Blog Tour ~ Waypoint by Deborah Adams, Kimberley Perkins ~ Excerpt + Giveaway

Blog Tour ~ Waypoint by Deborah Adams, Kimberley Perkins ~ Excerpt + Giveaway

Morning all,

Welcome to the Blog Tour for Waypoint by Deborah Adams and Kimberley Perkins! What will you do when the lights go out?

For today’s post I got all the information on this book + the authors, I got an exciting excerpt, and then there is a giveaway that could win you an awesome gift basket.

Shall we get started?

How far will they go to restore the power?

It’s been lights-out for three months and society is already falling into chaos.

Teenage tech-genius Simon Harper and his team of fellow gamers have been searching for the cause of the outage since it went down. Simon and his twin brother West are often at odds, but when the key to restoring power drops into their hands, they’ll risk everything and join forces to bring it back.

Descend into an epic, young adult adventure, featuring family and friendship with a heart-skipping side of romance by debut authors Deborah Adams and Kimberley Perkins.

Mysterious deaths and disappearances are piling up, and unknown enemies are everywhere. As the brothers make their 500-mile journey to Waypoint they’ll have to decide who they can trust, and which secrets can be told.

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About the authors:

DEBORAH ADAMS and KIMBERLEY PERKINS are friends and coworkers. They share a love of coffee, literature, and teenagers saving the world. By day, they work for a defense contractor in Huntsville, Alabama as the HR Director and an Excel-wielding Analyst, respectively. By night, they build worlds with words and devour stories. For more information about Deborah Adams and Kimberley Perkins and their foray into writing, check them out on social media.

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Excerpt time.

He could barely hear the river now.

Simon’s lungs were on fire as he threw himself forward—running faster, pushing harder. They were behind him. They were shouting at him to stop. His feet hit the ground, the night so dark around him that he didn’t know what he was stepping on.

He knew he was struggling. His arms stung from the low tree limbs that had smacked him as he flew past the scenery in a blur. His knee hurt from his fall at the farm. And now he couldn’t breathe.

Shots rang out, spurring him to speeds he hadn’t known were possible. He ducked his head, trying to maintain a low center of gravity. He could almost hear Collins in his ear: Keep your head out of the line of sight unless you want to be eight pounds lighter.

Earlier that morning he had laughed at that quip, and now he was hurtling through the woods trying to live by it.

He couldn’t think. He could only run, because staying ahead of them was taking everything he had.

He’d never run so hard in his life, and right now he was just hoping he would see morning.

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Light from the first rays of the sun made the woods glow. He was walking now, taking little steps to get him further from the team that surely had him in their sights.

Had he lost them?

Was he safe?

Was West safe?

Was West dead?

Each slow step accompanied a new question.

Delirium was setting in—the kind that came from over a day without sleep. He wished he hadn’t let his mother wake him up so early the day before. Had he known he was going to be up well into the next morning after fleeing from gunmen for hours, he would have protested harder.

She wouldn’t have listened, but he would have at least tried.

Everything felt so hazy.

He thought that maybe he had outrun them. That had to be why he had gotten away, right? Or they had gotten to West…maybe the fact that he was seemingly alone was a bad thing because it meant twice as many were after his brother.


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