Get Wicked with Entangled Blog Hop

Hello! Welcome to my stop of the Get Wicked with Entangled Blog Hop!

The thing is…I’m not really wicked. I write YA novels. I’m a mother of three kids. The most wicked I get is this:

Pin Halloween

But when you add in the fact that I am Maleficient to my daughter’s Mal this Halloween, the wickedness factor goes down quite a bit.

But no matter. The villain in my upcoming book, FORGET TOMORROW, is wicked enough for the both of us. Chairwoman Dresden, head of the Future Memory Agency, is downright scary in her ambition and single-mindedness. She’ll do anything to achieve her goals, even if it means sacrificing the innocent.

Callie, my heroine, has enough on her plate. Will she be able to circumvent Fate AND defeat Chairwoman Dresden? We shall see . . .

In the meantime, I’d love to give away a prize to thank you for stopping by! The Entangled team and I call this the Forget Tomorrow-inspired necklace:Feather necklace

What do you think? Pretty stunning, right?

I’ve provided a ton of easy ways to enter, including watching the Forget Tomorrow book trailer and answering super easy questions in the comments.

To enter, please click on the rafflecopter below:
a Rafflecopter giveaway

To check out other the stops on the blog hop, please click here.


22 thoughts on “Get Wicked with Entangled Blog Hop

  1. What a lovely necklace! Answer to question – A needle was dropped in the book trailer. If I could send a memory back to myself, it would be my vacation in Hawaii as a reminder to travel more when I’m younger.


  2. Thanks for this giveaway! Answer to questions, one a needle was dropped in the book trailer. Two if I could send a memory back to myself it would be the memory of reading the last Harry Potter book. It was such a bitter sweet feeling. Happy Halloween!


  3. Thanks for the giveaway. If I could give any memory to my younger self it would probably be to just show my life as it is now and to tell myself that things won’t always seem so bad. Oh, and a syringe was dropped in the video. πŸ˜‰


  4. Reblogged this on DIANA BELCHASE and commented:
    A fantastic contest for a fantastic book. The talented Pintip Dunn is stopping by to tell us a little bit about her debut novel, Forget Tomorrow. It’s filled with all the teen angst anyone could want while asking really probing questions about whether we can change ourselves and our futures. Take it away, Pintip!


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