Everything’s Not Fine Blog Tour Interview + Giveaway

Thank you to Fantastic Flying Book Club for letting me participate in this tour! Check out FFBC’s website to sign up to be a tour host! About the Book Everything's Not Fine by Sarah J. Carlson Publisher: Turner Publishing Release Date: May 26, 2020 Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary Synopsis:  Seventeen-year-old Rose Hemmersbach aspires to break out of small... Continue Reading →

New Blog Post: Relic Author Interview

We're just under one month away from the release of Relic by Bronwyn Eley! I can't wait to start this one! Make sure to keep an eye out for my review in the next few weeks! About RelicTitle: Relic Author: Bronwyn Eley Publisher: Talem Press Genre: YA Fantasy Comparative Titles: Throne of Glass, Queen of the Tearling,... Continue Reading →

War of Mist Author Interview

War of Mist is almost here!! I have had the pleasure of working with Helen since the first book in the Oremere Chronicles releases back in 2017! Bleak is such a unique & badass female MC! If you love a good YA Fantasy than you will love this series! Make sure to add it to... Continue Reading →

Secrets of a Fangirl Blog Tour Interview

  THANK YOU to The Fantastic Flying Book Club for letting me participate in the Blog Tour for this adorable Middle Grade Contemporary The Secrets of a Fangirl by Erin Dionne! If you want to become a Blog Tour Host I’d definitely recommend them! They’ve been amazing to work with!   ABOUT THE BOOK Title: Secrets of a Fangirl Author:... Continue Reading →

The Bone Charmer Blog Tour Interview

Look at this beautiful cover of The Bone Charmer! Check out my interview with author Breeana Shields below! THANK YOU to The Fantastic Flying Book Club for letting me participate in this fun Blog Tour for The Bone Charmer by Breeana Shields! If you want to become a Blog Tour Host I’d definitely recommend them! They’ve been amazing... Continue Reading →

In the Neighborhood of True Review

“Every character is memorable and complex, and the plot quickly becomes engrossing…the characters' moral decisions are so complicated and so surprising that many people will be kept spellbound by even the tiniest detail. Riveting.” —Kirkus Reviews “Susan Kaplan Carlton’s snapshot of 1958 Atlanta is both exquisite and harrowing, and I will hold it in my... Continue Reading →

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