The Truth About Delilah Blue by Tish Cohen
The Truth About Delilah Blue

Kobo recently had a sale on bestsellers and, while meandering the Canadian section hoping for something to pop out at me, I clicked the preview on The Truth About Delilah Blue. Something about the synopsis (likely the “aspiring-artist outsider” bit) appealed to me. It’s not necessarily the type of read I usually reach for, but […]

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Road Trip Wednesday: YA LGBT

Road Trip Wednesday is a ‘Blog Carnival,’ where YA Highway posts a weekly writing- or reading-related question. This week, the question is: In honor of the just-ended National Pride Month, what’s your favorite YA LGBT book? Of course, as YA Highway mentioned, LGBT Pride Month is June for both America and Canada, though here in […]

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Road Trip Wednesday: Surprising Reads
The Archived

Road Trip Wednesday is a ‘Blog Carnival,’ where YA Highway posts a weekly writing- or reading-related question. This week, the question is: What’s been your most surprising read of the year so far—the book you weren’t sure about going in that really swept you off your feet? Oh. How fun. Except, I can’t pick just […]

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What Teen Ley Read

It feels like I’ve been reading predominantly young adult for years, but in actuality I didn’t “get into” teen fiction until I wasn’t one anymore*. I’m certain I’m not alone in this (similar experience anyone? Anyone? Bueller?), so I won’t pretend like I was special or precocious as a teen. I don’t know what would […]

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April Reads

This was actually the Road Trip Wednesday topic for yesterday on YA Highway (best book read in April was, anyway), but I obviously failed at getting it up in time — work and real life got in the way, as always. Anyway. Here are the books I read in April. A bit late. Don’t judge. […]

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Road Trip Wednesday: Top Five “Robots”

Road Trip Wednesday is a ‘Blog Carnival,’ where YA Highway posts a weekly writing- or reading-related question. This week, the question is: What human-like robots (or robot-like humans?) have you enjoyed in books, TV, or movies? The worst thing is that as much as I’ve scoured Wiki’s pages on fictional robots and androids, I’m sure […]

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Pin ALL The Things!

Follow my blog with Bloglovin So, I do have plans on entirely reorganizing my blog and having regular scheduled posts, but I haven’t had a spare second to do so thanks to six days of work, one day off, and then right back into the working thing. But I’ll get there. I swear. Ley has […]

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Ebook Readin’

Cuddly lapcat, warm tea, and a good book. What more could you want? For Christmas this year, I received a Kobo Touch from a friend. It’s not something I requested, or that I thought I would enjoy. I had been skeptical of digital books. I had been one of those “but I prefer holding and […]

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Book Review: The Name of the Star

The Name of The Star by Maureen Johnson Release date: September 29, 2011 Publisher: Putnam Juvenile Genre: Young adult paranormal Copy origin: Preordered via BookDepository.com The day Louisiana teenager Rory Deveaux arrives in London marks a memorable occasion. For Rory, it’s the start of a new life at a London boarding school. But for many, […]

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