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En Pointe by Chloe Bayliss

“Have you ever had an addiction? An obsession? Have you ever wanted something so much that you can’t imagine your life without it? For me, that’s dance.” En Pointe by Chloe Bayliss is a beautiful real-life story of hope and... Continue Reading →

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Interview With A.J. Betts

Hive and Rouge are a stunning duology set in a world only A. J. Betts could create. It's a masterpiece of world building with characters you will love and connect with. All I can tell you is what I remember,... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: The Call by Peadar Ó Guilín

Imagine a world where you might disappear any minute, only to find yourself alone in a grey sickly land, with more horrors in it than you would ever wish to know about. And then you hear a horn and you... Continue Reading →

Chronic Pain in YA Books

As I sit in my chair, there is a constant stabbing pain in my right arm and left knee. Both my legs tingle all over, and I have a lingering headache from my dizziness earlier in the week. I'm also... Continue Reading →

Only 18 Days Until Graevale’s Release!

On February 1st Graevale is released! Who's excited to find out what happens to the gang, what plots unfold, and if there is Kailex?! Graevale is the fourth book in The Medoran Chronicles by Lynette Noni (which is planned to... Continue Reading →

The Shadow Girl – Review

'A train full of shadows. Of living ghosts. On a journey to nowhere.' The Shadow Girl by John Larkin is a book that will make you re-examine the way you look at the world and just how horrible it can... Continue Reading →

January TBR

For January I have set five books that I want to read. I probably won't read them all, not because I won't be able to read five books (believe me I can). But because I tend to forget that I... Continue Reading →

Books That Surprised Me

December is the time for reflecting on the good and bad of the past year. I like to look back on the books I have read throughout the year and talk about the best and worst (In this case surprising.)... Continue Reading →

Akarnae Book review

"With just one step, sixteen year old Alexandra Jenning's world changes - literally." Akarnae by Lynette Noni is a wonderfully written and delightfully surprising, not to mention an incredibly enchanting fantasy. Dreading her first day at a new school, Alex... Continue Reading →

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