May 22, 2012

Cover Reveal - Audition & Subtraction by Amy Feller Dominy (+Giveaway)

Audition & Subtraction by Amy Feller Dominy
September 18th, 2012 by Walker & Company

For as long as Tatum can remember it’s been: 


Tatum + Lori = Best friends

They do everything together, including a yearly clarinet/flute duet for District Honor Band auditions. But when a new boy transfers to their middle school and their band, the equation suddenly changes to:

Lori + Michael – Tatum = One happy couple

With her best friend slipping away and her parents recently separated, Tatum’s life has turned upside down. Plus her good friend Aaron thinks that they are secretly boyfriend and girlfriend, all because of one little lie Tatum told. Accepting change isn’t easy for Tatum, but just how much is she willing to give up to hold on to her friendship with Lori and life as she knows it? For Tatum, the best way to move forward may require a whole new formula . . .


Yay! I am huge fan of the Classof2k11 and of Amy! She is so darn sweet and totally hilarious.  OyMG (2011) was her debut - totally still time to pick it up - and I'm happy there is another book coming! There are so many awesome middle grade books out and I've really been enjoying them. I just know Audition & Subtraction (get the pun?) will be great too!

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11 comments:

  1. I played the euphonium, which is very similar to the baritone. Most people don't know what that is, yay!

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  2. I was a percussionist back in high school. Band was a huge part of my life.

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  3. cordelia...
    didn't play but liked the drums best!

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  4. I played the flute for 7 years. 5 in the marching band and all of them very badly!

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  5. I played the clarinet in grade school for awhile.

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  6. I played the violin for 8 years. When I went to college I put it back in its case forever. Not really. But several years later when I wanted to take it back up again, I found out that my mother had sold it along with my older brother's viola and my younger brother's clarinet, for a good violin for my younger sister! Our friendship was over!

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  7. Ooh, this is going on my TBR list. I love novels about music and other performing arts. I played piano and violin until I graduated from high school. (commenting as Justine)

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  8. In middle school I play the clarinet and was in the choir.

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  9. i played piano for 6 years but then i quit because i got tired of it. i still regret it because of course now i remember nothing!

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  10. I've never been very good at playing music but I do love listening to it :-)

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