destined for each other. Yet Ullr, forever unfaithful, lost the love of Issaura, his true match, and was forsworn. His violent anger and bitter rage grew and intensified, poisoning all creation and humanity.

Now that the Raiders’ long ships have faded from sight, the kingdom of Elysia is beginning to recover from the summer’s war with the brutal invaders from across the sea. Yet darker forces have taken root, forces that can alter the future of the land and its people in unthinkable ways. Seventeen-year-old Lluava must discover the means to prevent her world from collapsing. But in doing so, will she succumb to that darkness?

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Crocotta's Hackles

According to legend, when the world was young, Crocotta, Queen of the Gods, discovered her mate’s faithlessness. She vowed to prevent future threats to all matrimonial pacts henceforward, but for her it was too late. The child born from the illicit coupling was a warrior goddess—one whom Crocotta would seek to destroy throughout eternity.

Now that the Raiders’ elite army is threatening the kingdom of Elysia’s northern borders, seventeen-year-old Lluava must leave the familiarity and safety of her native land to venture into the wilderness. Her mission is to discover others like her who will come to Elysia’s aid; her hope is to unravel the secrets behind what it means to be Incarn. But what she finds could destroy everything.

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Giahem’s Talons

According to legend, when the world was young, Giahem, King of the Gods, realized that the pantheon was on the verge of self-destruction due to his own actions. To protect his favorite child, he hid the infant and gave her a false name in the hope that she would survive—a name that would forever be associated with the young goddess: Issaura.

Now, the capital has fallen to the Outlanders, the king has been overthrown, and the Raiders have entered the kingdom of Elysia in full force. Eighteen-year-old Lluava must flee in order to survive. After all the losses she has endured, the battles she has fought and won to no avail, she must face the worst fact of all: that she alone is responsible for the kingdom’s demise. Will she ever be able to rectify her wrongs?

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My Review About the Incarn Saga

I chose this book based on the plot and book cover but kept reading because of just how good it is! This fast-flowing, well-paced plot kept me spellbound as I read this fantasy saga based around teens yet it is not simply a book for teens.  Adults will love it too... so much so that I have purchased the remaining three books!  I love the author's imaginative style and would recommend it to any fan of fantasy fiction.

5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I received my copy of Issaura's Claws with thanks from Ms. Wibell and Lola's Blog Tours. I am voluntarily leaving my review and all opinions are my own.

Excerpt from Issaura's Claws

‘…Suddenly she sensed a presence. Alert, she scanned the landscape. At first she did not see anything unusual, but a second look revealed a form standing in the darkness across the lake, so still it blended almost completely into the surrounding shadows. Only the gleam of its eyes gave it away.

“Hey!” Lluava called out.

The figure slid deeper into the shadows and was gone, leaving behind an uneasiness Lluava could not explain away. It was too late for the men of the camp to be about; she herself should have been back in Thowcelemine by now. Also, whoever had been watching her had done so in secret. And was still out there. She could sense him.

Lluava began to make her way back through the forest. The moon was too new to light the path; the only way to stay on the trail was to use her felid senses. She once again wondered how humans could survive as well as they did without a dual form. She was thankful for her acute night vision.

Twigs snapped in the distance.

Turning around, all Lluava saw was darkness. After a moment, she continued, now on high alert. A soft breeze toyed with the dried leaves around her. A rustling of a different sort made the hairs on the back of her neck stand on end.

Spinning around, she glimpsed movement in the darkness. Without hesitating, she ran after the figure in the woods, bolting past several climbing walls and other training objects scattered about. Sniffing the air, she could not discern any unusual scent.

Just as she was about to give up, something moved in the shadows to her left. Turning, she lunged ahead. As she shifted to her huntress form, her black-striped paws trod the ground. Just beyond sight, she heard someone running.

All of a sudden, the ground seemed to drop away right in front of her. Lluava made a giant leap to clear the wide trench. Her paws barely caught the edge on the far side. Hoisting herself up, she tried to spot the figure, but only darkness and silence greeted her questing senses.

