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Teenage Dream

How is life, dear readers?

First of all, I want to say that I’m so excited about writing this post because it is about an interview I conducted. 1,262 more words


Rebecca Phillips' Faking Perfect is an honest and compelling YA contemporary read

The premise for this book sounded like The DUFF, which I thought was one of the most reprehensible books ever written for a YA female audience. 463 more words

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The Star Side of Bird Hill By Naomi Jackson transcends time and place to tell a story about family, love, loss, and contentment that you just might recognize from your own life

Usually when I blog about adult fiction it is science fiction, but the teacher in me couldn’t resist giving you a chance to consider this book because it might just appeal to you. 902 more words

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Sarah Bannan's Weightless reads so much like real life you might just feel a little responsible for the way it all goes down

Weightless blew my mind. This is literary YA fiction, and that is a mythological creature as elusive as unicorns and mermaids. Everyone won’t enjoy it, but they all will want to talk about it. 611 more words

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Quiet Still

I am quiet still

floating upon the waves
only minutes before
came crashing…

the night is ours
to do with what we will
but for now, 22 more words


Uprooted by Naomi Novik will lure you in with fairytale charm and insist you stay for an epic battle between good and evil

This is an old world fairytale for the grown up princess in you.  And if you’re not a princess, there is enough battle and bloodshed to get that inner beast thumping as well.   784 more words

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