Blog Tour: At What Cost by J. Anderson featuring Book Review and Giveaway

When I got the chance to read this wonderful ya contemporary, I was totally beyond thrilled and jumped at the chance to get to see what was all about.

Blog Tour: The Sundering by Meg Jensen featuring Guest Post and Giveaway

It is just a thrilling, fast-paced, ball of epic adventure, cloud prophets, and twists and turns that you won't be expecting. I mean, how on earth do I sell this series!

Book Review: Cursed by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Jennifer Armentrout never fails to amaze me with her brilliancy in creating a vibrant world full of intriguing mystery and intelligently written world building skills woven into the very fabric of her stories.

Book Review: Dearly, Beloved by Lia Habel

The words spellbinding and suspenseful, is the best way that I know to describe this amazing book. To say that I was completely blown away by it, would be an understatement. Dearly Beloved was absolutely un-put-downable!

Book Review: The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater

Maggie Stiefvater creates a stunning new spellbinding world that captures spirit, intrigue, and beautifully crafted world building with, The Raven Boys.

Friday, July 25, 2014

Join #Readon July 26 4pm Est.


#ReadOn July 26 4pm Est. #Interview @amytalkington @diannesalerni & @maureenmcquerry #Giveaway via @CrossroadReview

Thanks for joining Crossroad Reviews for her 56th show, this is such a fantastic milestone and incredibly exciting. Today's show will be featuring three pretty amazing author's that range from middle school to teens. There are also two to four books that are going to be up for grabs, kind of awesome right?! So definitely make sure to RSVP and tune in on July 26th at 4pm EST. to get your questions asked and possibly answered by these three amazing ladies. 


The Eighth
Dianne K. Salerni
The Eighth
Dianne K. Salerni
Published: April 22, 2014
Publisher: HarperCollins
Age Demographic: Middle Grade Fantasy
Pages: 320

In this riveting fantasy adventure, thirteen-year-old Jax Aubrey discovers a secret eighth day with roots tracing back to Arthurian legend. Fans of Percy Jackson will devour this first book in a new series that combines exciting magic and pulse-pounding suspense.

When Jax wakes up to a world without any people in it, he assumes it's the zombie apocalypse. But when he runs into his eighteen-year-old guardian, Riley Pendare, he learns that he's really in the eighth day—an extra day sandwiched between Wednesday and Thursday. Some people—like Jax and Riley—are Transitioners, able to live in all eight days, while others, including Evangeline, the elusive teenage girl who's been hiding in the house next door, exist only on this special day.


And there's a reason Evangeline's hiding. She is a descendant of the powerful wizard Merlin, and there is a group of people who wish to use her in order to destroy the normal seven-day world and all who live in it. Torn between protecting his new friend and saving the entire human race from complete destruction, Jax is faced with an impossible choice. Even with an eighth day, time is running out.

Stay tuned for The Inquisitor's Mark, the spellbinding second novel in the Eighth Day series.


To Purchase The Eighth by Dianne K. Salerni 
please visist: Amazon & B&N


Dianne K. Salerni


DIANNE K. SALERNI is a fifth grade teacher by day and a writer by night. She's the author of YA historical novels, We Hear the Dead (Sourcebooks) and The Caged Graves (Clarion/HMH), and a forthcoming MG fantasy series, The Eighth Day (HarperCollins 2014). 


The Caged Graves is a Junior Library Guild Selection, and We Hear the Dead was the inspiration for a 10 minute short film, The Spirit Game, which premiered at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival http://vimeo.com/64738099.
READING FROM THE BACK COVER


When newly orphaned Jax Aubrey awakes to a world without people the day after his thirteenth birthday, he thinks it's the apocalypse. But then the next day is a regular old Thursday. Has Jax gone crazy? What's going on?

Riley Pendare, Jax's sort of clueless eighteen-year-old guardian, breaks the news: Jax just experienced the Eighth Day, an extra twenty-four-hour period between Wednesday and Thursday. Some people, like Jax and Riley, have the ability to live in all eight days. But others, like Evangeline, the teenage girl who's been hiding in the house next door for years, exist only on this special day.

