Blog Tour for Something Happened To Ali Greenleaf by Haley Krischer (promo and giveaway)


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Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Something Happened To Ali Greenleaf by Hayley Krischer.  This tour is being hosted by TBR and Beyond Tours.


Something Happened to Ali Greenleaf by Haley Krischer

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

Publishing Date: October 6, 2020


Something Happened to Ali Greenleaf book cover


Content Warning: Intense scenes depicting sexual assault and drug abuse, Reference to an eating disorder, Mental illness, Trauma, PTSD, Bullying, Victim blaming.

Ali Greenleaf and Blythe Jensen couldn’t be more different. Ali is sweet, bitingly funny, and just a little naive. Blythe is beautiful, terrifying, and the most popular girl in school. They’ve never even talked to each other, until a party when Ali decides she’ll finally make her move on Sean Nessel, her longtime crush, and the soccer team’s superstar. But Sean pushes Ali farther than she wants to go. When she resists–he rapes her.


Blythe sees Ali when she runs from the party, everyone sees her. And Blythe knows something happened with Sean, she knows how he treats girls. Even so, she’s his best friend, his confidant. When he begs her to help him, she can’t resist.


So Blythe befriends Ali in her attempt to make things right with Sean, bringing Ali into a circle of ruthless popular girls, and sharing her own dark secrets. Despite the betrayal at the heart of their relationship, they see each other, in a way no one ever has before.


In her searing, empowering debut novel, Hayley Krischer tells the story of what happened that night, and how it shaped Ali and Blythe forever. Both girls are survivors in their own ways, and while their experiences are different, and their friendship might not be built to last, it’s one that helps each of them find a way forward on their own terms.


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Hayley Krischer has been an award-winning journalist for over 20+ years. She is a contributing writer for the New York Times, where she has covered feminist roller skaters, Instagram obsessed moms, profiled Gabrielle Union, Tatum O’Neal, and S.E. Hinton. She has also written for many publications about women and teenage girls including Marie Claire, The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, Lenny Letter, and the Hairpin. Her YA debut, SOMETHING HAPPENED TO ALI GREENLEAF will be released in fall 2020 from Razorbill. Hayley received her MFA in creative writing from Lesley University. Her first newspaper job was as an editorial assistant at the Boston Globe. She reads tarot cards.


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Finished copy of Something Happened to Ali Greenleaf. The giveaway ends on October 13th.




Follow The Tour:




October 6th
TBR and Beyond – Welcome Post
Justice For Readers – Review, & Top 5 Reasons to Read Something Happened to Ali Greenleaf
The Story Addict – Review

October 7th
Reading On A Star – Interview
Unconventional Quirky Bibliophile – Review & Favourite Quotes
Young at Heart Reader – Review, & Top 5 Reasons to Read Something Happened to Ali Greenleaf

October 8th
The Fangirling Editor – Review, Playlist, Favorite Quotes, Top 5 Reasons to Read Something Happened to Ali Greenleaf
Fangirl Pixie Blog – Promotional Post
The Book Dutchesses – Review

October 9th
Confessions of a YA Reader – Promotional Post
Amberinoface – Review
Rajiv’s Reviews – Review
Lavish Literature – Review

October 10th
The Baroness of Books – Review & Playlist
The Writer’s Alley – Review & Top 5 Reasons to Read Something Happened to Ali Greenleaf
Stocked Up on Starbooks – Promotional Post

October 11th
Stuck in the Stacks – Review & Interview
The Tattooed Librarian – Review, Favorite Quotes & Top 5 Reasons to Read Something Happened to Ali Greenleaf
Mad’s Books – Review & Favourite Quotes

October 12th
Lost Girl In Bookland – Review
The Fine Art of Reading – Review
Balancing Books and Beauties – Review & Favourite Quotes




October 6th
TBR and Beyond (Blogger’s choice)
Justice For Readers (Blogger’s choice)
The Story Addict (Blogger’s choice)
The Fine Art of Reading (Blogger’s choice)

October 7th
Reading On A Star (Blogger’s choice)
Unconventional Quirky Bibliophile (blogger’s choice)
Young at Heart Reader (Blogger’s choice)
Currently Reading With Coffee (Review & Favourite Quotes)

October 8th
The Fangirling Editor (Blogger’s choice)
Fangirl Pixie Blog (Blogger’s choice)
The Book Dutchesses (blogger’s choice)

October 9th
Rajiv’s Reviews (Blogger’s choice)
Lavish Literature (Blogger’s choice)
Ry’s Reading Corner (Review & Top 5 Reasons to Read Something Happened to Ali Greenleaf)

October 10th
The Writer’s Alley (Blogger’s choice)
Adrianna.reads (Review & Favourite Quotes)

October 11th
Stuck in the Stacks (Blogger’s choice)
The Tattooed Librarian (Blogger’s choice)
Blonde and Bookish (Review)

October 12th
Lost Girl In Bookland (Blogger’s choice)
Balancing Books and Beauties (Blogger’s choice)






Author: confessionsofayareader

My name is Kristi and I review books and mod on TBR and Beyond on Facebook. I love to travel and go to concerts. I've been married for over 20 years. I listen to a lot of pop punk. Otherwise, I'm pretty boring. We do have four grandchildren now and try to see them monthly since they don't live close. I read mostly YA and adult mystery/thrillers. I also read a lot of middle grade and some adult romance. You can also find me on facebook, twitter, and instagram (don't post often).

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