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Comment by Sage's Blog Tours on June 19, 2015 at 1:24pm

Beautiful Review of Little Miss Somebody by the Gal in the Blue Mask

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From the review: 

 "But this book also gave me hope, hope that things would change for poor Nikki, that she would be able to get away and find what she was looking for - someone to love her and take care of her."

"This is something that I think every young girl should read, no matter what their background is, no matter the color of their skin, the city that they live in, whether they be rich or poor."

Find the entire review here!

Picture Little Miss Somebody
By Christy Lynn Abram
Genre: Young adult, Urban drama

Fourteen-year-old Nikki is forced to leave her whole world behind when her mother makes an impulsive move to Missouri. Once in the heart of Saint Louis, her mother begins a vicious cycle of abuse and abandonment, leaving her daughter for days at a time without food or guidance. Humiliated, lacking resources, and feeling more than ever like a burden, Nikki decides to take matters into her own hands—when she embarks on a journey to escape her mother’s abusive ways and find the love she desperately needs.

Comment by Kate Evangelista on June 18, 2015 at 10:57pm

I’m giving away an ARC of No Love Allowed over at my Twitter account: @KateEvangelista

Comment by Mk - on June 16, 2015 at 12:36pm

Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella: YA Book Review & Giveaway

Internationally bestselling author Sophie Kinsella has written a wonderful debut YA novel, Finding Audrey. Find out why I read it in one sitting and enter to win it at

Comment by Kate Evangelista on June 15, 2015 at 3:36am
Hi, Everybody!

The No Love Allowed ARCs have arrived:

If you're interested in reviewing this YA Contemporary Romance you can request your copy by sending an email to:

Thank you for your support. I appreciate it.

Happy Reading!

Comment by Jessica Jackson on June 14, 2015 at 5:06pm

Enter to win a Book Shimmy bag filled with various swag or a pre-order of a late 2015 release!

Comment by J.L McFadden on June 13, 2015 at 4:43pm

Here is a chance to win a $30 Amazon Gift Card on Rafflecopter:

Comment by E.J. Stevens on June 11, 2015 at 1:38pm

Q+A with Tina Connolly (Seriously Wicked)

Join us at E.J.'s blog From the Shadows for a fun Q+A with Tina Connolly author of SERIOUSLY WICKED.

Comment by Mk - on June 11, 2015 at 11:27am

Ask the Dark by Henry Turner: What If a Liar Finally Told the Truth?

Looking for a scary summer read? What if a teen bad boy is the only one with a clue about a serial killer? Would anyone believe him? Find out in our review of Ask the Dark by Henry Turner at

Comment by Selina O'Loan on June 8, 2015 at 12:44pm
Sydney is an alchemist. She protects vampire secrets - and human lives.
Second Book in the Bloodlines series by Richelle Mead and WOW did it not disappoint.  
Check out the Review at Dear Book Geeks

Comment by Book Buzz on June 8, 2015 at 12:38pm

YA Dystopian Thrillers For Review

City of Hidden Children
Series: Children in Hiding, Book Two
By Victoria Randall
Published: June 13, 2015
Genre: YA Dystopian Thriller
Formats Available For Review: PDF, ebook, mobi, Kindle

How far would you go to rescue your friends?

Katy has just turned seventeen in the year 2055, when an unlicensed pregnancy is a felony, and children born without a license can be confiscated by the state. She learns that she was one of those children who had been seized by the ruthless Population Control police. Through heroic efforts her mother rescued her, but Katy’s two best friends had to be left behind. She has no idea where they are now, since children are farmed out to factories once they turn sixteen.

Now that she remembers, she is determined to find them. Her search will take her from her privileged life to a place of fear and dehumanization that she had never imagined existed.

City of Hidden Children is a YA dystopian thriller set in a future that is all too conceivable.

Come on Home, Children
Series: Children in Hiding, Book Two
By Victoria Randall
ISBN: 978-1500186036
Genre: Dystopian Thriller
Formats Available For Review: ebook, mobi, kindle

In the future, when an unlicensed pregnancy is a felony, Willa’s daughter Katy has been abducted by the ruthless Bureau of Population Management. Unless Willa can rescue her she faces a life of stigma, toil, and despair. With the help of some unlikely allies, Willa devises an audacious scheme to free Katy, but it will only work if she finds the courage to reinvent herself.

When no one is what they seem, the truth can be a dangerous luxury. Come on Home, Children is a dystopian thriller that tests whether love can outwit bureaucratic greed, and whether Willa can tread a treacherous path between reality and illusion.

For review copies contact:

Victoria Randall


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