At first it's awesome to have a secret day. But as Jax gets to know the very guarded Evangeline, he discovers that she is the sought-after key to an ancient spell rooted in Arthurian legend. And Riley—who forgets to pay bills and buy groceries!—is sworn to keep her safe from those who want to use her to eliminate the seven-day world and all who live there.

Jax tries to protect Evangeline, but with his new friend's life on the line, as well as the threat of human destruction, he is faced with an impossible choice: trigger a real apocalypse or sacrifice Evangeline.

With a whole extra day to figure things out, it couldn't be too hard . . . right?

Time Out of Time (Time Out of Time #1)
Maureen Doyle McQuerry
Time Out of Time
Maureen Doyle McQuerry
Published: March 1, 2014
Publisher: Amulet Books
Age Demographic: Middle Grade Fantasy
Pages: 384

With his love of learning and the game of Scrabble, Timothy James feels like the only person who understands him is his older sister, Sarah, and he’s fairly certain nothing interesting will ever happen to him. But one night, while his parents and sister are away, the door opens, and mythical creatures appear in his own living room! Soon, a mystery of unparalleled proportions begins to unfold, revealing an age-old battle of Light against Dark, and Timothy must embark on a quest to prevent the Dark from controlling the future and changing the past. But he can’t complete the quest alone. Timothy has to team up with his sister and the school bully, Jessica, to face an ancient evil, and in the process, this unlikely trio discover they are each more than meets the eye.

To Purchase Time Out of Time by Maureen Doyle McQuerry please visit: Amazon & B&N

Maureen Doyle McQuerry


All of Maureen Doyle McQuerry's books have an element of mystery and magic, even the realistic stories. And as a friend of hers pointed out, there is a library in every one of them. It must be because libraries have always been magical places for her. 

Maureen's books are inspired by two things, the image of a character who eventually begins talking to her and current questions she has rattling around in her brain. The Peculiars began with the image of girl with very long fingers sitting on a steam train. While Beyond the Door started with the carvings of the Greenman she saw in churches in England. He was also inspired by some eighty year old trees in her yard that look like they want to talk to you.

Liv, Forever
Liv, Forever
Amy Talkington
Published: March 11, 2014
Publisher: Soho Teen
Age Demographic: YA Paranormal Suspense
Pages: 280

When Liv Bloom lands an art scholarship at Wickham Hall, it’s her ticket out of the foster system. Liv isn’t sure what to make of the school’s weird traditions and rituals, but she couldn’t be happier. For the first time ever, she has her own studio, her own supply of paints. Everything she could want. 

Then she meets Malcolm Astor, a legacy student, a fellow artist, and the one person who’s ever been able to melt her defenses. Liv’s only friend at Wickham, fellow scholarship kid Gabe Nichols, warns her not to get involved, but life is finally going Liv’s way, and all she wants to do is enjoy the ride. 

But Liv’s bliss is doomed. Weeks after arriving, she is viciously murdered and, in death, she discovers that she’s the latest victim of a dark conspiracy that has claimed many lives. Cursed with the ability to see the many ghosts on Wickham’s campus, Gabe is now Liv’s only link to the world of the living. To Malcolm.

Together, Liv, Gabe, and Malcolm fight to expose the terrible truth that haunts the halls of Wickham. But Liv must fight alone to come to grips with the ultimate star-crossed love.

To Purchase Liv, Forever by Amy Talkington 
please visit: Amazon & B&N

Amy Talkington

Amy Talkington is an award-winning screenwriter and director living in Los Angeles. Before all that she wrote about music for magazines like Spin, Ray Gun, Interview, and Seventeen (mostly just as a way to get to hang out with rock stars). As a teenager in Dallas, Texas, Amy painted lots of angsty self-portraits, listened to The Velvet Underground and was difficult enough that her parents finally let her go to boarding school on the East Coast. Liv, Forever is her first novel.

Don't forget to check out her Tumblr and follow her on Goodreads!



