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Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi

Sometimes, hype doesn’t kill. I like to avoid books with too much hype. I don’t know it where it comes from but most of the time it’s marketing and publicity. Which is great; I love seeing publishers promote the books that they love, even though sometimes you can definitely see through that campaign and what’s a passion project and what’s ‘we can make money out of this’. Fine. Publishing is a business, I get it. But sometimes the hype train is just  ...

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The Library of Fates by Aditi Khorana

The Library of Fates had so much potential, but instead of an epic female-led journey, we got a surface level plot that was done in 300 pages. It pains me to say that the best thing about this book is the cover. It physically hurts, but it’s the truth. I received an ARC of The Library of  ...

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On Writing

“Well, what CAN I write?”

I often hear that question in all book community circles. in replies of tweets or in Youtube and Instagram comments sections. I’ve heard it during panels at conventions, talks, and interviews. Publishing is changing. The Young Adult community is growing and becoming more vocal, including  ...

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