Belladonna by Adalyn Grace ARC Review

Belladonna by Adalyn Grace (Belladonna #1) Publisher: Little Brown for Young Readers (The NOVL) Release Date: August 30, 2022 Pages: 416 Available through The Book Depository & Bookshop Cover Illustrator: Elena Masci [Received an ARC for review from the publisher] Summary: Orphaned as a baby, nineteen-year-old Signa has been raised by a string of guardians, … Continue reading Belladonna by Adalyn Grace ARC Review

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YA Book Comparisons by Authors Of Color and Unfair Critiques of BIPOC Work {Book Blog Discussion Revisited}

As it often happens in the book community, discussions are often recycled, repeated, in an almost yearly cycle. However, one cannot ignore the nuance and expansion that each of these discussions brings (no matter how monotonous), which sheds a new light on a different angle of which to view it. Today I'm revisiting an article … Continue reading YA Book Comparisons by Authors Of Color and Unfair Critiques of BIPOC Work {Book Blog Discussion Revisited}

Bookish Buzz: Recently Released YA Books That Need More Hype!

Hey 24hr.YABookBlog here! (~˘▾˘)~💞📚✨ I'm back with my very first Bookish Buzz of 2020 also in collaboration with #QuietReadathon, my year-long readathon to inspire you to read more of those underhyped or quiet books on your TBR! 🎉🎉 Bookish Buzz, if your new to my blog or haven't checked it out before, is a feature … Continue reading Bookish Buzz: Recently Released YA Books That Need More Hype!

Author Interview With Isabel Ibañez {Woven In Moonlight}

Hey everyone! Its been over a few months since I attended Yallwest 2019 and I'm thrilled to finally share, that I had the opportunity to interview 2020 YA Fantasy debut author: Isabel Ibañez!! 🎉✨ Her debut Woven In Moonlight is set to be released January 7, 2020 and we chatted all about the inspiration behind … Continue reading Author Interview With Isabel Ibañez {Woven In Moonlight}

YA Book Comparisons + Discussing #OwnVoices & Diverse Books {Book Blog Discussion}

There's many wonderful bloggers and other bookish people on twitter who have elaborated on the  discussion in regards to books by #OwnVoices or marginalized authors, being unfairly critiqued or compared to more popular authors (often white) in the same category. But, I'd like to get into more specifics and just expand on this discussion, because … Continue reading YA Book Comparisons + Discussing #OwnVoices & Diverse Books {Book Blog Discussion}

The Merciful Crow by Margaret Owen ARC Review

The Merciful Crow by Margaret Owen (The Merciful Crow #1) Publisher: Henry Holt & Co. (Fierce Reads) Release Date: July 30, 2019 Pages: 384 Available Through The Book Depository: The Merciful Crow Summary: A future chieftain Fie abides by one rule: look after your own. Her Crow caste of undertakers and mercy-killers takes more abuse … Continue reading The Merciful Crow by Margaret Owen ARC Review

Sorcery Of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson Review

Sorcery Of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books (Simon Teen) Release Date: June 4, 2019 Pages: 456 Available Through The Book Depository: Sorcery Of Thorns Summary: All sorcerers are evil. Elisabeth has known that as long as she has known anything. Raised as a foundling in one of Austermeer’s Great Libraries, Elisabeth … Continue reading Sorcery Of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson Review

Slice Of Life Fantasy & Book Recommendations {Book Blogger Discussion}

There's something special about stories that explore and follow characters through their everyday lives. There's a name for stories like this and that's "Slice Of Life." While this category can apply to such a vast number of different genres, I'd personally learned about this category in my early teens as I continued watching anime and reading … Continue reading Slice Of Life Fantasy & Book Recommendations {Book Blogger Discussion}