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I hope you guys enjoyed this, as much as I did sharing it with you. Don't forget to join in for the #ReadOn chat that's happening live July 24th at 4pm Est. time with these three talented and lovely author's. Also, fill out the Rafflecopter above, to be eligible to win something in the giveaway. See you there, guys! :)


* I want to thank Crossroad Review for letting me have the opportunity to share this event with you guys, as well as Goodreads and Amazon for the book covers, author information, and the summaries for the books.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Book Blitz featuring Let's Get Lost by Adi Alsaid + Giveaway


I'm like legit super excited to be a part of this particular Book Blitz for, what I feel like is going to be one of my most anticipated and awesome summer reads, ever! You guys...you just don't even know. Like...mind blown, seriously!

Yeah, I know, that's like a mouthful for me right there, but I'm just sayin'. Okay, I'm about to make a HUGE BOOK CONFESSION right now, so brace yourselves. (You have been warned. lol) I have never read Amy and Roger's Epic Detour by Morgan Matson and I have heard that it's like the absolute best summer traveling read ever. So, as soon as I read the synopsis for Let's Get Lost on Goodreads, it immediately reminded me of that book and it made me EVEN MORE EXCITED to read it and so when a spot on this Book Blitz came available, I totally jumped all over the chance because here is what looks like an ULTIMATE FANTASTIC summer read, and I'm getting the chance to not only share it with you, but also share an epic giveaway too. 

Duh! Win/Win right there. LOL. :P

Annnnnnd, here is Adi Alsaid (who, btw is totally geekishly handsome and boyishly charming at the same time, can I haz an author boyfriend?! lol), sharing his fun and quirky thoughts on Top 5 Things to Pack while he's traveling, and his Top 5 Book Companions too. Oh my goodness, such a bundle of lol's. 

Oh my diggity-days, I've got to tell you more about this book, yeah?! :)


Let's Get Lost
Adi Alsaid
Let's Get Lost
Adi Alsaid
Published: July 29, 2014
Publisher: Harlequin Teen
Age Demographic: YA Contemporary
Pages: 352

Five strangers. Countless adventures. One epic way to get lost. 

Four teens across the country have only one thing in common: a girl named LEILA. She crashes into their lives in her absurdly red car at the moment they need someone the most. 

There's HUDSON, a small-town mechanic who is willing to throw away his dreams for true love. And BREE, a runaway who seizes every Tuesday—and a few stolen goods along the way. ELLIOT believes in happy endings…until his own life goes off-script. And SONIA worries that when she lost her boyfriend, she also lost the ability to love. 

Hudson, Bree, Elliot and Sonia find a friend in Leila. And when Leila leaves them, their lives are forever changed. But it is during Leila's own 4,268-mile journey that she discovers the most important truth— sometimes, what you need most is right where you started. And maybe the only way to find what you're looking for is to get lost along the way.


To PreOrder Let's Get Lost by Adi Alsaid please visit: Amazon & B&N

Check out some of the Early Book Buzz


“Reminiscent of John Green’s Paper Towns and road trip novels that feature a teen paving the way to adulthood, Alsaid’s debut is a gem among contemporary YA novels.”School Library Journal

“Five love stories, beautifully woven together by a special girl in search of adventure, hope, and full appreciation of life’s simple pleasures. A do-not-miss. ”Justine Magazine


“Moving and poignant.” - Glitter Magazine

“An entertaining and romantic road-trip debut.”Kirkus


"Leila's quest to find the Northern Lights takes readers on a captivating cross-country journey, where four strangers' adventures collide into one riveting tale of finding yourself."YABooksCentral.com


“This will likely be a popular summer hit, especially for older teen about to embark on their own journeys of self-discovery.”Booklist

Anything reminiscent of John Green (one of my absolute favorite YA author's ever), is definitely going on my auto-buy list for sure! And, I feel like I should go ahead and say, that this book (whether or not it had been sort of compared to John Green's amazingness, would have still been on my auto-read/buy radar anyway. It's just a number of my favorite things popped up into my head, when I read the synopsis for this book and I knew that it would definitely be right up my street. Like for instance, the last line in the synopsis "And maybe the only way to find what you're looking for is to get lost along the way," reminded me of my favorite Taylor Swift song and video. There's a voiceover in the video at one point, where she says "I don't know if you know who you are until you lose who you are." For some reason, that just really resonated with me and I was sort of reminded of it, when I came across this book on Goodreads and it just made me smile.

