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Musing Mondays #12

Do other bloggers ruin things for you when reading? I don’t mean blogger hype, which I talked about last week/many times before, but I mean actually ruin or change your opinion on certain aspects of books or plot devices. 685 more words

2014

More Like Eye Sore: Eye Candy by Tera Lynn Childs

Every Girl Deserves Something Sweet…

Lydia Vanderwalk has an obsession with candy, so when she invents an NEB (non-existent boyfriend) who turns out to be the male hire-a-date equivalent of a jumbo box of Hot Tamales she knows she’s in trouble.

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Review

Sunfire #4: Danielle, Part One

by Vivian Schurfranz
Time & Place: War of 1812-era New Orleans
Romance Type: The Dark Horse

It took me four months to finish this book because I hated it so much. 1,621 more words

October Selection

It was another close voting month, but now the results are in, and our winner is Unbreakable by Kami Garcia!

You may recognize Kami Garcia’s name from the blockbuster series… 370 more words

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Are Love Triangles Killing YA Fiction?

I wrote this piece a while ago for Lip Mag. After reading The Hunger Games trilogy for the second time, I started to think about the Katniss/Peeta/Gale love triangle and whether or not it added anything to the story. 78 more words

Feminism

How to Keep the Lovers in Your YA Novel Apart

I’m not going to try to deny it. I love a great love story. Romeo and Juliet, Elizabeth Bennett and Mr. Darcy, Katniss and Peeta. The problem as a YA writer, though, is that there are only so many good reasons that an author has to keep the lovers in the story apart. 832 more words

Craft Of Writing

Aaron Carter Still Pining For Ex-Girlfriend Hilary Duff: ‘The Party Is … In My Bed'

Earlier this year, Aaron Carter went on a Twitter campaign to profess his love for his teenage girlfriend Hilary Duff in the hopes of winning her back. 717 more words

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