Blog Tour, Giveaway & Guest Post: Infinity by Jus Accardo

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Blog Tour, Giveaway & Guest Post: Infinity
by Jus Accardo

We are thrilled to talk about the newly released Infinity by Jus Accardo! On today’s blog tour stop we will have all the book information, an excerpt, a special guest post from Jus Accardo, as well as a tour-wide giveaway! Hope you check out this newly released sci-fi from Entangled Teen!


infinityInfinity (The Infinity Division #1) by Jus Accardo

Category: Young Adult, Sci-fi
Publication: November 1st, 2016; Entangled Teen
Purchase: Amazon, B&N, iBooks, Kobo

There are three things Kori knows for sure about her life:

One: Her army general dad is insanely overprotective.

Two: The guy he sent to watch her, Cade, is way too good-looking.

Three: Everything she knew was a lie.

Now there are three things Kori never knew about her life:

One: There’s a device that allows her to jump dimensions.

Two: Cade’s got a lethal secret.

Three: Someone wants her dead.



“Is that something people lie about around here?” His blue jeans were worn, pulled over battered black combat boots. The sole of the left one was peeling away from the shoe. Did he think he could slack because Dad wasn’t here? That no one would see him and report back? Even if they had permission to be in civies, there were strict standards. While off duty, a soldier had to maintain a neat, well-groomed appearance. This was more an outfit worthy of a high school rebel, which, honestly, this guy didn’t look much older than.

The one in the back pushed him aside and came forward. Black hair fell just below his ears and had a slight wave to it. It was fuller than normally allowed, not even close to regulation. On some of our previous bases, hair standards weren’t strictly enforced. But at Hannity, they were sticklers. High and tight. Those were the rules.

Like the other guy, he had on a leather jacket with black fatigue pants tucked into slightly worn combat boots. Unlike the first, though, this one had seen some trouble in his day. There was a thin scar on the left side of his face. It went from just above his eyebrow, down across his eye and to the tip of his chin.

My pulse spiked a little as his gaze raked over me. Down and up, then up and down, lips parting slightly. I didn’t go for greenies, but this one sent the butterflies in my stomach tripping crazy. It was the scar. It added character to his angular face, suggesting that maybe there was more than meets the eye. Or possibly it was the way he was looking at me. With a spark of hunger and something close to wonder in his expression. I’d never had anyone look at me that way. Like I was something mythical and rare. A creature that shouldn’t exist. I twisted, shifting so that the door obscured just a little more of me from his view.

He hesitated, focus still trained on me, and for a moment I thought he might poke me to be sure I was real. Clearing his throat, he finally said, “I’m Private First Class Cade Granger, and this is…” He paused to glance over his shoulder. “Recruit Noah Emeal.”

“A private and a fuzzy Really?” I wasn’t sure if I should be pleased or insulted. I mean, why bother sending supervision at all if you were going to scrape the bottom of the barrel?

“I promise you’ll be safe with us, Miss Anderson.”

Miss Anderson. Huh. Maybe there wasn’t more to this guy. He sounded just like the rest of them. Formal and uptight. “That right? So you’re here to save me from myself?” Because, really, that was the problem, right? I couldn’t be trusted to keep myself out of trouble.

“I’m not sure I understand.” He tilted his head to the left, confused, but didn’t take his eyes off me. In fact, if anything, his gaze grew more intense. It was like he and I were the only ones in the room. In the world…

“I’d really appreciate it if you could stop staring.” I snapped. “I can’t tell if you’re mentally trying to strip me, or contemplating which way to cook my skin for Sunday dinner. Either way, it’s creeping me the hell out.”


Author Bio: Jus Accardo


JUS ACCARDO spent her childhood reading and learning to cook. Determined to follow in her grandfather’s footsteps as a chef, she applied and was accepted to the Culinary Institute of America. But at the last minute, she realized her true path lay with fiction, not food.

Jus is the bestselling author of the popular Denazen series from Entangled publishing, as well as the Darker Agency series, and the New Adult series, The Eternal Balance. A native New Yorker, she lives in the middle of nowhere with her husband, three dogs, and sometimes guard bear, Oswald.


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Guest Post:

I got to ask Jus Accardo her thoughts on why she thinks it is harder to sell a book labeled as sci-fi than it is to hook someone with a fantasy label? I personally love sci-fi so I always hate it when people turn up their noses at me when I suggest that sci-fi & fantasy are my favorite genres. So I would love to hear your take on what it was like selling your story.

I think science fiction is one of the hardest genres to define and the easiest to misunderstand because it includes so many different subgenres. Time travel, alternate history, cyberpunk, biopunk, superhuman–the list goes on and on. Yet when most people hear sci-fi, they immediately think Star Wars or Star Trek. (which are both awesome, BTW)

When I told some friends that I’d sold a sci-fi book, one was like, “That’s great, but it won’t be a big seller. There’s such a small market for that kind of thing.” While the other said, “Oh. That’s great. Not for me, though. I don’t like that outer space and alien stuff.”

Really. True story.

Sure, there’s that outer space and alien stuff, but there’s SO much more to it than that.

Sci-fi is freaking awesome. One of my favorite genres. I think the fact that people turn up their noses to it is all about misunderstanding. And small market? No way! Just off the top of my head, check out all these awesome science fiction shows (all of which take place right here on earth).

Orphan Black
Quantum Leap
The Six Million Dollar Man
The Bionic Woman
Max Headroom
The 100
X Files

Then you have some of the space based shows.

Battlestar Galactica
Futurama (though this could count as earth based as well)
Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
Babylon 5

And check out all these amazing science fiction authors (both space and earth based):

HG Wells
Mary Shelley
Robert Heinlein
Ray Bradbury
Isaac Asimov
Orson Scott Card
Ursula K LeGuin
Carl Sagan
George Orwell
Douglas Adams
Marissa Meyer
James Dashner
Amie Kaufman
Melissa Landers
Beth Revis
Kass Morgan
Melissa West

With all that awesomeness, how could anyone not love science fiction? It’s not a small market at all. Misunderstood at times, yes. But not small.

Now it’s your turn. These lists were all just off the top of my head so I know I’ve left out some awesome titles! What’s your fave sci-fi (book or television)?

My personal favorite sci-fi tv shows are definitely on your list, like Battlestar Galactica, Firefly, X-files, and Fringe. I also love Twin Peaks, which many don’t consider sci-fi, but it is and it was a huge inspiration and paved the ground work for shows like X-files and Lost (which I also love!). Recently I binged The 100 and it is awesome! Loving it, so then I made the mistake of watching other suggested shows on Netflix to find out they were cancelled after one or two seasons, which sucked my will to live! I grew up on movies like Star Wars, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Blade Runner, Aliens, and Mad Max. I was always a big fan! I think you are right and many people don’t realize sci-fi is fun and awesome and are just turned off by the nomenclature and then they realize some of their favorite tv shows, movies, and books are on the best of sci-fi lists!

Thanks for talking with us all today Jus! I hope everyone drops the sci-fi stigma and gets to reading & watching all the above mentioned authors and shows!


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