The Fall #YASH has Begun!
Welcome fellow book nerds! I'm again thrilled to be a part of the YA Scavenger Hunt. This season I'm #TeamGreen.
If this is your first time to play, here are the rules:
Somewhere in my post, you'll see a special number in GREEN. Add it to your score sheet because once you've collected all the numbers from tthe green team, you'll add them together. That sum will be your code. Once you have the code, go here to fill out the entry form for the grand prize.
Meet Sara Fujimura, the author of Tanabata Wish.
Phoenix-native Skyler Doucet’s plans with her
BFF are ruined when her mom and Japanese
stepfather move the entire family to Nagoya,
Japan for the summer before her senior year.
But when David Takamatsu, a biracial Japanese-American boy, invades Skyler’s space (and her heart), this fish out of water in Japan starts to wonder if it’s the pond back home that might be too small.
About Sara: She began her writing career as a journalist, so it’s no surprise that even her fiction has a lot of fact woven into it. Whether you are a Japanophile, a foodie, or just like to go behind-the-scenes of your books, here are three things to help bring TANABATA WISH to life. First up, Sara is one of those authors who creates a playlist to go with each of her projects. It helps her reconnect to her story quickly every time her butt hits the chair. Here are the Top 5 songs that Sara listened to a bazillion times while creating TANABATA WISH. Did you know that Sam Tsui is biracial like David Takamatsu? Kina Grannis is even half-Japanese, like David, too.
Sara's Bonus Content is waiting for you here:
Want to win a bonus prize? Enter Sara’s Rafflecopter giveaway here: http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/3c8ab98c1/
One lucky winner will not only receive an autographed copy of TANABATA WISH,
but they will also receive bonus goodies from Japan. Sara is including in her bonus prize pack: A copy of TANABATA WISH, daruma-themed socks, chopsticks, and a cell phone charm for maximum good luck, and some sakura-themed mini post-it notes. Good luck!
Speaking of giveaways. I have a few of my own.
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