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This is not another teen, fluffy, love story.

Don’t Call Me Baby by Gwendolyn Heasley

Before you pass over this book because of its title please read on…

This teen novel will be released tomorrow but I was fortunate to read the first 6 chapters and it not only has me hooked due to the great writing but is challenging some of our thoughts on what we as adults share online and how it may affect others …. 367 more words

As to read...

only one girl can win the crown..

The Selection #3 book by Kiera Cass titled The One is expected to be published on May 6th 2014 by HarperTeen.

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Young Adult

In Which I Review FAKING NORMAL by Courtney C. Stevens

Mini Summary

Faking Normal, written by the lovely Courtney C. Stevens, tells the story of two broken teenagers and how they tentatively begin to heal after being thrown together. 508 more words

Book Thingz

Waiting On Wednesday #56: Fabulous Fall Fictions!

Another double take on Waiting On Wednesday today but this time we’re doing some Fall releases coming out in September 2014! It seems that once the summer passes a whole bunch of awesome books get to come out to us so we can devour them. 701 more words

Waiting On Wednesdays

Waiting on Wednesday: The Art of Lainey

 Hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine

 My Pick


The Art of Lainey
By Paula Stokes
Publication Date: May 20

Soccer star Lainey Mitchell is used to getting what she wants, and when her boyfriend Jason breaks up with her for no reason, what she wants is to win him back before the start of their senior year. 140 more words

YA

Waiting On Wednesday #55: Double Take!

For today’s “Waiting On Wednesday” I had a hard time narrowing down what books I wanted write my post about. SO I’ve made the executive decision that this week’s “WoW” will host two books I couldn’t decide between. 1,009 more words

Book Banter

ARC Review: House of Ivy & Sorrow

Title/Author: House of Ivy & Sorrow by Natalie Whipple
Publication Date/Publisher: April 15, 2014/HarperTeen
Series: No
Source and Format: Received an advanced reader’s copy from the publisher via Edelweiss… 348 more words

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