Release Day – The Language of Silence

Today’s the day I release my first YA Contemporary novel, The Language of Silence. Right now, this minute, you can click here and download the ebook with the print version available in the next few weeks. And that’s not all! Starting on Monday, I will be taking part in a TLOS blog tour where you might just win a 25 dollar Amazon gift card! Make sure you follow me on twitter (@tiffanytruitt) to travel with me on the tour and enter to win!

The Language of Silence Tour Banner

And that’s still not all! I am excited to share with you a short excerpt from the novel:

 

“How’d your mom tell you?”

Brett offers a short, bitter laugh in response. I scratch my chin and shake my head. “That good, eh?”

“You would think she was auditioning for a Lifetime movie or something.”

For some reason, I laugh. Brett smiles. An actual smile. The kind of smile that transforms a face. If she was beautiful before, she’s luminescent now. These sorts of moments are so rare, so precious, I feel both a need to forever stay in this place and flee it as soon as possible.

I’ve always had a crush on Brett Jensen. I’ve just been smart enough to know that I’m too messed up to ever be with her. And now, with Tristan gone, I’m pretty sure I’m damn near done.Ruined. And maybe that’s what I deserve for not convincing him to stay with us.

“Maybe she thinks Julia Roberts will play her,” she continues, pulling at the grass growing up between the cement base of the bridge. “I mean, this has movie written all over it. All-American boy dies under mysterious conditions.”

Oh, Brett. There is no mystery about it. He left us.

“More likely some has-been from one of those medical shows,” I say instead.

Brett nods. Suddenly, her hand is on mine. I feel the tension she is holding within herself by the pressure she exerts onto my skin. My cheeks burn, and I am ashamed by my body’s quick reaction to this small movement.

“You can be whatever you want now, Ed,” she whispers.

I try to pull my hand from her grasp, but she merely holds on tighter. “What are you talking about?” I manage.

“You have a get out of jail free card thanks to Tristan. You could skip school for a week or flunk the whole year, and no one could say anything. You are…were the best friend of the dead kid. Who would give you grief? You could become anyone.”

She’s holding on so tightly to my hand that I begin to lose feeling. I let her words sink in. Settle. And the funny thing is—they make sense. Perfect sense. I know how I am going to deal with all of this.

 

Big Week with All the Feels

This is the week—the week I’ve been looking forward to all summer. I am choosing to overlook the whole returning back to work on Thursday thing (when I will start my ninth year of teaching middle school), and, instead, I will focus on all of the awesome bookish things happening this week.

For starters, Creators, the final book in my dystopian series is finally available in print. You can order it by clicking here. And if you haven’t started the series, check out the trailer for book one, Chosen Ones, below. All three books are available in both ebook and print.

If that wasn’t exciting enough, I am thrilled to reveal the cover for my first YA Contemporary novel, The Language of Silence. You can click here to pre-order the ebook, which comes out this Friday. The print version will be available shortly after.

TLOS-TEEN

Blurb: Brett is certain that someone is responsible for her brother’s death. He wouldn’t just leave her and his best friend, Ed, behind. Although Tristan’s death is ruled an accident, Brett and Ed know there is something more sinister happening. They are looking for the secret that no one in this small Georgia town of Wendall wants to acknowledge, the truth that may rock the town establishment and particularly one of its most upstanding families.

Together, Brett and Ed must discover the hidden truth behind Tristan’s death and deal with their feelings for each other, or they might just discover the darkest secrets are the ones they are keeping themselves.

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From Book to Screen….Sizzle or Scream? —The Spectacular Now

Today, I am here to talk about the movie adaptation of Tim Tharp’s The Spectacular Now. Earlier in the week, I reviewed the book as part of my summer series, Summer Reading Had Me a Blast (and remember…keep following the blog for a chance to win all of my summer reads).

TheTrailer:

The creators of this trailer did it right, hitting all of the highlights from the book that fans would want to see. Though, I should have known from the footage and music choice that the film would take the narrative in a more positive direction than the novel itself. Le sigh.

