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Daily Tip: Day 14: Keep On Fighting.

Daily Tip: Never stop fighting for what you want.

I was thirteen.  Young, naive, foolish: but trying my hardest.  And this was my first novel: see I was only in eighth grade.  263 more words

Infinite Possibilities

Angel Fire By L.A.Weatherly

I’m not quite sure what to say about this book without revealing to many spoilers. I was in an emotional roller coaster with this book. At one point I’m giddy about the love between Willow and Alex because its just so perfect! 332 more words

Teen Fiction Books

Search By Alyssa Rose Ivy

Just to prove how amazing the first book of this series was I found myself breaking my one rule. ‘Don’t read two different books at once’ it always tends to get confusing, but I just couldn’t wait any longer to read the book when it came out. 305 more words

Teen Fiction Books

New Books & Writing Styles

So I have been reading the Divergent series lately.  And by reading I mean that I made my mother get the audiobooks and I am listening to them.   658 more words

Friday Review-Looking for Alaska

Looking for Alaska

Author: John Green

221 pages

Published December 28th 2006 by Speak 

Description taken from Goodreads:

Before. Miles “Pudge” Halter’s whole existence has been one big nonevent, and his obsession with famous last words has only made him crave the “Great Perhaps” (François Rabelais, poet) even more. 381 more words


What’s That Book About? (@VCandrewsBooks )

There’s a very small window to capture a reader’s attention and as much as we hate to say it, covers play a giant role. If you don’t grab them with the cover, they’re probably not going to check out the blurb, which inevitably means that they’re probably not going to buy the book. 743 more words

Title: The Scorch Trials
Author: James Dashner
Rating: 4/5

This second installment in “The Maze Runner” series sees Thomas and the group of Gladers through a brand new simulation. 428 more words