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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Magan: This is Not a Test by Courtney Summers

This is Not a Test by Courtney Summers [twitter | website] Publication Date: June 19, 2012 Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin Pages: 320 Target Audience: Young Adult Format read: E-galley received from NetGalley Why I read it: Oh, I only love everything written by Courtney Summers. Summary: Sloane finds herself locked in her high school with […]

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Estelle: Shelve It (4/29/2012)

Just a quick note before we launch into this week’s meme. This week has been quite a whirlwind in the blogging community when it was leaked that Kristi a.k.a. The Story Siren plagiarized work from another blog. This is an offense that Magan and I take very seriously, as we both work in fields were […]

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Estelle: Supergirl Mixtapes by Meagan Brothers

Supergirl Mixtapes by Meagan Brothers (Twitter) Publication Date: April 24, 2012 Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. Pages: 240 Target Audience: Mature Young Adult Format read: Paperback from ALA! (Thanks!) Summary: Maria is ready to start fresh in New York City, living with her estranged mom and going to a new school. She’s not exactly sure what […]

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TLA Recap + Library Conference Tips for Book Bloggers

Hi Friends! In my In My Mailbox post this past Sunday, I shared all the books I received at the TLA (Texas Library Association) conference that I got signed last Thursday. I wanted to take some time to actually share the events of what happened at TLA and a few tips for any of you […]

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Magan: Unbreak My Heart by Melissa Walker

Unbreak My Heart by Melissa Walker [website | twitter] Publisher: Bloomsbury UPCOMING Publication Date: May 22, 2012 Pages: 240 Target Audience: Young Adult Format read: eBook ARC from Netgalley. Summary: Clementine is spending the whole summer sailing with her parents on their forty-two foot boat. The seclusion from her friends would normally be unthinkable, but […]

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