Melissa de la Cruz’s Something in Between is such a relevant, real look at the issues immigrants face in modern American society.
I’m excited to share an excerpt from When the Moon was Ours by Anna-Marie McLemore, which releases on the 4th of October.
In this poignant debut by Paula Garner, Otis and Meg, once the closest of friends, and a true and pure example of young love, must learn how to navigate the intimidating chasm of loss between them.
I’m especially excited, as a member of the Labyrinth Lost Street Team and #RWFSquad (Resting Witch Face, it’s a thing) to have this Q&A Post from the amazing Zoraida Córdova.
I am so excited to be taking part in this blog tour for Sometimes We Tell the Truth by Kim Zarins. Who wouldn’t love a modern, YA retelling of The Canterbury Tales?
All Alejandra Mortiz wants is to never have to deal with magic. But since she comes from a family of brujas, that is a pretty difficult thing for her to accomplish.
In this modern Pride and Prejudice spin, Eden Moore and Ash Gupta hate each other, until they don’t.