Without warning, there was a hissing sound, followed by an enormous cacophony of crackling bangs. Brilliant white light temporarily blinded her. A gust of smoldering hot air blasted her. The force of the blast slung her across the trench, and she tumbled backward onto the ground…’

About the Author

Katharine Wibell’s lifelong interest in mythology includes epic poetry like the Odyssey, Ramayana, Beowulf, and the Nibelungenlied. In addition, she is interested in all things animal whether training dogs, apprenticing at a children’s zoo, or caring for injured animals as a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. After receiving degrees from Mercer University in both art and psychology with an emphasis in animal behavior, Wibell moved to New Orleans with her dog, Alli, to kick start her career as an artist and a writer. Her first literary works blend her knowledge of the animal world with the world of high fantasy.

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Friday, January 24, 2020

Happy Publication Day to SHADYTOWN | by Mike Sherer!! #NewPublication #MiddleGrade #Paranormal #Suspense #GuestPost #RABTBookToursandPR #INtensePublications

Middle Grade Paranormal Suspense
Published Date: January 24, 2020
Publisher: INtense Publications LLC

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Evil spirits have begun arriving in Sean's small suburban hometown. The ghost of his Grandmother tells him it is up to him to stop them. To help him in this struggle she gives him a Celtic Cross necklace handed down through the generations that open hidden doors, and a pet rattlesnake. Also, his middle-school classmates - Aaron, Tammy, Maeve, and the twins Sam and the Sham - rally around him. But as more and more evil spirits gather Sean will need much more help than this to stop the destruction of not only his family but also his school and all of Shadytown. His Grandmother says help is coming But she is only a ghost stuck in a bog. Sean feels completely overwhelmed. And that's before he even confronts the demonic tree in the field behind his house.

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field behind his house.

About the Author

Mike Sherer lives in the Greater Cincinnati area of southwest Ohio. His screenplay 'Hamal 18' was produced in Los Angeles and released directly to DVD. His paranormal suspense novel 'A Cold Dish' was published by James Ward Kirk Fiction. He has also published 4 novellas and 18 short stories. Links to all these are posted on his website: Also on the site is his ongoing travel blog 'American Locations', and information about his MG novel 'Shadytown', which is to be published January 2020 by INtense Publications.

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DAWNKING | by Janalyn Voigt #BookReview #Giveaway #Fantasy #ChristianFantasy #ARC #Series #PrismBookTours

On Tour with Prism Book Tours
A prince marked for death, a princess
without a kingdom, and a world at war.
Unlikely travelers band together to accomplish the impossible—bring peace to their kingdom. But traitorous forces are at work, and a treacherous hand is destroying everything they accomplish.

Honor and soul-searching bring the travelers to a hidden truth, and when a sacrifice is made, the broken-hearted band of misfits must cleanse the evil from their midst to free their world...or lose everything.
​Fantasy, Christian Fantasy
Paperback & ebook, 342 Pages
February 1st, 2020 by Pelican Book Group
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My Review

Fantasy books are some of my favorites. They allow me to suspend my disbelief and temporarily live completely in the world of the author's making reminiscent of the many bedtime stories of my youth. 

DAWNKING was the fourth and final tale in Janalyn Voight's TALES OF FAERAVEN. Our little band of misfits had to either fail or triumph in this novel - there was no other option. Told from multiple points of view, I loved the fast-paced action, danger, and adventure. It was a page-turner, always making me wonder what I would find next - good, bad, or indifferent.  All in all, I was pleased with how it ended and how Janalyn pulled the entire series together.  With four books, that took some serious skill on her part.  And yes, there was a HEA/HFN, so no worries there. :)

If you enjoy a good fantasy series, I recommend this one.  It has all the requisite characters and elements with plenty of ups and downs to keep you on your toes then pulls together beautifully in the end.

4 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I gratefully received this book gratis from Janalyn Voigt and Prism Book Tours. I'm leaving my review voluntarily and all opinions are my own.

Janalyn Voigt
Janalyn Voigt is a writer and professional speaker with a photography habit and a passion for travel. Her unique blend of adventure, romance, suspense, and fantasy creates worlds of beauty and danger for readers. Tales of Faeraven, her epic fantasy series beginning with DawnSinger, carries readers into a land only imagined in dreams. She is represented by Sarah Joy Freese of Wordserve Literary.

