Getting in my feelings with American Royals and Slay

Who's ready to relive their teenage years with me? The time when I'd consume tens of YA books, wishing I were in the position of the protagonists- always cool, accomplished and with a great love interest. Well, I'm happy to tell you that's nothing's changed. Reading these books definitely hit me in the feels, and …

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Blog Tour: The Magic Touch, by Kelly Florentia

Would you be able to trust somebody that you suspected was having an affair? What if they were your partner? And would you do anything about it? That's the premise at the heart of Kelly Florentia's lovely read  The Magic Touch. Bursting with warmth, compassion and a touch of romance, it's a book about what we're …

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Blog Tour: If You Were Here, by Alice Peterson

What would you do if you knew you were going to die? That's the question at the heart of Alice Peterson's new book,  If You Were Here.  Following the stories of a mother, a daughter and a granddaughter, it's tackling a subject that not many people (including myself) know much about: Huntingdon's Disease. I'll be …

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Love, magic and angst: Wild Savage Stars, by Kristina Perez

I'd been intrigued by Wild Savage Stars since I met Kristina Pérez at the recent Comic-Con event put on by Tor. Her premise? The myth of Tristan and Isolde, retold in a YA format through the eyes of Isolde's handmaiden, Branwen. So when I requested this book on Netgalley- and it was accepted- I sat …

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Review: The Song of the Sycamore, by Edward Cox

Time to delve into the world behind that gorgeous cover... And man oh man is it a creepy premise. The 'Sycamore' in question is an ancient spirit of revenge, which takes over a man as he returns to his hometown after a year fighting the clanspeople in the broken waste of Urdezha. And almost everybody …

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