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September 29, 2013

Omorphi by C. Kennedy

Omorphi by C. Kennedy


High school senior Michael Sattler leads a charmed life. He’s a star athlete, has great friends, and parents who love him just the way he is. What’s missing from his life is a boyfriend. That’s a problem because he’s out only to his parents and best friend. When Michael accidentally bumps into Christy Castle at school, his life changes in ways he never imagined. Christy is Michael’s dream guy: smart, pretty, and sexy. But nothing could have prepared Michael for what being Christy's boyfriend would entail.

Christy needs to heal after years of abuse and knows he needs help to do it. After the death of his notorious father, he leaves his native Greece and settles in upstate New York. Alone, afraid, and left without a voice, Christy hides the myriad scars of his abuse. He desperately wants to be loved and when he meets Michael, he dares to hope that day has arrived. When one of Michael’s team-mates becomes an enemy and an abuser from Christy’s past seeks to return him to a life of slavery, only Michael and Christy's combined strength and unwavering determination can save them from the violence that threatens to destroy their future together.

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The Notes Behind Omorphi’s Play-list

Thanks for hosting me on Omorphi’s blog tour, Zoe-Lynn! I’m excited to be here! Today I’m giving all of you the music playlist within Omorphi. One of the reasons I chose to do this post on Zoe-Lynn’s blog is because I often see her Facebook posts where she’s singing along with a song and wants to share it with all of us. (She sings a lot on Facebook!)

Music is very important to me and I often find that music can say what words cannot. When I look form a play-list for a story, I look for songs that not only convey a message appropriate for the moment in the story, but that also set the tone for that moment. I think the songs contained in Omorphi do a great job of enhancing the telling of Christy and Michael’s story. Enjoy!




About Cody

Raised on the mean streets and back lots of Hollywood by a Yoda-look-alike grandfather, Cody Kennedy doesn’t conform, doesn’t fit in, is epic awkward and lives to perfect a deep-seated oppositional defiance disorder. In a constant state of fascination with the trivial, Cody contemplates such weighty questions as: If time and space are curved, then where do all the straight people come from? When not writing, Cody can be found taming waves on western shores, pondering the nutritional value of sunsets, appreciating the much maligned dandelion, unhooking guide ropes from stanchions, and marveling at all things ordinary.

Find Cody    Facebook    Goodreads    Twitter @CodyKAuthor

Follow Omorphi’s blog tour for THREE chances to win an ebook copy of Omorphi!


September 9th - Pre-kickoff post - Cody is a Featured Author on True Colorz and answers questions about penning Omoprhi Review by True Colorz

September 15th - The Novel Approach - Pre-release Q&A with Cody and a chance to win an ebook copy of Omorphi Review by The Novel Approach

September 18th - Author Will Parkinson - Will holds nervous Cody’s hand the day before Omorphi’s release because he promised to and Cody talks about Omorphi’s Cover and Bringing Omorphi to Life

September 19th - Mrs. Condit & Friends Read Books - Cody writes Perils and Pitfalls of Post Production Public Relations and a SECOND chance to win an ebook copy of Omorphi! Review by Mrs. Condit & Friends

September 19th - Smile, Somebody Loves You - Announcement post and Cody shares Omorphi Trivia with Beverly and Tamara

September 20th - Author Shira Anthony - Why I write the kind of stories that I do by Cody

September 21st - Author Jamie Mayfield - Why Omorphi and A Broken Kind of Life are Same but Different
Also on September 21st - Harmony Ink Press on Facebook: Meet Cody Kennedy and Jamie Mayfield

September 22nd - Cody’s Blog - Tony Edmondson, Fan Extraordinaire, interviews Cody

September 27th - Author Wade Kelly - Character Interview with Christy Castle

September 28th - Author Iyana Jenna, Fairy Fan Extraordinaire, Q&A with Christy Castle

September 29th - Author Zoe Lynn - The Notes Behind Omorphi’s Play List

October 4th - Sid Love's Blog - Why the title Omorphi? Review by Sid Love 

October 5th - Author Madison Parker - What makes Omorphi unique?


October 6th - Author John Ames - Q&A with Michael Sattler

October 11th - Boys on the Brink - Omorphi: Writing Sex and Violence in Young Adult works

October 12th - Author Jamie Fessenden - Cody shares Omorphi Trivia with Jamie

October 15th - Granny Irene - A week in the Life of Christy Castle before Michael

October 18th - Author Sara Alva - A week in the life of Michael Sattler before Christy

October 19th - Author Sam Kadence - Cody Talks About Writing Action and the Suspension of Disbelief

October 20th - Cody’s Blog - Omorphi's One Month Anniversary Trivia Contest and a THIRD chance to win an ebook copy of Omorphi - In order to enter this contest you must:

     1) have visited and commented on each stop on Omorphi’s Blog Tour - please be sure to leave your name in your blog comment. “Anonymous” comments won’t qualify; and 
     2) you must correctly answer the trivia questions posted on Cody’s Blog by placing your answers in the comments section beneath the questions; and 
     3) along with your answers to the trivia questions, you must leave a comment about Omorphi’s Blog Tour.

     The winner will be selected by Kismet, Cody’s greenwing macaw.

To make things even more exciting, a new contest will begin on October 21st on The Novel Approach Reviews Blog to win an ebook copy of Cody's novella, Safe, due out October 24th from Harmony Ink Press!

Get ready to read and win!

2 comments:

  1. I enjoyed most all of the songs on the playlist. I actually had some on my music list even. You are correct, music can sometimes extend the meaning of ideas, writing and other things. With a playlist like this, Omorphi must be wonderful.

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    1. Thank you, Damian. Music fulfills us as much as reading does and I can't see writing a story like Omorphi without it. Thanks for dropping by and for being a loyal follower of Omorphi's blog tour!

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