Review: Hullmetal Girls by Emily Skrutskie

I had high hopes for Hullmetal Girls by Emily Skrutskie. There were quite a few good things about it, but it ultimately did not work for me. I received an eARC of Hullmetal Girls via Netgalley, courtesy…

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The difference in promotion for gay books based on authors

Stepping into the Teen section of my favorite bookstore, I’m bombarded by colorful covers and familiar names. The YA community is exceedingly active online, always heralding their favorite books. I stumble upon a new title—clearly…

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4 YA Series That Could Be the Next Hit Teen TV Drama

When I was a teen, I loved to watch Gossip Girl. It was must-see TV, and I made sure never to miss an episode do that I was able to discuss what happened with my friends. Gossip…

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Review: Pretending He’s Mine by Mia Sosa

Pretending He’s Mine is a trope-loving reader’s dream that revolves around Ashley, who’s had the biggest torch for her brother’s best friend/agent Julian, who has nowhere to go but his place. Forced proximity, realizing dreams and…

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Character Interview: Merritt & Avery, Worth The Wait

In the third book in the “Out in Portland” series, Karelia Stetz-Waters is offering Avery and Merritt a second chance at first love, fifteen years later in Worth The Wait. If this sounds good to you,…

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