By Cameron Jace
by Anne Blankman
I am so excited that WALK ON EARTH A STRANGER by Rae Carson releases today and that I get to share the news, along with an awesome giveaway!
If you haven’t yet heard about this wonderful new series by Rae Carson, be sure to check out all the details below.
This blitz also includes a giveaway for a set of the GIRL OF FIRE AND THORNS series (in paperback format). US only. So if you’d like a chance to win, enter in the Rafflecopter at the bottom of this post.
To celebrate the release of Evolution, and the end of the Extraction series, Stephanie Diaz’s first two books, Extraction and Rebellion, are on sale for $2.99 for one month!
By Laura Liddell Nolen
Some days it seems like every American just has this strange obsession with the people coming from the British Isles. Something about an accent, maybe, something about the cultural remnants of colonialism, maybe…whatever it is, quite a lot of American culture seems to have a complex of Anglophilia.
And we here at Bibliobibuli are no exception. In fact, we find British books to be a valuable, interesting, fun read almost all of the time, although there are books we feel are just exceptionally British.
Well, dear readers, grab some jammy dodgers and a cup of your favourite tea, because here is our Very British List of Books, in No Particular Order.
By Theresa Kay
Here at Bibliobibuli YA, we absolutely love three things:
awesome young adult books
YA books without love triangles
attractive and coordinating book covers
Luckily, Demons in Disguise, the third book in the Divinicus Nex Chronicles, is part of a series that has all of the above.
By Mackenzi Lee
by Libba Bray
By Jay Bonansinga
By J.D. Wright