Throwdown Thursday: New Adult vs Young Adult Genre

Throwdown Thursday: New Adult vs Young Adult Genre

This time we battle out two of my favourite genres: New Adult and Young Adult. Which one do you prefer? Write a post and don't forget to add your link for others to read!

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Blog Tour: Love, Lies and Spies by Cindy Anstey

I share my love for all things historical and espionage! Find out why you NEED to read Love, Lies and Spies and enter for a chance to win your very own copy!

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SERIESous Spoilers: Blackhearts by Nicole Castroman

I'm talking Blackbeard, Bluebeard, Pirates and broken hearts with my latest spoilers on Blackhearts by Nicole Castroman. Have you read it yet? Join my discussion and share your thoughts!

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Learn more about the blogger behind the series reviews! Complete with contact information regarding review requests
Read my latest Series and Standalone reviews on my blog! You can also check out my latest feature and discussion posts as well.
Can't remember what happened at the end of your favourite book series? Check out my brief ending recaps of all the greatest series.

The Blog’s Inspiration:

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I am an avid reader (who writes a book blog and isn’t really?) but in the spring of 2013 I realized that I tend to read book series more than anything else. Some series are awesome; some start awesome and fizzle; and some are just plain bad.


It’s hard to know what you should read when people only review one book at a time. Sure, that individual book may have been great, but is it worth it for me to invest my time (and money!) into what could only be a subpar series?


My reading tastes vary from young adult to mature romances, from suspense to historical fiction: so this site will feature a variety of book series reviews to meet the needs of everyone. I will also review some stand-alone novels from time to time, make some stellar themed lists and include reviews of the latest series!


The other feature of my site is book recaps. If you are like me, you probably read the first book of a series within the first week of release and have forgotten some plot points while waiting for the next book a year later. My hope is to jog your memory by posting some key plot points (warning, there will be spoilers!) in a separate area of my blog.



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