Fairies and Steampunk and Bloodshed, oh my, or my review of The Falconer

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by Elizabeth May

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Finally putting a face to a name, or the cover reveal for The Candy Series (and a giveaway)

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Thanks to Xpresso Book Tours, Debra Doxer, and the artists themselves, Okay Creations, I have the covers for the Candy Series to share with you!

There are also teasers and a giveaway below!

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Christmas in July, or next month’s Most Anticipated Books (according to Bibliobibuli)

blue border limited cropHere at Bibliobibuli YA, our aim is to give you our bookish opinions and keep your To Be Read pile neverending. From standalones to sequels to ones with questionable cover art but fantastic synopses, I’ve compiled a list of books it feels like I’ve been waiting years for and are now only a few days away.

 

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When I say Magnum Opus, or my review of American Gods

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by Neil Gaiman

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You probably should have figured out that your mom is a psychic before now, or my review of Fire in Frost

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By Alicia Rades

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Quit hating on each other and just makeout, or my review of The Storyspinner

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By Becky Wallace

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Em and Ro are technologically challenged, or our second joint review

blue border limited cropred border limited cropRosi and I did a group chat via Google to wrap up our Ruby Red Trilogy week. We discuss rude relatives, rude love interests, rude plot holes, and inconvenient immortality. The plot holes and immortality can’t help themselves. The relatives and love interest have no excuse. Also, I tell you why I like guys with dark hair and green eyes (hint: its because of the dark hair and green eyes).

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That awkward moment when you don’t die and everything changes, or our reviews of Emerald Green

Emerald Green (Ruby Red Trilogy #3)

by Kerstin Gier (translated by Anthea Bell)

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