What Worked:

Miles Teller. Miles Teller. Miles Teller. I have thought this kid had talent since his turn in Footloose. He is one hell of an actor, and I can’t even imagine anyone but him playing Sutter. Sutter does some insanely unlikable things within the story, a story of addiction remember, and the beauty of Tharp’s narrative is you still root for him. That’s the tragedy; that’s why you can understand Amy’s pain, and his family’s pain, etc. Because you keep wishing he would change too, knowing he won’t. And you can’t truly feel the enormity of the tragedy without falling for Sutter despite his many flaws, and that means that Teller had to pull off a hell of a difficult role. And he nailed it. Nailed it. He may not look like the Hollywood leading man, but if I had my way, he’d be in a lot more movies.

The pacing. The simplicity. The supporting cast. All worked…until the end.

What Didn’t Work:

Now, I will try to avoid spoilers here, but if you haven’t read the book or seen the movie you might want to stop now. They changed the ending. Utterly changed it. And I HATED that. One of the great things about the book was how honest it was. It didn’t sugarcoat life. It stood up and said: Guess what? You can’t save everyone. Some endings aren’t happy. Deal.

The movie…well…the movie changed that, and I think it cheapened the whole narrative and movie as a result.

Also, they took out something explaining Amy as a character. One of the few things I thought made her interesting. Otherwise, the novel is just Sutter’s story, and I don’t really care about her. By taking out the story she tells him, I was even more mad about the change at the end. Their love story, one based off of need and not anything significant in my opinion, becomes even less worthy of ruining one of the most honest narratives I have ever read.

My Verdict: Sizzled and made me scream. If you’re a fan of staying true to the book, stop before the last ten minutes. If you haven’t read the book, watch away.

 

 

Summer Reading….Had Me a Blast

Today, as part of my fun in the sun series, Summer Reading….Had Me a Blast, I will be reviewing The Spectacular Now by Tim Tharp. Check back each week for my thoughts on all of my summer reads. And remember, you might, just might, have a chance to win all of these books later this summer.

Summary:

SUTTER KEELY. HE’S the guy you want at your party. He’ll get everyone dancing. He’ ll get everyone in your parents’ pool. Okay, so he’s not exactly a shining academic star. He has no plans for college and will probably end up folding men’s shirts for a living. But there are plenty of ladies in town, and with the help of Dean Martin and Seagram’s V.O., life’s pretty fabuloso, actually.

Until the morning he wakes up on a random front lawn, and he meets Aimee. Aimee’s clueless. Aimee is a social disaster. Aimee needs help, and it’s up to the Sutterman to show Aimee a splendiferous time and then let her go forth and prosper. But Aimee’s not like other girls, and before long he’s in way over his head. For the first time in his life, he has the power to make a difference in someone else’s life—or ruin it forever.

(Source: http://www.barnesandnoble.com)

Review:

Not going to lie, I hadn’t heard of this novel until the critically acclaimed movie, which is pretty sad cause it’s pretty darn great. Don’t worry novel enthusiasts, I didn’t watch the movie until I finished the book. I am certainly glad I made that choice because the differences between the two are super important to the message that each narrative is trying to sell ( but more on that in Thursday’s Book to Screen blog post). 9780385754309_p0_v2_s260x420

So, let’s get to it….I LOVE this book. As someone getting ready to venture into the world of Contemporary YA, I think Tharp nailed it.  Smart, smart, smart. This book is so smart and real. I love a an author who isn’t afraid to write real people and not just characters. The most beautiful thing about life is how imperfect it is. How both beautiful and dark the world’s imperfections are.  I am all about embracing that.

Sutter, the novel’s main character, is, at times, an asshole.  Seemingly fatally flawed. But with Tharp’s use of wit, he never comes across as unlikable. And those are the most depressing of people—-the people you only see potential in,  the people who waste it. That’s why this story of addiction works. It’s do damn realistic. Everyone knows someone like this. Someone you want to shake and scream at: Don’t you know how loved you are? Don’t you know the things you could do? Don’t you know you could be happy?

Now, a lot fans did not like the novel’s abrupt and less than sun-shiney ending. I thought it was perfect. Because guess what? That’s life. It doesn’t always provide you the answers you seek, and it doesn’t always end the way it should. And as a reader, and writer, I am so thankful Tharp was brave enough to take the narrative in this direction.

My one complaint is the novel’s love interest. She wasn’t a female character I could get behind…but maybe that’s the point. And another reason I totally support the novel’s ending.

So, if you like stories that are funny, smart, and brutally real, pick this book up now.

