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Book Review: The Rules and Regulations for Mediating Myth & Magic

It’s very possible that I’m a bit of an F.T. Lukens fangirl. Seriously. I mean… you’ve probably already noticed this. But there’s good reason for it! For one, I’m in love with her Broken Moon series. For two, now we … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ghosts & Ashes, by F.T. Lukens

You may remember that about a year ago, I was given the opportunity to preview a copy of F.T. Lukens’s first YA SF novel, The Star Host. I was thrilled when she contacted me to ask if I’d like to … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal: Heavyweight, by MB Mulhall

Secrets. Their weight can be crushing, but their release can change everything—and not necessarily for the better. Ian is no stranger to secrets. Being a gay teen in a backwater southern town, Ian must keep his orientation under wraps, especially … Continue reading

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YA Highway: Road Trip Wednesday! Best book of July…

Road Trip Wednesday is a ‘Blog Carnival,’ where YA Highway’s contributors post a weekly writing- or reading-related question that begs to be answered. In the comments, you can hop from destination to destination and get everybody’s unique take on the … Continue reading

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Free books! Check out The Universal Mirror, by Gwen Perkins!

Let me admit here, before we begin, that I’m biased. Gwen’s a friend, and I have loved her writing and the creativity of her plotting since before her first book hit print. Now that that’s out of the way, I’m … Continue reading

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The Top Three

I recently bumped into a link for one of my favorite novels growing up (it’s been reissued), and decided I’d like to share my top three YA novels from when I was a teen. Admittedly, two of them predate my … Continue reading

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