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Today’s the day The Clouded Sky, the second book in the Earth & Sky trilogy, ventures out into the world. Which means it’s time to celebrate!


Available in stores and online at:
Amazon ~ Chapters/Indigo ~ B&N ~ Indiebound ~ BookDepository (international)

Talk with me!

All day you can post questions or share your thoughts by commenting on this blog post, on the Facebook event page, or by tweeting with hashtag #CloudedSky. Remember, if you’re asking or talking about a key event from this book or Earth & Sky, please mark your comment with a SPOILER note so others who haven’t read yet can skip over it.

Win books!

Comment and win! I will randomly select one person who comments on this post to win your choice of The Clouded Sky or Earth & Sky in your preferred format (Canadian hardcover edition, US paperback edition, ebook, or audiobook).

Tweet and win! I will also randomly select one person who tweets about the book with #CloudedSky to win your choice of The Clouded Sky or Earth & Sky in your preferred format.

Follow the Facebook event page and win! I will be posting questions on the FB wall throughout the day which you can answer to win books, so check back regularly!

All giveaways are open to readers around the world.

Additional launch activities (today only!)

Request a signed bookplate and bookmark to put in your copy of The Clouded Sky over at the signing table.

Join the launch party live chat from 8:30-9:30pm EST, during which I’ll be giving out a few more prizes. Link to be posted here shortly beforehand!

Get inside the book!

Take a peek inside the book by reading the first chapter here or this excerpt from further in here.

Hear the music that helped inspire the story by listening to the unofficial soundtrack (scroll down past Earth & Sky‘s).

Enjoy the festivities!

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Newsletter updated

I thought I’d give my blog readers a heads up that I’ve updated the format and content of my newsletter. What’s different?

-All of my book news is now consolidated to one mailing list, so subscribers will hear about any new books as well as all important developments regarding my current ones.
-I’ll be sharing recs of books, movies, music, and other fun stuff.
-With each newsletter (every 1-2 months), I’ll pick a subscriber by random number to win their choice of any of my books — winner will be announced within the newsletter.
-Each newsletter will also include a coupon code for one or more of my books.

And as always, newsletter subscribers will get extra entries in most of my regular giveaways!

Sound good? If you’re not already signed up, you can add yourself to the list with the form below:

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Spring 2015 YA Scavenger Hunt!

Welcome to the 10th YA Scavenger Hunt!

I’m Megan Crewe, author of YA fantasy, paranormal, and science fiction novels including the Earth & Sky trilogy, the Fallen World trilogy, and Give Up the Ghost, and I’m your host for this stop in the tour.

This bi-annual event was first organized by author Colleen Houck as a way to give readers a chance to gain access to exclusive bonus material from their favorite authors…and a chance to win some awesome prizes! At this hunt, you not only get access to exclusive content from each author, you also get a clue for the hunt. Add up the clues, and you can enter for our prize–one lucky winner will receive one signed book from each author on the hunt in my team! But play fast: this contest (and all the exclusive bonus material) will only be online for 72 hours!

There are EIGHT contests going on simultaneously, and you can enter one or all! I am a part of the GREEN TEAM–but there is also a red team, a gold team, an orange team, a blue team, a teal team, a purple team, and a pink team for a chance to win a whole different set of signed books!

If you’d like to find out more about the hunt, see links to all the authors participating, and see the full list of prizes up for grabs, go to the YA Scavenger Hunt page.

SCAVENGER HUNT PUZZLE

Directions: Somewhere on this page, I’ve listed my favorite number (hint: the number is highlighted in green). Collect the favorite numbers of all the authors on the green team, and then add them up (don’t worry, you can use a calculator!).

Entry Form: Once you’ve added up all the numbers, make sure you fill out the form here to officially qualify for the grand prize. Only entries that have the correct number will qualify.

Rules: Open internationally, anyone below the age of 18 should have a parent or guardian’s permission to enter. To be eligible for the grand prize, you must submit the completed entry form by April 5th, at noon Pacific Time. Entries sent without the correct number or without contact information will not be considered.

The author I’m pleased to be hosting for the YA Scavenger Hunt today is… Melissa Grey!

