#BLOGTOUR | Ellipis – Kristy McGinnis @klmcginnis @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #Ellipsis #amreading #bookblogger #giveaway

We have a very exciting week ahead for Kristy McGinnis and her novel, Ellipis! Both a blog tour AND a bookstagram tour are kicking off today! Read on for more info!


Ellipsis
Publication Date: February 5th, 2021
Genre: Women’s Fiction/ Literary Fiction
Publisher: Glassy Lake Publishing

The future looks promising and it’s supposed to come easily.

Smart, determined and beautiful; college student and art model Nell seemed to be the girl who had it all. When she finds herself engaged in a passionate relationship with one of the art students, the future seems only brighter.

Unplanned pregnancy will change everything though, and she has to find a way to build a very different life than she envisioned. For thirteen years she and her son Charlie are a unit and her world is complete. That world will stop spinning though, when there’s a shooting at Charlie’s school. As she reaches out via text in desperation, only the words and the animated ellipsis on the phone screen offer a buffer between life and death. Can she save the person on the other end of the messages in time, and in the process can she save herself too?

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Review:

Ellipis by Kristy McGinnis is not my typical genre but that cover and the synopsis called me to read this. I’m glad I did because I absolutely loved it! When I sat down to read this, I thought I’d read a few chapters, but I ended up reading the entire book in one sitting.

Kristy McGinnis writes with a poetic, captivating style that just drew me in. I went through all the emotions with this book. It is an absolute page turner, rich with intriguing characters and symbolism.

Nell is a strong women who was compelling to follow. Her struggles are heartbreaking and her strength, inspiring. I really enjoyed her.

Ellipis is a poignant story that kept me invested. I didn’t have to think very long when deciding what rating to give this book. 5 stars. Highly recommended.

Thank you to R&R Book Tours for allowing me to participate in this blog tour. I recieved a free copy of this book to review honestly. All opinions are my own and unbiased.

Rating:

5/5☆


Excerpt

Once, on a family trip to Tucson, I witnessed a blooming cereus cactus. The fragile snow-white flower bloomed just one night a year, stretching greedily for sun’s rays it would never feel. I can’t help but wonder now, did it know about its short-lived fate, or did it preen with clueless vanity under the haughty glow of moonlight?


Kristy spent her childhood as a Navy “brat” and her adult years first as a service member and then as a Coast Guard wife. A lifelong wanderer and now emptynester, she’s set permanent anchor in Virginia Beach, Virginia with her husband and that most rascally of rascals- her cat Percy. When not plucking away at her keyboard or eagerly devouring every book she can get her hands on; she enjoys theater, beach combing, hiking, wine tasting, and obsessively planning the next journey.

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GIVEAWAY

Signed copy of book (International)

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Mini Tour Schedule

May 3rd

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May 4th

Michelle Meng’s Book Blog – Review
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Breakeven Books – Spotlight

May 5th

Rambling Mads – Spotlight

May 6th

The Faerie Review – Review
Kam’s Place – Review

May 7th

Jessica Belmont – Review
Bonnie Reads & Writes – Review
Sophril Reads – Spotlight

Bookstagram Tour Schedule

May 3rd

@shannon_rrbooktours – Kick Off Story
@eamons – Review
@amysbooknook8 – Review

May 4th

@addictedtobooks86 – Review
@jypsylynn – Review

May 5th

@fle_d – Feature
@better_0ff_read – Review
@phantomofthelibrary1995 – Review
@thrilledtoreadya – Review

May 6th

@bookdragonsnotworms – Review
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May 7th

@book_ish_laura – Review
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