Crossroads 2015

This Halloween, meet us at THE CROSSROADS…

We’re back with more great authors and titles you’ll DIE to read! And this year we’re featuring both young adult and middle grade paranormal / horror / thriller tales. Check back in a few weeks for more info on the 2015 tour which will take place October 26-30, 2015.



From small to big-gun presses, debut novels to bestsellers, we’re offering unprecedented (and free!) access to amazing YA authors. This October, thirteen paranormal writers will embark on an exciting blog tour that will hook readers up with great reads and cool SWAG. This year we have the most EVER on our author roster. Here they are in no particular order – not even freaking alphabetical:


Jennzah, Reader Girls Blog, For What It’s Worth Reviews, Little Library Muse, Karen Lee Hallam, Jessica Bayliss, Judith Graves



In a round robin format, each day of The Crossroads Blog Tour our participating bloggers will feature two Crossroads authors. There will be daily swag draws on our Facebook page, in addition to…

A Grand Prize Giveaway of a $50 Amazon gift card which will be drawn using the Rafflecopter entry system and is open TO EVERYONE!


a Rafflecopter giveaway

Follow the tour on Twitter@TheCrossroadsBT

And Facebook:

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69 thoughts on “Crossroads 2015

  1. My favourite thing about Halloween is seeing all of the kids dressed up! The imagination, and creativity of some of them, is really quite amazing!!!

  2. My favorite thing about Halloween used to be getting candy. lol Now it’s the fact that this is the first holiday after the horrible heat of summer goes away and stays away for awhile. 😀

  3. My favorite thing about Halloween is dressing up as a sexy cop and banging some handsome guy against the toilet wall after a party.

  4. my favourite thing is doing baking with the kids and making our treats to give away like popcorn toffee apples and helping the kids use their imaginations to pick a costume and give it a go making our own and having fun

  5. I love seeing what costume ideas my kids come up with .. They are adults who still like to dress up for parties. We have had some really wild costumes from them.

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