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Review: The Way The Light Bends by Cordelia Jensen

So, I’m not big on books about art students. The problem starts because art student characters tend to have this pretentiousness that other characters don’t and I’ve never seen an art student character thats different from the rest of them. 390 more words

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10 Ways To Make Your Reading Experience More Enchanting • Cookies and Stardust

Reading is so great for many reasons, but one of the best is that you can take books anywhere. So why not take advantage of that, and make the most of your page-turning time? 891 more words


Stop Ruining Young Adult: An Anti-Love Letter to John Green and Friends

I could start this off by telling you guys how many hours I spent weeping over John Green novels in my early teen years… but I have a very delicate self esteem I need to protect, so I won’t. 674 more words

Rancor Chronicles

In 2005, my first professionally published novel hit stores in Canada, the US, Australia, and New Zealand. Rancour was meant to be a four-book series, with the second out in 2007, the next 2009, and the final 2011. 159 more words

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I am totally loving "I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter" by Erika L. Sanchez

Good news on tax day:

I just started I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter by Erika L. Sanchez and I am blown away. I’ve read a lot of good books lately, and while I’ve raved about some of them, this one is in a category all of its own. 302 more words

Quick Review: The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton

The kingdom of of Orleans is obsessed with beauty because their people were cursed with grey skin and brittle straw hair.  The Belles are the blessed few who were born with color and the ability to make others beautiful too.  224 more words

Bethylou Reads


Hi, I’m Ivy and I absolutely love reading (especially in the rain), but also giving my opinion on books. Hence, I made this blog where I will be posting reviews once a week. 33 more words

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