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Diversity Spotlight Thursday is a weekly meme that was created by Aimal @ Bookshelves and Paperbacks. Each week, you share three diverse books: one that you have read and enjoyed, a released diverse book that you have not read, and one that has not yet been released. Check out the announcement post here for more …

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❈ I received an ARC of The Love Interest from Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group in exchange for a review ❈ Title: The Love Interest Author: Cale Dietrich Publication Date: May 16th 2017 Category: Young Adult Genre: Thriller, LGBT Pages: 384 Synopsis: There is a secret organization that cultivates teenage spies. The agents are called Love Interests because getting close to people …

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Diversity Spotlight Thursday is a weekly meme that was created by Aimal @ Bookshelves and Paperbacks. Each week, you share three diverse books: one that you have read and enjoyed, a released diverse book that you have not read, and one that has not yet been released. Check out the announcement post here for more …

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Welcome to a very special edition of Trope Tuesday. Today’s Trope Tuesday will be a little different from my regularly scheduled Trope Tuesdays as it has been specially curated for The Paths We Choose Blog Tour (You can check out the other stops on the Tour here). This edition of Trope Tuesday will only be focusing on the function of …

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Title: When the Moon Was Ours Author: Anna-Marie McLemore Publication Date: October 4th 2016 Genre: Young Adult, Magical Realism, LGBT, Romance Pages: 288 Content Warning: Misgendering, Transphobia Synopsis: To everyone who knows them, best friends Miel and Sam are as strange as they are inseparable. Roses grow out of Miel’s wrist, and rumors say that she spilled out of a water …

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Title: A Hundred Thousand Words Author: Nyrae Dawn Release Date: October 27th 2015 Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance, LGBT Pages: 237 Synopsis: Tobias Jackson grew up in Coburn, a town where the gay population equaled exactly one: him. Add that to the fact that his dream guy was his best friend’s jerky older brother Levi Baxter, and it made hooking …

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