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Tenderfoot #PlayList and #BlogTour w/ #giveaway by Author Abby Drinen @abby_drinen

(Enova #1)
Genre: YA Sci-fi
Release Date: June 25th 2016

Playlist for THE STORY

“The Kids Aren’t Alright” The Offspring
“Flashed Junk Mind” Milky Chance
“Come with Me Now” KONGOS
“Mountain Sound” Of Monsters & Men
“Fire and Fury” Skillet
“Jealous Kind” Jars of Clay
“Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked” Cage the Elephant
“Super Massive Black Hole” Muse
“How to Save a Life” The Fray
“Waves” Mr. Probz
“Breathe into Me” Red
“Unbreakable” Fireflight
“Hold Back the River” James Bay
“Hero” Skillet
“Last Resort” Papa Roach
“Wake Me Up” Avicii
“Animal” Neon Trees
“Fire and the Flood” Vance Joy

Playlists for THE CHARACTERS


“Cut” Plumb
“Prayer In C” Robin Schultz & Lilly
“Sorry” Meg Myers
“Bring Me To Life” Evanescence
“Wildest Dreams” Taylor Swift


“Monster” Skillet
“Til It’s Gone” Yelawolf
“2 Heads” Coleman Hell
“When I’m Gone,” 3 Doors Down
“Spirits” The Strumbrellas


“Mess of Me” Switchfoot
“Kryptonite” 3 Doors Down
“Am I Wrong” Nico & Vinz
“Story of My Life” One Direction
“Butterfly” Crazy Life


“San Francisco” Mowglis
“Magnets” Lorde
“Ex’s & Oh’s” Elle King
“U +Ur Hand” P!nk
“Ship to Wreck” Florence + The Machine

Summary from Goodreads:

“No lights, no sound. But my skin knows this isn’t home. Why aren’t I afraid?”

Orphaned teenagers, Linnea, Sammy, Logan, and Daisy, have never met until they’re drawn into the fabric between worlds, crossing over from Earth to a place called Enova. Leaving behind lives filled with pain and loss they find hope in this new place. Adopted by caring, Enovan families they begin to settle in, but an assassination attempt on their lives changes everything. These four strangers must now band together and unravel the mysteries behind their purpose in Enova if they want to survive.

About the Author
I call Northern California home and share my hearth with my husband, three kids, and a red Rottweiler named Paco. I like to write about real characters in unreal worlds. The question I ask myself when I sit down at the keyboard is: how can I make this next scene a whole lot of fun to read?
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