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All the May 2017 New Releases That Will Elevate Your TBR Game to A+ Status

Seeing as it’s halfway through May, it’s time for me to make a list of my most anticipated new releases! This is an especially exciting season for contemporaries, but there’s also a lot of great sequels hitting shelves as well. 1,236 more words

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If I Stay (book) Review

It wasn’t one of my favorites, but I still really liked it. I think the author did a really good job seeing things from Mia’s perspective and making the situation realistic. 255 more words


Siege and Storm Review.

who needs to stop procrastinating and just write this damn review?? I do. Right, focus.

So helloooooooo! I finished this book a few days ago, and I’ve been thinking, … 514 more words

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Optimists Die First by Susin Nielsen Review // The Book That Left Me Pessimistic (But Not Really)

The best word to describe Susin Nielsen’s Optimists Die First is cute. Largely inconsequential and borrowing from many past contemporaries, but so earnest in its attempt to bring a smile to readers faces. 610 more words

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LEGEND: A Book Review

To summarize my feelings of this book: “thoroughly meh.”

Legend by Marie Lu is one of those books that I didn’t read when it first came out because it felt too popular, and that I only decided to read now because I miss dystopia trilogies (seriously…. 392 more words

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Book Review//I Believe in a Thing Called Love

Maurene Goo’s I Believe in a Thing Called Love is delightful. I’ve been anticipating this book ever since the cover reveal back in September. I just barely missed Maurene’s signing at Yallwest but I was happy to see so many other readers buzzing about her book. 398 more words

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This book feels like a blast from the past.

So anyone who has ever stumbled upon this blog can probably tell that I read a lot of LGBT YA fiction, and I have, for a very long time. 482 more words

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