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Thursday, January 23, 2020

HASKELL HIMSELF | by Gary Seigel #Historical #LGBTQ+ #YA #BookReview #giveaway #XpressoTours

Haskell Himself
Gary Seigel
Published by: Acorn Publishing
Publication date: January 19th, 2020
Genres: Historical, LGBTQ+, Young Adult
Meet Haskell Hodge. At sixteen he’s already garnered some fame as a former child actor and star of a popular cereal commercial. But that doesn’t do much for him when he’s dumped at his aunt’s house in the suburbs of Los Angeles to face an assortment of neighborhood bullies.
He thinks he might be gay. In fact, he could be the only gay person in the valley, maybe on the entire planet. Even if he does manage to find a boyfriend, their relationship would have to be secret and invisible.
After all it’s 1966. And though Time Magazine claims the sexual revolution is in full swing, the freedoms straight people are enjoying don’t seem to apply to everyone. And as much as Haskell attempts to hide his true self, carefully navigating the tricky and risky terrain of being queer, he’s still taunted and teased relentlessly.
Rather than give in to the irrationality of this hate, Haskell fights back, eventually finding an unlikely outlet to vent his frustration and angst—playing a bully in a screen test for a major motion picture. If he plays his cards right, it could catapult him into Hollywood stardom.
Of course, like most things in life, it comes with a heavy price Haskell’s not certain he’s willing to pay.

My Review:

A truly touching story of a young man coming-of-age trying to find himself. HASKELL HIMSELF was truly relatable for everyone, no matter their age or sexual orientation.

While the book was centered in the '60s, it could just as easily been written for today.  The same teenage issues exist - bullying, self-acceptance, self-worth and being true to one's self. I'd say this is a must-read for all YA as it captures their issues so well.  As the mom of teens, I found it engrossing and one that I just could not put down.  Perfect for family discussions.

5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I received this book free of charge and am gratefully and voluntarily leaving my review. All opinions are my own.

Author Bio:
Gary Seigel was raised in Encino, California where his debut novel, Haskell Himself, takes place. After completing a PhD in English at Rutgers University, Gary taught at several colleges and universities, but his most memorable experience was a brief 12 week stint at the same high school he (and Haskell) graduated from, teaching side by side with some of the same teachers he once endured. Currently, Gary gives grammar and proofreading classes to business professionals eager to write error-free emails. He also has spent the past two decades helping employees control their inner jerk when texting or holding conversations with an impossible boss. His book The Mouth Trap: Strategies, Tips and Secrets for Keeping Your Feet out of Your Mouth, published in 2008, has been translated into over a dozen languages. He is the father of three sons and currently lives in South Pasadena.


Tuesday, January 21, 2020

FRACTURED FAIRY TALES | A SASS Anthology #FairyTales #CharitablePurpose #MakeAWish #CoverReveal #LipServices

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Release Date: March 17, 2020
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Once upon a time…Happily ever after…all of the fairytales we know and love begin and end the same, but what if they were altered? Fractured? Would the magic still happen? Does that happy ending still come at the stroke of midnight or with a kiss?

Join this group of SaSSy authors as they take you on a journey, weaving their own magic and putting a spin on the fairytales we all know and love to support Make-A-Wish Foundation.

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Happy Publication Day to GONE BY NIGHTFALL | by Dee Garretson #NewPublication #Historical #YA #TopTenList #RussianRevolution #XpressoTours

Gone by Nightfall
Dee Garretson
Published by: Swoon Reads
Publication date: January 21st, 2020
Genres: Historical, Young Adult
A young woman is torn between her home and her dreams during the Russian Revolution.
It’s 1916, and Charlotte Mason is determined to make a life for herself in czarist Russia. When her mother dies, Charlotte is forced to put her plans to go to medical school aside to care for her unruly siblings. Then a handsome new tutor arrives. Charlotte has high hopes that he’ll stay, freeing her up to follow her dreams of becoming a doctor. But there’s more to Dmitri that meets the eye.
Just when she thinks she can get her life back, Russia descends into revolution and chaos. Now, not only does Charlotte need to leave Russia, she needs to get her siblings out too–and fast.
Can Charlotte flee Russia, keep her siblings safe, and uncover Dmitri’s many secrets before she runs out of time?

