Sunday, 29 May 2016

Crazy About Love by: Cassie Mae

Crazy About Love is the third book in the All About Love series. It can also be read as a standalone.


Crazy About Love revolves around Theresa Jones and Alec Tucker's story. Having pined for Theresa for years, Alec has finally settled for being only her friend. No matter what, he is still there for her whenever she needs him. So when Theresa is in need of a man for her Valentine's Day auction, he is ready to step in. 


When Theresa finally realizes her feelings for Alec and plans on making a move things don't go exactly as planned. Before she even has a chance, someone else steals him away for the night. 



The story was not only told through jumps from the present and flashbacks from the past but also in alternating POV's. The first half of the novel being Alec's story and the second half Theresa's story. I was not a fan of this. Some of the parts of Alec's POV were repeated in Theresa's POV, which left me feeling as if I was reading the exact same thing but in someone lesses head. I felt that the alternating POV's didn't do anything but bore me and make me loose any sense of connection I was beginning to feel. 

The premise and plot of the story was actually intriguing but the fact that I was reading in the present for one chapter and reading a flashback in the next throughout the entire book just threw me off. I just wanted to focus on what was currently going on present day instead of the reoccurring flashbacks. The novel really did have potential but I just didn't, and couldn't, get into the jumps from present day to flashback. 



Expected Publication:
June 14 2016


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Summary from Goodreads:
Single again on Valentine’s Day, struggling actor Alec Tucker agrees to help out his longtime friend—and unrequited love—Theresa Jones by filling in as one of the bachelors for her company’s charity auction. Alec figures it couldn’t hurt to meet someone new. Still, working with Theresa reminds him of all the reasons he never got over her. So it feels a little bittersweet when, out of nowhere, a beautiful young street artist buys a date with him for a whopping four grand.

Little does he know, Theresa’s had a major change of heart. She’s crushed when someone else wins a date with Alec—but she isn’t going down without a fight. After a pep talk from her best friend, Theresa makes a desperate move that goes against her better judgment . . . and things only get crazier from there. But with Alec ready to move on and Theresa afraid she’s pushed him away for good, maybe a little crazy is exactly what they need—before they both miss their shot.
 



Special Thanks:
ARC was kindly provided by publisher, Random House Press - Loveswept, via netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you.



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Cassie Mae is the author of a few hundred… okay, maybe not that many… books. Some of which became popular for their quirky titles, characters, and stories. She likes writing about nerds, geeks, the awkward, the fluffy, the short, the shy, the loud, the fun. 

Since publishing her bestselling debut, Reasons I Fell for the Funny Fat Friend, she has published and sold books to Random House, Swoon Romance, and is the founder of CookieLynn Publishing Services. She is represented by Sharon Pelletier at Dystel and Goderich Literary Management. She has a favorite of all her book babies, but no, she won’t tell you what it is. (Mainly because it changes depending on the day.) 

Along with writing, Cassie likes to binge watch Once Upon A Time and The Flash. She can quote Harry Potter lines quick as a whip. And she likes kissing her hubby, but only if his facial hair is trimmed. She also likes cheesecake to a very obsessive degree. 

You can stalk, talk, or send pictures of Luke Bryan to her on her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/cassiemaeauthor


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Saturday, 28 May 2016

The Memory Book by: Lara Avery

The Memory Book is not a novel I will forget anytime soon.


The Memory Book mainly revolves around Samantha McCoy (a.k.a. Sammie), who recently found out that she has a rare genetic disorder labeled Niemann-Pick Type C. Sammie always had a plan: becoming valedictorian, graduating high school, getting out of her small town, and going to NYU. She never planned having her memories and her health being stolen from her by a rare disease.

That is when the Memory Book is born: full of Sammie's notes to her future self - documenting both the bad and good moments in her life. It's where she writes about her perfect date with her longtime crush, Stuart, and where she openly admits that she misses her childhood friend, Cooper. Through a mixture of journal entries, guest posts, and fond memories, readers will be able to fall into this novel and experience the full story of a strong and passionate girl who learns to live fully and love it passionately even if it's not planned.


