Tag: georgia cates

Oct 08
{Review+G!veaway} Shallow by Georgia Cates

{Review+G!veaway} Shallow by Georgia Cates

You can check out the rest of the stops on the tour HERE Welcome to my stop on the Shallow blog tour! I have my review of Shallow for you today along with a giveaway 🙂 Want to see what I thought of Going Under? You can check out my review HERE Shallow by Georgia Cates Pages: 261 Publication Date: September 21, 2012 Age Group: YA Source: Author Series: Going Under #2 Challenge(s): Ebook challenge, Young adult reading challenge, 150+ reading challenge,sensational seconds challenge, Just Contemporary challenge,  ABC challenge Buy this Book: Amazon Summary(from Goodreads): Payton Archer’s best friend, Claire, strives to be perfect in every way. Payton doesn’t and this is her story.Nick Hawke likes his car fast and his girls even faster. He blows through females quicker than his muscle car races down the “The Strip” in Collinsville and he wouldn’t have it any other way. Determined to avoid the devastation he has watched his father endure in the aftermath of his mother leaving, he believes there is no… Read more »

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Oct 08
{Book Review} Going Under by Georgia Cates

{Book Review} Going Under by Georgia Cates

Going under by Georgia Cates Pages: 222 Publication Date: March 1, 2012  Age Group: YA Source: author Series: Going Under #1 Challenge(s): Ebook challenge, Young adult reading challenge, 150+ reading challenge,Just Contemporary challenge Buy this Book: Amazon Summary(from Goodreads): Jessie Boone is a self proclaimed bad boy and doesn’t march to the beat of anyone’s drum, but his own. Growing up in less than desirable circumstances has made him no stranger to the hard knock life and his determination to leave it behind is fierce. When he finds himself transferred to East Franklin High School, he sees his opportunity to use his athletic ability to snag a college football scholarship, but Forbes Henderson, the player Jessie means to replace isn’t giving up his spot willingly. In fact, Forbes is willing to go to extreme measures to retain his place as first string quarterback. When Forbes’ malicious plan to injure his replacement fails, Jessie is furious and determined to show him he messed with the wrong person; not only is he going to… Read more »

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Oct 06
{Guest Post+G!veaway} 6 words for Going Under by Georgia Cates

{Guest Post+G!veaway} 6 words for Going Under by Georgia Cates

You can find the rest of the stops on the tour HERE Today for my tour stop I have a guest post from Georgia Cates herself, talking about 6 words that describe Going Under. I just read Going Under and I LOVED it. My review is coming up tonight, and then I have my blog tour review of Shallow coming up on monday!  Plus, you know how much I love my giveaways so there are two tour wide giveaways at the bottom of the post! 🙂 Going Under by Georgia Cates Book description: Jessie Boone is a self proclaimed bad boy and doesn’t march to the beat of anyone’s drum, but his own. Growing up in less than desirable circumstances has made him no stranger to the hard knock life and his determination to leave it behind is fierce. When he finds himself transferred to East Franklin High School, he sees his opportunity to use his athletic ability to snag a college football scholarship, but Forbes Henderson, the player Jessie… Read more »

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May 01
Blogversary G!veaway #4- Going Under by Georgia Cates

Blogversary G!veaway #4- Going Under by Georgia Cates

Today I have an interview with Author of Going Under, Georgia Coates! Thanks so much for being here with us today 🙂 Thank you having me as a guest. It is a pleasure to be featured today. 1.  Describe Going Under in a tweet. (140 characters or less) Intense romance between an ambitious boy from the wrong side of the tracks and a girl struggling to find herself outside her perfect world. 2.  I love reading books from a guys point of view. Do you think it’s easier to write a girl’s POV or a guy?  Girl’s POV is so much easier. When you write from a guy’s POV, you have to choose if you’re going to write the way a guy would actually be thinking or if you’ll tone it down. What does this mean? Let’s face it. If I wrote the way a guy actually thought about women and sex, we probably wouldn’t like his character very much. I have to tone it down. A lot. And sometimes… Read more »

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