Bookish Parade: LGBT Covers

This week’s Bookish Parade is in celebration of LGBT April. Don’t know what LGBT April is? It’s a month-long event hosted by Cayce andLaura that encourages participants to read at least one book containing a LGBT character and to share their thoughts on LGBT YA! Bookish Parade: LGBT YA Covers from 2013 Usually for my Bookish Parades post I tend […]

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Oh, the Guests! | Ten Tips for Overcoming Post-Series Depression (PSD) by Lara @ The Paperback Palace

Hello! This week we’re excited to welcome Lara to Oh, the Books! Lara is newer to the blogosphere, having just launched her blog The Paperback Palace in November, but is not shy when it comes to writing great discussion posts. Don’t believe us? Check out her post on Post-Series Depression below! (Oh, and make sure to visit her […]

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ARC Review: Hunted by Meagan Spooner

Beauty knows the Beast’s forest in her bones—and in her blood. Though she grew up with the city’s highest aristocrats, far from her father’s old lodge, she knows that the forest holds secrets and that her father is the only hunter who’s ever come close to discovering them. So when her father loses his fortune […]

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Android Apps for Book Lovers

Well. I had the framework for this post all written up (including an AMAZING intro paragraph (I can say that now because it’s gone and you’ll never know what you missed)), and then something went awry with our hosting and we lost about 24-48 hours worth of comments and content — including my draft for […]

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The Falconer

I love it when a book introduces me to a handful of new words, so I was very pleasantly surprised by The Falconer by Elizabeth May! This book is set in a sort of steampunk Scotland, which means it is full of words from previous centuries, and its main focus is faery, so there are […]

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