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A letter from the girl who ran…

“I'm the girl who's desperate to get out of her small town because if she doesn't she knows she'll die. She knows her soul will start to rot, like fruit gone bad.” - Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios So, it's been a while since I wrote last.  I had been in somewhat of a life… Continue reading A letter from the girl who ran…

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La belleza tras la industria del libro.

¿Qué fuerza, qué atracción, puede tener un texto sobre una persona, el cual provoque que esta decida ignorar sus responsabilidades; amanecerse y exponerse a que su cuerpo y mente simplemente decidan irse a modo de avión por falta de descanso adecuado, con tal de terminarlo? Algunos fanáticos coinciden en que una buena historia, un giro… Continue reading La belleza tras la industria del libro.

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Book Club Shenanigans with Kate Scelsa at The Bookmark!

Last month, the bookmark kicked off the year with their very first book club autor, Amy Ewing discussing her newest novel The White Rose, which follows the struggles of Violet Lasting after the events in The Jewel. This time around, we welcomed a brand new author to the scene, Fans of the Impossible Life (FOTIL)… Continue reading Book Club Shenanigans with Kate Scelsa at The Bookmark!

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Glass Sword Official Blog Tour Review

Note: Originally written for Thursday, February 11, 2016.   Synopsis: Mare Barrow’s blood is red—the color of common folk—but her Silver ability, the power to control lightning, has turned her into a weapon that the royal court tries to control. The crown calls her an impossibility, a fake, but as she makes her escape from… Continue reading Glass Sword Official Blog Tour Review

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Live with Colleen Hoover at The Bookmark!

By Mónica González (@The LiteraryMomo) Some people call her the queen of romance, other know her as the mastermind behind the soon-to-be-motion-picture Ugly Love Featuring this magnificent specimen on the lead role; however you choose to acknowledge her, Colleen Hoover is an author that demands being read. After the success of her latest novel November 9,… Continue reading Live with Colleen Hoover at The Bookmark!

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Claudia Gray Book Club Recap at The Bookmark!

By Mónica González (@TheLiteraryMomo)     Last Wednesday night, the folks at The Bookmark hosted their monthly book club, this time bringing back another previously featured author, the mastermind behind A Thousand Pieces of You, Claudia Gray. If you haven’t read her books and love sci-fi, you don’t know what you’re missing! This time around, we… Continue reading Claudia Gray Book Club Recap at The Bookmark!

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The CoHo Effect on November 9

By Mónica González (@TheLiteraryMomo) Mondays are days where I usually go with some sort of book recommendation or a list of sorts. Today I’d like to do something a bit different. I want to talk about what I call in my head, the CoHo effect. What’s the CoHo effect, you may be asking yourself? It’s… Continue reading The CoHo Effect on November 9

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99 Reasons to Love 99 Days

 By Mónica González  (@TheLiteraryMomo)   99 Days is the story of how Molly Barlow’s life got turned upside down after her mother published a book about the real life love triangle between her and brothers Patrick and Gabe Donnelly. Forced to run away to Bristol Academy for her senior year after the social persecution lead… Continue reading 99 Reasons to Love 99 Days

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Spoilers Like Crazy… See What I Did There?

Why, Hello there literary junkies!  As you may have noticed, the book of the weekend has been Ice Like Fire by Sara Raasch, after the Skype Q&A chat she had with our friends at The Bookmark last Wednesday.  In case you missed it, go check out my recap right here! If you missed it, read… Continue reading Spoilers Like Crazy… See What I Did There?