Top Ten Reasons for the Russian Revolution:

There are the main reasons you read in the short summaries in history books, but behind those there was a love story and a family in crisis and those things turned out to affect the entire world.

Let’s get the big reasons out of the way first:

1.    Many in Russia wanted a more democratic society. They saw the changes happening in the rest of the world, and they wanted that for their country too.
2.    World War I was making life very difficult for the Russian people, not only for the soldiers who were dealing with shortages of everything from boots to ammunition, but also ordinary Russians who were on the brink of starvation, much of it due to an incompetent government.
3.    A particularly brutal winter following a year of bad weather, so not only were people starving, they were freezing in the cities, especially in Petrograd where the revolution started, partly due to the incompetence of the government, which couldn’t manage to coordinate fuel supplies into the cities.
4.    Egos of the people in charge. (There are always egos involved.) People jockeying for power and position, placing their own power above what is right. Many of the decisions that were bad for the people benefited one or two of the elite, so they didn’t care their decisions led to shortages and starvation.
5.    Promises were broken. In prior years, the Czar had reluctantly agreed to allow some reforms, but then he took that back clamped down again and that made people very angry.

Besides those reasons, much of what happened when it did hinged on the behavior and beliefs of a few individuals.

Czar Nicolas was brought up to believe he ruled Russia as a mandate from God and he absolutely believed that even though he was unsuited to be a ruler. While he had some education, he was not exposed to much liberal thought, so the ideas of democracy and letting the people decide their own fate did not seem to have much of an impact on him. He held the all too common belief that the so-called ‘lower’ classes didn’t know what was best for them, and it was up to him to decide for them. (We’ll call this Reason 6.)

But he also knew his future and that of his family was uncertain because his son and heir had an incurable and untreatable disease, and that weighed very heavily on him. Even though his son’s illness was kept secret from the average Russian, many around him knew about it and were trying to use that knowledge for their own advantage. The Czar was smart enough to recognize people were maneuvering for power, but it made him very distrustful of people who could have given him good advice. (Reason 7)
The illness of the Czar’s son had disastrous consequences in many ways. The boy had haemophilia, and since there was no known cure, the family was drawn to try anything that might help. That led the Czar’s wife, Alexandria, to put her trust in a bizarre faith healer named Rasputin. People around her could see he was a fraud, but she was so desperate she couldn’t see it at all. They hated his influence on her but the Czar loved his wife and went along with her. She knew they hated Rasputin and counseled her husband not to believe those who distrusted him, further isolating him. (Reason 8)

Many people feared the Czarina wanted Germany to win the war. She was German by birth, and never really fit in with the Russian aristocracy. She also was partially deaf and in poor health, which led her to withdraw from social events, and resulted in many people thinking she was aloof. Her husband wanted to be with her and his family, so he withdrew too. This allowed those maneuvering for power to take steps for their own benefit, to the detriment of the Russian people. (Reason 9)

The Czarina realized many people were not working in the best interests of her husband, so convinced him he should take command of the army and go to the front. He was not cut out to be a military leader, but since he was convinced God would tell him what to do, he did take over, and his choices made the military situation so much worse, also keeping him away from the city when the revolution first started. If he had been in Petrograd at the time, he might have taken some action to avert it. (Reason 10)

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Author Bio:
Dee Garretson spent her childhood helping her father build his offbeat inventions and playing adventure games in the woods. After working as a landscape designer and teaching landscape horticulture classes for several years, Dee returned to writing. Her debut novel, Wildfire Run, has been praised for its suspense and its hero, Luke, who “with his companions, displays generous measures of courage and ingenuity in rising to the occasion” (ALA Booklist). She lives with her family in Cincinnati, Ohio.


