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Caleb Roehrig

White Rabbit Blog Tour

Imagine combining the slasher qualities of 90’s movies like Scream seamlessly with the warm haziness of unrequited love from an 80’s John Hughes flick and a road trip so surreal it would give Hunter S. Thompson a run for his money.  This is the magic of White Rabbit. Caleb Roehrig’s second YA book is another foray into mystery, but that’s where the comparisons ends with this sophomore book. Mischievous, sarcastic and a totally wild ride, find out all the reasons you should be picking up White Rabbit when it releases next month.

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One To Watch Books: Your Guide to April YA Releases

It’s April and depending on where you are in the world, it’s starting to feel like spring. Whether you’re waiting for the last winter snow to thaw or packing your swimsuit for Spring Break, we’ve got your next read with our April One To Watch Books!

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May Cover Reveals

There were more cover reveals than there were days in the month of May, so you want to prepare yourself for this post.  Find some shade, a hammock, slather on some sunscreen, bust out a margarita, open up several Goodreads tabs, and get ready to kick off the summer with amazing cover reveals.

For those new to our cover reveals feature, here’s a short tutorial on what to expect:

  1. The name of the book and author or authors–The name will be hyperlinked to the cover reveal announcement, many of which have excerpts and giveaways.
  2. The expected publication date–this is subject to change, but will give you an idea on the expected wait.
  3. Goodreads link–to add to your TBR.
  4. Cover picture!

So without further ado, here are last month’s glorious cover reveals!

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International Missing Children’s Day

Tomorrow, May 25th is designated as International Missing Children’s Day.  Launched as a joint venture between the International Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the United States’ Center for Missing and Exploited Children in 1983, this day is for remembering missing and abducted children and celebrating those that have been recovered. The NCMEC has asked that you #RockOneSock to help raise awareness for missing kids.

 

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One To Watch Books: Your Guide to October YA Releases

October is a frightful, pumpkin-spiced month. But there’s nothing scary about the YA titles we’re featuring. Here are your One To Watch Books for the month.

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