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These Broken Stars - Book Review (Spoiler Free)

“And there it is, against all hope, like the sun peeking out from behind the clouds. The smallest hint of a smile.”

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Authors: Amie Kaufman, Meagan Spooner… 571 more words

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What I'm Reading Now: Soldier by Julie Kagawa

I finished The Raven King and as I process it I need to move on to something else. So Dragons seem like the perfect transition.

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Bringer of Chaos by Kayelle Allen #YA #SciFi #MFRWauthor @BPICPromos

Bringer of Chaos: The Origin of Pietas

by Kayelle Allen

Series: Bringer of Chaos, Book 1

Genre: Science Fiction, Space Opera, Young Adult, Teen, Genetic Engineering Science Fiction, Military Science Fiction, Dystopian Science Fiction… 1,219 more words


Book Review: The Rose and The Dagger

It began with a story and it ended with one. This book has been on my TBR from the day I read its prequel and I noticed I was overly excited when I finally got to read it and yes, I was wowed by some of things that transpired and expected the others. 468 more words


R.I.P it or Ship it Tag (Book EDITION pt. 2)

Once again we are back! Let’s do this continues version!

Round Seven:

Jenna Talbot (Hex Hall)  and Uriah Pedrad (Divergent)

Considering that Jenna is a lesbian and Uriah is not a girl, I don’t think this ship would work, but I can see them being friends. 244 more words

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Nothing screams Dystopia like Teenagers and Hormones!

In the last two decades, one of  the most popular emerging subgenres is Dystopia–Teen Edition™

Some of the well-known titles are The Hunger Games, … 870 more words

Misconceptions About Writing YA Fiction

If you’re intending to write for the young adult audience then you’d best believe you must write a squeaky clean manuscript because no teenager has ever heard a curse word, had sex, had alcohol, done drugs, or been exposed to violence. 354 more words

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