Hey readers! I have some exciting news to share 😉 Carrie and I will be returning to the Texas Teen Book Festival this year!!! After a lot of discussion, thought, and saving up, we finally were able to say yes, and start planning our bookish excursion. We are thrilled that we get to return after how much fun we had last yeat. It was truly … Continue reading Exciting News!
The First Time She Drowned by Kerry Kletter can be summed up in one word; phenomenal. It is a beautiful story with characters full of emotion, pain, and the most real qualities that make up a person. Kletter crafts this heartbreaking story with elegant finesse, the likes of which I haven’t seen done in a book in a long time. There is something so unique … Continue reading The First Time She Drowned Book Review!
Check out the awesome book trailer for Adriana Mather’s debut novel “How To Hang A Witch!” …………………………………………………………………………. Our Review: This trailer is a wonderful portrayal of what awaits readers in this fantastic book! The characters all look wonderful, and resemble to world so well. Everything from the color scheme, to the camera angles and mysterious settings- this trailer is definitely a win! …………………………………………………………………………. About the … Continue reading How To Hang A Witch Book Trailer!
There are some books that make you cry, books that make you laugh, books that make you fall in love, and now and then you read a book that fills you with hope and understanding. I was lucky enough to read an ARC of this book, and that is what I have found in the pages of Kathleen Glasgow’s debut novel “Girl in Pieces.” _ … Continue reading Girl in Pieces BOOK REVIEW
“How to Hang a Witch” is the phenomenal novel from debut author Adriana Mather! The story is unlike any I have read before, and I found myself turning the pages like a mad man, totally consumed by this book. Mather’s story is a unique look into the world of Salem, and one girls journey into her family history to make sense of the past that … Continue reading “How to Hang a Witch” Book Review!
I cannot thank Justine Magazine enough for my wonderful job that has granted me all these ARCS. I received, and to my delight, and ARC of “The King Slayer” by Virginia Boecker. “The King Slayer” is the sequel that “slays”, as it picks up from where former witch hunter Elizabeth Grey’s story left off in “The Witch Hunter.” Boecker world of magic and war faces … Continue reading “The King Slayer” Book Review
So I have some exciting news to share with you all! The (Baton Rouge) Advocate has done a piece on me and the blog which has been released today! We did an interview, pictures, and the experience was quite amazing! I am so excited to share this with everyone! I can’t put to words how much this opportunity means to me! For people to take … Continue reading Featured in The Advocate!
In conjunction with the release of the new book The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend by Katarina Bivald, Sourcebooks is sponsoring the “Readers, Recommend Your Bookstore” campaign, which will give grant money to three nominated bookstores. Continue reading Recommend Your Favorite Bookstore
Cindy Pon is the author of the YA fantasy novel Serpentine, as well as two Kingdom of Xia novels, Silver Phoenix and Fury of the Phoenix. Her stories bring rich, diverse characters and settings to YA literature. As a student of Chinese brush art, Cindy is also working on her first picture book for children. After meeting Cindy at the Texas Teen Book Festival, … Continue reading Interview with Cindy Pon
Hey guys! In honor of The Awakened by Sara Santana being released today, The Book Academy is proud to present to you, as part of The Awakened BLOG TOUR, my review and interview with the author! Link to PURCHASE: http://www.amazon.com/The-Awakened-Duology-Book-ebook/dp/B017AD8K9W *If you purchase a Kindle Copy or Paperback Copy of THE AWAKENED you get a FREE signed Bookmark! In order to claim your bookmark, you must … Continue reading The Awakened BLOG TOUR: Review/Interview