Blog Tour: Awa and The DreamRealm

A few months back, I stumbled upon this post about Rachelsrandomresources on twitter I think. I was already into blog tours by then and this sounded promising. I immediately signed up for it as book blogger. I love how this platform is dedicated to promoting new/indie books and authors as well as book bloggers.

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Let’s move on to promo tour of this book.

Awa and the Dreamrealm: Dreamweavers Book 1


What if dreams are more real than waking life?

Life is already complicated enough for Awa Bryant when she starts having weird dreams – waking dreams – and strange coincidences start appearing in her real life.
She meets dreamcharmer, Veila, a quirky glowing creature who helps to guide Awa through the mysterious Dreamrealm.

At first the Dreamrealm is a glorious escape from Awa’s daily struggles but something is not right… Soon Awa discovers she has a bigger quest, and everything she cares about is at stake. Will she be brave enough to face her fears and save her friends?

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Why I Recommend this Book?

I have actually started reading this book and have only been able to complete 2 chapters as yet because of my busy work schedule these days. Anyhow, up till now I am really liking the book cause of this whole dream realm concept. Such concepts intrigue me so much and the fact that this book is middle grade was a plus point. I love reading middle grade books so much and I am sure those of you who enjoy reading this genre or want to explore some unique stories, ya’ll should definitely check out this book.

Look out for my book review post, which should be coming out soon hopefully.

About the Author:

Isa Pearl Ritchie is a Wellington-based writer. She grew up in the Waikato as a Pākehā child in a bicultural family and Māori was her first written language. She has completed a PhD on food sovereignty in Aotearoa. She is passionate about food, wellbeing and social justice.

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Want to Win a Free Kindle Copy?

Go to this link to enter for this international giveaway of Awa and the DreamRealm.

Music Suggestion for this Book:

So, I heard this song a while back and when I started reading this book I suddenly remembered this song. It’s really soft and even the lyrics are relateable.

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