The Starriest Summer Quiz

Now that The Cycle of the Six Moons: The Starriest Summer has been out for a while, I think it’s time to mention that I made a fun little Goodreads quiz.  There are twenty questions, and range from easy on-the-surface questions (“How does Gediyon style his hair?”) to somewhat more comprehension-based questions (“Why does Jayse go by a nickname?”)

Check out the quiz here 😀

The Starriest Summer Reading at The Avid Reader

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The event was a lot of fun!  Thanks so much to everyone who showed up 😀 It means a lot to me!

I brought tea and cookies to the event.  Many audience members refused the offer, but I forced it on them!  Ha!  Aha ha ha!  Ha!

I read Chapter Two from the beginning until Madam Manasa disappears from the boat.  I was a little nervous, so I read it faster than usual, taking up twelve minutes instead of the previously timed eighteen minutes.  I put on voices and accents, which some people told me afterward they quite enjoyed.  They said they could tell what people were speaking just from my voice change, so that’s awesome! 😀

The Q&A session was fun, too 🙂 We discussed my video game inspirations, how I wrote the characters, and then some more in-depth stuff about the YA genre and romance.  There were some great questions.

The bookstore sold out of my books from the event!  That’s cool, buuut then there was also another woman who wanted to buy a copy but they didn’t have any more >_< I need to bring more.

It was a lot of fun, and I can’t wait to do it again for book two 😉

In another news, I’ve added another page dedicated to the voice-acted book promotions!  I wanted to make them easier to find.

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Click the picture and it’ll take you directly to the page 😀 Or here’s the URL for the page. https://adelleyeung.com/books/teasers/

Video Review of The Starriest Summer

My friend Julien made a VIDEO REVIEW!  How awesome is that? 😀

He gives an honest reaction about only picking up the book because a friend of his wrote it, Michelle’s personality, and the relationships between the characters, which I had actually discussed with him, so it’s super cool that he brought it up.

Check it out!