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First Reads Friday: Outrun the Moon by Stacey Lee

For some reason, Stacey Lee’s Outrun the Moon slipped through the cracks when I created my 2016 Most Anticipated Stand Alone Novels.  However, I have remedied that situation and been repaid in spades.  Continue reading about this week’s First Reads Friday selection, Stacey Lee’s second novel, Outrun the Moon.

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First Reads Friday: Starflight by Melissa Landers

It’s Melissa Landers week!  We brought you the review of Melissa Lander’s Alienated earlier and Preview today, First Reads Fridays feature one our most anticipated books of 2016, Starflight, which will be out next Tuesday, February 2nd.

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Shadowhunters Invites Us to A Dead Man’s Party in Episode 3

As you are already aware, we’ve been watching and drinking along to Shadowhunters on Freeform Network these past few weeks.  We haven’t been wowed with the writing, the pacing, the script or the CGI, so we’ve mostly been tuning in so that we can drink together.  Let’s explore Episode #3 to see if this show can redeem itself.
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Summary Sunday

Welcome to the first installment of Summary Sunday.  We give you all that’s worth reading in the YA world on the 4th Sunday of every month, so let’s get started following the jump with the good, bad and ugly we found this January 2015!
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First Reads Friday: Sword and Verse by Kathy MacMillan

“One does not entreat the gods through shouted prayers or offerings, but through their greatest gift to us:  writing.”  Doesn’t this line give you chills?  Let’s discuss the upcoming release by first-time author Kathy MacMillan, Sword and Verse, after the jump.  Continue reading “First Reads Friday: Sword and Verse by Kathy MacMillan”

First Reads Friday Presents: Shade Me by Jennifer Brown

Why is Nikki Kill receiving calls from the hospital about someone she doesn’t know?  What does Nikki’s synthesia have to do with it? More on this upcoming myster/thriller after the jump.

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