The Memory Book is something I both enjoyed and disliked. The main character, Sammie, is portrayed as a girl who has controlled the majority of the aspects of her life; she plans her future and things have to be done/achieved in order for her future to be labelled as a "success" and in order to leave her small town. Throughout the novel, she kept pushing herself to fulfill her dreams, wishes, and plans but being left unable to achieve the majority of what she wanted to do. However, as the novel progresses she begins to open up and notice that sometimes the things that are unplanned are the most exciting and joy filled moments. 

The writing really captured the essence of what was going on and how people react differently to a situation that is both life altering and heartbreaking. I felt that Lara Avery was able to portray such emotions, especially the last 15 pages, that definitely leaves readers falling apart and wanting to read and know more. 

A few things I didn't necessarily enjoy reading had to be the love triangle and the focus being mostly on the love interests. I wished it didn't focus on Stuart and Cooper but more on the struggles Sammie was going through in her life and her overall family dynamic (i.e. how is it changing, wanting to spend as much time with her family as possible, ext.). It all seemed trivial compared to what is ultimately going to happen in the end. I just hoped for more with this aspect of the novel. 


I would recommend picking up and checking out The Memory Book, it is definitely a novel that will move you and leave you feeling raw from the emotions portrayed within the novel. 



Expected Publication:
July 5 2016

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Summary from Goodreads:
They tell me that my memory will never be the same, that I'll start forgetting things. At first just a little, and then a lot. So I'm writing to remember.

Sammie was always a girl with a plan: graduate at the top of her class and get out of her small town as soon as humanly possible. Nothing will stand in her way--not even a rare genetic disorder the doctors say will slowly start to steal her memories and then her health. What she needs is a new plan.

So the Memory Book is born: Sammie's notes to her future self, a document of moments great and small. It's where she'll record every perfect detail of her first date with longtime crush, Stuart--a brilliant young writer who is home for the summer. And where she'll admit how much she's missed her childhood best friend, Cooper, and even take some of the blame for the fight that ended their friendship.

Through a mix of heartfelt journal entries, mementos, and guest posts from friends and family, readers will fall in love with Sammie, a brave and remarkable girl who learns to live and love life fully, even though it's not the life she planned.




Special Thanks:
ARC was kindly provided by publisher, Hachette Book Group, in exchange for an honest review. Thank you.



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Lara Avery is the author of Anything But Ordinary (Hyperion 2012), A Million Miles Away (Little, Brown 2015), and The Memory Book (Little, Brown 2016) as well as the Director of Community Events at Revolver. Her work has also appeared in Bennington College’s anthology  plain china: Best Undergraduate Writing of 2009, The Onion AV Club, ARTNews, and Women In Clothes (Blue Rider Press 2014).  

Born in Topeka, Kansas, Lara studied film, cultural studies, and creative writing at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota. She now lives in Minneapolis where she is at work on a fourth novel.

Lara likes painting the town gray with her Revolver crew, shooting hoops, and making playlists.


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Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Invisible Summer by: Alice Adams

Invisible Summer is contemporary fictional novel that will leave you in awe that this is Alice Adams debut novel.


Invisible Summer is about four friends and their relationships within twenty years. Throughout college Eva, Benedict, Sylvie, and Lucien were inseparable. As they graduate in 1997 and fall into a world on the brink of a new millennium, they all face new beginnings and downfalls. In love with playboy Lucien and wanting to break away from the socialist politics of her upbringing, Eva works for a big bank. Budding scientist and in love with Eva for years, Benedict stays behind to complete his PhD in physics. Siblings Sylvie and Lucien, pursue a bohemian existence - Sylvie as an aspiring artist and Lucien as a club promoter and professional partyer. But as a decade goes by, the group struggles to navigate their thwarted dreams. Scattered across Europe and no longer convinced that they are the rue masters of their own fate, the once close-knit group of friends finds themselves filled with longing. Longing for their youth...and for each other. Broken hearts and careers draw these foursome together again but in a way they never could have imagined before. 




