ARC Review: The Merciful Crow by Margaret Owen | interesting world, but not the most memorable

The Merciful Crow by Margaret Owen “There was one way off this road, and that was to walk it to its end.” To be published July 30, 2019 by Henry Holt 384 pages Genre: YA fantasy Date finished: July 16, 2019 Content warnings: plague, gore goodreads Summary: A future chieftain Fie abides by one rule: look …

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The future of YA (part 1) | changing trends and mainstream books

So this post is coming a little later - and a little different - than I originally intended, but here it is nonetheless! With this post, I'm starting a series that's all about the future of YA. Originally, it was just going to be one post, but that ended up being WAY too long, so …

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Book recommendations based on my top 5 Marvel movies

This summer, I've been spending a lot of time rewatching all of the movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe with a friend who's never seen them before. I've never been the hugest Marvel fan, but I did see many of the movies in theatres, and it's been nice to watch them in the proper order …

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ARC Review: This Is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone | a love story through time and space

This Is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone “I want to meet you in every place I ever loved.” To be published July 16, 2019 by Saga Press 208 pages Genre: science fiction Date finished: June 20, 2019 Content warnings: war, violence, gore goodreads Summary: Among the ashes of a …

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Writing update #8 | July Camp NaNoWriMo + starting over…again

Wow, it's been almost three months since my last writing update. Oops. How do I do this again? Despite the fact that I haven't been talking about it, I have actually written a fair amount since April. May was fairly slow, but June went pretty well, and my WIP is sitting at just over 50k …

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