Fan the Fame by Anna Priemaza: A Geeky Story of Discovery feat. Modern Activism Subtext

I loved reading Priemaza's debut Kat and Meg Conquer the World back in 2017 and have been anxiously waiting for Fan the Flame. And wow--Priemaza brings all the geeky goodness with some familiar names (remember LumberLegs?) but fresh new stories. We have three protagonists and they're at a gaming convention, and throughout the story, each … Continue reading Fan the Fame by Anna Priemaza: A Geeky Story of Discovery feat. Modern Activism Subtext

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Build Your Own Book Box Wrap-Up: How Did the August Box Turn Out?

If you didn't see, I did something a little wacky and hypothetical and fun on Twitter by asking y'all to answer questions on what y'all would want in an imaginary book box. You had no control over which specific item or fandoms, only control over what you thought might be the item or fandom. And … Continue reading Build Your Own Book Box Wrap-Up: How Did the August Box Turn Out?

DNF Review: House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig, an Interesting Concept, but Not For Me

I was definitely wowed by the pretty cover, and am honestly super sad I decided to DNF (Did Not Finish) this. I’m hoping to pick it up at a later date, but given how I have to be ruthless with what I read before I leave for college, it means House of Salt and Sorrows … Continue reading DNF Review: House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig, an Interesting Concept, but Not For Me

Writer Wednesday: Author Interview with Derek Milman on Swipe Right for Murder (+Giveaway!)

Today I'm really excited to have the wonderful Derek Milman on the blog today talking about his sophomore novel, Swipe Right for Murder. Swipe Right for Murder is a gay, on-the-run, fast paced thriller that doesn't hold back on the action--and it's out on August 6th! If you're looking for something darkly comedic, compelling, and … Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Author Interview with Derek Milman on Swipe Right for Murder (+Giveaway!)

Swipe Right for Murder by Derek Milman: A Twisty Thriller feat. The Wrong Place at the Wrong Time

I didn’t realize I wanted to read a thriller, but I wanted to read a thriller. Swipe Right for Murder is a twisty, action-packed, on-the-run type of thriller where you can’t be sure who’s the bad guy, but you know things are going on. It’s full of “everything is going to hell,” teens making bad … Continue reading Swipe Right for Murder by Derek Milman: A Twisty Thriller feat. The Wrong Place at the Wrong Time

Writer Wednesday: Author Interview with James Brandon on Ziggy, Stardust and Me

Y'all! My hiatus is ending soon, but I am still here, as planned, chatting with James Brandon today about his debut, Ziggy, Stardust and Me! Ziggy, Stardust and Me is a LGBTQ+ historical fiction debut set in 1973, an important time in LGBTQ+ history. I've been excited for this YA coming of age story and … Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Author Interview with James Brandon on Ziggy, Stardust and Me

Cover Reveal & Giveaway: Spellhacker, M.K. England’s Genre-Bending Sophomore Novel ✨

Today I'm so excited to host the cover reveal for Spellhacker--the sophomore novel from one of my favorite authors, M.K. England! Their debut The Disasters published last year and it was such a fun and queer space adventure full of high stakes and a loveable found family, I'm immensely excited to read their next book! … Continue reading Cover Reveal & Giveaway: Spellhacker, M.K. England’s Genre-Bending Sophomore Novel ✨

Truly Madly Royally by Debbie Rigaud: An #OwnVoices Royalty Romance Great for Younger Readers

There's a total dearth of diverse royalty romance in YA, and I'm so excited that Truly Madly Royally exists because it's so well needed and just an adorable read in general. It's definitely good for a younger YA audience--totally appropriate for middle school up--as it's super fluffy and cute. I think some older readers may … Continue reading Truly Madly Royally by Debbie Rigaud: An #OwnVoices Royalty Romance Great for Younger Readers

Writer Wednesday: Author Interview with Samantha Hastings on The Last Word (+INTL Giveaway)

If you haven't noticed, I'm definitely on a mini-hiatus of sorts as I try to get myself together to prepare for the start of college (meaning reading all five of my September 3rd book releases before September 3rd). But, I'm still excited to share with you this interview with debut author Samantha Hastings about The … Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Author Interview with Samantha Hastings on The Last Word (+INTL Giveaway)