From Books to Screen….Sizzle or Scream? The Fault in our Stars

By now, you have probably seen it…at least twice. Maybe even a third time if you spent your first two viewings attempting to navigate through the constant flood of tears that steered you off your movie-enjoying course. But enough with the metaphors…today, I am here to talk about the film adaptation of John Green’s wildly successful novel. So let’s find out, did the film sizzle or make me want to scream?

The trailer: 

 

Anyone with half a brain could tell you this trailer screamed Young Adult in the type of swoony-tear-jerky-notebook type of way that would drive young girls to the theaters in hordes. And had audiences merely based their decisions to see or not see the film based off the trailer alone, I can imagine a lot of people, including myself, might have waited till DVD. It’s the same reason I put off reading the book for over a year after snatching a copy at BEA. I thought it was just another doomed love story, high on the corn syrup and low on the actual heart. Fans of the story know it is much, much more. Hands down one of the smartest YA novels I have ever had the privilege of reading (I have since read everything Mr. Green has seen fit to publish and pretty much think he is the best thing to happen to reading since J. K Rowling). I think word of mouth drove the masses to the theaters more than this trailer, and thank God it did. 

What Worked:

Can we talk about Shailene Woodley for a minute? I loathe the show, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, and I have to admit I based my distaste for it largely on the shoulders of Ms. Woodley. I thought she was one of the worst actresses I had ever seen. Goes to show you how important good writing is when inspiring good acting. When I first heard she was going to be playing Hazel, I nearly loss my cookies. I could not have been more pleasantly surprised. She was so effortlessly natural as Hazel that I utterly lost myself in her performance. She wasn’t playing Hazel, she was Hazel. So much so that while I thought Ansel was well-suited for the film, he got lost in her performance as well. It was her story.

Finally, a film that knows how important the small roles are. From the parents to best friends, the supporting roles were perfectly executed, saving the film from moments of deep, never-ending darkness with their spots of brightness. 

The music. I love a good soundtrack, and the songs selected for this film helped a timeless story stay relevant. 

What didn’t work:

One of the reasons I recommend TFIOS to anyone who asks is because of how achingly, beautifully smart it is. I love the conversations about philosophy, mathematics, and literary theory. While the film did pay homage to these conversations and musings, it was always in a watered down version. I don’t think the film needed to do this, and I felt a bit cheated at times. These discussions are part of what made so many fans love the film, and it would help those who didn’t read it and those who constantly try to label YA as juvenile to see that it could be so much more. 

Verdict: Sizzler! Overall, I really enjoyed the film. Even watered down, the TFIOS movie is a nice chance of pace, and I will def be adding it to my DVD collection. 

Summer Reading…Had Me a Blast!

Good Morning Blogging Friends,

Today, I am excited to share with you the first post of my latest blog series: Summer Reading…Had Me a Blast. Each week for the rest of the summer, I will be sharing with you reviews of my summer reads. I will be reading and reviewing everything from nonfiction to YA to New Adult. And you might, just might, have a chance to win all of my summer reads later this summer with the release of my first YA Contemporary novel, The Language of Silence.

So, let’s get reviewing:

Book: Don’t Look Back by Jennifer Armentrout

Genre: YA / Mystery

Summary: Samantha is a stranger in her own life. Until the night she disappeared with her best friend, Cassie, everyone said Sam had it all-popularity, wealth, and a dream boyfriend. 

Sam has resurfaced, but she has no recollection of who she was or what happened to her that night. As she tries to piece together her life from before, she realizes it’s one she no longer wants any part of. The old Sam took “mean girl” to a whole new level, and it’s clear she and Cassie were more like best enemies. Sam is pretty sure that losing her memories is like winning the lottery. She’s getting a second chance at being a better daughter, sister, and friend, and she’s falling hard for Carson Ortiz, a boy who has always looked out for her-even if the old Sam treated him like trash. 

But Cassie is still missing, and the facts about what happened to her that night aren’t just buried deep inside of Sam’s memory-someone else knows, someone who wants to make sure Sam stays quiet. All Sam wants is the truth, and if she can unlock her clouded memories of that fateful night, she can finally move on. But what if not remembering is the only thing keeping Sam alive?

(Source: Amazon.com)

Review:

There are two things you should know about me. 1) I LOVE mysteries. Ever since being introduced to the works of R.L Stine and Agatha Christie, I have sought the perfect mystery. Which leads me to the second thing you should know about me—(2) I am freakishly good at guessing the endings of movies and books. Sixth Sense? Guessed it. Prisoners: Guessed it. With that being said, it should be known that I guessed the ending to Don’t Look Back within the first couple of chapters. This should not deter you from picking up the book. My crazy deductive skills are my cross to bear, and none of the students I shared the book with were able to guess the ending. But, if you share my affliction, I still implore you to give the book a chance.

