The Queue: Kim’s List of Books to Read
- Inside Out & Back Again, by Thanhha Lai
- The Thirteenth Child, by Patricia C. Wrede
- Lark Rise to Candleford, by Flora Thompson
- The Glorious Adventures of the Sunshine Queen, by Geraldine McCaughrean
- Dogsbody, by Diana Wynne Jones
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I’m over on Bookshop Talk today, sharing my review of M.K. Hutchins’ debut young adult novel, DRIFT. Check it out! And a special thanks to Tu Books for sending me an ARC of this fabulous book.
I read at night. I used to be a daytime reader, but then I had kids. I guess I’m still a daytime reader, if you count the books I read to my children, which I generally don’t, because they’re not … Continue reading
I’m so excited to have Teri Harman, author of the Young Adult/New Adult novel, BLOOD MOON, here on my website! I enjoyed BLOOD MOON very much, and I am thrilled to be a part of Teri’s blog tour. If this … Continue reading
I’m so pleased to announce that this coming Wednesday (June 26th), I will be interviewing author Teri Harman, whose debut Young Adult/New Adult novel, BLOOD MOON (“The Moonlight Trilogy Book One,” published by Jolly Fish Press), hit bookshelves earlier this … Continue reading
Confession #1: Aside from this first installment in The Raven Cycle, the only other Maggie Stiefvater novel that I have read is THE SCORPIO RACES, which I loved with a passion (and which you can read a review of here). … Continue reading
Have you ever stared into a fire and been completely mesmerized by what you’ve seen? There’s something about the heat and the ever-changing shapes and colors of flames that makes a blaze seem magical. But what if fire really were … Continue reading
I’m over on Bookshop Talk today, sharing my review of Laini Taylor’s YA novel, DAUGHTER OF SMOKE AND BONE.