Micol Ostow on Favorite Horror Novels + Giveaway

I would LOVE to welcomeMicol 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 […]

Homeroom Diaries Doodling Diarist Prize Pack Giveaway

Man oh man do I love giveaway days on Good Books & Good Wine! Today’s awesome giveaway features a book, a super cool sketchbook AND DRAWING PENS, which okay amuses me to absolutely no end. So, get your creative on and enter to win using the rafflecopter at the bottom of this post. HOMEROOM DIARIES […]

The Impossible Knife of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson | Book Review

I remember reading about this on a few blogs and dying to get my hands on it. The premise sounded great and like something I would really enjoy. Unfortunately, I had been trying not to buy new books lately since I have so many unread in my apartment, and so I did not get it […]

Something Like Normal Trish Doller Book Review

Y’all, I am thrilled that I got to read Something Like Normal by Trish Doller early because I think it’s about to become my next PUSH ON PEOPLE book. I want to get loud about Something Like Normal. I want Trish Doller’s debut to get the sort of attention that paranormal debuts normally get, because you […]

Review: Mad Love by Suzanne Selfors

I’ve always enjoyed reading contemporary books and I’ve enjoyed reading fantasy books and paranormal books. Magical realism, however, is something that I feel doesn’t get enough play in YA. However, Suzanne Selfors blends magic and reality masterfully in Mad Love. I don’t go into a whole lot of books with loads of expectations, so I […]

Review: Fixing Delilah by Sarah Ockler

Delilah’s life is pretty messed up. She was a relatively good student, who rarely got in trouble. However, with the culmination of accidentally stealing lipstick, having a dirty photo of her show up on a school gossip blog, and getting caught out past curfew, it is clear something is wrong and she is in need […]