But, anyway, enough with my ramblings. I'm gonna go ahead and let Adi Alsaid tell you what his Top 5 Things to Pack and Top 5 Travel Reads are, complete with pictures. How cute is that?! lol. 



Things to pack...



5. Books

4. Notebook/pen

3. My “I wish I could fly” penguin t-shirt for airplane days.



2. If it’s a road trip, snacks.


1.  Not much else. I prefer to keep it light. 





Top 5 Travel-Themed Reads/Books to Read on the Road


With Friends like These by Danny Wallace- A very funny man—the author of Yes Man—decides to revisit long lost friends across the globe. A touching and entertaining read about the things worth traveling for.
Timbuktu by Paul Auster- A canine protagonist will teach you more about loneliness and how to be okay with it than any other book I’ve read. A great companion to the inevitable lonesome lulls while traveling. Plus it’s nice and light, so easy to carry with you.
101 Summertime Knock-Knock Jokes- Just kidding.
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams- To vicariously go where no man has before, and to find the answer to the universe. 
Best American Travel Series¬- I usually go for the Best Shorts collections, but I picked up one of the travel collections once and it immediately made me want to hit the road. The pieces range from touching to insightful to just plain entertaining. With contributors like Anthony Bourdain and Gary Shteyngart, there’s something in it to please everyone, and plenty of ideas for not just where to go next, but how.
Tales from Nowhere edited by Don George- Another collection of short pieces, all sent from different nowheres. From the back copy: “Nowhere is a setting, a situation and a state of mind. It's not on any map, but you know it when you're there.” A great non-fiction companion to Let’s Get Lost.

I love this guy, I mean seriously! The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and Anthony Bourdain, what?! O_O

Is he like reading my brain or what? This is like awesome, like beyond awesome than awesome could ever get. Yeah, I know...I'm borderline cray at this moment, but I have such an author!crush on this guy and it's just insane how kind of amazing, witty, and funny this guy really is. Oh yes, he'll definitely be a favorite for sure and since I'm on this Book Blitz, I was able to get my hands on an eGalley of this phenomenal little YA contemporary that I am sure is going to blow everyone's mind for review and I cannot wait to read it. It is for sure in my Review pile. 


But guys, wait...there's so much more awesomeness that it's going to absolutely make your head spin. Literally. Remember (points up there towards the top of this post), when I said that there was going to be an amazing giveaway that you would not want to miss out on. Really, this thing is EPIC, and you're definitely going to want to enter. So, here's the details and everything else you need to know about it...

There will be...
1 Signed hard cover copy of Let’s Get Lost
1 Let’s Get Lost luggage tag
1 Harlequin TEEN notebook
1 Let’s Get Lost sachel
1 Harlequin TEEN tote bag

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Adi Alsaid



Adi Alsaid was born and raised in Mexico City, then studied at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. While in class, he mostly read fiction and continuously failed to fill out crossword puzzles, so it's no surprise that after graduating, he did not go into business world but rather packed up his apartment into his car and escaped to the California coastline to become a writer. He's now back in his hometown, where he writes, coaches high school and elementary basketball, and has perfected the art of making every dish he eats or cooks as spicy as possible. In addition to Mexico, he's lived in Tel Aviv, Las Vegas, and Monterey, California. A tingly feeling in his feet tells him more places will eventually be added to the list. Let's Get Lost is his YA debut.

You can also PreOrder Let's Get Lost by Adi Alsaid by visiting Indiebound and Harlequin, also don't forget to check out letsgetlostbook.com to check out more on this amazing new debut YA contemporary.


Cover Reveal for Fatal Abduction (IFICS #3) by Julia Crane

  
Hosted by Mark My Words Book Publicity
I am excited to bring you a Cover Reveal for a series that I've had sitting on my Kindle for quite a while now, it's the IFICS series by Julia Crane. I don't want to make a habit of doing a ton of cover reveals, but I did definitely want to share this one with you guys because this looks like it's going to be an awesome Sci-Fi Dystopian series that would definitely be worth sinking into. I've actually heard some pretty good things about this series, had even planned on reading the first book, but other things had come up or I wasn't quite able to get to it. I am hoping, by the end of this year I will have read the first one at least. 

