I am beyond thrilled to be posting this. Today, I have the wonderful and all kinds of amazing Chloe Gong, the author of These Violent Delights, here for an interview! These Violent Delights is a Romeo & Juliet retelling set in 1926 Shanghai. It’s a gripping read, with monsters, BUGS, a blood feud, and complete dorks of characters. I loved it a whole lot (I have screamed on both Twitter and IG a bunch about it haha), so I was, and am, very excited for the chance to talk to Chloe more about this book!Continue reading “These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong: Author Interview”
After reading Throw Like A Girl, I was exteremly eager to read The Princess Will Save You, simply because of Sarah Henning’s writing style. But, this book was about a princess and a stable boy’s love for each other. The stable boy gets kidnapped and the princess will do whatever it takes to bring her back. And yes, it’s as amazing as it sounds! That said, it’s an honor to have the opportunity to interview the author! She quickly became one of my favorites and I loved being able to ask her some questions!
Last year, I had the honor of interviewing Abigail de Niverville about her debut, I Knew Him. It was a great experience and I loved having her on my blog! So, when she reached out to me about doing another interview for her upcoming book, We Go Together, I was thrilled! Plus, this book features beaches, tough friendships, and music. It was just as fun to interview Abigail this time around as the last time, and her new book sounds just as good!
I am so, so thrilled to be a part of the blog tour for Lobizona by Romina Garber! This book is magical, full brujas and lobizónes and even a magical school! It’s truly as stunning as the cover suggests (is anybody over that cover, I don’t think I ever will be). I’m also kind of freaking out because I had the opportunity to interview the author!!! So, welcome to my stop on this tour! Learn more about this book, see Romina answer some questions, and hopefully get as excited for this book to be out as I am!
I’m super thrilled to have the author of The Lucky Ones, Liz Lawson, on my blog today for an interview! The Lucky Ones takes your heart and wrenches it. It’s an incredibly real and raw book about the reality of school shootings. I 100% recommend checking it out if you feel you can handle it.
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.
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!
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!
I’m lucky enough to have the author of House Of Salt And Sorrows on my blog! This book is dark and stormy and romantic and creepy. I loved reading it and I’m honored to have the fabulous author, Erin A. Craig here for an interview!
I’m so thrilled to have the author of Technically, You Started It, Lana Wood Johnson, here on my blog for an interview. Her book sounds absolutely incredible. It’s a texting love story, it has a demisexual MC, and it’s case of enemies-to-lovers and mistaken identity! I can’t wait to read it and it was awesome to get a chance to talk with the author! Continue reading “Technically, You Started It by Lana Wood Johnson: Author Interview”