I am so honored to be a part of the blog tour celebrating The Girl in the Broken Mirror! This book sounds absolutely amazing and I’m so thrilled to share this post with you all. I have a post from the author discussing what she hopes readers will get from reading the book and then there’s some information about the book and the author.
TW for rape/sexual assault!
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Today’s my review stop for the Ace of Shades blog tour and I am so excited to share my review with you all! This book was amazing and I’m thrilled to have a chance to celebrate its release as a part of the tour. Seriously, if this book interests you at all, you definitely need to pick up a copy ASAP. Make sure you scroll down to the bottom of the page and enter the giveaway – you could win one of five copies of the book!
Before we get into my post, I wanted to give a big thank you to The Fantastic Flying Book Club for having me on the tour!
Good morning, everyone! I hope all of my American followers had a fantastic Thanksgiving yesterday and ate lots of good food! I know I did. 🙂 Today I am very excited to tell you a little bit about Lydia Kang’s latest, The November Girl, and share my review. There’s also a giveaway at the bottom, so be sure to enter for your chance to win a swag pack!
Today I am lucky enough to share my review of Lisa Heathfield’s Paper Butterflies as part of the blog tour being held by Lerner Books. Before you read my review, make sure you check out the Q&A with Lisa that kicked off the tour earlier this week! Lots of interesting stuff in that post 🙂
Published: October 1st, 2017 by Carolrhoda Lab™ | Series: N/A | Length: 424 pages | Genre: YA contemporary | Source: Received ARC from publisher in exchange for an honest review | Content Warning: abuse, racism, death, bullying, incarceration
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Summary from Goodreads:
June’s stepmother physically abuses her, but June can’t find the words to tell anyone. Her only hope is her friendship with Blister, a boy who helps her believe she can escape. Then a shocking tragedy occurs and June finds herself trapped, potentially forever.
Happy Monday, everyone! Today kicks off the blog tour celebrating the release of Tristina Wright’s debut novel, 27 Hours. This YA sci-fi has an all queer cast which is exactly what drew me to it and let me tell you, it didn’t disappoint AT ALL. Check out my review below, as well as the information about the book and author and a giveaway for a pretty awesome bundle!! Be sure to also follow the tour through the following weeks! You can find the full schedule by clicking on the banner above or by clicking here.
Thanks so much to Entangled Teen and Chapter by Chapter for having me on the tour!
Hi, everyone! I’m very happy to have a review for you today as part of the blog tour celebrating the paperback release of The Cresswell Plot by Eliza Wass. Make sure you keep up with all of the posts for the tour which you can find here or by clicking on the banner above. I’ll first tell you a little bit about the book, then there’s my review, some info about Wass, and a giveaway!
Hello, everyone! Today is the final day of the Chapter by Chapter Blog Tour for Jerico Lenk’s novel, The Missing. I’m really excited to have the chance to help promote this book, a YA historical fantasy. This book releases in about a week and a half on October 10th and it sounds fantastic. Jerico has written a post about writing queer characters within a historical setting which I thought was really interesting to read about and, of course, I have some information about the book and author as well as a giveaway for all of you to enter! Let’s get into it, shall we?