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First Reads Friday: Undead Girl Gang Blog Tour

Today is First Reads Friday, which means we give you the rundown on an upcoming book.  Usually, the rundown is in the form of a review, but this week is going to be a little different.  We’re going to feature some creative content for an upcoming book, namely, Lily Anderson’s forthcoming Undead Girl Gang.

This isn’t Lily Anderson‘s first time on the blog, but that’s because we love her words and wit and her books in general. To top it off, Undead Girl Gang was one of my most anticipated books of the year, so I immediately agreed to host a date on this blog tour without ever having read the book.  As I was seeking inspiration for this post and reading the book, I realized that this was going to be one of my favorite books of the year.  From witchy vigilante justice, to dedicated and positive girl friendships to back-handed comments about racism in a small town, a strong focus on Wicca, body positivity and being yourself, I can’t pinpoint one thing I loved above all else in this book, it was a perfect potion! I am thrilled to tell you a little bit more about this book and then match up characters to their corresponding enamel pins.

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Review Tour: Spindle Fire by Lexa Hillyer

In anticipation for the release of Winter Glass, which releases NEXT WEEK (FINALLY!!), today we review the first book in this duology, Spindle Fire!

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Black History Month: Recommendations from Ibi Zoboi

As the daughters of immigrants, Ibi Zoboi’s 2017 release, American Street, touched us both with it’s representation of immigration, the perils and heartbreak of detainment, adjusting to life in the United States while learning to rely on yourself in new and unexpected ways. We were thrilled to discover that not only does Ibi have a tremendous backlist of short stories  for us to discover, but she recently announced Pride, a love story inspired by Pride and Prejudice that takes place in Bushwick, New York, and also that she will be the editor of a compilation called Black Enough: Stories of Black Teenhood in America.  Let’s find out more about Ibi, American Street and what books Ibi read that inspired Fabiola’s unforgettable story.

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You’ll Miss Me When I’m Gone Blog Tour + Giveaway

Welcome to day number two of the You’ll Miss Me When I’m Gone Blog Tour AND day number two of this book baby being in the world!  Thank you to the Fantastic Flying Book Club for putting this amazingly diverse tour together!  We are absolutely ecstatic to have author Rachel Lynn Solomon with on the blog today.  She was generous enough to take the time to answer questions about her book, her writing process AND give a pep talk for all those writing books in the new year (we even made her decide which characters she likes best!).  You’ll Miss Me When I’m Gone is a YA contemporary story about teen sisters dealing with their mortality, their relationship, and teen life, in general, the firsts, the good and the bad.  Find out more after the jump!

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Not Now, Not Ever Blog Tour + Giveaway

Lily Anderson’s follow-up to The Only Thing Worse Than Me Is You will be out next Tuesday, November 21st.  Her second novel, entitled Not Now, Not Ever, is a modern story inspired by Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest. Today, we are THRILLED to have Lily here with us on the blog talking about her upcoming novel, plus some tips and tricks to help inspiring writers, especially those that just passed the half-way mark in NaNoWriMo!!!

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The Speaker Blog Tour

With just four days until The Speaker hits shelves, I’ve got a sneak peek at my favorite quotes from the book! If you’re not familiar with the Sea of Ink and Gold series and the first book in the trilogy, The Reader, check out my book review, Reread Blog Tour Stop and #MusicMonday post to get you motivated to to binge on this amazing fantasy series this weekend in anticipation of The Speaker’s release on Tuesday.

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