(A monthly wrap up with a twist.) P.S: YUP, April! 🤪 “ There was money in fear, and money in blood, and there was nothing the Suzerain liked better than a fat tribute and a city the remembered who kept them safe.” In the Alskad Empire, nearly all are born with a twin, two halves to…… Continue reading Quotes I Devoured This Month: April 2018
Blurb To find her Muse, she must first find herself. Sylvia Baker used to live for music: constantly listening to artists like M83 and Moonlight Bride, writing songs, and playing drums in a band. But now, the soundtrack of her life is silence. If she lets the music back in, she’s worried she will return…… Continue reading Book Review- Hurry up, We’re Dreaming (The Muse Chronicles #2): A fantastic sequel that focuses on rediscovering oneself and realizing that salvation comes from within.
Own Voices: Queer Latinx Women YA Fantasy Novel Third person Omniscient Narration + Dual POV La Pradera is a magical garden that the Nomeolvides women curate. Those women are a generation of 5 girls, and their mothers, and their Grandmas. La Pradera is a cursed land that vanishes any person who is truly loved by…… Continue reading Book Review of Wild Beauty: Flowers, Friendship, Love, Greed and a tragic legacy.
Romeo and Juliet. Hamlet. Macbeth. Everyone has heard their names. Everyone knows their stories. But you’ve never seen them like this. In this collection, some of the hottest names in YA today reimagine ten of Shakespeare’s best-known plays and sonnets for a new audience. From sci-fi adventures on distant moons to modern magic found…… Continue reading Book Review: Perchance to Dream ~ A YA Shakespeare Retelling Anthology
Rumor Mora fears two things: hellhounds too strong for him to kill, and failure. Jude Welton has two dreams: for humans to stop killing monsters, and for his strange abilities to vanish. But in no reality should a boy raised to love monsters fall for a boy raised to kill them. Nyx Llorca…… Continue reading Book Review: 27 Hours by Tristina Wright
Why I write. When I first read the question, my mind drew a blank. Why do I write? And how does it tie to my identities? It’s not so much to see myself reflected in fiction. As an abled-bodied cis white girl, I’ve been fairly blessed on that account. Characters might never be quite like…… Continue reading WHY I WRITE??? #5 ft Claudie Arseneault