Invisible Summer opens on the summer of 1995 when all four friends (Eva, Benedict, Sylvie, and Lucien) are in their first year of University. Drinking and relaxing, taking in the scenery around them and just being young. At this time we not only witness the interaction between each character but also witness how each of them feels not only about one another but also about themselves.

I have to be completely honest, at first I was starting to become relatively bored with the novel but when I was about 35% through I started to actually enjoy it. The characters seemed so realistic; they were all going through so much, they didn't want to burden one another and at times felt isolated and alone. They all seemed to go through such hardships that I felt both heartbroken for the characters yet oddly satisfied. Satisfied that an author can actually portray such emotions, such struggles, and make it seem so real - as if these characters were alive somehow. However, they didn't give up, they all continued to persevere and push until there was truly nothing left to fix. 

It was a struggle to read this novel because I may not have reached the age in which I could be consumed with these thoughts but I found myself wishing that life was in a way easier. That marriages didn't fail or fall apart, that one doesn't lose their job as easily as it was to gain it, but also that one does not have to see their child or children suffer because they were born with an illness or see them grow up healthy and beautiful but then fall apart. However, through all this the characters were able to see that even though at times they may feel alone, they aren't. They grew up and found themselves in those moments in which they could have given up or fell apart. This truthful depicts the highs and lows of adulthood. 

I am left in shock by Alice Adams debut novel and will be definitely keeping an eye on anything else she writes because if it is anything like Invisible Summer then it is bound to be a hit.


If you like emotional, beautifully written, captivating, heartfelt novels then I would definitely recommend you not only check this novel out but also pre-order it today. It is definitely a novel I will remember for a long time. 




Expected Publication:
June 28 2016


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Summary from Goodreads:
Four friends. Twenty years. One unexpected journey. Inseparable throughout college, Eva, Benedict, Sylvie, and Lucien graduate in 1997, into an exhilarating world on the brink of a new millennium. Hopelessly in love with playboy Lucien and eager to shrug off the socialist politics of her upbringing, Eva breaks away to work for a big bank. Benedict, a budding scientist who's pined for Eva for years, stays on to complete his PhD in physics, devoting his life to chasing particles as elusive as the object of his affection. Siblings Sylvie and Lucien, never much inclined toward mortgages or monogamy, pursue more bohemian existences-she as an aspiring artist and he as a club promoter and professional partyer. But as their twenties give way to their thirties, the group struggles to navigate their thwarted dreams. Scattered across Europe and no longer convinced they are truly the masters of their fates, the once close-knit friends find themselves filled with longing for their youth- and for one another. Broken hearts and broken careers draw the foursome together again, but in ways they never could have imagined. 

A dazzling depiction of the highs and lows of adulthood, Invincible Summer is a story about finding the courage to carry on in the wake of disappointment, and a powerful testament to love and friendship as the constants in an ever-changing world.



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ARC was kindly provided by publisher, Hachette Book Group, in exchange for an honest review. Thank you.



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About The Author:
Alice Adams is half Australian but has lived in England for most of her life, growing up in a house without a TV and as a result becoming a voracious reader. Career-wise, she's done everything from waitressing to investment banking, and in addition to a BA in philosophy, she has a multitude of geeky math, finance, and computer qualifications. She lives in North London but escapes into the wilderness as often as possible. Invincible Summer is her first novel and she's hard at work on a second.



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Monday, 23 May 2016

What am I reading & reviewing this week?

This week I will be reading and reviewing three novels. They are all emotional, captivating, and overall moving novels (especially the first two). 



