Living at Langster Motel Book Tour 

Hey Hoppers!  Here’s the details for the next tour!  Below is the tour schedule and information to post about the book. Please let me know if you have any questions or if you can’t post on your assigned date. Please also post to IG, or alternatively, to your blog or Twitter. If you do a post by blog, please make mention of it via IG stories and make your blog linked somewhere in connection with your IG.  You can post by IG feed post or IG story post, but if you do post by story you will need to make at least 3 posts about the book in order to heighten visibility and please make sure to tag me (@indie_blog_hop and/or popthebutterfly) so I see it. If you post by Twitter, please make sure to make at least 3 posts with at least some of the synopsis of the book, the cover, and the author and myself (@popthebutterfly) tagged in the original post. If you post on Facebook or any other site besides Instagram or Twitter please respond to this email with the link so I can verify the post. Remember, if you are doing this tour in exchange for your own book’s tour, failure to post for this tour/communicate with me could result in your tour not going through.
Tour Schedule:
December 13 – Paige @popthebutterflyDecember 14 – JP
Living at Langster Motel is a contemporary, coming-of-age middle grade novel about friendship and community.

The only thing worse than living in a motel is having the kids at school find out.

Thirteen-year-old Cali Jarvis isn’t exactly homeless, but the motel room she and her family live in isn’t exactly a normal home either. Cali lives at Langster Motel, a place filled with families who have no other place to call home. Cali’s best friend Rivka also lives there. Motel living is no vacation for anyone, but for Cali and Rivka, it’s the pits.

After reluctantly babysitting kids at the motel all summer, and trying to avoid the parents who recruit them for the unpaid job, Cali is optimistic that things will get better once they start school and make new friends. She convinces Rivka that their ticket to a more exciting life is to become popular at their new school, and the fastest path to popularity is to get in good with the most popular girls at school. The trick is to do it without anyone finding out where they live.

Living at Langster Motel is available on Amazon and other online sites.Amazon Link: Sites Links:

About the Author:

Cindy Sabulis writes both fiction and nonfiction. Living at Langster Motel is her debut middle-grade novel. Four of her previously published books were reference guides for doll collectors and she was a contributor to more than 25 collectible price guide books. In addition to her collectible reference books and her middle grade novel, Cindy is the author of “The Garage Sale How-To Guide,” a book that offers practical advice on holding a successful yard or garage sale.

Cindy’s website is at You can follow news about Living at Langster Motel on her Facebook page or on Twitter  @cindysabulis

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