A few years after I moved to Colorado, my mother told me my grandmother had started forgetting things, repeating herself, and one day, she nearly backed her car into someone because she forgot to look behind her. So, Ma moved to Colorado to live with my mom.
I’m going to make this as spoiler-free for both Bruja Born AND labyrinth lost as possible…but if you haven’t read labyrinth lost yet, do it!!
I’m so pleased to be a part of the Penguin Teen blog tour for Amal Unbound. Please see below for information about the book, and the author Aisha Saeed!
Let’s be real. Grief is as much about what’s left behind—what’s left unsaid—as what goes on and leaves us here. In her new collection of poetry, How to Love the Empty Air, Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz explores the space between us and our memories of and feelings for those we love, and how that “empty air” informs our experience of grief.
I’m so excited to be a part of the blog tour for BAD PRINCESS by Kris Waldherr! See below for information about the book and Kris, the excerpt, and for the giveaway details!
You know what’s funny about setting out to review a book you love by an author you respect, admire, and possibly fangirl over on Twitter? It’s kinda hard to do. I loved Deanna Raybourn’s Lady Julia Grey series, so much so that I 1) haven’t finished reading the last book yet because I don’t want it to end, and 2) feel a deep personal connection with Lady Julia Grey. So of course I love Veronica Speedwell and Stoker, and all of their adventures so far.