Helpful + (Un)Helpful Writing Advice (Guest Post by SJ Kincaid, author of The Diabolic)

  The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid has been one of my most anticipated reads of 2016. If you haven’t heard of this new epic YA novel, The Diabolic follows Nemesis, a humanoid created to protect one person no matter the circumstances. As part of a plan to save the life of her charge, Nemesis gets …

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Maggie’s Kitchen Blog Tour: Guest Post by Caroline Beecham

I was delighted to be asked to take part in the blog tour for Caroline Beecham’s novel, Maggie’s Kitchen. A story combining friendship and food set against a country in wartime – Maggie’s Kitchen has all the ingredients needed to deliver an intriguing read. I loved reading this book for the authentic historical vibe but …

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The Boundless Sublime Tour: Guest Post by Lili Wilkinson

I’m so lucky today to be sharing with you all a guest post by author Lili Wilkinson! Her new book The Boundless Sublime is out now. The Boundless Sublime is one of those books which will make you stop and think. It’s scary and wonderful and a book which I couldn’t put down. And if …

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Non Pratt’s Top 5 YA! (Guest Post + Review of Remix)

Welcome to my stop on the Remix blog tour hosted by Walker Books Australia. To celebrate the release of Remix by Non Pratt, I’m lucky enough to share with you all a guest post by Non featuring some of her favourite Aussie YA novels. Also, be sure to read to the end of this post …

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#Weightless Blog Tour (Guest Post by Sarah Bannan and Review)

  Today I have a surprise for you all. As part of Bloomsbury’s #Weightless Blog Tour, I have a guest post from author Sarah Bannon to share with you where she shares stories (and photos!) of her own high school years! ¬†Guest Post by Sarah Bannan – author of Weightless   Most of the photos …

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Guest Post: Reaper’s Rhythm by Clare Davidson

Today I’m lucky enough to be sharing a guest post by Clare Davidson – the author of Reaper’s Rhythm! She’s written a guest post about why she hopped genres. Don’t forget to check out the tour wide giveaway at the end of the post. Why I hopped genres?¬† My first novel, Trinity, was a straight …

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Guest Post: Wide Awake by Shelly Crane

Author Shelly Crane has stopped by with a guest post for the Wide Awake Blog Tour! Top 10 1) Favorite food? Alfredo 2) Favorite color? Teal 3) Favorite place? A beach house 4) Favorite music genre? Rock! 5) Favorite band/song? Snow Patrol/Chasing Cars 6) Favorite book genre? YA 7) Favorite book? Vampire Academy by Rachelle …

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