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12 Lessons from MY TRUE LOVE GAVE TO ME

While everyone is planning their Halloween costume and picking out what candy they want to hand out to trick or treaters, I’m the person who is impatiently staring at the calendar, giddily awaiting the start of the holiday season. Heck, I heard two commercials for holiday music stations on Spotify this week and I almost […]

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Oh Yeah, Audrey by Tucker Shaw | Estelle Reviews

Oh Yeah, Audrey by Tucker Shaw ( tweet ) Release Date: 10/14/2014 Publisher: Amulet Books Pages: 256 Target audience: Young adult Keywords: Audrey Hepburn, New York City, Tumblr, Internet Friends Format read: ARC from Publisher via NetGalley (Thanks!) Summary: Gemma runs away from her home in Philly for an Audrey Hepburn meetup she organized through […]

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Famous in Love by Rebecca Serle | Estelle Reviews

Famous in Love by Rebecca Serle ( web | twitter ) First book in a trilogy. Release Date: October 21, 2014 Publisher: Poppy/Little, Brown Pages: 336 Target audience: Young adult Keywords: Hollywood, love triangle, debut actor, friendship, romance Format read: ARC given to me by Elena @ Novel Sounds. (Thanks!) Summary: Paige is just a […]

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Pump-KING for Halloween | Pub Date

Hello there! It’s Friday!! Hooray! We are also more than halfway to Halloween, which I will admit is not a favorite holiday of mine. I’m more into autumn decor than ghosts and goblins but I understand that some love it more than Christmas and Santa. Gasp! (Just kidding.) In the spirit of All Hallows’ Eve, […]

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My Life in Dioramas by Tara Altebrando | April 2015

Hold on to your hats, friends. We are so thrilled to be presenting the cover of Tara Altebrando’s upcoming middle grade novel: MY LIFE IN DIORAMAS. You may remember that Tara released a fantastic book in this same genre in April called THE BATTLE OF DARCY LANE (Running Press). I loved it but more important people […]

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