Monday, January 20, 2020

PIXIELAND DIARIES {Book 1 of the Pixieland Diaries} | by Christina Bauer #Fantasy #Paranormal #YA #Excerpt #BookReview #Giveaway #ChristinaBauer #XpressoTours

Pixieland Diaries
Christina Bauer
Published by: Monster House Books
Publication date: March 31st, 2020
Genres: Fantasy, Paranormal, Young Adult
If you don’t like pixies, don’t read this diary.
If you don’t like loud-mouthed pixies who are really cool but sometimes get told they’re immature (for no reason), then definitely stop reading.
Oh, and if you’re His Awfulness The Elf Prince ‘Dare’ Darius, then you can kiss my butt. My hatred for you burns with the fire of a thousand suns. Thanks for getting me kicked out of Pixieland and exiled to attend some rando human high school on Earth. You’re the worst, even if you have a cute smile. And nice eyes. Your hair looks okay sometimes, too. But you’re still a creep and I loathe you.
And to everyone else: if you’ve read this far, then you better finish my entire diary.
My story is supernatural, wacked-out, and overall awesome.
***Meet the sassy pixie, Calla, in this 13,000+ word sampler!!!***
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Dear Diary,

Goodbye, old me! This journal will track my transformation into an all-new Calla. Not on the physical side, mind you. I’ll still be a fifteen-year-old pixie, five feet tall with pink hair and violet eyes. Instead, what will change about me is this: as of today, I shall never play another prank for as long as I live.
Okay, having a diary means being totally honest. It’s true that I’ve made this no-prank promise before. But today the Elven High Council gave me another super-long lecture on my so-called silly attitude. What a bunch of grumps. All their panties were in a twist, too. Why? I just cast one little enchantment that transformed the council’s shampoo into hair remover.
Which was awesome, by the way. The council are way too snooty and into their looks. Plus without their hair, the council rocks an alien vibe. And their silken tresses will all be back to normal after a spell or two. I think. Prince Darius says my magic is too powerful for my own good. He’s too cute for his, so we’re even.
Anyway, back to the council’s lecture. They reviewed this crazy-long list of how I should act going forward. I wrote it all down super carefully:
Act mysterious – always
Be frivolous – never
There was more on their list but what can I say? I got bored. The council also waah waah waah-ed that if I didn’t change my personality and soon, then this was my last warning. One more infraction and I would be kicked out of Pixieland, my home within Faerie.
Exile would be the worst, so I’m putting together a New Me plan.
Next steps to the New Me: swap out my gossamer wings for a bat look … Only answer questions with a long and mysterious ‘maaaaaaybe’ … And no pranks.
For real, this time.

-The New Calla


Christina has done it again!! I am MADLY in love with Calla and the Pixieland Diaries! After reading the Sampler, I CANNOT wait for the book to be published in March!! (Can you tell I'm excited with all of these exclamation points?!!! LOL)

The layout of the book is largely in diary form, making it fun and silly and full of laughter. Now, normally, I have really mixed feelings about Fae and Pixies.  I mean, they can be really wicked and conniving (a la Tinkerbell).  Calla isn't like that at all which is why I could fall so in love with her. Calla is delightfully irreverent and her delivery is spot on hysterical.  I wouldn't have it any other way.  I loved the funny names in the diary - Bilge, Headless Huntress, Oinky, 'Dare', etc. too. I can only imagine how good the rest of the book is.

So if you love an expert author lending her hand to a new series full of fun, some snark and a whole lot of laughter, you too will want to read PIXIELAND DIARIES.  While waiting for it to publish or to check it out and see if it's for you, I recommend you read the delightful PIXIELAND DIARIES SAMPLER!

5+ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Thank you to Christina Bauer and Xpresso Tours for the copy of the sampler gratis.  I am voluntarily leaving my review and all opinions are my own.
Christina Bauer knows how to tell stories about kick-ass women. In her best selling Angelbound series, the heroine is a part-demon girl who loves to fight in Purgatory’s Arena and falls in love with a part-angel prince. This young adult best seller has driven more than 500,000 ebook downloads and 9,000 reviews on Goodreads and retailers. The first three books in the series are now available as audiobooks on Audible and iTunes.
Bauer has also told the story of the Women’s March on Washington by leading PR efforts for the Massachusetts Chapter. Her pre-event press release—the only one sent out on a major wire service—resulted in more than 19,000 global impressions and redistribution by over 350 different media entities including the Associated Press.
Christina graduated from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School with BA’s in English along with Television, Radio, and Film Production. She lives in Newton, MA with her husband, son, and semi-insane golden retriever, Ruby.
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