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The answer to Juliet’s epic ques­tion “What’s in a name?” is sim­ple: A lot. Sure, yes, okay, The Bard was right about one thing – a rose will always smell like a rose even if you call it a pickle. But names of char­ac­ters in our favourite books, well, that’s a whole dif­fer­ent story (no pun intended) and writ­ers put a great deal of effort into choos­ing their char­ac­ters’ names.

from These Paper Hearts

Review: Stolen Songbird

YA Book Review: Stolen Songbird by Danielle L. Jensen - The world of Trollus was a wonderful place to read about. The author described it well without it being too much information. I can’t wait to read more about Cécile and Tristan in the next book! The ending to Stolen Songbird wasn’t really a cliffhanger but it really makes me want the second book now. Recommended for readers who enjoy reading books with Fantasy, Magic, Romance, Young Adult - 5 Stars - Click through to the blog to read…

Pre-Squee about... Joyride by Anna Banks - coming June 2015 from Feiwel & Friends - and I can't wait!


Finding Audrey

Book-lovers have plenty of reasons to be excited this month! Along with brand-new books by bestselling authors like Judy Blume, Stephen King, and Sophie Kinsella, there are also several celebrity-penned titles hitting shelves in June. Aziz Ansari tackles

How to contact book reviewers - after publishing a book, there’s this tricky little problem most authors have to overcome: getting people to read and review it. Fortunately, there’s an entire segment of the blogging populace that not only does this very thing but can help you build your author street cred: book review bloggers.

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Review: Bird Box by Josh Malerman

My Review for Bird Box by Josh Malerman. The best horror novel I've read this year!