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Read My Guest Post on The Book Wars!

Art by Simini Blocker

Art by Simini Blocker

Did you guys know that the brilliant ladies of The Book Wars are featuring an entire month of posts about poetry and verse novels on their outstanding blog? 

Obviously, I was thrilled when they asked me to contribute a guest post, since I admire what they're doing on that blog so, so much. I thought it would be fun (probably not the right word!) to focus on what verse novels do best: play with readers emotions in the raw way only verse novels do. With that in mind, I picked five of my favorites that are guaranteed to punch you in the face--and you'll love it! 

Read my post over on The Book Wars -->

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Links, Things + More Books for Cheap

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Links & Things: Angry Girls, Feminism, Diversity & More Cheapo Books

Links & Things: Angry Girls, Feminism, Diversity & More Cheapo Books

I'm back with another semi-regular roundup of interestingness on the web. Make sure to scroll down for some good deals on good books I've found for y'all. 

Required Reading

Blogger Reynje wrote the best review of Elizabeth Scott's brilliant Heartbeat and digs into who much some readers have hated the main character.

If Emma’s character is divisive then I’m stating right now that I’m firmly on her side. I want to see more of this: more honesty, more difficulty, more discomfort. Sometimes teenage girls are angry, or sad, or complicated. And that’s okay.

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