Do you have good reasons for being afraid of reading a book? I think I do. What do you say?
With retellings, authors can make fairytales modern, more just, and more inclusive. Actually, they can add more magic while making the stories feel more real. | Let me tell you about three "Cinderella" spinoffs in this post!
One family, many different reading routines, my affinities with each of them. *** In this mini series, I explain how reading has been a way to connect with my family members for my whole life.
Mayhem, a YA paranormal novel by Estelle Laure, is out today. Find out basic info about the book, an excerpt, a special letter from the author, and a Q&A in this post | Spoiler: I loved Estelle's answers!
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Fantasy | Contemporary | YA | 'A Song Below Water' is a complex read with real eye-opening teenager voices.
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Fantasy | MG | A sweet book set in a cool sea-related world (with dragons and a lot of magic) that weaves friendship, daughter-and-mother love, and adventure.
June sounds like the perfect month for a quiet, cozy TBR. That's why I'm joining the JuneReReadathon! The goal? Re-read at least four of my favorite books.
Fairy-tale retelling | YA | Take a huge dose of 'Caraval' vibe, mix it with light 'The Night Circus' enchantment, sprinkle it with a good bit of 'Alice In Wonderland' story style, add a pinch of 'Mulan' dynamics, throw in a bucket of crucial life messages, adapt it all as a sequel-slash-retelling of 'Cinderella'... And you get Stepsister. As marvelous as that.