Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Fight or Flight blog tour/guest post

Fight or Flight blog tour 

Be smart.
Keep your head down.
And look out for number one.

These are the rules Jay has lived by for the past two years. The rules of surviving life on the streets. But when Em comes bursting into his life, in all of her disastrous glory, the rules go right out the window.

Flee what’s been left behind 
And never look back.

Em’s plan was simple. Though, it was easier said than done. The city streets are dangerous and unforgiving to a new arrival. Especially, a seventeen year old girl who’s never known anything but life in the suburbs. Sometimes, however, what’s lurking behind those white picket fences can be more frightening than any dark alley.

Both of them made the same decision when life got overwhelming—to run from their demons. Brought together by fate or circumstance, Em and Jay find the kind of love neither of them ever expected. But when those demons come back to haunt them and their love is on the line, which instincts will they choose to follow this time . . .
Fight or Flight? 
*Warning: This story includes mature language and themes, and is intended for mature audiences.

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Jamie Canosa is a full time author of YA literature, which she absolutely loves. When she’s not writing or spending time with her family, she can usually be found with her nose in a book. She currently resides in Upstate NY with her husband, and their three crazy kids . . . plus the dog, the bird, and the rabbit.

Her debut novel, Dissidence, was published in 2012 along with several novellas, including the first in her Heart and Soul series, ‘Temptation’.

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From Jamie:

Guest posts are difficult to do. Especially, several in a row. In all honesty, I’m not that interesting of a person. I just don’t have that much to say about myself. So, out of desperation, I turned to my 7-year-old son for inspiration. I asked him things about me that people may want to know. He came up with quite an impressive list of favorites, most of which he filled in himself with surprising accuracy.

My favorite color, according to my son, is brown. He’s right. When it comes to clothing or things like that I do love brown, but I’m not sure brown qualifies as a favorite color, so beyond that I really like purple and red.
My favorite animal is a gorilla. Also, correct. He knows this from our last trip to the Bronx Zoo, where they practically had to drag me out of the gorilla house to go and look at something else.
My favorite weather is hot and sunny. Ding-ding-ding. So don’t ask me why I live in upstate NY—land of rain, snow, and gray skies.
Favorite activity? Reading, duh. But that one was easy.
Apparently, my favorite thing to say is “Shhh.” If you’re my son I guess this makes sense.
According to him, my favorite book is Ring Wars. A fantasy novel I’ve been working on on-and-off for a few years now. He may be a little partial to that one, though, since I did name the main character after him. Someday, maybe I’ll even get to share it with all of you.
My favorite Pokemon is Squirtle. Okay, then. I’ll take his word for it.
My favorite sport is baseball. Can you guess what sport my son plays?
My favorite sports team? The Yankees. Well, hello, my favorite sport is baseball and I’m from NY.
And, according to my son my favorite food is apples. They’re yummy and all and I’m thrilled he thinks I’m so healthy, but I’ll take a shrimp or a taco over an apple any day of the week. Just don’t tell him that.
So, there you have it. Everything you—or a 7-year-old—could possibly want to know about me in a nutshell.

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