1. Invisible Summer byAlice Adams


Four friends. Twenty years. One unexpected journey.Inseparable throughout college, Eva, Benedict, Sylvie, and Lucien graduate in 1997, into an exhilarating world on the brink of a new millennium. Hopelessly in love with playboy Lucien and eager to shrug off the socialist politics of her upbringing, Eva breaks away to work for a big bank. Benedict, a budding scientist who's pined for Eva for years, stays on to complete his PhD in physics, devoting his life to chasing particles as elusive as the object of his affection. Siblings Sylvie and Lucien, never much inclined toward mortgages or monogamy, pursue more bohemian existences-she as an aspiring artist and he as a club promoter and professional partyer. But as their twenties give way to their thirties, the group struggles to navigate their thwarted dreams. Scattered across Europe and no longer convinced they are truly the masters of their fates, the once close-knit friends find themselves filled with longing for their youth- and for one another. Broken hearts and broken careers draw the foursome together again, but in ways they never could have imagined. 

A dazzling depiction of the highs and lows of adulthood, Invincible Summer is a story about finding the courage to carry on in the wake of disappointment, and a powerful testament to love and friendship as the constants in an ever-changing world.



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2. The Memory Book by Lara Avery

They tell me that my memory will never be the same, that I'll start forgetting things. At first just a little, and then a lot. So I'm writing to remember.

Sammie was always a girl with a plan: graduate at the top of her class and get out of her small town as soon as humanly possible. Nothing will stand in her way--not even a rare genetic disorder the doctors say will slowly start to steal her memories and then her health. What she needs is a new plan.

So the Memory Book is born: Sammie's notes to her future self, a document of moments great and small. It's where she'll record every perfect detail of her first date with longtime crush, Stuart--a brilliant young writer who is home for the summer. And where she'll admit how much she's missed her childhood best friend, Cooper, and even take some of the blame for the fight that ended their friendship.

Through a mix of heartfelt journal entries, mementos, and guest posts from friends and family, readers will fall in love with Sammie, a brave and remarkable girl who learns to live and love life fully, even though it's not the life she planned.



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3. Crazy About Love by Cassie Mae

Single again on Valentine’s Day, struggling actor Alec Tucker agrees to help out his longtime friend—and unrequited love—Theresa Jones by filling in as one of the bachelors for her company’s charity auction. Alec figures it couldn’t hurt to meet someone new. Still, working with Theresa reminds him of all the reasons he never got over her. So it feels a little bittersweet when, out of nowhere, a beautiful young street artist buys a date with him for a whopping four grand.

Little does he know, Theresa’s had a major change of heart. She’s crushed when someone else wins a date with Alec—but she isn’t going down without a fight. After a pep talk from her best friend, Theresa makes a desperate move that goes against her better judgment . . . and things only get crazier from there. But with Alec ready to move on and Theresa afraid she’s pushed him away for good, maybe a little crazy is exactly what they need—before they both miss their shot.
 




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Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Invision by: Sherrilyn Kenyon

Invision is the seventh book in the Chronicles of Nick series.


Invision mainly revolves around Nick Gautier, who was born to bring about the end of the world. 

Determined to thwart his destiny and get into a good college, to be more than his genetics and prophecy foretells. One thing is sure, no one is going to tell him who he is or how to live his life...especially the Fates of the Universe. 

However, now that he and his team of ancient gods and demonds have claimed the Eye of Ananke, he sees the missteps of the future and has to battle demons far more deadly than any he has ever battled before. With Nick's arch nemesis back and determined to reclaim his rightful place as the harbinger for Armageddon, even if it means killing Nick and everyone he loves. Nick must face his nemesis and fight once more for the safety and protection of everyone he loves. 



Invision is such a action packed filled novel. Throughout the novel we see flashbacks and flashforwards about Nick and the people in his life. Speaking of Nick, he was such a fun and hilariously sarcastic character to read. The other characters were also awesome to read (especially when we get to see their kids in the future). The plot is fantastic, the characters are fun, and the writing is delightful. 

The only issue I had with the novel was that since there were so many characters, at times, I felt confused. Besides that, this novel is such an amazing read. 



