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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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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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Let your obsession loose in Danielle Paige’s Heart of Tin

By Mónica González (@TheLiteraryMomo) Happy HalloWicked Book nerds! I hope you're having a great time tonight dressed as your favorite lit-folk! I for one would like to talk about my favorite man-machine hybrid, Oz's very own Tin Woodman and his adventure throughout Danielle Paige's prequel novella Heart of Tin. In Heart of Tin, we meet… Continue reading Let your obsession loose in Danielle Paige’s Heart of Tin

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Upcoming November Books!

By Mónica González (@TheLiteraryMomo) Hello fellow book junkies! This November we will be having one fierce lineup of new releases, some of them actual favorites of mine that I'm really looking forward to finally get my hands on.  So, in case you didn't know, here are 8 books that will be released in November that… Continue reading Upcoming November Books!

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Goodreads, What is it and Why You Need To Have One

By Mónica González (@TheLiteraryMomo) Has it ever happened that you suddenly find yourself on a really bad reading slump and you can’t seem to shake it off? I know it might sound unlikely with so many wonderful books out there, but sometimes it just happens.  Admit it, we’ve all been there.  I’ve certainly been there… Continue reading Goodreads, What is it and Why You Need To Have One

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Find out What The Wizard is Really Made of in The Wizard Returns!

By Mónica González (@TheLiteraryMomo) Three tests await the infamous -yet wonderful- Wizard of Oz.  The tests will prove if his levels of wisdom, courage and love are fit for the one true savior this land needs, now that Dorothy has returned and become a tyrant. In Liam Frank Baum’s classic, the wizard was sort of… Continue reading Find out What The Wizard is Really Made of in The Wizard Returns!

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Nonstop Travels Await in The Geography of You and Me.

by Mónica González (@TheLiteraryMomo) Lucy and Owen met in an elevator, during a statewide blackout, in the middle of New York. She lives on the 24th floor, he lives on the basement.  They are two very different people that will soon learn the true meaning of love and how it may change you, no matter… Continue reading Nonstop Travels Await in The Geography of You and Me.

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Liar, Liar… This Book is on Fire!

By Mónica González (@TheLiteraryMomo) Liars, Inc. Paula Stokes' most recent novel, was one that kept me glued to the story from beginning to end. It was a fast paced, follow the clues, try to guess what's gonna happen next, then fail at it, just my kind of book! This young adult psychological thriller follows the… Continue reading Liar, Liar… This Book is on Fire!

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Attachments, It Broke Me Apart And Glued Me Back

By Mónica González (@TheLiteraryMomo) My first thought after I finished Attachments was that the book had broken me apart and glued me back together; the second one was this: “If all contemporary fiction books were like this one, I’d read more contemporary fiction books.” When I was recommended Attachments, I wasn’t too excited about reading… Continue reading Attachments, It Broke Me Apart And Glued Me Back