Tag Archive: Debut

Book Review: Splinter in the Blood by Ashley Dyer

ashley | The ARC of ​​Splinter in​ the Blood by Ashley Dyer kind of slipped into the cracks of my to read pile, and now that I’ve read it, in kicking myself for… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Allegedly by Tiffany D. Jackson

ashley | I knew going into Allegedly by Tiffany D. Jackson that it was going to be a hard book to read, but I thought that difficulty would be more because of the awful thing Mary… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The Strays by Emily Bitto

ashley | There’s something I find so mesmerizing and fascinating about the bohemian artist’s life and that magic is brought to life in The Strays by Emily Bitto. I felt so swept up in this book,… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The German Girl by Armando Lucas Correa

veronica | The German Girl by Armando Lucas Correa was everything I hoped it would be. Correa wrote an exceptional novel, telling the story of a family torn asunder by fascism, horror and hatred… Continue reading

Arc Book Review: Girl In Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow

ashley | It may not be the healthiest of habits, but I’m endlessly drawn to broken people. Girl in Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow grabbed me in title alone. A story about a girl… Continue reading

Book Review: The Midnight Watch by David Dyer

veronica | When I first came across The Midnight Watch by David Dyer, I had high hopes, I felt that I would automatically love it, afterall, who didn’t love James Cameron’s Titanic? But… Continue reading

Book Review: Still Mine by Amy Stuart

ashley | I’ve been trying to get my hands on a copy of Still Mine by Amy Stuart for a few months now. I read a great blurb in a magazine that caught… Continue reading

The Dream Engine by Leah Karloff

ashley | The Dream Engine is another book that we were pitched, by author Leah Karloff, a student from the UK. I am absolutely loving how many young authors are approaching us these… Continue reading

Book Review: Twin Reflections

ashley | Like other reviewers, when Elizabeth Joseph contacted me to read and review her first YA fantasy novel Twin Reflections, I was taken aback by the authors age – 14 years old!… Continue reading