Melissa Grey was born and raised in New York City. She wrote her first short story at the age of twelve and hasn’t stopped writing since. After earning a degree in studio art at Yale University, she taught English in Japan, pursued a Masters in art history at University College London, then returned to New York where she currently works as a freelance journalist. Her first novel, THE GIRL AT MIDNIGHT, will be published by Random House on April 28, 2015. To learn more about Melissa, visit melissa-grey.com and follow @meligrey on Twitter.

And this is her book, The Girl at Midnight — such a gorgeous cover!

Beneath the streets of New York City live the Avicen, an ancient race of people with feathers for hair and magic running through their veins. Echo is a runaway pickpocket who survives by selling stolen treasures on the black market, and the Avicen are the only family she’s ever known. When a centuries-old war crests on the borders of her home, she decides it’s time to act. Legend has it that there is a way to end the conflict once and for all: find the firebird, a mythical entity believed to possess power the likes of which the world has never seen. It will be no easy task, but if life as a thief has taught Echo anything, it’s how to hunt down what she wants.

Sounds exciting, doesn’t it? You can preorder the book here!

Here’s the exclusive bonus material! It’s a short piece that takes place ten years before the start of the book, when the main character Echo decides to run away from home and live in the New York Public Library’s flagship branch:

There’s a word in Latin that literally means “go with me.” Vade mecum. It refers to that one book you can’t live without. That one book that “goes with you.” For a young Echo, that book was From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler. She carried her dingy, dog-eared copy with her everywhere. When she ran away from home at the age of seven, it acted as her roadmap. She found enough change in her couch cushions to get her to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where Claudia and Jamie Kincaid had found refuge. Unfortunately, the world had changed quite a bit since the 1960’s. Echo found that the Met, with its security guards and all-seeing cameras, wasn’t nearly as receptive to overnight guests as E.L. Konigsburg would have had her believe. Dejected, she walked nearly two miles down Fifth Avenue, stopping only when the cramps in her feet became too much to bear. And that was when she saw it. A beautiful old building guarded by two majestic stone lions. The New York Public Library, grand and opulent and full of the most important things in Echo’s world: books. Even as she ascended the steps leading to the front doors, Echo knew that her vade mecum hadn’t led her astray. It had led her home.

I love this, especially because I’m a huge fan of From the Mixed-Up Files — I must have read it a dozen times before I was 8 years old.

CONTINUE THE HUNT

To keep going on your quest for the hunt, you need to check out the next author, Skylar Dorset!

Tweet the Hunt!

But before you go, I’m offering a bonus giveaway right here!

Three lucky winners will receive a copy (in whatever format you prefer) of The Clouded Sky or (if you prefer) the first book in the trilogy, Earth & Sky, plus swag! Use the Rafflecopter form below to enter.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Happy Hunting!

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YA Scavenger Hunt is coming!

Heard about the YA Scavenger Hunt? If not, check out the info here.

I’m going to be participating in the spring Hunt this year with The Clouded Sky, on Team Green, with these fabulous books!

The Hunt will start April 2nd, and there’ll be a sneak peak inside The Clouded Sky for you to find — along with, of course, tons of awesome books up for grabs in the giveaway. I’ll be sharing another author’s exclusive material here, and hosting a smaller giveaway of my own. So may sure you drop by. It’s going to be a blast!

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Earth & Sky on sale + giveaway extended!

I just got some exciting news: the Earth & Sky ebook is on sale from now until March 29th, for only $1.99! It’s the perfect time to grab it if you haven’t already.

And to make this even sweeter for you, I’ve decided to extend my Reviewer Appreciation Giveaway for the full length of the deal.

As you can see, it’s very easy! ;) 1. Buy Earth & Sky here for $1.99 any time during the deal. 2. Review it on Amazon and/or GoodReads, you can enter to win these awesome prizes:

One person will win a gift card of the same dollar value as the number of entries–so, if we get 50 entries, you get a $50 giftcard–for the bookstore of your choice*, as well as an early signed copy of The Clouded Sky**!

As a bonus, if we get 100+ entries, I’ll add an additional prize for another winner: your choice of either signed paperbacks of Earth & Sky and The Clouded Sky, or a $25 bookstore gift card.

If we get 250+ entries, I’ll add another additional prize for another winner: your choice of a set of all my books, signed (that’s six books altogether!), or a $50 bookstore gift card.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

(Open worldwide. Note that you are not obligated to buy the book in order to review it — ARCs and library borrows are just fine! — nor are you obligated to review the book if you buy it during the sale.)

