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I’m am so excited to be a part of the blog tour for Silent Orchids, and I am going to work my review in somewhere! Today, Morgan Wylie has brought us a fun glimpse of her writing community…
Hello and thank you for having me here today to talk about the importance of community in writing.
I wouldn’t be where I am without community. Writing is a very introverted process and can get lonely especially if there aren’t people around you that understand the journey you are on. Let’s face it, not …
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Vain, by Fisher Amelie, was a refreshing read for me! Not only was I completely unaware of where the story would lead the main character, but it was also a great change for me in the New Adult genre. (Side Note: New Adult should NOT translate to smut.) Vain offered a story that was insightful and encouraged self-reflection, but it remained entertaining.
Sophie is annoying for the first few chapters, and I think it helped me appreciate the journey she goes on as well as the changes she makes in her life. Make …
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How to get the boy or girl of your dreams
Courtesy of Ava, Goddess of Love.
(Aimée Carter (@aimee_carter) www.aimeecarter.com)
You might think being the Goddess of Love would make dating a whole lot easier, but not even I can catch a break sometimes. Every so often the boy I love is seeing someone else, or he’s not that into me (and also might be a bit crazy, but that’s beside the point). Or he doesn’t like girls at all (which is how I’ve found some of my best friends). Whatever the case may …
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Shrapnel is a fun, YA paranormal that is filled with ghosts, history, and snarky teens! I really enjoyed Stephanie Lawton’s characters and the pace of the story, and I think you will too! If you like Maureen Johnson’s The Name of the Star, you’ll love Shrapnel. I’ve given the novel four books on the bookshelf!
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Shrapnel Interview with Stephanie Lawton
#1 If you could choose three historical figures’ ghosts to ‘hang’ with, who would they be, and what would you ask them?
There are so many, but here are the three that float to …
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One of my favorite Middle Grade novels from my childhood is The Chronicles of Narnia. I remember my grade six teacher, Mrs. Adams reading it to the class. She would read a few chapters each week and we’d never want her to stop! I think that’s when I really fell in love with Fantasy stories and the idea of going to another world. Other favorites growing up were Charlotte’s web, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Nancy Drew, Anne of Green Gables, and anything with a fantasy theme where something was happening that …
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We are thrilled to get to host Jesse Wilson and his new book THE NIGHT THE MOON ATE MY ROOM! We have a special excerpt to share with you and a giveaway! Read below and enter to win!
The moon was bright and full that night, bigger than I could ever even remember it.
Maybe because it was moving towards me…
After giving the worst violin recital of his life, and being laughed at by the entire school, the boy vows to never play music again. Later that night, when the moon swallows …
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I feel like I have been waiting forever to share this book with you! I was given the opportunity to read THE TROUBLE WITH FATE by Leigh Evans about a year ago when it was still in the process of being published by St. Martin’s, and I fell in love with the story and the characters. Hedi is one of those chicks that I completely loved to read. Her voice was refreshing and totally kicka** to be honest, which is much like the author once you get to know her. Evans …
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We’re close to the end of the scavenger hunt… I have today’s trivia questions from Fiction Fervor‘s 2012 YA Story Scavenger Hunt here for you. 2012YASSH challenges you with your knowledge of young adult books published this year, and if you enter, you might win a prize! Check out it here for more info. And be sure to read the rules!
Without further ado, today’s questions come from Before I Wake by Rachel Vincent.
Easy: How is Avari able to cross over and possess someone’s body?
Medium: What costume is Kaylee wearing when Thane attacks her?
Hard: What is …
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Okay, so I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I am that we get to be a part of this blog tour. Trinity Faegen is one of my absolute favorite authors with a fantastic series, The Mephisto Series. We even interviewed her a while back, and you can check out that interview HERE. And to say that I think you will want to read this series is an understatement.
And now…This. The second book of the series, THE MEPHISTO KISS, is coming out!! First, can we just be real for …
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“I swallowed and held my head high, I woudn’t let Zeus get to me. He wasn’t worth it…I won’t be anyone’s second. I’m better than that. We all are.” The Goddess Queen pg. 19
We love Aimee Carter, and this series! It is our pleasure to present you with an exclusive quote from The Goddess Legacy… Hera is strong and determined, and the quote above is a great representation of the female heroine we should all be looking up to! We are also hosting a contest to win a copy …