Blog Tour: The Tokyo Cover Girls by Jackie Amsden


About The Book


TokyoCoverGirlscover (1)Published: May 1st 2016

Genres: YA, Contemporary, Realistic Fiction

New York has Jacobs, Paris has Chanel, Milan has Versace and Tokyo has . . . Hello Kitty toilet plungers? With its cute-obsessed catalogue and magazine market, anyone who is anyone knows that modeling in Japan means being at the bottom of the fashion industry. Blake, Jess, and Hailey are doing their best to survive yet another casting where pigtails and toddler-impressions are a must when they stumble upon the opportunity of a lifetime. The prestigious Satsujin company has selected them to compete for a campaign that will transform the winner from commercial nobody to haute couture superstar faster than you can say Vogue Italia.

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What Readers Are Saying

“While reading it I had this feeling that someone was looking over my shoulder & following me everywhere I was going.” – The Cozy Little Book Nook

“Chanel no 5- scented fodder to a fashion-obsessed mind like mine.” – Up Close and Literal

“A rollercoaster of confusion and terror…Every time I thought things couldn’t get any stranger/creepier they did…” – Reading With Wrin



About The Author

15218808Jackie Amsden worked as a fashion model in China, Japan, and Taiwan before retiring at the age of eighteen after one too many agent threats, nude photo shoot requests, and self-loathing-induced Pocky binges. If you’d like to learn more about her decent into the darker side of Asia’s candy-coated modeling industry sign up for free installments of her upcoming memoir and get updates about the sequel to The Tokyo Cover Girls



17 thoughts on “Blog Tour: The Tokyo Cover Girls by Jackie Amsden

  1. Wow thanks for this feature Lekeisha! You definitely have a vibrant community here and I love that your post piqued so much curiosity. Interesting note about the cover being unconventional. I hadn’t really realized it but I suppose it is. Anyway, keep being awesome.


  2. I have to admit,t he Japanese culture is one I hear about a lot, but I don’t think I have an accurate portrayal of it in my mind. This one sounds unlike anything I have read before!


  3. This sounds interesting. I don’t know why I thought it would a cute, fluffy kind of read. The quotes and the mini-reviews from the other readers definitely have me intrigued.


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