How in the world is it April already?! 2019 is absolutely flying past in a whirl of keyboard keys and Taylor Swift songs. (I listen to her 1989 album on repeat while I work on my WIP.) It’s been such a great year. I finished my rough draft, have been working on revisions like a … Continue reading My Top Ten Reads of 2019 So Far
Happy Monday, everyone! Boy, do I have a super special post for you today! Emily R. King, author of the megahit series The Hundredth Queen, has a new series coming out called The Evermore Chronicles, and I'm thrilled to reveal the cover for the second book, Into the Hourglass! Book one, Before the Broken Star, comes out on … Continue reading Exclusive Cover Reveal for INTO THE HOURGLASS + Giveaway!
10 Reasons to Add MATCH ME IF YOU CAN by @tiana_smith to your TBR! @SwoonReads @FierceReads
The Way You Make Me Feel by Maurene Goo is funny, it’s adorable, it has my new favorite dad in all of YA, and it just happens to be out today! It’s also rocking a new trend that I’m LOVING in YA fiction, food trucks! And this story is every bit as delicious as the … Continue reading Books on Trend – THE WAY YOU MAKE ME FEEL + Food Truck Books
Stay Sweet by Siobhan Vivian is out today, and this book is not only super sweet, but it's full of bigger themes like friendship and feminism. There are also these wonderful little historical fiction chapters that throw back to the 1940s and give readers some wonderfully entertaining history on the Meade Creamery and really just … Continue reading STAY SWEET and Other Reads with Sweet Treats
Olivia Twist is a delightful gender-bent reimagining of Charles Dickens' classic Oliver Twist. Author Lorie Langdon brilliantly blends historic detail with a sparkling storyline. The characters are utterly endearing. Being a huge fan of Dickens' work, I was delighted by the way Langdon reinvented the characters of Olivia (Oliver) and Dodger. The Victorian London setting was … Continue reading Book Review – OLIVIA TWIST
Aru Shah and the End of Time has all the magic and sparkle that we’ve come to expect from author Roshani Chokshi in a delightful middle grade story. I was absolutely charmed by the whimsical setting and wonderful cast of characters. The fantasy elements in the story are based on Hindu mythology and made this … Continue reading ARU SHAH AND THE END OF TIME – Book Review