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Review: A Gathering Of Shadow

In the spirit of A Conjuring of Light’s release (yep, still on that. You read it and see how you’re reacting to it. It’s the kind of book you can’t stop thinking about) I recently reread A Darker Shade of Magic and A Gathering of Shadows. Yesterday I reposted the thoughts I had posted back when I read ADSOM…… Continue reading Review: A Gathering Of Shadow

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Repost: 36 Thoughts While Reading A Darker Shade Of Magic

Sooooo, if you’re involved in the YA bookish community, you probably know that A Conjuring of Light, the finale to V.E. Schwab’s Shades of Magic series, came out on Monday. And many people, myself included, are flailing over it. I’ll probably post the review for it soon, once I get over how dead inside I…… Continue reading Repost: 36 Thoughts While Reading A Darker Shade Of Magic

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Book Review: My Sister Rosa

ASDFGHJKL THIS. A few things you should know: -Rosa is CREEPY. -Che is wonderful and human and an actual teenage boy. -Leilani? Gahhh she the best… So sarcastic. -EVERYONE IS HUMAN AND I LOVE IT -Except for Rosa. Who is crazy and psychopathic and knows it yet relishes it. -Boxing! Which I didn’t know much…… Continue reading Book Review: My Sister Rosa

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Book Review: Maresi

This book is GORGEOUS. The aesthetics are incredible, and I LOVE aesthetically pleasing books, so this is excellent. It’s set on an island that plays host to an abbey- the Red Abbey- and narrated by one of the novices, a girl named Maresi. She is there because her family couldn’t afford to feed her during…… Continue reading Book Review: Maresi

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Project Canvas

Hi y’all! I’m happy to announce that I will be contributing an article to Project Canvas, a forthcoming anthology of writing advice from teen and young adult writers*! Project Canvas was started by Caroline Meek and Olivia Rogers, two awesome human beings who have written together for six years. It’s pretty much a crowdsourced book, as the…… Continue reading Project Canvas