Reading Wrap-Up: April 2017

We had a truly rainy April here in the south. As I write this, it’s been raining for THREE days. My kids are going crazy, my dogs refuse to go outside, and my cat stares forlornly out the window (like most of us). But, that said, I had a great reading month, with some really amazing five-star reads. Check them out below!

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Reading Wrap-Up: March 2017

It’s hard to believe March is over! The days go slow but the years, or in this case the months, go quick. I read 6 books in March, taking me to worlds with Napoleonic era dragons, another dragon who doesn’t eat the girls he takes, and a futuristic France where a girl meets a wolf. What is this madness? Read on to find out.

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Writer Wednesday: Adelle Yeung

WriterWednesday2I’m super-excited about today’s writer – Adelle Yeung. I found this indie author via an online Facebook party, and won some of her beautiful bookmarks, which I keep stored safely on my bookshelf away from sticky hands and dog mouths. Her debut, The Starriest Summer, is the first in a YA fantasy trilogy (read my review here). She answers my nosy questions and shares an excerpt with us below!

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Writer Wednesday: T.A. Hernandez

WriterWednesday5I’ve talked before about the balancing act required when you write, but today’s featured author, T.A. Hernandez, takes the cake. She answers my questions below about how she does it as a writer, a mother, a beta reader, and a student, and shares some original artwork and info on her books below.

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Writer Wednesday: Megan Crewe

WriterWednesday5I am so excited to welcome YA indie author Megan Crewe on today’s Writer Wednesday feature! Don’t miss my earlier review of her upcoming novel, A Mortal Song, and check out her Q&A below as well as the links to her books. There’s a sweet deal going on if you pre-order A Mortal Song, so don’t miss it!

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