Blog Tour | RECOMMENDED FOR YOU

I’m beyond excited to be participating in the official blog tour for Recommended For You by Laura Silverman!

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Blog Tour | IRON HEART

Last year I read and loved Nina Varela’s debut, Crier’s War, and this year I’m so excited to be a stop on the blog tour for the second book in the duology, Iron Heart.

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Review | You Had Me At Hola

After being trashed all over tabloids for a messy breakup, up-and-coming actress Jasmine Lin Rodriguez is ecstatic to start over on a new soap opera.

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Blog Tour | 10 Things I Hate About Pinky

10 Things I Hate About Pinky Blog Tour hosted by Sandhya's Sweethearts

Pinky Kumar feels like she can’t quite live up to her perfect, lawyer parents, but she’s passionate about social justice and proud of her ability to create change.

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Review | Felix Ever After

Felix Love is worried he’ll never get his happily-ever-after–not when it comes to romance, or to his family, or to his art, or even to his own identity.

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Review | It Sounded Better in My Head

Post-high school life isn’t going exactly the way Natalie thought it would: first, her parents announce their divorce, and worse, everyone is being calm and collected about it when Natalie feels anything but.

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Review | Rules for Being a Girl

Marin’s senior year is going perfectly: she’s got a great boyfriend and friends, she’s on track to get into her dream college, and she’s the editor of her school newspaper, where she’s mentored by her cool, young teacher Mr. Beckett. But Marin’s just-about-perfect life is shaken up when Mr. Beckett, or “Bex,” hits on her–and worse, no one believes her.

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Review | What I Like About You

Halle has spent years cultivating her online persona: “Kels,” a confident YA book blogger who bakes stunning cupcakes inspired by book covers and has a huge online following. After moving in with her grandpa, Halle has carefully crafted a plan to finish senior year strong, keep blogging & baking, and earn a spot at NYU so she can pursue her dream of working in publishing.

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Review | Harley in the Sky

Every reader has that one author that seems to be writing books just for them. For me, Akemi Dawn Bowman is that author. Starfish and Summer Bird Blue felt so personal to me as a biracial Asian reader who spent so long looking for characters like me in YA–not to mention how authentically her books have handled mental health and identity.

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