but I love it

KristenBook Newz, Uncategorized2 Comments


We all have them. Those little guilty pleasures, those books we hide at the back of our bookshelves. No, I am not talking erotica, although it could fit. I am talking about those cliché little books that have been written a thousand times, the plot seemingly unchanging. Like the million different Cinderella retellings that seem to only change the names … Read More

have you heard?

KristenAsleep, Because I Love You, Book Newz, The Carver, The Surrendered2 Comments


Have you heard the news? It’s finally happened! Fallen (Book by Lauren Kate) has resumed its scheduled production and released a trailer for the highly anticipated film that’s been subject to delay after delay! Now, I must admit, I have not read the books just yet. At the insistence of my fellow colleagues, I purchased the book and moved it … Read More

the surrendered excerpt 1

MaraCase Maynard, The Surrendered0 Comments

Want more of THE SURRENDERED? We’ve prepared three special excerpts for the release of this hot new YA dystopian, and Thirsty Thursday seems like the perfect time to wet your appetite with the first sneak peak! The hand he places on my arm has a comforting effect. “I can’t begin to imagine why she’d do that to you and your … Read More

the surrendered first chapter reading

MaraCase Maynard, The Surrendered0 Comments


Are you ready to join the fight against the #taxonkids? Author Case Maynard is here to read you the first chapter of THE SURRENDERED, the hot new release currently climbing the dystopian charts! about the book: After a financial collapse devastates the United States, the new government imposes a tax on the nation’s most valuable resource—the children. Surrendered at age … Read More

shadow fall: teaser 2

MaraShadow Fall, Teaser Tuesday0 Comments

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Welcome back to another ten weeks of teasers! This time we are getting to know Shadow Fall by Audrey Grey with another intense teaser. Delve deeper into what’s happening with Maia each week leading up to release, and then be sure to meet us at the Facebook Party to celebrate the release on 11/22! about the book: The asteroid hurtling toward … Read More

the surrendered release day!

MaraCase Maynard, The Surrendered0 Comments

Release day is here! THE SURRENDERED by Case Maynard hits shelves today. You can find out all about this YA dystopian and Vee’s fight against the #taxonkids by following the links below to your preferred retailer. Prefer audio? Keep an eye out, because the audio book is in the works! Don’t forget to come celebrate with us tonight on Facebook where we’ll … Read More

them love triangles though…

MaraUncategorized7 Comments

Them love triangles They’re like drama bombs. People are like how do I make my book tense? BOOM. Drop a drama bomb! But let’s face it, are there really love triangles in the world? I mean my version of a love triangle is curling up on the couch with a glass of wine and a book, or curling in bed … Read More

teaser tuesday double header: the surrendered and shadowfall

MaraCase Maynard, Shadow Fall, Teaser Tuesday, The Surrendered1 Comment

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Today is a very special Teaser Tuesday! We have an exciting double header, with the last teaser from THE SURRENDERED by Case Maynard and the first teaser from SHADOW FALL by Audrey Grey. Enjoy! about the books: After a financial collapse devastates the United States, the new government imposes a tax on the nation’s most valuable resource—the children. Surrendered at … Read More

stop adulting and read ya

KristenAsleep4 Comments


This is for the older audience; you know the adult YA readers. Let’s face it, outside of alcohol and being able to have a credit card, being an adult kind of sucks. I mean I fully intended to spend eighteen-death reading all the time. And traveling. And buying lottery tickets left and right and winning each and every time. I … Read More

for the love of fantasy

KristenBook Newz, The Carver8 Comments


I was a weird child. No seriously, I was an odd duck. I probably still am. When I was little, and I’m talking single digits, I used to ask my mom to take me to Barnes and Noble for my birthday. Not to buy a book, mind you, we weren’t exactly rolling in extra cash, I just wanted to be … Read More