51QnleMwlfLWhy? Because Armentrout has a knack for the teenage voice. She’s hip and fun without ever coming across as forced or fake. And she doesn’t shy away from tackling the issues that face young teens today. Instead of filling her novels with long bouts of brooding, introspective moaning (I’m certainly guilty of that), Armentrout deals with the hardships of teenage life with a bit of wit and a tongue-in-cheek attitude. And let’s be honest, she’s good with the heat. It’s part of the reason she is so popular with readers and the blogging community.

So, if you are looking for a fun, fast-paced summer read, this is a good mystery to pick up. Perfect for a day at the pool or beach.

From Book to Screen…Sizzle or Scream?—-Vampire Academy.

Good Morning Blogging Friends,

Today, I am here to write about the movie adaptation of Richelle Mead’s, Vampire Academy….what I loved….what I hated…and most importantly did the film sizzle or make me want to scream?

The Trailer:

I LOVE movie trailers. There used to be a show back in the day on E! called Coming Attractions. This was thirty minutes of nothing but movie trailers. I LOVED it so much that sometimes I would pop in a VHS (those things that came before DVD’s..ask your parents about them), and I would tape the program just so I could watch it over and over again. Needless to say, I am very critical of the way trailers are constructed. Trailers can make or break a movie at the box office. Consider the movie, The Village. Packaged as a creature feature, people were greatly disappointed to find out that instead of a tale of blood, guts, and bumps in the night, they were watching a psychological tale about the power of paranoia and society building (Let it be known, I think The Village is one of the most highly underrated movies of all time). The trailer unrealistically packaged the movie as something it was not and damned it in the process. I think the same thing happened with Vampire Academy.

As you can see, the movie is packaged as a watered down, vapid Gossip Girl lacking substance and wit. Needless to say, as a fan of the series, I was highly disappointed and wasn’t going to waste any part of my lowly teacher salary on seeing the film in theaters. Thank goodness for Red Box.

What Worked:

Jeesh. Almost everything. The beauty of a crap trailer is that I went in with low expectations, and I came out wonderfully surprised. The highlight of the film had to be its star. She was wonderful, throwing out quips and snide comments with the ease of a Sarah Michelle Gellar in Buffy the Vampire Slayer—a skill that not all actresses could pull off.

Another point of praise comes with the film’s pacing. Sometimes, and don’t kill me book fans, the narrative became bogged down with back story and lore, and the film, mostly due to the ease of the medium itself, provided audiences with the needed information without weighing the story down.

I also, kinda, just liked the way it looked. The fight scenes rocked and the editing was masterful. For a low-budget film it never came across as cheap.

What Didn’t Work:

Again, I am expecting riots, but I didn’t dig the actor who played Dimitri. If anything, I was way more into and interested by the acting choices made by the actor who played Christian. It’s weird until the very last scene, I didn’t feel any connection between Dimitri and Rose…but then that scene totally blew me away. I kept thinking…where the hell was all that chemistry before?

Verdict – Sizzle or Scream?

Sizzle. Overall, I thought this was a pretty faithful and fun adaptation of a story I really dug. I recommend it to fans of the series. I only wish it made more money because they set up a pretty awesome cliff hanger, and I would definitely pay some of my lowly teacher salary to see more.

Even the Fatally Flawed Deserve to Fall in Love….

Even the fatally flawed deserve to fall in love…what the heck does that mean? Soon, you’ll have over 200 pages to help you find out. I am thrilled to announce….coming-soon

that’s right…I signed a book deal with Evernight Teen. Continuing my run with the wonderful world of small, dedicated, and author-centered and author- friendly publishers,  I have accepted a deal to publish my first YA Contemporary novel, The Language of Silence.

I will, of course, release more details into the world when I am allowed to, but what I can share right now is that I am super excited. This is a story I really love, and I am anxious to share it with the world. Dark. Gritty. Raw. And not always pretty. The Language of Silence follows two teenagers who learn that even the fatally flawed deserve to fall in love.

 

It’s The End Of The World….

…as I know it, and I feel fine.