*Bookstore must offer online gift cards.
**I will send it as soon as I get my first batch of author copies, which should be in April.

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The Clouded Sky cover reveal + giveaway!

The Clouded Sky, the sequel to Earth & Sky, will be out in just three months (eeee!), and I am so happy to be able to share the cover with you today! It coordinates so well with the first, and if you find yourself thinking the color scheme is rather ominous… Well, let’s just say it reflects the contents of the book quite well. *evil grin*

Skylar never imagined that she’d end up helping a boy from another planet search through Earth’s history for a way to end his people’s secret control over her world.  But now that she’s been drawn into Win’s group of rebels, she can’t walk away until their mission is completed.

Whisked to the immense space station that Win and the rest of the Kemyates call home, Skylar discovers that even the rebels don’t see her as an equal. Determined to prove herself amid her homesickness in the alien environment, she throws herself into the work to free Earth. Her keen attention to detail and skill with numbers start to earn her colleagues’ respect, but that doesn’t make her position any less precarious.  As the Enforcers escalate their attempts to capture the rebels, it becomes clear that someone within the resistance is leaking information to the enemy. And Skylar may be in the best position to uncover the traitor.

With each step toward the truth, Skylar is pulled deeper into the lives around her and the full horrors of her planet’s imprisonment. To see her mission through, she must risk her life, her heart, and the future she’s worked so hard to preserve.

Are you excited yet? I’m excited. :D And to celebrate, I’m offering a very straight-forward giveaway:

Comment on this post letting me know what you think of the cover and/or book description, and you’ll be entered to win one of my books (title and format, your choice; you can pick The Clouded Sky with the understanding I won’t be able to get it to you until the release date). Share the cover somewhere and let me know where, and you’ll get an additional entry. That’s all there is to it! Open worldwide.

(If you’d like to share using my social media links, you can retweet this on Twitter, share this on Facebook, and/or reblog this on Tumblr.)

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Earth & Sky Readers Live Chat

The live chat is starting at 8pm EST!

Chat now over–thanks to those who came!

I’m signed in but in the midst of doing other things–will be there to actively chat at 8! :)

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Those Who Lived is out in the world!

It’s book birthday time for Those Who Lived, my collection of Fallen World stories!

A collection of stories giving a new voice to three characters from Megan Crewe’s Fallen World trilogy, and a glimpse of life beyond The Worlds We Make.

“Carry the Earth” – When Kaelyn’s news about the vaccine stirs up unrest at the artists’ colony, Tessa struggles to protect the sanctuary she’s carefully constructed.

“Trial by Fire” – Drew tackles a new assignment that not only puts him at odds with his most vicious colleague and his life on the line, but may also determine the entire future of the Wardens.

“Water Song” – After he convinces a boy to leave his sick mother, Leo commits to helping the now hostile kid settle into life with the surviving islanders while confronting his own self-doubts.

The ebook and paperback are available here. For details on ordering a signed paperback, see here.

And for those who missed the initial announcement, you can find out more details about the collection here.

I’d love to hear what you Fallen World fans think of the stories, so if you read them, feel free to share your comments!

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Signed copies of Those Who Lived

For those who were interested in getting a signed copy of Those Who Lived, my Fallen World short story collection, I now have my first batch of finished copies and shipping costs confirmed!

(Listed prices include the cost of the book + the cost of shipping)

I can send within Canada for $12.

I can send to the US for $18.

I can send internationally for $21 (surface mail, may take several weeks) or $28 (letter mail, should get just about anywhere within a week).

I should be able to offer a lower price per book to the US and internationally if you want more than one or order with a local friend, since the shipping is the main cost, so feel free to ask about that.

If you expect to see me at a Toronto meet-up or one of my appearances, ask me to bring a copy for you and it’ll only cost you $8.

Unfortunately the paperback version is not yet available on Amazon.ca, but honestly, with the exchange rate it could end up costing you around $12 on there anyway, so if you’re in Canada and want the paperback, signed or not, it may be easiest just to order from me. If you’d rather buy it from an official source, I expect it’ll be up there in the next month or two!

To request a signed copy and make payment arrangements (I can take Paypal or check), please e-mail me.

