Thursday, January 31, 2019

We Told Six Lies by Victoria Scott ~ GIVEAWAY

Hello, friends! I am so excited to be participating in the prompt tour for Victoria Scott's WE TOLD SIX LIES! The last week of January is devoted to Molly--and her's and your untruths.

So we ask:


For me, I have to think about this. I don't lie much for a couple of reasons: 
1. I am a terrible liar. Like, the literal worst. I stumble over my words and my face gets red and it's more embarrassing than effective.
2. I always feel so bad when I lie. Even when it's about things that don't matter, it sticks in my head and rots.

That said, nobody's perfect. Everyone lies sometimes. When the teacher asks, "Did you read the chapter we're covering today?" The answer is not going to be no. 

I'm not sure how to answer about my WORST lie, because all the worst lies I've ever tried to tell have never been believed. But I think my biggest lie is a good review for a book that I did not like but pretended to like because peer pressure. Actually, there are a couple of books I've done that for in the past. I haven't done this in years (I mean, I gave a JLA book 2 stars last year, y'all, you KNOW I'm not lying now) but in my earlier days I was more self conscious, especially when it came to books surrounded by hype.

I won't tell you what those couple of books were, though. I think I'll let you wonder ;)

Now, read on to learn more about the book, author, and GIVEAWAY!

We Told Six Lies by Victoria Scott

**Releases February 5th!**

We Told Six LiesRemember how many lies we told, Molly? It’s enough to make my head spin. You were wild when I met you, and I was mad for you. But then something happened. And now you’re gone.

But don’t worry. I’ll find you. I just need to sift through the story of us to get to where you might be. I’ve got places to look, and a list of names.

The police have a list of names, too. See now? There’s another lie. There is only one person they’re really looking at, Molly.

And that’s yours truly.

Victoria Scott is the acclaimed author of eight books for young adults. Her novels are sold in fourteen different countries, and she loves receiving fan mail from across the world. Victoria loves high fashion, big cities, and pink cotton candy. You can find her online at

Now, for the giveaway! All you have to do to enter is answer the prompt question:

What is the worst lie you ever told?

Answer in the comment below and you could win 1 of 2 signed copies of We Told Six Lies!

- US only
- comment below with your lie--it can be white or red hot, up to you!--and you're entered!
- please leave a way to contact you in the comment (email or Twitter)


While we wait for We Told Six Lies on 2/5, Victoria's Violet Grenade is currently available (and one of my favorite books of all time), so check that out below!

Violet GrenadeHer name is Domino Ray.

But the voice inside her head has a different name.

When the mysterious Ms. Karina finds Domino in an alleyway, she offers her a position at her girls’ home in secluded West Texas. With no alternatives and an agenda of her own, Domino accepts. It isn’t long before she is fighting her way up the ranks to gain the woman’s approval…and falling for Cain, the mysterious boy living in the basement.

But the home has horrible secrets. So do the girls living there. So does Cain.

Escaping is harder than Domino expects, though, because Ms. Karina doesn’t like to lose inventory. But then, she doesn’t know about the danger living inside Domino’s mind.

She doesn’t know about Wilson.


  1. The worst lie I ever told was to my neighbor when I claimed I didn't do something and my friend got in trouble instead.

  2. I don't lie very often but I had a neighbor who was always borrowing stuff so one time I lied and told her I didn't have the item.

  3. I met a guy who used a nickname and he wouldn't tell me his real name.I asked around and found it out. When I saw him the next time, I called him by his real name and he was shocked and wanted to know how I knew. I told him I was a psychic dreamer and I dreamed it. He believed me. However, I married him and now he still thinks I should know things lol

  4. When I was in second grade I took a tiny box of Chiclets off my teacher's desk. She stopped the entire class and asked us all one by one if we'd done it. I was too embarrassed to confess but I always felt bad about it and never did anything like that again.

  5. I was 17 and told my mother I'd spent the night at my friends house when we were actually in jail for being underage at a bar. Got off with a warning. I finally fessed up some years later.

  6. One of the biggest lies that I have ever told was when I was five or six years old. I went into my dad's garage and nabbed a can of red spray paint. Then I proceeded to spray paint my first name over the side of my mother's car. In HUGE letters. My parents asked me about it and I told them that my brother did it. He was a few years younger than me and couldn't even write yet. Needless to say, my lie wasn't very smooth. =P

  7. Not into lying. However, I have "encouraged" some people to act differently (the school teacher in me)

  8. I lied about throwing a rock and breaking a window. I blamed the neighbor boy and it caused enmity between my parents and the neighbors for years.

  9. I lied about being sick so I wouldnt have to go to a birthday party!

  10. I lied about having a doctor appointment to avoid working late!

  11. the only thing I could think of is that I said I was busy in order to get out of something

  12. I had liver disease for a year before I told my mom. It was a lie of omission, I guess. Didn't want her to worry (or ask me a thousand questions.)

  13. I lied about being sick to call off work to go to theme park with friends.

  14. I don't lie often, but I have put off telling people about health problems.

  15. My lies are more of omission. I am not good on sharing.

  16. none
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  17. I've lied about being sick to get out of working. But I generally try to never lie.

  18. I lie about "not feeling well" every so often to get out of plans.

  19. I lied about something that I was supposed to be doing but did not. And not only once.