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Summary from Goodreads:
Think your life is complicated and confusing? Nick Gautier was born to bring about the end of the world…It’s not easy being the heir of a demon overlord.

But Nick is determined to thwart his destiny and get into a good college. To be more than his genetics and prophecy foretell. No one is ever going to tell this stubborn Cajun who and what he really is. Or how to live his life.

Not even the Fates of the Universe. But now that he and his team of ancient gods and demons have claimed the Eye of Ananke and he sees the missteps of the future, he has to battle the demons within that are far deadlier and more treacherous than any he’s battled before. All the while his arch nemesis is back and determined to reclaim his place as the harbinger for Armageddon. Even if it means killing Nick and barbecuing everyone he loves to do so.



Special Thanks:
A finished copy was kindly provided by publisher, St. Martin's Griffin, in exchange for an honest review. Thank you.


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New York Times and international bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon is a regular at the #1 spot. This extraordinary bestseller continues to top every genre in which she writes. With more than 40 million copies of her books in print in more than one hundred countries, her current series include The Dark-Hunters, The League, and Chronicles of Nick. Her Chronicles of Nick and Dark-Hunter series are soon to be major motion pictures. 



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Monday, 16 May 2016

Could This Be Love? by: Lee Kilraine

Could This Be Love? is the second book in the Cates Brothers series but can also be read as a standalone.


Could This Be Love? is about love, life, forgiveness, and redemption.This novel revolves around Sijan Cates, famous and full of trouble who has come home for some peace and to stay out of tabloids, and Avery Danford, a former actress who needs to get in touch with her estranged family. If only she could find a way to get her face out there, maybe then they'd track her down.What better way to do so then to get into the tightest dress and cozy up to the world's hottest actor, Sijan Cates? Claiming to be his number-one fan and planting a kiss on him in front of the paparazzi is one thing but when Sijan tells the world they're engaged in order to protect his reputation...things get a whole lot messier. Although she has sworn off Hollywood hunks, she has to admit that this desperate measure just might be a pleasure...

It might all be for show but in this sleepy Southern town, love stories truly have a way of coming true...



Let me just say that this cover is freaking gorgeous! It has to be one of the main reasons why I was so drawn to this novel. That and Sijan. I mean, who could possibly resist a Cates brother?

Having never read any of Lee Kilarine's novels before, I was so excited to have the opportunity to get to know her work. Let me tell you that her work is definitely something that left me wanting to read more about the Cates brothers. The way that the author, Lee Kilarine, created such attraction and chemistry between both Sijan and Avery left me reeling. I felt as if their every attraction sparked more interest in me to read more. Besides the attraction and chemistry that was written so wonderfully, I rather enjoyed the plot as well. 

The plot was obviously well thought out and was, at times, hilarious to read. The banter between both Sijan and Avery left me laughing, especially when Avery first meets Sijan's mother. Thinking about it still makes me laugh. The only negative thing I can possibly say about this novel is that I felt like the ending was slightly rushed, specifically the last few chapters. Other then that, this novel was truly a delight to read, from beginning to end. 


I definitely recommend you check out Could This Be Love? and any other novels written by Lee Kilraine. 



Expected Publication:
June 7 2016


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Summary from Goodreads:
Everyone in Climax, North Carolina, knows the Cates brothers. But Sijan Cates is famous far beyond his quaint hometown--and when he comes back, he brings trouble with him…

Avery Danford urgently needs to get back in touch with her estranged family. If only she could get her picture in the papers, maybe they'd track her down…and what better way to accomplish that than to squeeze into the world's tightest dress and cozy up to the world's hottest actor, Sijan Cates? It's a crazy idea, but it just might work. And though the former actress has sworn off Hollywood hunks, she's got to admit this desperate measure might be a pleasure…

Scandal-plagued Sijan has come home for some peace and quiet--and to stay out of the tabloids. Then a woman claiming to be his number-one fan plants a hot kiss on him--in front of a pack of paparazzi. There's only one way to protect his reputation: tell the world they're engaged. It's all just a show, as they use each other to get what they need. But in this sleepy Southern town, love stories have a way of coming true…
 




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ARC was kindly provided by publisher, Kensington Books - Lyrical Shine, via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you.