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Earth & Sky Live Chat – December 3rd!

Hey Earth & Sky readers! I’m scheduling a live chat on Wednesday December 3rd from 8-9pm EST (may go later if there’s enough interest). As with the launch party, I’ll be posting a link to the chat room here on my blog and on the Facebook event page (where you can RSVP if you so desire) shortly before the chat starts.

I’ll be happy to answer any and all questions about Earth & Sky. I’m also open to sharing some info about what’s to come in books 2 and 3. And you can chat with fellow readers as well, of course!

Since this chat is specifically for discussing the book, the conversation may contain spoilers for Earth & Sky. So if you’d like to join in but having finished reading yet, you’ve got a week and a half to get on it! :)


Available in stores and online at:
Amazon ~ Chapters/Indigo ~ B&N ~ Powells ~ BookDepository (international)

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Attention, Fallen World fans — new book!

I have been sitting on this news for a while (and slowly sharing bits and pieces with the Fallen World mailing list :) ), and I’m so excited to finally share it with all of you!

When The Worlds We Make first came out, I couldn’t help reading some of the reviews (I’m always curious to see how readers respond). I noticed several people commenting that they wished they’d gotten more after the ending–about what had happened to certain characters’ whose fates we hadn’t seen, about what would happen next to others. I knew that Kaelyn’s story had ended in what felt like the right place to me, so I wasn’t tempted to write more of her journey, but the thought started to niggle at me: What about the rest of the characters? What tales would they have to tell? An idea sparked, and then another, and I found myself jotting down notes for three stories from the perspectives of Tessa, Drew, and Leo. And then I found myself writing those stories. And liking them.

And now I can share them with whomever wants to read them!

On December 2nd, as my early Christmas present to Fallen World trilogy fans, I’ll be releasing Those Who Lived, containing Tessa, Drew, and Leo’s stories, in both ebook and paperback format.

A collection of stories giving a new voice to three characters from Megan Crewe’s Fallen World trilogy, and a glimpse of life beyond The Worlds We Make.

“Carry the Earth” – When Kaelyn’s news about the vaccine stirs up unrest at the artists’ colony, Tessa struggles to protect the sanctuary she’s carefully constructed.

“Trial by Fire” – Drew tackles a new assignment that not only puts him at odds with his most vicious colleague and his life on the line, but may also determine the entire future of the Wardens.

“Water Song” – After he convinces a boy to leave his sick mother, Leo commits to helping the now hostile kid settle into life with the surviving islanders while confronting his own self-doubts.

The ebook is already available for preorder here. For the first three months it will be exclusive to Amazon, which means it should be available through the Kindle Lending Library and Kindle Unlimited programs from the release date as well. If you wish for a different ebook format, let me know so I can keep that in mind for after those three months.

The paperback should be available for preorder shortly via the same Amazon listing, as well as other Createspace channels.

Other information of interest:

1. When I say “short stories,” what I really mean is “shorter than a novel.” There’s a reason I don’t usually do short. :P Tessa’s story clocks in at about 40 pages in standard manuscript format and Drew and Leo’s at around 70 each. So this collection is only about a third shorter than the novels in the trilogy.

2. The books come not only with the stories, but also a full-page illustration of each character, done by my longtime friend Ludi Price, who I have been wanting to work with on a published book since she did some illustrations for an online story I wrote waaaay back in 2000. The pictures have turned out so well–I can’t wait for you to see them!

3. I have two paperback proofs of the book that I can offer to reviewers. These were early “drafts” of the paperback in that I was working out some of the formatting and cover options–the story text is exactly the same as the finished version, but they have a few formatting errors, the cover isn’t exactly the same, and they don’t include the illustrations. If you’d like one of those proofs in exchange for an honest review, please let me know, along with a link to your blog or Amazon/Goodreads reviewer account. The one essential criterion is that you’ve already read and reviewed the three books in the trilogy.

4. If you would like a signed and personalized copy of the final paperback, I can provide that for at a slightly higher cost than buying direct through Amazon. I’ll need to check the exact mailing costs once I have the finished copies, but based on my current estimates, to cover the cost of the books themselves (at my author discount + the shipping to me) and the shipping to you, I am guessing I’d need to ask for $11 in Canada, $15 to the US, and (if you’re really eager) $25 internationally. Comment here or email me if you think you’d be interested in that, which’ll help me decide how many copies to order in.