Well, actually, I feel a plethora of dizzying, contradictory emotions as the end of my first books series, The Lost Souls Trilogy, comes to an end. I, no doubt, someday, will write quite a tome exploring my first voyage into the publishing world, but today I’m here to share some news.

Merci!

Almost two years ago, Entangled Publishing sold the Lost Souls series to a publishing company in french-speaking Canada. Last week, I received my copies of :

  Les Êtres artificiels - 1     Les Naturels - 2

That’s right! I am now published in two languages. Granted, I don’t speak a lick of French except what I learned from watching multiple viewings of Moulin Rouge, but I’m still geeking out over the concept.

Pre-order Creators now for only 99cents:

Yes, you read that right. Right now, you can pre-order the ebook version of Creators for less than a dollar. The final installment in the series will be released to you on the novel’s release date, April 28th. You can order the print book version soon! But while you are waiting for that link to go live, order those ebook versions at a huge discount.

Click here to order from B&N

Click here to order from Amazon

CREATORS Blog Tour:

The CREATORS blog tour will run both here on my personal blog and  slew of YA-centered blogs from April 21st to May 2nd.

Entangled Teen’s 12 Days of Kickass Event!

Happy Holidays Everyone!

Join us in celebrating Entangled Teen’s 12 Days of Kickass Event! This event is going to be a blast!

We are joining together to share some exclusive content with you all! There will be 2 teams, The Smartass Team who will post a good or swoon worthy deleted scene or an excerpt and The Badass Team who will post a villainous deleted scene or excerpt. And the cool part is we’ll be posting on each other’s blogs! The party starts on December 2nd and goes all the way to December 13th! We will wrap up the event with our monthly twitter party on December 13th 9 PM EST/6 PM PST as well! Each day will have 2 posts from us along with an EPIC giveaway!

So how do I join in you ask? It’s easy just follow along with the tour and find the hidden word (it will be highlighted) in each post and fill out the Rafflecopter form! What can I win you ask? You can win one of 2 Kindles (valued at $69) and we’re giving away 5 sets of 5 Entangled Teen Print Books US Only, and 10 Entangled Teen eBooks International! Also we will be giving away more books and Amazon and Barnes & Noble Gift Cards during the twitter party! That means 2 people will win a kindle, 5 people will win 5 of our amazing print titles, and 10 people will win eBooks!

Today, I am excited to host an exclusive excerpt from Kelly York’s, HUSHED:

 Technically I should have something for Made of Stars, but I’ve had so many people want to see how “Team Ever” (Archer and Evan) from Hushed are doing after the events of the book…and who am I to say no? Besides, it’s almost Christmas and you have to admit, they’d be damned cute around the holidays. ;) What do you think Archer and Evan have in store for them?

“Welcome home, Archer.”

From the moment I step through the door, it’s obvious Evan went through painstaking measures to set this up. The air smells like gingerbread cookies and burnt sugar cookies. There are a few gifts under the tree. The apartment is immaculate, and that right there tells me he put thought into this. I know Evan, and I know his tendency of throwing dirty laundry on the floor, books and games on the coffee table, and week-old dishes left soaking in the sink.

This is the first time I’ve seen a home outside of the care facility in nearly a year. That facility was home, in the technical sense of the word, and now here I am, in a strange place I’ve only heard about, knowing that this is now where I will have to rebuild my life. At first, stepping out of the facility doors was a relief. Now, without that structure and security it feels sort of like the ground is tipping underneath me and nothing is coming into focus.

Nothing except for Evan’s face. He’s watching me with his hands wrung together as I set my bag down inside the door, and it occurs to me how important this is. Bringing me home. My first impression of the place we’ll be sharing. I’ve never lived with anyone aside from my parents, and the thought of doing so now is terrifying, but how can I do anything other than smile when I’m looking at the soft curve of his lips and the hopefulness in his eyes?

“I like the tree,” I offer lamely, because this putting-my-feelings-into-words thing is still a work in progress. But the tree is nice. “Though the ornaments look like a five-year-old made them.”

Evan follows my gaze to the colorfully lit Christmas tree near the sliding back door. It glimmers, starkly out of place in his (our?) bare living room. “No, I think I was like…ten. Is that bad? We can buy new ornaments, if you want.”

I quickly say, “No,” and reach for his hand without thinking. Because I want to touch him. Because I feel I haven’t gotten to do nearly enough of that over the last eleven months. Because I spent so long feeling like I didn’t deserve it and, truthfully, I’m still not sure if I do. “Leave it like it is. It’s very…you.”

