Bookstagram Tour Schedule: Refraction by Naomi Hughes

/ Oct 23, 2019


by Naomi Hughes
Publisher: Page Street Kids
Release Date: November 5th 2019
Genre: Young Adult, Science Fiction
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After an attack on earth, all reflective surfaces become weapons to release monsters, causing a planet-wide ban on mirrors. Despite the danger, the demand rises, and 17-year-old Marty Callahan becomes a distributor in an illegal mirror trade―until he’s caught by the mayor's son, whose slate is far from clean. Both of them are exiled for their crimes to one of the many abandoned cities overrun by fog. But they soon realize their thoughts influence their surroundings and their deepest fears begin to manifest.

With fast pacing and riveting characters, this is a book that you’ll finish in one sitting.

Hey! I’m Naomi Hughes, writer of quirky young adult fiction (usually involving physics and/or unicorns). I live in the Midwest US, a region I love even though it tries to murder me with tornadoes every spring. When not writing, my hobbies include reading (of course), traveling, and geeking out over Marvel superheroes and certain time-traveling Doctors. My debut YA sci-fi standalone novel, Afterimage, is available now from Page Street Publishing. My next novel, Refraction (also a standalone YA sci-fi), comes out in Nov 2019. I also offer freelance critique services at

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Happy Wednesday, beautiful bookish people! Are you guys ready for Christmas? I still feel like it's September...! It is freezing out there, which means it's the perfect season to stay at home, be cosy and read a good book. Today, I have with me a novel that was released last week and that we have been featuring on @theffbc: #Refraction by Naomi Hughes. . . #QOTD: What would be 1 ordinary thing you would hate not being able to do? . If I didn't have a mirror... The make-up. How am I suppose to do that? Wait. What about dancing while getting ready? Oh God... . This story is a bit different from all the other stories I usually pick. For once, there's no romance in the story, but a character with OCD in a post-apocalyptic future where mirrors are banned. Weird right? No romance? Me reading it? But hold up because the fact that the author grabbed a disability and set it on a non-realistic scenario, it must've been really difficult. I like how raw and "realistic" the portrayal of the main character is and I found myself caring and connection with Marty and his situation. Definitely worth reading! Now for the good stuff. Thanks to @pagestreetkids we have the opportunity to give away 1 copy of REFRACTION by Naomi Hughes (US Only). . ENTRIES FOR THE GIVEAWAY: ▪︎Follow @theffbc & @whatmakespatri ▪︎Follow the author @naomihughesya ▪︎Follow the publishing house @pagestreetkids ▪︎Comment: Answer to our QOTD . . EXTRA ENTRIES FOR THE GIVEAWAY: ▪︎Tag a friend (each friend will be an extra entry). ▪︎Share on your stories about the giveaway (remember to tag me @whatmakespatri and @theffbc) ▪︎Follow @michellesulk & @artsyreadergirl ▪︎Follow any other FFBC team member participating in the tour (let us know on the comment section who did you follow). Check everyone's Instagram handles below: @inkymoments @moonlight_rendezvous @lifewthnthepages @boutabookblog @ya.its.lit @onemused @booking_belle @bookarlo @l.m.durand @thereadingcornerforall @foalsfictionandfiligree @fictitiouswonderland @onereadingnurse @whispersandwonder @taylorfennerwrites GIVEAWAY IS OPEN TO ALL US RESIDENTS ONLY. ENDS ON NOVEMBER 20th 2019. Winner will be announced on @theffbc.
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