5. In case that isn’t obvious, because these stories are all set after the trilogy, they contain spoilers for all the major events through The Worlds We Make. If you haven’t finished the trilogy yet, I highly recommend that you do before reading these. But if you don’t mind being spoiled (or possibly confused–I don’t recap past events in a lot of detail since these weren’t intended to stand alone), feel free to dive in anyway!

Just two weeks until launch! So looking forward to hearing what you think. :)

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Earth & Sky live chat!

During the launch party live chat, several readers asked if I could set up another chat for us to talk about Earth & Sky after they’d had the chance to read it. That sounded like a lot of fun to me, so it is happening!

You’ll be able to discuss the book with me and other readers, and also to find out some inside info on the rest of the trilogy. :)

First, though, I need to determine which date the most people can make it to. So if you’d like to join in, please let me know on which of the following days you’d likely be available between 7pm and 9pm EST:


On what day could you participate in a live chat?

 
pollcode.com free polls

I’ll announce the date and definite time next week!

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Earth & Sky quote graphic #7

Time for another Earth & Sky quote graphic! If you’d like to share, you can grab the image below…

…or share/reblog/retweet/etc. via these links:

Twitter
Facebook
Tumblr

Enjoy!

Previous quotes:
Graphic #1
Graphic #2
Graphic #3
Graphic #4
Graphic #5
Graphic #6

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International blog tour!

The Canadian blog tour for Earth & Sky has wrapped up, and now it’s time for the international version! Over the next two weeks, you’ll be able to find interviews, guest posts, and/or reviews at the following blogs:

Nov 4 – Book Hounds YA (interview and review)
Nov 5 – Books and Bark (guest post)
Nov 6 – Curling Up With A Good Book (guest post)
Nov 7 – A Life Bound By Books
Nov 10 – Fic Fare
Nov 11 – Katie’s Book Blog
Nov 12 – A Dream Within A Dream
Nov 13 – The Book Smugglers
Nov 14 – Wondrous Reads

And to go with this blog tour, I’m holding one last big international giveaway for the fall! My third and final Kindle Paperwhite with custom case (and Earth & Sky ebook) is up for grabs, along with nine paperback copies of the novel. You can find the Rafflecopter entry form at each stop. And note that you can enter by commenting once per day, which means you can get extra entries if you follow the tour and comment all the stops. :)

Happy reading!

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Announcing the Aliens and Apocalypse tour!

I’ve been sitting on this news for a while and am excited to be able to share it! I’m going on tour around southern Ontario with three awesome YA science fiction authors: R.J. Anderson, Maureen McGowan, and Eve Silver. At each stop we’ll be holding a discussion about our stories and YA science fiction, answering reader questions, signing our books, and giving out swag.

Feel free to share our tour poster to spread the news:

And you can RSVP on the Facebook event pages:
Chapters London – Nov 8, 2pm
Chapters Barrie – Nov 9, 2pm
Chapters Brampton – Nov 22, 2pm
The Bookshelf (Guelph) – Dec 7, 2pm

I hope those of you who can’t come see me this Sunday at my Toronto launch will be able to drop on somewhere along the tour! :)

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Earth & Sky quote graphic #6

Another Thursday, another Earth & Sky quote graphic! If you’d like to share, you can grab the image below…

…or share/reblog/retweet/etc. via these links:

Twitter
Facebook
Tumblr

Enjoy!

Previous quotes:
Graphic #1
Graphic #2
Graphic #3
Graphic #4
Graphic #5

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Question of the week: Special powers

Answer in as much or as little detail as you like:

If you had a special ability most people don’t have, what would you want it to be?

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The Earth & Sky online launch party begins!

Earth & Sky is finally out in the world, and I’m eager to celebrate! So let’s get this party started. :)


Available in stores and online at:
Amazon ~ Chapters/Indigo ~ B&N ~ Powells ~ BookDepository (international)

-All day you can post questions or share your thoughts by commenting on this blog post, on the Facebook event page, or by tweeting them to @megancrewe. Remember, if you’ve already read the book and are asking or talking about an event from the story, please mark your comment with a SPOILER note so others who haven’t read yet can skip over it.

-I will also be posting a few questions here and on the FB wall which you can answer to win swag or books, so check back regularly!

