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Week #18 of Reading Like A Maniac

Hello, everyone! This has being busy but entertaining week for all of us right! Hello, free MARRIAGE in all 50 countries of the USA! ♥♥♥ #LoveWins! 985 more words

Fantasy

Review: Finding Audrey

My first thought when I found out that Sophie Kinsella would be publishing her first YA novel? YES PLEASE! I flew through it as soon as I got my hands on a copy! 606 more words

Book Review

Week #17 of Reading Like A Maniac

I know its a little late to post a new entry but you guys need to understand that this Sunday was a hell of a day for me. 958 more words

Fantasy

Summer/Fall Sequels and Spin-offs

Recently I shared with you my most anticipated May/June, July/August, September, and October releases in YA fiction. My updates of those posts are becoming massive, so this follow-up post will focus specifically on the YA series I’m most excited to (re-)read because they have new or upcoming sequels, prequels or spin-offs. 1,889 more words

Women Writers

State of Grace Book Review

State of Grace by Hilary Badger

POV: First Person, Single Perspective

Author: Hilary Badger

Type: YA Dystopian

State of Grace by Hilary Badger was a breath of fresh air. 247 more words

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Fabled by Vanessa K. Eccles| Book Blitz| YA Fantasy

Synopsis:

Rowena thinks the Grimm’s infamous podcasts are simply another teen fad until she finds herself trapped in a land of nightmarish storybook characters. She tries desperately to flee Mezzanine and return home, but Dresdem, Mezzanine’s wicked monarch, plans to use Rowena’s access to her world to bring dark magic and absolute rule into Georgia and beyond. 410 more words

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New YA Fairy Tale Retellings: Valiant & The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly

I don’t think I have to tell you that fairy tale retellings have become very popular. Too popular perhaps? Even if, like me, you’re an avid reader of fairy tale retellings that promote female agency and take a feminist perspective, you probably can’t help worrying that publishing will soon be oversaturated with them. 818 more words

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