What I Leave Behind is a young adult, contemporary fiction by Alison McGhee and is set to release on May 15th, 2018 by Atheneum Books. This is one of those reads that make you think a lot after you’ve actually read the book. What I Leave Behind is a contemporary that revolves around Will, a young … Continue reading Blog Tour – What I Leave Behind by Alison McGhee [Review + Giveaway]
Ray Vs The Meaning Of Life is a young adult, realistic fiction by Michael F. Stewart and is set to be published on May 15th, 2018. Ray Vs The Meaning Of Life is the perfect coming of age story mixed with a little philosophy that sits well with the teenage protagonist, and gives enough for … Continue reading Blog Tour – Ray Vs The Meaning Of Life by Michael F. Stewart [Review + Giveaway]
Secondhand Origin Stories is a young adult, science fiction being self published by Lee Blauersouth through Createspace Independent Publishing and was released on March 15th, 2018. Secondhand Origin Stories is a superhero fiction that doesn’t simply include tight suites, godly strength, and world-saving; instead, it’s a journey of four young people who try saving the … Continue reading Blog Tour – Secondhand Origin Stories by Lee Blauersouth (Review)
Our Dark Stars is a science fiction, fantasy by Audrey Grey and Krystal Wade and is set to be published on March 6th, 2018 by Blaze Publishing.
I Stop Somewhere is a young adult, contemporary fiction by T.E. Carter and is set to release on February 27th, 2018 by Feiwel & Friends. I absolutely loved this book and am so happy that a hardback copy of this can be yours! Read my review and enter the giveaway.
At The Edge Of The Universe is a science fiction that focuses on an young adult who’s the only one feeling the universe’s shrinkage while the story revolves around diverse sexualities and wrecking emotions. I loved this book!
The Hazel Wood is a YA fantasy by Melissa Albert and is recently published on January 30th, 2018 by Flatiron Books. This is perfect for the magical, fantasy fans who are always pleasantly surprised by a folklore that hangs in a dark world.
Kids Like Us is a compelling contemporary that highlights an autistic teenager's summer in France, while he makes friends, falls in love and devours madeleines.
Hearts of Resistance by Soraya M. Lane is a story set in the times of World War II that perfectly features, includes and revolves around women. Read my review of this women/historical-fiction.
Just Like The Brontë Sisters is a great title categorized as a women's fiction, by Laurel Osterkamp and is published on November 11th, 2017. Read the review of this amazing book and an exclusive excerpt form it.