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The continuation of the complex life of a adolescence

Chapter 2


The scene is of Devon and Emily frozen in a state of suspense in the school hallway. The prior conversation is where they leave off, and the young Tomes is about to reveal his secret crush. 1,297 more words

Ward Z

I am reviewing the medical thriller Ward Z by Amy Ctoss which is a very good book that I downloaded for free from kindle. This book is around 250 pages so is a decent length. 199 more words


You Don't Grow Out of YA: 5 Reasons I Write (& Edit) YA

I originally wrote this post for Writer’s Digest as part of my blog tour for my book release– I wrote about 30 posts that went up on different sites over November and December, and with all that content out there, I’d like to keep it all in one place, so I’m posting it here for archiving purposes! 948 more words

Getting There

I’m writing this post as a break before I go back to doing more editing. At the moment, I’ve edited 7 chapters today and I’m about to do the 8th. 276 more words


Nightmares Of Caitlin Lockyer

I am reviewing the teen fiction thriller Nightmares Of Caitlin Lockyer by Demelza Carlton which is a very good novel that I downloaded for free from kindle. 210 more words


I'm Glad I Did by Cynthia Weil

I’m Glad I Did is a wonderfully written, intriguing example of everything that can be great about YA Historical Fiction. The characters are compelling and realistic, the major cultural issues of the time are front and center, and it’s educational and entertaining. 149 more words


Review: Perfect Ruin by Lauren DeStefano

Perfect Ruin by Lauren DeStefano
Genre: Fantasty, Dystopia, Romance
Published by: Harper Voyager
Pages: 365
Format: Paperback
Rating: ★★★.5
Where to Find: Goodreads | Amazon… 838 more words