#YADiversityBookClub: Don’t Fail Me Now

In the YA Diversity Book Club, we chat about the latest YA books that celebrate diversity. Our book club includes Sandie @ Teen Lit Rocks, Kristan @ We Heart YA and Kristina @ Gone Pecan. Each month we’ll focus on one book with a book review (our discussion chat) and bonus features. Our October book club pick is Una LaMarche’s DON’T FAIL ME NOW. Fun […]

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Pretending to Dance by Diane Chamberlain

In Pretending to Dance, Molly and her husband are preparing to adopt a baby through open adoption. This process brings up some painful family memories for Molly- secrets that Molly fears will threaten the adoption as well as her marriage. The synopsis of this one really drew me in- I was so curious to know […]

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Audiobook Review: A Window Opens by Elisabeth Egan

A Window Opens is Elisabeth Egan’s debut novel. Egan is the books editor at Glamour magazine and she draws on her personal work experience for this book. It’s about a magazine editor who experiences culture shock when she starts working for retail giant Scroll. I’ve had my eye on this book because I like workplace […]

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Audiobook Giveaway: CARRY ON by Rainbow Rowell (Signed!)

I’m so thrilled to partner with Macmillan Audio on this awesome giveaway! I think audiobooks and Rainbow Rowell are a winning combination, and in fact listening is my preferred way to experience her books. Carry On is Rainbow Rowell’s latest and I’m planning to dive into it this weekend. (Have you read it yet?!) If […]

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Audiobooks: 13 Haunting Listens

Do you enjoy a scary read or two in October? I do add a little horror to the mix during the Halloween season, and I think audiobooks can even make the reading experience scarier. Sometimes the really scary ones make me a paranoid listener, where I’m looking over my shoulder during the suspenseful season. But […]

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