Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Blog Tour + Top 10 List + Giveaway - Destroyed by Krys Fenner

Find the tour schedule here.

Destroyed by Krys Fenner
(Dark Road #1)
Publication date: October 17th 2014
Genres: Psychological Thriller, Young Adult


Bella has lived a rather boring life, but that all quickly changes. A new position in school forces her to take charge. A new boyfriend (her first), Jeremiah, hands her a confidence she has never known before. A new role in her church’s Fall Production makes her a leader. But that all gets destroyed when an attack by her father’s enemy turns her into the center of attention. Bella believes things couldn’t get worse, but they do. Can she survive the road of destruction and emerge stronger? Or has all that she gained been destroyed forever?


(Destroyed is on sale through 5/15/15 and a portion of the proceeds is be donated to Women's Center of Jacksonville.)

Top Ten List:

Ten Tips For Becoming a Better Writer

1.     Forget the phrase "Write what you know," but don't just write what you think you know. You can learn a lot by increasing your knowledge and then writing.
2.     You only become an expert by reading, research and keeping at it regularly.
3.     Be prepared at ALL times (writing utensils, notepads, phone, voice recorder, etc.). Ideas will come to you at the most inopportune times.
4.     If you do nothing else, it is imperative you have 5 books accessible whenever you sit down to write: Chicago Manual of Style, Dictionary, Thesaurus, The Elements of Style by William Strunk & E.B. White, & On Writing by Stephen King.
5.     Don’t imitate other authors, but let them inspire you. Write until you find your own style and your own voice.
6.     Find someplace quiet, lock yourself inside and write a little every day. This means no phones and no television. Just remember to breathe throughout the project.
7.     Don't be afraid to color outside of the lines. Many authors wrote outside of their comfort levels and they're great because of it.
8.     Join a writer's guild and make use of the critique groups.
9.     Take reading breaks in between projects.
10.  Never skimp on having a MS edited by a professional editor. Even if your mother is an English teacher, she's still your mother and probably bias.


At the age of 16, Krys Fenner fell in love with Psychology and Creative Writing. At that time she wrote her first short story dealing with sexual abuse and forgiveness. Psychological issues in her family filled her with the desire to help others using her own experiences. So in 2004, she earned an Associate of Arts in Psychology. And while her sister is the one with dreams of becoming a Psychologist, Krys Fenner returned to Creative Writing. She is currently working on a Bachelor of Arts and plans to continue on to a Masters degree, where she can major in her first love (Creative Writing)  and minor in her second (Psychology).

Author Links:

Tour-wide giveaway

Open to US/CAN