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Lee Kilraine is a 2014 Golden Heart® Finalist for her debut contemporary romance, BRINGING DELANEY HOME, the first book in her Cates Brothers Series. If you enjoy Quinn’s story, she hopes you’ll be on the lookout for his brothers, Sijan and Tynan. She loves reading and writing stories with a HEA and if they make her laugh...well, that's perfect.

Lee lives in the pine woods of North Carolina. When she isn't typing away on her computer with her golden retriever, Harley, destroying something at her feet, you might find her on her front porch swing plotting her next book while guarding her garden from the local gang of deer. She has a weakness for dogs, bacon cheeseburgers, red wine and Alpha heroes.



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Thursday, 12 May 2016

May Giveaway!


The sun is shining, the wind is calm, and flowers are blossoming.
It's time for a giveaway!

This month I will be giving away a copy of The Bad Ones by Stylo Fantome, a book that has gained major hype over the dark romance that draws in readers around the world.

The items that will be featured in the giveaway are:
- Paperback copy of The Bad Ones by Stylo Fantome
- it Cosmetic products (3 items)

May the odds be ever in your favour!

Picture above is the items I will be giving away except for the hardcover novel. 
Contest is open to US and CAN (excluding Quebec).




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Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Missed Connections by: Tamara Mataya

Missed Connections is a new adult, contemporary romance novel that will hook you from the very beginning.


Missed Connections mainly revolves around a woman named Sarah. She dreams of finding a romantic entry about her online and she knows that who she wants, her best friend and regular hookup Jack, but he's not the commitment type. However, when an online-only relationship begins to build, there's only so much of Sarah to go around. Torn between the bad boy she can't keep and the sensitive stranger who bares his soul online, her heart and body are torn for two different men and two different relationships....or are they?


I adored the plot and story line. It grabs your attention and draws you into the novel (it also helps that the cover is amazing to look at). The romance was such a delight to read, especially when things started to unfold and bring to light the whole situation. And Jack (sigh), oh Jack. He was alpha-male at his finest. Tempting, teasing, and calling you "his". 

That being said, I did have some issues with the novel. Even though I do believe that Sarah and Jack had a romance that was hot to read, I did have a few issues with Sarah. Even though she wanted Jack she wouldn't stop complaining about him and/or some aspect of his life (i.e. Jack's job as a DJ, how he doesn't seem to grow up, etc.). She only focuses on Jack's flaws and that could be because one of two things, (1) she is afraid to let a "bad boy" into her heart - fully - so she built up walls around it or (2) she doesn't truly want true/real Jack, she wants to change his ways and mold him into something that is adequate for herself. 

The only other issue I had was that the build up for the novel was slow. Besides the issues listed, this novel was a delight to read. 






Expected Publication:
June 7 2016


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Summary from Goodreads:
Sarah spends her nights cruising Craigslist personal ads, dreaming of finding a romantic entry all about her. She knows who she wants, but best friend and regular hookup Jack is not the serious commitment type. Sarah's stung feelings are soothed when she begins an online-only relationship, but there's only so much of Sarah to go around. Torn between the bad boy she can't keep and the sensitive stranger who bares his soul online, her heart and body are in two very different relationships… or are they?


Special Thanks:
ARC was kindly provided by publisher, Sourcebooks Casablanca, via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you.


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Tamara Mataya is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, a librarian, and a musician with synesthesia. Armed with a name tag and a thin veneer of credibility, she takes great delight in recommending books and shushing people. She puts the 'she' in TWSS and the B in LGBTQIA+. She’s the co-creator of Pitchmas, a bi-annual pitch contest for writers, and as a freelance editor, has worked with NYT Bestselling authors.


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