Here’s the thing about the summary of A Divided Mind, by M. Billiter: It’s super short. As in, basically one paragraph. But it’s also intriguing as hell. So of course that made me want to know more about the book, as well as the person behind the book. And since the author of the book… Continue Reading →
Few people are unfamiliar with the name “Audrey Hepburn.” At the same time, few people are as devoted to finding Audrey’s style of love as the main character of Happy LaShelle’s new book, According to Audrey, appears to be. The story sounds super sweet, and I can’t wait to read it; I’m sure you’ll agree… Continue Reading →
I love regularly reading tips and advice articles in certain subjects — particularly writing and publishing. I don’t always need the information right then, but I know that it’ll eventually come in handy. Or at least, I hope it will. I know there are a lot of other people out there who feel the same… Continue Reading →
Erica Kiefer’s young adult novel The Second Window falls into two genres: Suspense and Romance. I haven’t read it yet, but you can bet it’s on my list.
I have another book authored by Meg Cabot to recommend today! I know, I’ve talked about her quite a bit lately. Well, twice prior to this–in a recommendation for Boy Next Door and when I told you about how she’s influenced my writing. Still, three times in the span of a little more than a… Continue Reading →