Tour Sign-Ups: Now & When by Sara Bennett Wealer

/ Jun 5, 2020

Hello FFBC team!!  We are announcing a new tour we're hosting for Now & When that is being released July 14, 2020.


The tour will run from July 6th to 10th and there will be available the following types of posts:
  • Review (Limited spots)
  • Favorite Quotes (Blogger's Choice)
  • Playlist (Blogger's Choice)
  • Interviews (Blogger comes up with 5-7 questions)
  • Guest Posts (Blogger comes up with AT LEAST 3 topics for author to choose from)
  • Creative Option (Blogger makes a post-- could be a mood board, dreamcast, or anything dealing with the theme of the book)
  • Promotional Post

Reviewers will receive a digital copy of the book via Netgalley.


IMPORTANT NOTE: Signing up for the tour does not guarantee you will be selected. We will reach out to all hosts that have been chosen once the sign-ups have closed and the tour schedule has been published.






Now & When

by Sara Bennett Wealer
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Release Date: July 14, 2020
Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Romance
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Synopsis: 

There's something about Truman Alexander that Skyler Finch finds incredibly annoying. Actually, several things: his voice (grating), his arrogance (total know-it-all), his debate-team obsession (eyeroll), and his preppy vibe (does he iron his shorts?). She does her best to avoid him and focus on the important stuff: friends, school, and her boyfriend, Eli. His promposal was perfect--just like he is--and the future is looking bright. Or is it?

For some unexplainable reason, Skylar's phone is sending her notifications from the future . . . a future in which, to her horror, she appears to be with Truman. As in, romantically. As in, Skyler cannot let that happen.

But trying to change the future means messing up the present, and what Skyler sees keeps shifting. Classmates disappear and reappear, swap partners and futures. Turns out there are no actions without reactions, and life doesn't come with a road map. But sometimes the wandering leads you exactly where you need to be, and people--like glitchy phones--are full of surprises.







I grew up in Manhattan, Kansas ("The Little Apple"), where I sang with the show choir and wrote for my high school newspaper. I majored in voice at the University of Kansas before deciding I had no business trying to make a living as an opera singing. I now make my living as an author, producer and copywriter. I'm represented by Holly Root at Root Literary.

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