-Watch my reading from Earth & Sky:

-Request a signed bookplate and bookmark to put in your copy of Earth & Sky over at the signing table.

-Join the launch party live chat from 8-9pm EST, during which I’ll be giving out a couple more prizes. Link and password to be posted here shortly beforehand!

-Enter to win the launch party prize pack, including a Kindle and three books of your choice. See the Rafflecopter form below–and note that there are now three new options that you can take advantage of to earn extra entries: commenting on this post, commenting on the FB event page wall, and posting a review on Amazon.com (for those who’ve read the book)!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

(books not shown in prize photo}

All giveaways and the bookplates are open to readers all around the world.

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The Earth & Sky online launch party begins!

**Launch room chat now open here: http://us23.chatzy.com/37580947535228 No password required because that option is acting up for me, so we’ll have to keep our fingers crossed that no random spammers drop in. (If that happens, please come back here and I will have further instructions.)

You’re welcome to ask anything you’d like about my books, writing, reading, whatever. :) And I’ll be giving away books during the chat.

Earth & Sky is finally out in the world, and I’m eager to celebrate! So let’s get this party started. :)


Available in stores and online at:
Amazon ~ Chapters/Indigo ~ B&N ~ Powells ~ BookDepository (international)

-All day you can post questions or share your thoughts by commenting on this blog post, on the Facebook event page, or by tweeting them to @megancrewe. Remember, if you’ve already read the book and are asking or talking about an event from the story, please mark your comment with a SPOILER note so others who haven’t read yet can skip over it.

-I will also be posting a few questions here and on the FB wall which you can answer to win swag or books, so check back regularly!

-Watch my reading from Earth & Sky:

-Request a signed bookplate and bookmark to put in your copy of Earth & Sky over at the signing table.

-Join the launch party live chat from 8-9pm EST, during which I’ll be giving out a couple more prizes. Link and password to be posted here shortly beforehand!

-Enter to win the launch party prize pack, including a Kindle and three books of your choice. See the Rafflecopter form below–and note that there are now three new options that you can take advantage of to earn extra entries: commenting on this post, commenting on the FB event page wall, and posting a review on Amazon.com (for those who’ve read the book)!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

(books not shown in prize photo}

All giveaways and the bookplates are open to readers all around the world.

Originally published at another world, not quite ours - Megan Crewe's blog. You can comment here or there.

The Earth & Sky online launch party begins!

Earth & Sky is finally out in the world, and I’m eager to celebrate! So let’s get this party started. :)


Available in stores and online at:
Amazon ~ Chapters/Indigo ~ B&N ~ Powells ~ BookDepository (international)

-All day you can post questions or share your thoughts by commenting on this blog post, on the Facebook event page, or by tweeting them to @megancrewe. Remember, if you’ve already read the book and are asking or talking about an event from the story, please mark your comment with a SPOILER note so others who haven’t read yet can skip over it.

-I will also be posting a few questions here and on the FB wall which you can answer to win swag or books, so check back regularly!

-Watch my reading from Earth & Sky:

-Request a signed bookplate and bookmark to put in your copy of Earth & Sky over at the signing table.

-Join the launch party live chat from 8-9pm EST, during which I’ll be giving out a couple more prizes. Link and password to be posted here shortly beforehand!

-Enter to win the launch party prize pack, including a Kindle and three books of your choice. See the Rafflecopter form below–and note that there are now three new options that you can take advantage of to earn extra entries: commenting on this post, commenting on the FB event page wall, and posting a review on Amazon.com (for those who’ve read the book)!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

(books not shown in prize photo}

All giveaways and the bookplates are open to readers all around the world.

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My Books


Earth & Sky
(Earth & Sky #1, science fiction YA)
Skyscape/Penguin Canada, 2014


The Way We Fall
(Fallen World #1, apocalyptic YA)
Disney-Hyperion, 2012


The Lives We Lost
(Fallen World #2, apocalyptic YA)
Disney-Hyperion, 2013


The Worlds We Make
(Fallen World #3, apocalyptic YA)
Disney-Hyperion, 2014


Those Who Lived: Fallen World Stories
(Fallen World #3.5, apocalyptic YA)
self pubbed, 2014


Give Up the Ghost
(paranormal YA)
Henry Holt, 2009

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