Anyway, let me tell you a little bit more about the third book in the series. :)

Fatal Abduction
by Julia Crane
Book 3 - IFICS Series
Young Adult Sci-Fi Dystopian

There’s a serial killer at large. His victims just happen to resemble Kaitlyn—dark haired, pale skin and athletic build. Kaitlyn goes undercover, attending a prestigious high school to try to lure the killer into a trap and save the lives of other potential victims. Will she be able to catch the killer before his body count rises? Or will she become the next victim?

Check out the Cover below!

Check out the other books in the series!
Freak of Nature - Book 1


Freak of Nature (IFICS #1)
Julia Crane
Donate Body to Science. Check.

When seventeen-year-old Kaitlyn checked the box, she never suspected she’d have her life–and her body–stolen from her. She awakens one day in a secret laboratory to discover that her body is now half-robot and is forced to hide her own secret: that she still has human emotions and a human mind. If the scientists who made her find out, they’ll erase what remains of who she was.

Kaitlyn finds an unlikely ally in Lucas, a handsome, brilliant scientist who can’t get over the guilt he feels knowing she was once a vibrant, beautiful young woman. He never expected a science project to affect him the way she does. As he tries to help her rediscover her past, he finds himself falling for the brave girl struggling to find her place and acceptance between the human and computer worlds.

Fractured Innocence  - Book 2

Fractured Innocence (IFICS #2)
Julia Crane

Kaitlyn and Erik are sent on a mission to track down Vance Dasvoik, a ruthless monster. His latest thrill—abducting and selling young women.

Vance's current victim: Aaliyah, a seventeen-year-old who never imagined walking her brother home from school one evening would change her life forever.

The mission quickly turns personal for Kaitlyn when she finds Aaliyah beaten, her mind and soul fractured from abuse of the worst kind. Kaitlyn knows firsthand what it's like to be haunted by the past and resolves to bring justice to the elusive Dasvoik.

*Warning 17+ due to sexual gritty topic and language. 





Check out the trailer for the IFICS Series below!


About the Author
Julia Crane is the author of the Keegan’s Chronicles, IFICS. She has a bachelors degree in criminal justice. Julia has believed in magical creatures since the day her grandmother first told her an Irish tale. Growing up her mother greatly encouraged reading and using your imagination. 

Book Review: Lies My Girlfriend Told Me by Julie Anne Peters

Lies My Girlfriend Told Me
Julie Anne Peters
Lies My Girlfriend Told Me
Julie Anne Peters
Published: June 10, 2014
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Age Demographic: YA LGBTQ 
Pages: 256


When Alix's charismatic girlfriend, Swanee, dies from sudden cardiac arrest, Alix is overcome with despair. As she searches Swanee's room for mementos of their relationship, she finds Swanee's cell phone, pinging with dozens of texts sent from a mysterious contact, L.T. The most recent text reads: "Please tell me what I did. Please, Swan. Te amo. I love you."

Shocked and betrayed, Alix learns that Swanee has been leading a double life--secretly dating a girl named Liana the entire time she's been with Alix. Alix texts Liana from Swanee's phone, pretending to be Swanee in order to gather information before finally meeting face-to-face to break the news.


Brought together by Swanee's lies, Alix and Liana become closer than they'd thought possible. But Alix is still hiding the truth from Liana. Alix knows what it feels like to be lied to--but will coming clean to Liana mean losing her, too?

To Purchase Lies My Girlfriend Told Me by 
Julie Anne Peters please visit: Amazon & B&N


(Note: I received an eGalley of this book for review from the publishers via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review, which I have provided here and on Goodreads.)

Lies My Girlfriend Told Me , is a beautifully written LGBTQ young adult novel, that I could not put down until I finished the last page. Julie Ann Peters wrote some wonderfully developed and realistic characters that just kind of had this way of staying with me, even after I'd finished the book and put it down. It's always a breath of fresh air, when I find that an author has taken care to write their young adult characters in such a realistic way, that they actually think, talk, and act like the teenagers they're meant to be within the setting of the story. I had no problem immersing myself into this story and feeling for both Alix and Liana. I was intrigued with Liana's character from the moment that she was introduced in the book and somehow ended up feeling a little protective of her, because she was this sweet, charismatic, and charming young woman. 

