Tell Me No Lies Nerd Blast + Giveaway

Series: Follow Me Back (Book 2) Paperback: 336 pages Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire (June 5, 2018) Language: English Love. Obsession. Jealousy. Murder. No one knows what happened to pop icon Eric Thorn. His Twitter account? Frozen. His cell phone? Cracked and bloody, buried in the snow. Agoraphobic fangirl Tessa Hart knows the truth, but she’s finally left her #EricThornObsessed days behind. She has no intention of ever touching her Twitter app again. But Snapchat… That’s safer, right? After months of living under the […]

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Top 15 Favorite Bookstagrammers!

This list is not in any order, but merely based on accounts I like, who interact with me (and YES THIS WAS AN EXCUSE TO SHOW YOU A) WHO I FOLLOW B) WHO YOU SHOULD FOLLOW AND C) MY FAVORITE PHOTOS) booknerd_reads Starting off, you know I have my new friend Jill!! She’s so good to me and it’s a dream we’re friends! She’s my sister from another mister. Apparently, we have a lot in common. I guess I ACED […]

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The Handsome Girl and Her Beautiful Boy by B.T. Gottfred

Title: The Handsome Girl and Her Beautiful Boy by B.T. Gottfred Pages: 432 Genre: Young Adult, Diverse, Romance, Coming-of-age, Gender Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. May 8, 2018 My rating: ☆☆☆☆ ½ (4.5/5 stars) “A thousand yeses.” “A thousand yeses?” “Would you prefer just one yes?” “No, in fact, for you and I, I don’t think a thousand is nearly enough.”  So this book. I’ll be honest: I loved the story concept, but with the reviews that I’ve heard about the author’s other books…I […]

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Hope Nation – Editor Rose Brock

HOPE NATION – Rose Brock (editor) PAGES: 304 TYPE: HARDCOVER GENRE: YOUNG ADULT, ANTHOLOGIES, SELF-HELP PUBLISHING INFO: FEBRUARY 27, 2018 MY RATING: ☆☆☆☆ (4/5 STARS) I received this book in exchange for a review (Thanks, Friya and Penguin Random House!) Wow! That’s literally all I can really say about this book. This is the first Anthology book that I’ve read, and I now know that I should pace myself, instead of trying to read it like a normal book. But I did really enjoy these […]

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The Great American Whatever

The Great American Whatever -Tim Federle  PAGES: 288 TYPE: PAPERBACK GENRE: YOUNG ADULT, ROMANCE, CONTEMPORARY PUBLISHING INFO: MARCH 29, 2016, BY SIMON AND SCHUSTER MY RATING: ☆☆☆☆ (4/5 STARS) ❞BASICALLY IT IS UNBELIEVABLE HOW SWEET I CAN BE WHEN NOBODY IS WATCHING.❞ I was sucked into this book by the first chapter and grew to love it and the characters as the story went on. This was such a cute story! Quinn’s humor and wit are SO relatable. I found his narrative to be accurate […]

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Wintersong: S. Jae-Jones

Wintersong -S. Jae-Jones Pages: 436 Type: Hardcover Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Retellings, Romance, Publishing info: February 7, 2017, by Thomas Dunne Books My rating: ☆☆☆☆☆ (5/5 stars) ❞The kiss is sweeter than sin and fiercer than temptation. I am not gentle, I am not kind; I am rough and wild and savage.❞ Okay, this book gave me a WORLD of tears. *curses s. Jae-Jones to the wind* I thought we were friends?? Or at least had something going??? This story will leave you […]

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Interview with author of #Famous: Jilly Gagnon!

Jilly Gagnon is an AMAZING writer and one of my closest writing buddies. You can see my review of her book #Famous by clicking here: https://snowandbooks.wordpress.com/2017/04/06/famous/   AN INTERVIEW WITH JILLY GAGNON: So your story is based on a true event, correct?    It is! Specifically the #AlexFromTarget phenomenon–if you don’t remember it, Alex, a regular teenager working as a cashier at a Texas Target, had his picture snapped and suddenly, overnight, he got nearly a million followers on social media. […]

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#Famous by Jilly Gagnon

#Famous: Jilly Gagnon Pages: 384 pages Genre: Young Adult, contemporary, romance Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books, February 14, 2017 My rating: ☆☆☆☆☆ (5/5 stars) ❝I smiled a little. She had a crush on me? She seemed like the type that would be dating a twenty-year-old who smoked cigarettes end-to-end and wore skinny jeans and played bass in, like, some punk band. Huh. Rachel: unexpected.❞ This was such a cute book! This new YA contemporary by Jilly Gagnon stars Kyle, a popular guy who […]

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Number the Stars

At first glance, this looks like a children’s book. However, the subject matter was too intense to be one. This sweet story about a girl named Annemarie living in 1943 with a Jewish best friend named Ellen. Annamarie’s family helps hide her and her parents move to a safe place until the war is over. The story felt rushed, but it was a sweet story. (to be honest, I’m obsessed with the 1940’s. I don’t know why…) Below is an […]

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