I’m excited to be a part of the blog tour for Ava Jae’s INTO THE BLACK, and to bring you a guest post from the author. See below for information about the book and author, the guest post, and, of course, the giveaway!
I’m so excited to be a part of the blog tour for Malala’s Magic Pencil! See below for information about the book and author, and for my review!
I’ll be honest. I was intrigued by Debi Gliori’s book Night Shift but also petrified to read and review it. See, in my family, there are certain things we don’t talk about with others, certain things we don’t admit. This is the first time I’ve talked about this publicly (or, as publicly as a book review can be).
We’ve all had them, those days—or moments, weeks, months, years—when we think to ourselves, “I wonder what would have happened if I made a different choice?” Well, in Kristin Cashore’s new offering, Jane, Unlimited, the titular character Jane shows us the possibilities of different choices.
I’m so happy to bring you a guest post from Cory Putman Oakes, author of WITCHTOWN! See below for information about the book, and Cory’s guest post!
I’ll admit it. When I read that Sarah Gailey’s new book was going to feature hippos, I was incredulous. How could it possibly work? How could I put aside the disbelief of hippos being used like horses and pay attention to the story?
I’m happy to be a part of the publicity for Amy’s Story by Anna Lawton. See below to read more about the book, and about Anna Lawton!
I’m happy to partner with RockStar Book Tours to bring you a guest post from Kathryn Lasky, author of Night Witches. See below for more information about the book, as well as a guest post from Lasky!
Last year, I read and reviewed the first book in Mishell Baker’s “Arcadia Project” series, Borderline, and I was so pleased when Saga Press sent me the followup, Phantom Pains! Baker continues the series with more intricate and world- and mythology-building, and of course, Millie Roper’s bluntness and indomitable character.