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Blog Tour: Lie to Me by Kaitlin Ward

Today, I am excited to post my stop on the blog tour for Lie to Me by Kaitlin Ward! Author Information Kaitlin Ward grew up on a dairy farm in a tiny New Hampshire town, the same town where she lives now with her husband and son. She studied animal science at Cornell University and cofounded the well-known blog YA Highway. She is also the author of Where She Fell, Girl in a Bad Place, and Bleeding Earth. Find her on…

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Review: Verity by Colleen Hoover

I detest what my friends sweetly refer to as “kissing books.” If it’s a book where the main focus is a romance, I have whatever accounts for “less than 0% interest” in it. Because of this, I have never had any interest in Colleen Hoover because her books are … well, anyone who is into them will tell you they’re spicy at best. But I kept hearing that Verity was different and worth my time. I threw it on my Amazon…

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Blog Tour: Every Other Weekend by Abigail Johnson

Today I am excited to post a blog tour stop for Every Other Weekend by Abigail Johnson! AUTHOR INFORMATION Abigail was born in Pennsylvania. When she was twelve, her family traded in snow storms for year round summers, and moved to Arizona. Abigail chronicled the entire cross-country road trip (in a purple spiral bound notebook that she still has) and has been writing ever since. She became a tetraplegic after breaking her neck in a car accident when she was…

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Blog Tour: Jane Anonymous by Laurie Faria Stolarz

Today I am excited to post a blog tour stop for Jane Anonymous by Laurie Faria Stolarz! Author Information Laurie Faria Stolarz grew up in Salem, MA, attended Merrimack College, and received an MFA in Creative Writing from Emerson College in Boston. Laurie Faria Stolarz is an American author of young adult fiction novels, best known for her Blue is for Nightmares series. Her works, which feature teenage protagonists, blend elements found in mystery and romance novels. Stolarz found sales success…

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Review: Slay by Brittney Morris

I got this beautiful UK paperback edition of Slay as a gift off my Amazon wishlist, and I was so glad to receive it! This is such a pertinent, wonderful book. Rating: Applicable PopSugar 2020 Prompts: A book that passes the Bechdel test, a book about or by a woman in STEM, a book by a WOC How I’d Describe This Book to a Friend Kiera is a pretty amazing high school student. She’s smart, talented, and has big plans to…

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Review: Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano

Well, I certainly selected a whopper for my first read of 2020. I’m not sure if there will be any coming back from the book hangover this one is going to induce, but it was worth every heart-wrenching second. Rating: Applicable PopSugar 2020 Prompts: A book that’s published in 2020, a bildungsroman, a book with a bird on the cover How I’d Describe This Book to a Friend Dear Edward is the story of a twelve year old boy who…

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Review: The Wives by Tarryn Fisher

This book is damn near impossible for me to review because almost anything I say can be construed as a spoiler. Sometimes, you pick up a thriller and you want to tell the world about it but you just can’t say more than what is on the flap. This is one of those times. It’s December, and I shan’t apologize for using this GIF. Rating: How I’d Describe This Book to a Friend I would probably make some sort of…

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Review: Little Secrets by Jennifer Hillier

It is no secret that I adore Jennifer Hillier’s writing. I read Jar of Hearts last April, and it remains one of my favorite thrillers, and is one I always recommend when someone seeks thriller recommendations from me. Everything I love in a thriller wrapped up in one neat, tight package that I devoured. So when I saw her latest novel, Little Secrets, available on NetGalley I slammed that request button and immediately dusted off my Kindle to read it. I am…

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Review: Stillhouse Lake by Rachel Caine

Look, Stillhouse Lake came out nearly 2 1/2 years ago and I somehow slept on this series until now. This means that all this time, I could have been reading these books. So many hours, wasted on books that weren’t Stillhouse Lake. How many books have I DNFd because they bored me, when I could have been reading Stillhouse Lake? I just … Rating, If It Weren’t Obvious: How I’d Describe This Book to a Friend Gina Royal had a pretty standard, “white…

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Review: The Chain by Adrian McKinty

I don’t know how on God’s green earth I managed to not hear about The Chain until October when it came out in July. It checks all of my “favorite thriller” boxes – domestic thriller, tense family situation, kids, some sort of kidnapping or hostage situation. But it somehow managed to sneak right past me out into the mainstream, and it wasn’t until I picked it up off the “new releases” shelf at my local Target that I saw read the…

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