Save your pennies up since September 18th is one of those days you can go broke at the bookstore! There’s lots of good stuff by a whole bunch of diverse folks so everyone can find something! Share on Facebook
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In the last Book Beat, I recapped my favorite books of 2018…so far. It’s only fitting that I look ahead and chat about the books I can’t wait to get my eyeballs on! Almost all of these are veteran authors for me with one lone debut author.
Anyone else still recovering from all the crazy fun at YALLWest this past weekend? Books, authors and friends made for a packed weekend at the annual book festival in Santa Monica. Here’s how my weekend went down! Share on Facebook
Happy new year! 2017 was a low in so many ways, but there were some truly great books moving us forward. If you have some gift cards burning a hole in your wallet, you can pick up some of my favorite books of 2017 or look to some great
It’s been a great year for books with so many terrific voices offering new perspectives. Here’s my look back at my favorites, organized by book craving. Remember books make great gifts and (rumor has it) the last day to to ship to ensure pre-Christmas arrival with regular shipping
Any time a new Marie Lu book is out in the world, we have a cause for celebration! Warcross kicks off a terrific new futuristic series. I also have a look at Laini Taylor’s novella, Night of Cake and Puppets, will be available for the first as a
Can you believe we’re almost done with 2016? Yeah, good riddance. While this isn’t the best year, there were some remarkable books that helped make this year tolerable. These are my books I read in 2016 so a few came out last year and there are some
So many good books come out this month! You may go broke with all the books published on October 4th, so here are my quick takes so you can find what suits you best. I’m off to New York Comic Con next week! Say hello if you
The final book in Marie Lu’s The Young Elites trilogy arrives on October 11th! If you haven’t started this series, you should know that it breaks so many storytelling norms. First of all, it’s about the villain. (Da da DUN!!!) Share on Facebook
Last weekend, I made my first trip to YALLFest, a huge Young Adult book festival which hosts over 60 authors for panels and signings in Charleston, SC. I’ve been hearing so much about it, I decided to take a trip down South and had a great time!