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BOOK REVIEW: "Dear Internet: It’s Me, Avery”

“Dear Internet: It’s Me, Avery”


Oh, don’t judge me, people. We all do it.

Don’t try to tell me that you’ve never checked that weird mole on your thigh on WebMD. 677 more words


Seven Questions: Margaret Locke

For the rest of the year I’m hoping to feature one author every month in a seven-question interview–yes, of course, because seven is the most magical number! 1,216 more words


Review & Giveaway: Love and Miss Communication by Elyssa Friedland

•Paperback: 400 pages
•Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks (May 12, 2015)

This unforgettable debut novel asks us to look up from our screens and out at the world . 644 more words


Guest Post: Author Eleni Gage's Four Fabulous Tips For Writing About Someone You Know—And Surviving!

You’ve read the title of this guest post and I feel the universal cringe! If one of your fictional characters is inspired by someone in your real life, either a lot or a little, you’re bound to wonder WHAT WILL THEY THINK? 1,215 more words

Women's Fiction

BOOK FEATURE: "The Truth About Ellen"

“The Truth About Ellen” by Sarah Louise Smith

Blurb: It’s every girl’s dream to date a pop star…

When Ellen starts dating Tom, a member of the band she adored as a teenager, she can’t believe how lucky she is. 1,899 more words