• Book Reviews

    Drusilla by Melissa Frost

    Drusilla by Melissa Frost Publisher: Evernight Teen Genre: Young Adult, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Contemporary Length: Short Story (127 pages) Age Recommendation: 14+ Heat Level: Sweet Rating: 3 Stars Review by: Astilbe What if Cinderella isn’t the sweet and tortured angel everyone believes? Instead, what if she's the most … » Read More

    A Colorless Blue by M.W. Muse

    A Colorless Blue by M.W. Muse Publisher: Evernight Teen Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary Length: Full Length (232 pages) Age Recommendation: 14+ Heat Level: Sensual Rating: 4.5 Stars Review by: Astilbe I have everything. Rich parents, popular friends, hot boyfriend. An expectation to be a colorless, snobby stereotype. … » Read More

    The Separation by Stormy Corrin Russell

    The Separation by Stormy Corrin Russell Publisher: Evernight Teen Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Length: Full (206 pages) Age Recommendation: 14 Rating: 4.5 stars Review by Orchid In a world where men and women live on separate sides of a massive wall, seventeen-year-old misfit Eroyn Fairchild has always been too busy with her … » Read More

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  • Teen Talk

    Top Ten Tuesday: The Most Unique YA Books I’ve Read

    Hosted by the Broke and the Bookish This list is a mixture of everything from middle-grade fiction to one story I’d only recommend for older teens. I never thought I’d be talking about some of these books in the same Top Ten Tuesday Post, but that’s the beauty of asking for unique suggestions! 1. A Monster Calls […]

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  • Guest Authors

    Back in Time for a Date: Writing for Young Adults by Tony Lee Moral

    Long and Short Reviews welcomes Tony Lee Moral who is visiting with us to talk about his newest book Ghost Maven. Back In Time for A Date: Writing for Young Adults by Tony Lee Moral Imagine you could go back in time and date someone from another century? That’s an experience sixteen-year-old Alice Parker finds herself in … » Read More

    Where do Ideas Come From? by Alex C. Vick – Guest Blog and Giveaway

      This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Alex C Vick will be awarding a $50 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour. Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour. Where do ideas come from? Before I begin, thank … » Read More

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