Wednesday, May 31, 2017

VIOLET GRENADE by Victoria Scott Blog Tour & Giveaway

Our classroom is so excited to be hosting Victoria Scott today on her epic VIOLET GRENADE Blog Tour! Often in our daily lives, teens like us have to face bullying. We are so thankful to Victoria for joining us today to feature "10 Things to Know About Bullying"

Don't forget to enter the giveaway at the end of the blog post!

Publication Date: May 2, 2017
Publisher: Entangled Teen

Welcome to Violet Grenade...
DOMINO (def.): A girl with blue hair and a demon in her mind.
CAIN (def.): A stone giant on the brink of exploding.
MADAM KARINA (def.): A woman who demands obedience.
WILSON (def.): The one who will destroy them all.
When Madam Karina discovers Domino in an alleyway, she offers her a position inside her home for entertainers in secluded West Texas. Left with few alternatives and an agenda of her own, Domino accepts. It isn’t long before she is fighting her way up the ranks to gain the madam’s approval. But after suffering weeks of bullying and unearthing the madam’s secrets, Domino decides to leave. It’ll be harder than she thinks, though, because the madam doesn’t like to lose inventory. But then, Madam Karina doesn’t know about the person living inside Domino’s mind. Madam Karina doesn’t know about Wilson.
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Meet Victoria!

Victoria Scott is the acclaimed author of eight books for young adults. Her novels are sold in fourteen different countries, and she loves receiving fan mail from across the world. Victoria loves high fashion, big cities, and pink cotton candy. You can find her online at

Guest Post by the Author...

10 Things to Know About Bullying

  1. It happens to everyone. To the popular, and the not-so-popular. To the fat and thin and beautiful and odd and tall and short. No one escapes it. No one.  

  1. It usually happens within a definitive period in your life. Meaning, it will end. For me, it was when I was in middle school. I was never bullied after that. But I know people who were bullied in high school, or college, or in adulthood. But it always lasted for a period of time, and then ended.

  1. Bullies are usually afraid, yes, but some are just sadistic. Let’s say this out loud and stop defending bullies’ actions. Some people are just mean. Trust me when I say these people won’t win at the game of life. Sometimes I look up people who bullied me when I was a kid. Should I lie and say it doesn’t gladden me when I see how their lives have turned out? I won’t. *wink*

  1. Being bullied makes you a better person. Because you were bullied, you will be more understanding. Your heart will grow. You will care about others. You will have been there, and so you will hurt when others do.

  1. Some of the most successful, most brilliant people were bullied. See my first point. We all go through it at some point, but the most talented and intelligent usually get it more than others, because bullies smell that this person has potential, and they’re envious.

  1. The more you are bullied, the harder you should work. Get better grades. Work even harder on the field. Love yourself deeper. This is my motto in life. Are you paying attention? Here it is: Win…in the end.

  1. Talk to someone. Out loud. Do it. Right now. Right after you read this. And I want you to picture me holding your hand when you do. Now get up. Find someone who is kind. And tell them. *hugs you*


Find out where Victoria will be next!
Link to the Tour Schedule!

Giveaway Details... WIN! Signed paperback of The Collector, a signed paperback of Titans, and a signed galley of Hear the Wolves.

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