Blog Tour, Review, and Giveaway: Even Hippies Get The Blues by Michel Lee King

Even Hippies Get The Blues
by Michele Lee King

Genres: New Adult, Chick Lit

About the Author: Michel Lee King writes fiction that has a tendency to mix the light and dark elements of life and focusses primarily on the Literary Fiction and Fantasy genres.
Michel is a peace-, and fun-, loving person living in the shadow of Mount Rainier in Washington state. She is happily married, has one son, two dogs, and a cat. When not consuming copious amounts of coffee, she is writing, editing, or enjoying the outdoors with her family.
She can be found online through her website:, Twitter: @Michel_Lee_King, or on Facebook: King.Michel.Lee

First Sentence:
Deep breaths.

Last Sentence:
I fell to the bed with him at perfect peace with myself and the world.

  This book is everything you want in a quirky, feel good read. King did an amazing job at making me feel connected to Amy right from the start, and I grew even more fond of her as the pages turned. I absolutely enjoyed getting to know the wide variety of characters in this book, but the majority of my fondness was reserved for Amy. 

  The daily struggles that Amy endures are known well by many women. Misogynistic boss, bitchy co-worker, creepy guy, coffee addiction, and the strive to pursue your dreams. This book has it all. I was constantly rooting for Amy the entire way. The ending was perfect, and whenever I finished this one I felt so happy with the way it ended. And I felt proud of Amy.

  Michel Lee King's writing style is phenomenal. She kept such a wonderful flow with the story. And she made Amy so believable. There was no Mary Sue to be found. I daresay Amy and the other characters are all reflections of real people. They just had that authentic feel. 

  This story is a break from the supernatural and horror for me. And I didn't miss any of those things at all. The story is compelling and real. It's raw in its expression of the everyday life of women. Not all of us may be starving artists like Amy, but we all recognize her struggle and the pursuit of happiness. I would happily recommend this book to everyone. The quirky aspects set it apart from the rest of the New Adult fiction flooding the market (and my Kindle!) as of late.

**I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. My thanks to Michel Lee King and Enchanted Book Promotions.

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  1. Sounds like a fun read! The blending of Chick Lit and New Adult is interesting!

    I'm not into paintings to really prefer one style over another. But I know I'm not a big fan of Abstract art. I do love pottery though. It's beautiful and can be useful! :)

    1. It was such a good and refreshing read! I love all sorts of art. One of my favorite places is the Smithsonian American Art Museum in DC. It's a must go every time I visit!

  2. Cindy, I tend to prefer practical art as well. Pottery, architecture, things like that. Sometimes, though, I just like to look at something pretty. LOL thank you for stopping by!

    Kristen, I am glad you enjoyed it! Museums are amazing places. I had the privilege to visit The Louvre on my senior trip to France and could have stayed there for days! Thank you so much for the kind words!


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