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Tour: The Sweetest Thing You Can Sing by C.K. Kelly Martin

The Sweetest Thing You Can Sing
C.K. Kelly Martin
Publication date: September 1st 2014
Genres: Contemporary, Young Adult

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Losing weight over the summer gains Serena some popularity, but it also means discovering first-hand the pains of being a fifteen-year-old girl in a world that both sexualizes and shames young women. After narrowly avoiding exploitation in a shortlived relationship, Serena aligns with a new friend who was the victim of an explicit image that was shared at school. When Serena finds herself in a relationship with a new guy, she is surprised to find a different set of expectations. But have her previous experiences damaged her too much to make it work? As Serena struggles to find who she is as opposed to who she is expected to be, she begins sighting Devin – her older brother who disappeared months earlier.




About the Author

C.K. KELLY MARTIN’s bestselling debut novel, I Know It’s Over, was published in 2008. It was followed by One Lonely Degree, The Lighter Side of Life and Death, My Beating Teenage Heart and the sci-fi thriller, Yesterday. A graduate of the Film Studies program at York University, Martin loves good books, movies, music, web design, and Ireland. She currently resides in Oakville, Ontario.

The Tour

September 29th
Back Porchervations >> Review
Read more-sleep less >> Guest Post
Cindy’s Love of Books >> Review

September 30th
Bookshipper >> Review
Shayna Varadeaux Books & Reviews >> Review

October 1st
Rhea’s Neon Journal >> Review
Book Lit Love >> Review + Top 10 List

October 2nd
Reading In Winter >> Excerpt
Journey with Books  >> Review
Daydream Books >> Playlist

October 3rd
The Book Landers >> Review
The Bookish Confections >> Review

October 6th
A Reader of Fictions >> Review
Heather’s Book Chatter >> Guest Post

October 7th
Actin’ Up with Books >> Review
Sassy Book Lovers >> Excerpt
Creating Serenity >> Review

October 8th
Beneath the Jacket Reviews >> Review

October 9th
Becky on Books >> Interview
Doodles, doodles everywhere >> Excerpt
YA Story Teller >> Review

October 10th
The Young Folks >> Excerpt
Loving the Language of Literacy >> Review + Top 10 List