Becoming Jinn by Lori Goldstein: Mood Board {Blog Tour}

Becoming Jinn by Lori Goldstein: Mood Board {Blog Tour}Becoming Jinn by Lori Goldstein
Published by Feiwel & Friends on April 21st 2015
Genres: Fantasy & Magic, Young Adult
Pages: 384

Azra has just turned sixteen, and overnight her body lengthens, her olive skin deepens, and her eyes glisten gold thanks to the brand-new silver bangle that locks around her wrist. As she always knew it would, her Jinn ancestry brings not just magical powers but the reality of a life of servitude, as her wish granting is controlled by a remote ruling class of Jinn known as the Afrit. To the humans she lives among, she's just the girl working at the snack bar at the beach, navigating the fryer and her first crush. But behind closed doors, she's learning how to harness her powers and fulfill the obligations of her destiny. Mentored by her mother and her Zar "sisters," Azra discovers she may not be quite like the rest of her circle of female Jinn . . . and that her powers could endanger them all.

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I’m so excited to share the dreamy mood board I created recently that was inspired by Becoming Jinn. One thing I loved about this book was the it was set in a coastal Massachusetts town, which just so happens to be MY neck of the woods. I drew on that theme and found some images that reminded me of some of my favorite beaches and summertime memories growing up as a New England beach bum. I also found some really great images to tie in that really bring out the fantasy elements of Becoming Jinn. I think these two elements of the book combined beautifully in the image I created below, and can really give you a sense and feel of the story Lori Goldstein created.


While I was making my board, I absolutely fell in love with that little genie lamp necklace and thought it would be a fun little giveaway to include with today’s post. So, be sure to enter below for a chance to win your own little piece of genie magic!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Don’t miss out on any of the fun stops on the
“Becoming Jinn” Blog Tour…


April 13: Mac Teen Books
April 13: Polish Page Turners
April 14: What Sarah Read
April 14: Fiktshun
April 16: Forever Young Adult
April 17
: SciFiChick
April 18: Bookiemoji
April 19: Falling for YA
April 20: Reading Teen
April 21: Icey Books


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About Lori Goldstein

Lori Goldstein was born into an Italian-Irish family and raised in a small town on the New Jersey shore. She earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from Lehigh University and worked as a writer, editor, and graphic designer before becoming a full-time author. She currently lives and writes outside of Boston. Lori is the author of the young adult contemporary fantasy series Becoming Jinn (Feiwel & Friends/Macmillan, April 21, 2015, Spring 2016).


6 comments for “Becoming Jinn by Lori Goldstein: Mood Board {Blog Tour}

  1. 3 wishes, oh this is hard. Here goes:

    1.) That someone would take us back in time so that the AMC series “‘Remember WENN” had a 5th season (and a 6th, 7th etc …)

    2.) I would love a Mary Poppins bag that could hold more than it appears (sort of the Dr. Who’s Tardis, considerably roomier inside). I could carry more books etc … this way.

    3.) Someone would find a cure for the various food allergies.

  2. 1. Control the limits of probability.
    2. Make people more forgiving of others.
    3. Save the planet.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  3. 1. Have a healthy, happy body always.
    2. Find the love of my life.
    3. I want my family to be happy and healthy as well.

    Thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

  4. Irene

    My 3 wishes would be to
    1. Be able to travel through time
    2. Be able to become invisible
    3. Be able to read minds

  5. Natalie

    1. The ability to shape shift
    2. Eat without needing to worry about calories
    3. Throw in world peace so I don’t seem too selfish

    Thank you for the giveaway!!

  6. Oh my gosh, such a tough question! I wish…

    1. For the chance to share my stories with the world.
    2. For happiness and health for my family.
    3. To never have to worry about money.

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