Blonde Ops by Charlotte Bennardo and Natalie Zaman hit store shelves this week. It looks like a fun read, so check back next week for my review.
Expelled from yet another boarding school for hacking, sixteen-year-old Rebecca “Bec” Jackson is shipped off to Rome to intern for Parker Phillips, the editor-in-chief of one of the world’s top fashion magazines. But when a mysterious accident lands Parker in a coma, former supermodel and notorious drama queen Candace Worthington takes the reins of the magazine. The First Lady is in Rome for a cover shoot, and all hands are on deck to make sure her visit goes smoothly.Read more
Spring is here! And what better way to spend those spring showers than with a good book from Entangled Teen? We are excited to be announcing the release of D. R. Rosensteel’s, Psi Another Day, which readers are already raving about!
THERE’S A NEW SUPERHERO IN TOWN.Read more
A Girl Called Fearless is the debut novel by Catherine Linka. It looks awesome, and I’ll have a review next week. Check out the blurb; it hits shelves tomorrow.
Avie Reveare has the normal life of a privileged teen growing up in L.A., at least as normal as any girl’s life is these days. After a synthetic hormone in beef killed fifty million American women ten years ago, only young girls, old women, men, and boys are left to pick up the pieces. The death threat is past, but fathers still fear for their daughters’ safety, and the Paternalist Movement, begun to “protect” young women, is taking over the choices they make.Read more
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Good morning, Kimberly! Describe yourself in five words or less.
[Kimberly Loth] Adventurous mom who loves chocolate.
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you tell us a little about Kissed?Read more
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This is the third novel of Gwen Heasley’s that I’ve read. I enjoyed it, too, with just a few caveats. The first being that I felt Don’t Call Me Baby is written for a younger a audience than her previous works, but then again, maybe that’s because Imogen isn’t from the same privileged background that Corinne is from. Imogen doesn’t have Corinne’s sense of entitlement, or her abrasive personality. Definitely a plus! The other reservation, and this is by no means negative – I am a blogger, so I could see both sides of Imogen’s conundrum, as well as her mother’s. This made it easier for me to sympathize with both of them, but if you have no interest in blogging, some aspects of the story might bore you.Read more
I invited Cassandra Rose Clarke, author of The Wizard’s Promise, to share 5 reasons her heroine Hanna would find real life adventures not quite as fun as the adventures from her favorite stories -Read more