He grins, corners of his eyes crinkling. “Aw. Are you saying my badly painted ornaments and macaroni Santas are endearing?”

I try not to sound indignant. “I guess.”

“You’re getting sentimental, Archer. Who would have guessed?” His fingers tighten around my hand, thumb soothing across my knuckles. He doesn’t give me a chance to protest before pressing his mouth to mine, gently at first, and then more insistent when I lean into him like I’ve been starved for this for months. (I have.) He doesn’t give me a chance to tell him that I will gladly be sentimental for him, because Evan will always be home to me.

 Hushed_500HUSHED By Kelly York

Eighteen-year-old Archer couldn’t protect his best friend, Vivian, from what happened when they were kids. Since then, he’s never stopped trying to shelter her from everything else. It doesn’t matter that Vivian only uses him when skipping from one toxic relationship to another. Archer is always there, reeled in and tossed out, waiting to be noticed.

Then Evan Bishop breezes into town with a warm smile and calming touch, and Archer can’t deny his attraction to him. Evan is the only person who keeps him around without a single string attached. And the harder Archer falls for Evan, the more he sees Vivian for the manipulative hot-mess she really is.

But Viv has her hooks in deep, and once she finds out Archer’s dark secret, she threatens to expose the truth if she doesn’t get what she wants.

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About the Author

Kelley York was born in central California, where she still resides with her lovely wife, step-daughter, and cats, while fantasizing about moving to England or Ireland. She has a fascination with bells and animals, is a lover of video games, and likes to pretend she’s a decent photographer. Her life goal is to find a real unicorn. Or to at least write about them.

Kelley is a sucker for dark fiction. She loves writing twisted characters, tragic happenings, and bittersweet endings that leave you wondering and crying. Character development takes center stage in her books because the bounds of a person’s character and the workings of their mind are limitless.

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Haven’t read today’s other post? Stop by Kelly York’s blog and check out my excerpt/deleted scene.

Giveaway Details:

2 Kindles (valued at $69) US ONLY

5 sets of 5 Entangled Teen Print Books US Only

10 Entangled Teen eBooks International!

(no purchase necessary)

a Rafflecopter giveaway

And here’s the post schedule so you can follow along each day!

12/2/2013            Kendra Highley will host Rachel Harris with a Smartass post.

12/2/2013            Rachel Harris will host Kendra Highley with a Smartass post.

12/3/2013            Christine O’Neil will host Vivi Barnes with a Badass post.

12/3/2013            Vivi Barnes will host Christine O’Neil with a Badass post.

12/4/2013            Karri Thompson                will host Danielle Ellison with a Smartass post.

12/4/2013            Danielle Ellison  will host Karri Thompson with a Smartass post.

12/5/2013            Princess Sophie will host Cecily White with a Badass post.

12/5/2013            Cecily White will host Princess Sophie with a Badass post.

12/6/2013            Jolene Perry will host Lea Nolan with a Smartass post.

12/6/2013            Lea Nolan will host Jolene Perry with a Smartass post.

12/7/2013            Victoria Scott will host Sara Hantz with a Badass post.

12/7/2013            Sara Hantz will host Victoria Scott with a Badass post.

12/8/2013            Kelley York will host Tiffany Truitt with a Smartass post.

12/8/2013            Tiffany Truitt will host Kelley York with a Smartass post.

12/9/2013            Melissa West will host Cindi Madsen with a Badass post.

12/9/2013            Cindi Madsen will host Melissa West with a Badass post.

12/10/2013         Rebekah Purdy will host Shea Berkley with a Smartass post.

12/10/2013         Shea Berkley will host Rebekah Purdy with a Smartass post.

12/11/2013         Lisa Burstein  will host Jus Accardo with a Badass post.

12/11/2013         Jus Accardo will host Lisa Burstein with a Badass post.

12/12/2013         Renee Collins will host Tracy Clark with a Smartass post.

12/12/2013         Tracy Clark will host Renee Collins with a Smartass post.

12/13/2013         Chloe Jacobs will host Brooklyn Skye with a Badass post.

12/13/2013         Brooklyn Skye will host Chloe Jacobs with a Badass post.

We’re super excited to share all of these awesome posts with you and make sure to follow along on twitter and Facebook using the hashtag #12DaysOfKickass!

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