We’re just over a week away from A Wrinkle In Time movie and I AM SO READY.
The movie looks amazing and I am thrilled to see what Ava DuVernay has done with one of my childhood favorites! For that and many other reasons, I was thrilled we were picked to be part of the blog tour and am here to share my favorite quotes with you.
Happy Tiffany D. Jackson Day! We’re celebrating Tiffany and her books in two different ways on the blog and in person today.
Most importantly, it’s Book Club Day–the best day of the month! Tonight, we will be discussing Tiffany D. Jackson’s 2017 novel, Allegedly, in person at our Tampa Book Club with some of our favorites. Allegedly is a study in unreliable narrators and one of my favorite books of 2017. I highly recommend you pick it up. It will leave you reeling for days after you finish it.
We are also celebrating Tiffany on the blog. Today she is giving us her book recommendations for Black History Month. In addition, we’re going to delve into her upcoming novel, Monday’s Not Coming. This book sounds like a full-blown mystery and if Allegedly is any indicator, we are in for a heck of a ride! Let’s hop on over to find out more about Monday and Tiffany’s Black History Month book recommendations!
The premise of A Blade So Black can be summed up into one simple sentence: “What if Buffy fell into Wonderland instead of Alice?” Combine that with a bada$$ black girl on the cover and a release date of MY BIRTHDAY and I LITERALLY CAN’T WAIT FOR THIS BOOK. I was so excited that LL agreed to give us some recommendations because I admire her tireless work in our online YA community so much. I was thrilled we could have a small snippet of her time. LL has focused on books she read when we was younger, so be prepared to topple your TBR with some classics!
We are just a few days from the publishing of Ink, Iron, and Glass by Gwendolyn Clare and we are lucky enough to have Gwen here on the blog sharing her BOOK FANCAST. So you may ask: WHY should you pick up Ink, Iron, and Glass this Tuesday? Well, here are just a FEW reasons:
- Steampunk Fantasy!
- Scriptology–a NEW form of science which includes lots of world building and rules
- Alternative 19th century Italy!
- Secret societies!
- A strong female lead that may be destined to save the world
- Gorgeous boys haunted by their past