I was offered an Author Review Copy of Subway | Palliatopia in exchange for an honest review. All opinions listed below are my own. Title: Subway | Palliatopia (Subway #1) Genre: YA Dystopian Thriller Length: 265 pages Blurb: EVERYTHING HAS A PRICE. In a world that’s self-obsessed, every moment is shared, and every move is … Continue reading Review: Subway | Palliatopia by S.W. Lothian
Scythe follows two teenagers, Citra and Rowan, through their apprenticeship to the Honorable Scythe Faraday. (All Scythes take on new names, after "Patron Historics," aka historical personalities, when ordained.) Neither want to join the next generation of population-controlling killers, which is why they are deemed perfect to be trained; however, only one year of training … Continue reading Review: Scythe by Neal Shusterman
Update, 6/13/17: I'm pleased to announce that for the moment, I'm all set in the beta-readership department! Thank you so much to everyone who signed up! Rest of you'll just have to wait for the book when it's done (or maybe I'll let you read the second draft after revisions). 😛 If you're reading … Continue reading Beta-Readers Wanted [ALL SET]!
Featuring an interview with Ariel, Emma Rose, and Brett from Ch1Con!
Hey guys, guess what? I read a YA book and actually loved every page of it! Walk on Earth a Stranger by Rae Carson had me riveted to the page, and I'm not just pulling a book reviewer phrase out of a hat here. I read the entire book in a day, stopping only for … Continue reading Book Review: Walk on Earth a Stranger by Rae Carson
I'm participating in Hazel West's Virtual Book Tour for her new novel, An Earthly King. The second book in Hazel's YA Irish urban fantasy series, An Earthly King is now available for purchase via Amazon, CreateSpace, and Smashwords. Synopsis Six months after Ciran defeated King Lorcan and instigated a peace treaty between the High Court … Continue reading Hazel West’s ‘An Earthly King’ Virtual Blog Tour
Hi there, my name is Allison Rose. It has been six months since I drank coffee. Oh wait, wrong post for that. At the age of ten, I decided I wanted to be a writer. At this point in my life, I'm writing fiction as a hobby (and presumably factual information because my grades depend … Continue reading My Answers for the “I Write MG/YA” blog tag
Let's see if I can start a blog tag going. The purpose of this tag is helping MG and YA authors of all levels of accomplishment get to know each other by answering a combination of random, funny, or frank writerly questions. If you write stories for young readers, be it for fun or as … Continue reading “I Write MG/YA” author blog tag
I read this book as part of a review exchange with the amazing Claire Banschbach, published author of two other YA fantasy novels, The Rise of Aredor and The Wildcat of Braeton. She kindly reviewed my novelette, Secrets in Seaport, and the wonderful things she had to say about it immensely relieved much of the … Continue reading Review: Adela’s Curse by Claire Banschbach