ARC REVIEW | How to Make Friends with the Dark

Title: HOW TO MAKE FRIENDS WITH THE DARK Author: KATHLEEN GLASGOW Released: 11TH APRIL 2019 BY ROCK THE BOAT NEWS Genre: TEENS + YA Contemporary Rep: Foster Care, PoC, Disability. Mental Health, Found Family | TWs: Abuse, Grief, Loss of a Parent, Depression/Suicidal Thoughts, Substance Abuse, this book  is for the grievers  this book  is … Continue reading ARC REVIEW | How to Make Friends with the Dark

#ReadIrishWomenChallenge

#ReadIrishWomenChallenge - shout out to @martshannon for all his design work on this! pic.twitter.com/gOf2dT0YDo — The Bookaneer 808 (@jabberwocky888) April 4, 2019 OF COURSE I'M PARTICIPATING IN #READIRISHWOMENCHALLENGE!! Obviously, I'm pretty late starting, but better late than not going to the party - unless you don't want to go, in which case more power to … Continue reading #ReadIrishWomenChallenge

BOOK LAUNCH | Other Words for Smoke by Sarah Maria Griffin

TONIGHT WAS AMAZING! I got to meet (again) one of my favourite authors. By all accounts, Sarah Maria Griffin is one of the best people on the PLANET and I seriously love her so much! This launch for her second fiction novel was packed full of awesome people and her beautiful pink book, Other Words … Continue reading BOOK LAUNCH | Other Words for Smoke by Sarah Maria Griffin

eARC REVIEW | Opposite of Always by Justin A. Reynolds

Title: OPPOSITE OF ALWAYS Author: JUSTIN A. REYNOLDS Released: 4TH APRIL 2019 by MACMILLAN CHILDREN'S BOOKS Genre: TEENS + YA CONTEMPORARY/SFF Rep: POC, DISABILITY | TWs: ABANDONMENT, DEATH, VIOLENCE And I hate the moon. I hate the stars. I hate the darkening sky. And rain and fog. I hate hospitals. And beds with sheets. And … Continue reading eARC REVIEW | Opposite of Always by Justin A. Reynolds

eARC REVIEW | Wicked Saints by Emily A. Duncan

Title: WICKED SAINTS (SOMETHING DARK AND HOLY #1) Author: EMILY A. DUNCAN Released: 2ND APRIL 2019 by WEDNESDAY BOOKS Genre: TEENS + YA/DARK FANTASY Rep: LGBT+, POC, DISABILITY | TWs: SELF-HARM, ABANDONMENT, ABUSE BY A PARENT, VIOLENCE “You could be exactly what these countries need to stop their fighting. Or you could rip them apart … Continue reading eARC REVIEW | Wicked Saints by Emily A. Duncan