Tuesday, November 07, 2017

Introducing Out of Tune (Paperback Edition) by Gail Nall

I love when I get to introduce a book I've already read! In this case, it's the paperback release of a book that combines country music with traveling the country in an RV. What could be more fun? Scroll down to read all about Gail Nall's brand new paperback and buy your copy.


A country music hopeful puts her Nashville dreams on hold when she moves into an RV to travel across the country with her family in this charming M!X novel from the author of Breaking the Ice.

When twelve-year-old Maya’s parents sell their house and move the family into the world’s ugliest RV to travel the country, Maya’s only goal is to get back home—and fast. No way is she going to miss the chance to audition for Dueling Duets, the singing competition show that’s going to surely propel her—and her cowboy-hatted crush—to country stardom.

Operation Maya Goes Home, or OMGH, turns out to be more complicated than she had expected, so Maya sets out on a secret one-day, one-hundred-mile bike ride through Yellowstone National Park with her know-it-all little sister, a cute nature boy, and blue-haired, earbud-addicted Shiver (a.k.a. the most annoying girl ever). Somewhere between the worst muscle ache she’s ever experienced and losing half of their group to a flat tire, Maya starts wondering if maybe, just maybe, it’s possible to find home in the last place you expected.

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Gail Nall lives in Louisville, Kentucky with her family and more cats than necessary. She once drove a Zamboni, has camped in the snow in June, and almost got trampled in Paris. Gail is the author of the middle grade novels OUT OF TUNE, BREAKING THE ICE, YOU'RE INVITED and YOU'RE INVITED TOO (co-authored by Jen Malone), and BEST. NIGHT. EVER. (co-authored), all available from Aladdin/S&S. She's also the author of the young adult novel, EXIT STAGE LEFT, available from Epic Reads Impulse/Harper. Blog contributor at Kidliterati. SCBWI PAL member. Represented by Brent Taylor of TriadaUS. Visit Gail at www.gailnall.com.

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  1. Biking across Yellowstone? Now that sounds a little crazy.
    Congratulations, Gail!

  2. Love the cover! And the book sounds wonderful too.

  3. I think a lot of teens or even adults would be able to relate to this story. Finding home to an unfamiliar place. That sounds like my story for the past years that I've been moving around.

  4. What a fun story, and they learn something too. Congratulations to Gail.

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  6. Kudos Gail on what looks like a great book, and quite an adventure! By the way you live in the same state as my son! Hugs...RO