I am organizing a few different events for novel, Where Are We Tomorrow by Tavi Taylor Black. You are not obligated to sign up for everything but I am looking for bookstagrammers and bloggers to host these events. Print copies will be available for US readers (tours) and digital will be provided for international readers. Giveaway details to come!
Sign up for one or all of them 🙂
Book Blitz & Review Opportunity: Book blitz is scheduled for July 5th and review copies will be available until October 5th
Blog Tour: September 20th – 24th
Bookstagram Tour: September 17th – October 1st
Where We Are Tomorrow
Publication Date: May 31st, 2021
Genre: Contemporary Fiction/ Women’s Fiction
Publisher: TouchPoint Press
Alex Evans, a thirty-six year old touring electrician, discovers through an accidental pregnancy and then the pain of miscarriage that she truly wants a family. But to attempt another pregnancy, she’ll have to change both her career and her relationship; her partner Connor, ten years her senior, isn’t prepared to become a father again.
When Alex is implicated in an accident involving the female pop star she works for, she and three other women on tour rent a house together in Tuscany. While the tour regroups, confessions are made, secrets are spilled: the guitar tech conceals a forbidden love, the production assistant’s ambition knows no limits, and the personal assistant battles mental issues.
Through arguments and accidents, combating drug use and religion, the women help each other look back on the choices they’ve made, eventually buoying each other, offering up strength to face tough decisions ahead.
TRIGGER WARNING: MISCARRIAGE/ ADDICTION/ GRIEF
About the Author
Tavi Black lives on an island near Seattle where she designs sets for the ballet, works as the tour manager for a musical mantra group, and has founded an anti-domestic violence non-profit organization. Before earning an MFA from Lesley University, Tavi spent 14 years touring with rock bands. Several of Tavi’s short stories have been shortlisted for prizes, including Aesthetica Magazine’s Competition, and the Donald Barthelme Prize for Short Prose.