I’m so thrilled to have June Hur, the author of The Silence Of Bones on my blog today! The Silence Of Bones is a historical fiction murder mystery set in 1800 Joseon (Korea). It’s amazingly written, has such sweet characters living in such a brutal life, and a fantastic mystery. I could honestly go on all day about how much I loved it. But, I was lucky enough to be able to interview June, so I’ll just cap it at this book is incredible.
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I’ve seen a huge influx in books that have something to do with birds. It’s sort of like the YA snake of flight. I thought it would be fun to list some of the bird books that I’ve loved or I’m really looking forward to, to share the bird love.
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I am so, so thrilled to apart of the blog tour for Tweet Cute! I’m going to unprofessional for a second, so bear with me. I GOT TO INTERVIEW THE AUTHOR. Alright, time to be professional. I loved this book so incredibly much. It’s beyond adorable; the kind of sweet that you can feel in your teeth. I’m going to share more about the book, my interview with the author, and more about the author too!
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Halloween is right around the corner, and since I’ve found that I really enjoy writing Halloweeney type posts! I don’t do a whole lot for Halloween, so this is a great way for me to experience it, but not be too involved haha. Plus, I’ve found that there are a ton of scary/spooky/creepy books that I want to read, so why not make a post about them!
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ARCs are fickle things. They’re promotional materials, and yet they are highly coveted by people who love to promote books. They’re cool! You get to read a book early. You’re helping the author and the publisher promote it. It’s amazing when a publisher allows you to read a book early. It’s awesome that they think you will help promote the book by sharing your thoughts. But, along with all this comes a lot of other things. Like, what are ARCs really used for? Who should get them? How are they distributed? I’ve had some thoughts on ARCs and some other discussions around them, so I thought I’d talk about it a bit!
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I am so thrilled to be apart of the Gravemaidens blog tour and I’m also on Kelly’s street team! Gravemaidens is all about sisters, the sacrifices willing to be made for family, how beauty can be a curse, and secrets lurking in the kingdom. It’s a fantastic book and I loved being able to talk with Kelly about it and more!
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Alright, so this is really, really cool. I get to highlight and give away a copy of Dare to Be You: Inspirational Advice for Girls on Finding Your Voice, Leading Fearlessly, and Making a Difference! Because the publisher reached out to me about it! They sent me an early finished copy for a giveaway! I’m still freaking out! The person who reached out said that they thought the book would fit well with my blog, which is honestly such a compliment. I’m so, so glad that I’m able to talk about girls and the things girls can do and everything girls are capable of. And this book is about all of those things.
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I’ve been thinking about the books I read and the things I like to see. That got me thinking about the certain aspects that I’ve found are few and far between, but I would like to see more of. I thought it would be cool to talk about! I feel like there’s always room for more in publishing (expect for problematic stuff of course). People think it’s full/filling up, but I like to like that it can expand to any rate. Sure, changes might need to be made, but I think books have the capacity to hold whatever the world needs them to.
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I might not play sports, but I’m a huge fan of YA sports books. Especially when they feature girls being absolutely amazing athletes. Michigan Vs The Boys covers all those bases and more. The publisher was kind enough to send me an ARC (still kind of freaking out) and after reading it, I’m even more pumped to have the author herself on my blog for an interview!
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I wrote a post about Supernatural awhile ago. I thought I had talked about all my thoughts and feelings regarding the show, but with the show ending, new feelings have come up. I’ve found that I want to talk about a lot more haha. A lot of them are going to be negative. I also might throw some random spoilers in there, so just a warning! Also, these are just my personal thoughts and feelings. Continue reading “Supernatural: Some (Mostly Negative) Thoughts”