Hello and thank you for your interest in being a part of the virtual book tour for Cydney Daemon’s Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy novel, Chaos! We’re so excited to hold a 7-day virtual tour, consisting of 7-15 stops, and would love for you to be a part of it.
For this tour, we’re looking for 7+ bloggers, bookstagrammers, TikTokers, or YouTubers to show some love for Chaos through reviews, guest features, spotlights, interviews with the author, or any other creative posts. The tour will run from October 10th – October 16th and hosts will be given complimentary eBooks. This tour is open internationally.
Please note that filling out the following form will not guarantee you a place on the tour schedule, as the spots are limited. However, we want you to know how much we appreciate your interest and hope you’ll consider joining us as we roll out the “read” carpet and celebrate amazing SFF.
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Chaos by Cydney Daemon
Published: September 1, 2022
Genre: Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy
Intended Age Group: Upper YA/Adult
Publisher: Self Published
All things are not as they seem . . .
After nearly everyone with special abilities abandoned the world, Hallenwood is one of the few cities to remain standing.
Kade Reed has been doing his best to survive the city and raise his younger siblings. When Kade is murdered, four students must decide whether to let the world burn or to fight to keep hope alive. Elsey Hallen is an angry loner who has to deal with more scars than most. Henry Adamson is an addict trying desperately to keep his monsters buried. Charlotte Marion is a determined athlete tired of living in a world running on fear and despair. Wesley Reed is just trying to raise his younger sister and build a future for himself while mourning the loss of his brother.
As they come together, they start to recognize there may be more to all the darkness and desperation haunting the city. Uncovering secrets involving evil cults and the ancient mythology behind their special abilities, they find themselves faced with an enemy hellbent on their destruction.
We are the Weirdos • Teenagers Scare the Living Shit Out of Me • Eat the Rich
Shown on Page (things clearly told to the reader):
- Suicidal ideation
- Gratuitous violence
- Child abuse (physical, mental, and emotional directed toward a teenager, shown for a moment in one scene)
- Drug and alcohol abuse (frequently, not glamorized, shows the realities and the ugly sides of it)
- Domestic violence (not shown, but overheard)
- Bullying (relates to above mention of ableism and sizeism)
Alluded to (things only mentioned in passing or hinted at):
- Rape (including incest) & sexual assault (Nothing is shown. It is heavily implied and alluded to, but absolutely nothing is shown. It also deals with addressing what people often wrongly assume are “gray areas” like statuatory rape, but again it is not shown, and nothing is glorified or romanticized.)
- Suicidal ideation
- Suicide attempts (both accidental and purposeful)
- Homophobia/Panphobia (It’s implied that a character makes jokes and inappropriate remarks, and the character is called out for it. It’s also directly mentioned and heavily implied that another character is extremely homophobic/panphobic but no slurs are ever used, and it’s made clear that this is wrong and not okay and causes harm.)
- Child abuse (physical, mental, emotional, and sexual heavily implied. The sexual abuse is not shown and never will be shown.)
- Possible torture
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