Fire and Ice is today’s stop on the official blog tour for
Genre: YA science fiction
Book Summary: It begins with the name JONAS W. on the side of a cardboard coffin—right before the funeral procession blows up. Then it’s the whisper in the back of Micah’s head:Your father betrayed his country. You can’t always trust your own brain. Not when you have one of the mayor’s mandatory chips in your skull. Micah knows that the chip developed by TFC (the corporation that runs the Therapeutic Forgetting Clinics) does more than just erase unpleasant memories—it implants new ones. The MemeCast warns citizens to “fight the hack.”
Election Day is coming, and Mayor Mignon is set to be elected to Congress. It’s time to build a new electronic frontier, one that’s not controlled by the mayor and his cronies. It’s time to get out the vote and shake up the system. It’s time to finally say enough.
Fire and Ice is pleased to have the author, Angle Smibert here today to share her post…
“My Top 10 List of Other People’s Writing Advice”
10. “Don’t take anyone’s writing advice too seriously.” Lev Grossman.
About the Author: Angie Smibert was born in Blacksburg, a once sleepy college town in the mountains of Southwest Virginia. She grew up thinking she wanted to be a veterinarian; organic chemistry had other ideas. But she always had stories in her head. Eventually, after a few degrees and a few cool jobs—including a 10-year stint at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center—she wrote some of those stories down.
Find Angie on: Website | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads
The Giveaway: Angie is giving away the following prizes during the blog tour:
- Grand prize: (1) Kindle (courtesy of Amazon)—the basic 6” display / wifi one.
- (1)Complete set of the series. (MN, FC, MP). Signed if in US; unsigned and delivered through Book Depository if outside US.
- (3) Meme Plague (hard copy) plus swag.