Of Fire and Stars was one of my most anticipated books of the year; it sounded amazing and looked amazing! I was overjoyed to get a copy at BEA. And even though the world-building and characters were fairly cliché, I was enjoying the first half; it reminded me of The Girl of Fire and Thorns. I […]
If I could, I’d put this book in the hands of every person, but teens especially. Symptoms of Being Human was educational without being preachy. It was relatable and funny and sad and really, really great. I loved how while you wonder if Riley was born boy or girl, by never revealing that to us, […]
Happy March 1st, friends! I’m so happy to be taking part in Heather Demetrios’s blog tour for BLOOD PASSAGE today! Ten Random Facts About BLOOD PASSAGE 1. It takes place in Morocco. 2. I travelled to Morocco to do research – I slept in the Sahara, went to the souks—all of it. 3. Some of […]
YES. Cover, synopsis, it’s all working for me.
Eveny is moving back to her home town Carrefour, Louisiana with her Aunt Bea who suddenly decides to leave New York. Eveny hasn’t been in Carrefour since her mother’s suicide when she was a child. Carrefour is a small town with many strange quirks, you need a key just to get into the town, the weather […]
Tease by Amanda Maciel was such an interesting perspective, inside the head of the bully. It was a thought-provoking, uncomfortable, and challenging read for sure! It was also unputdownable for me, in the way you can’t make yourself look away from something awful about to happen. It was good read! Amanda Maciel writes a character so […]
Side Effects May Vary is a really well written debut from Julie Murphy. I thought the writing was incredibly honest and emotionally raw, which made feeling what these characters were feeling real. That anger that Alice feels, the love Harvey can’t shed, all so raw. This was probably my favorite part of this book. […]
Top Ten Perks of Being an Author 1. Working from home. 2. Being my own boss. 3. Choosing my hours. 4. Working in track pants. 5. Reading, movies and TV shows count as research. 6. Traveling a lot. 7. Getting to meet and become friends with some of my favourite authors. 8. Doing something […]
This sounds awesomely dark and creepy!! Really excited to get my hands on it!
I know the premise of this book is something not to be taken lightly; I mean…teenagers being the only ones able to get pregnant or to impregnate? You know how high school athletes get courted by different colleges, and then they choose the best offer? In Melody’s world, that’s pretty much what happens to teenagers. […]