{Waiting On} Aru Shah and the Song of Death by Roshani Chokshi (232)

đź•’ Our Waiting on Wednesday pick this week is Aru Shah and the Song of Death by Roshani Chokshi! Come check out why and let us know what’s on your most-anticipated list.


3 Reasons To Read… #murdertrending by Gretchen McNeil

So many choices, so little time. We help narrow down the must-have books for you to get your ::grabbyhands:: this week. Here are our top 3 reasons you’ve got to read #murdertrending by Gretchen McNeil today.


{Tour} Interview with AUTONOMOUS author Andy Marino

We’ve got author Andy Marino here today for a chat about all things AUTONOMOUS!


{BLITZ} Rosemarked by Livia Blackburne (Guest Post + a Giveaway!

When our friends at Disney-Hyperion asked if we wanted to participate in a Release Day Blitz for Rosemarked we responded with a big huge YES. We have been not so patiently waiting for this release and are so excited to share more about this title with you! Today we have an awesome guest post from […]


3 Reasons to Read … Hello, Sunshine by Leila Howland

So many books come out each week that it makes it hard to decide what to read. We want to make that a little bit easier on you by sharing our favorite releases from the week and telling you our top 3 reasons why we think you’ll love them too! This week our selection is […]


3 Reasons to Read … Royal Bastards by Andrew Shvarts

So many books come out each week that it makes it hard to decide what to read. We want to make that a little bit easier on you by sharing our favorite releases from the week and telling you our top 3 reasons why we think you’ll love them too! This week our selection is […]


3 Reasons to Read … Kill All Happies by Rachel Cohn

So many books come out each week that it makes it hard to decide what to read. We want to make that a little bit easier on you by sharing our favorite releases from the week and telling you our top 3 reasons why we think you’ll love them too! This week our selection is […]


{TOUR} Spindle by E.K. Johnston (Review + Giveaway!)

A must read for all retelling fans. E.K. Johnston takes a little part of a classic story and twists and turns it into something that is all her own. It’s magical.