on July 3rd 2017
Enigma (Schrodinger’s Consortium #2) by Tonya Kuper
Publication Date: July 3, 2017
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Worst. Road Trip. Ever.
Escaping with Reid Wentworth should have been fun, but how can I enjoy it when I just (accidentally) killed someone, my mom and brother are in danger, and the Consortium is trying to enslave humanity? (Yeah, they aren’t fooling around.) So feeling something for Reid Wentworth was not part of the plan. Trying to help unite the Resistance against the Consortium means I can’t be distracted by hot boys.
The Resistance secret hideout isn’t exactly the rebel base of my dreams. A traitor there wants me dead, but we have no idea who it is. And with both the Resistance and the Consortium trying to control me, the only one I can trust is Reid. If we’re going to have any chance of protecting my family, controlling my unstable powers, and surviving the clash between the Oculi factions, I’m going to have to catch this traitor. By using myself as bait.
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Tonya Kuper is the author of ANOMALY, the first in the Schrodinger’s Consortium Series, a young adult science fiction trilogy, released November 4, 2014 by Entangled Teen. She fell for Young Adult lit while earning her Masters degree in Reading Education. She’s a mom to two awesome boys, an alt music junkie, a Star Wars nerd, and in love with Sherlock.
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. What are your methods for overcoming writer’s block?
I’ve had writer’s block several times and I have a few tricks that help me get past it. Sometimes I go for a drive and crank tunes. (Mind you, I live in Omaha, so there really isn’t much of a public transit system. We drive everywhere.) Mindless driving in a familiar area with some kind of music that gets my emotions going is a great way for to let my brain be free. It’s when I’m in the right head-space, of not trying to think, that a solution presents itself in the middle of my carefree drive. Another trick? I take a shower. Yep, another mindless activity. Orrrrrr, I put on headphones and exercise (or walk). Are you starting to see a trend? It took me a while but I’ve figured out that I need to relax and not try so hard when I’m stuck. For me, it seems relaxation brings realization, on many levels.
Thank you so much!! xo Tonya