Isla Is (Coming) Here Blog Tour | Graphic Novels Recommended Reading

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Here is the thing -- I am the absolute worst at doing things on time, especially when I am facing some life distractions. No details here, but suffice to say this post is a day late and a dollar short and my apologies to everyone who expected it on Wednesday (sidebar: how is it already Thursday). … [continue]

Greenglass House by Kate Milford | Book Review

I love that Kate Milford’s books trust that children will be intelligent. I love that they are complex stories with interesting characters and themes. Greenglass House by Kate Milford is a wintery read with quite the mystery to unravel and a rather fascinating cast of characters. Milo is looking forward to vacation and some time alone […]

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Counting By 7s by Holly Goldberg Sloan | Book Review

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Counting By 7s by Holly Goldberg Sloan sat on my TBR pile for an embarrassing amount of time. I mean, it had been on my pile for over a year which is kind of sad given that I obtained it at BEA 2013 and was super excited to read it. I mean, it’s a middle grade […]

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Silver Shadows by Richelle Mead | Audiobook Review

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Richelle Mead is one of my favorite young adult authors. You know how people can be brand loyal? Well I am series loyal. That’s right. I read the hell out of Vampire Academy and right now I am reading the hell out of the Bloodlines series and will be eagerly anticipating each new addition until the very end. I started Bloodlines by reading the physical books, but then right around book three, The Indigo Spell, I began to listen to the audiobooks and now I eagerly anticipate each new audiobook addition to the series. When an email showed up from the wonderful Penguin Random House Audiobook people offering me a review copy of Silver Shadows, I absolutely POUNCED because, I am loyal to this series and was desperate for the next chapter in Sydney and Adrian’s saga.

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Broken Hearts, Fences, And Other Things To Mend by Katie Finn | Book Review

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Sometimes when it is summer you just need a light and fun beach read. Broken Hearts, Fences, And Other Things To Mend by Katie Finn aka Morgan Matson is a super breezy read.

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How To Meet Boys by Catherine Clark | Book Review

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I decided to give How To Meet Boys a shot because it was a wicked short book with a summer-looking cover so I kind of figured it would get me in the mood for summer. Also? I just love light contemporary books. Unfortunately, I never totally gelled with How To Meet Boys.

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Micol Ostow on Favorite Horror Novels + Giveaway

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I would LOVE to welcome Micol Ostow to Good Books & Good Wine today! Micol is author of upcoming YA horror novel, Amity and she’s here to share her favorite horror novels with us. Stick around to the end to win a signed copy of Amity! Ooh, I love this topic, because, as you may have […]

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Don’t Even Think About It by Sarah Mlynowski | Audiobook Review

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I figured that Don’t Even Think About It would be a fun and light read that wouldn’t require a whole lot out of me. Sometimes you just need an easy listen audiobook and this was the one for me.

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Poisoned Apples: Poems For You, My Pretty by Christine Heppermann | Book Review

When it comes to Poisoned Apples: Poems For You, My Pretty by Christine Heppermann, I’m not gonna lie, I didn’t entirely “get” it. But that’s not to say this book is without merit. The poems are accessible and well written. The themes run pretty deep and I think a lot of girls can relate to these […]

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Kiss Of Broken Glass by Madeleine Kuderick | Book Review

I’m really into books written in free verse. I love that young adult authors are able to play with form, eliminate the BS and get right to the heart of a story with verse. To be honest, when Kiss Of Broken Glass by Madeleine Kuderick crossed my threshold, I was not entirely sure about reading it […]

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