This is just a gorgeously written story of love, betrayal, lies, relationships, and just being a teenage girl dealing with other issues and school at the same time. It isn't a book that was written just to fit some quote unquote agenda, it is just the way it reads - a book about a girl who's girlfriend dies and she has to deal with that and the lies that she uncovers and the love that hides beneath it. It's simply beautiful and breathtaking, I just don't know how else to describe it, other than to say that. One of the best things that Peters does with this story, is illustrate the ending of an unhealthy relationship and highlights the beginning of another more beautiful and mature healthy one. This is something that needs to be written into more young adult contemporary romance novels, because all too often there are way too many unhealthy ones and readers are just expected to accept them as the norm. 

I have to say that I was quite pleasantly charmed with how beautiful and sweet Liana was and her reaction to Swanee's death and the way she had to find out about it, absolutely broke my heart. She'd been lied to, led on to believe in someone that had become so unreal to her and virtually didn't exist in one sense, and forced to deal with a death that she nor anyone else ever really saw coming. I will admit that I was slightly disappointed in Alix for pretending to be Swanee, while she was texting Liana, because she sort of played a roll in the "duping" as well. All alarm bells rang out that this wrong on so many levels, but on the other hand I appreciated the knee-jerk reaction as well because it was something that rang true to being a young teenage girl who had just found out that her girlfriend who had recently passed away, was seeing another girl without being clued in. It doesn't excuse it, but it sort of explains her actions in a way. 

The relationship build up between both Alix and Liana, as they go to know each other over the time they spent together, was a little too fast for my liking. Although, under the circumstances given Swanee's death, and the fact that they were each grieving separately and together in a sense, I can sort of let that go a bit. I would have loved to have gotten to see a little bit more of their friendship blossoming, before they went straight into their relationship. However, the fact that they were healing together in their own ways and each helping to heal the other, making their romantic relationship a more healthy and stable one than their previous ones with Swanee, did make my heart smile a little. It was sweet and endearing in a lot of ways that made total and complete sense. I just loved these two together and appreciated how amazing they were.

The lie that Alix was keeping from Liana, bothered me throughout the novel, when I felt like she had a few different moments where she have come clean and just been honest with her in the beginning. The fact that she was falling for her, feeling bad about having developing feels for her, and dealing with other issues wasn't enough for me to be okay with this aspect. I get that she didn't want to hurt Liana, but keeping something like this from her when she pretended to be Swanee, was even more hurtful than actually doing it because she essentially broke what little trust had been built up between them once she finally did tell her. Again, this where I felt a little more protective of Liana than Alix, because this is the same way that Swanee had hurt and deceived her with lies. So, I could see why she was so angry and hurt by what Alix had done, but I do have to give Alix some credit for finally telling her and for understanding why Liana didn't want anything to do with her at that moment. 

When Alix finally started bonding with her little brother and becoming more responsible at home, that's when I really started to like her a great deal more. It was sweet watching her in those later chapters, how she was with her baby brother, and helping her parents out when they needed it. Getting to see her grow up and deal with her issues, instead of just lash out in typical anger and frustration, was amazing. I was especially proud of the fact that she was trying her best to be a good friend to Joss and help her to get the help that she needed in dealing with Swanee's death. When it finally came out that Joss was with Swanee when she died, I was truly heartbroken for her to have to deal with that. The guilt that she carried around eating at her, was incredibly sad and no one should have to deal with that, least of all a young teenage girl. So much of who Swanee was and the things that she had done, which readers were told through memories the characters had, was full of pain, lies, betrayal, and I wonder if there was any love there at all. Honestly, with the way that Swanee was raised and the few glimpses that we had been given of her mother, I'm not sure that she was ever taught to love at all or knew what it was. 


The characters and the story this book had to tell has definitely left an everlasting mark on my heart. And this is such a powerfully written and beautifully heartbreaking story full love, pain, loss, betrayal, and so much more. If you're looking for a contemporary romance that is going to make you feel all the feelings, then Lies My Girlfriend Told Me is the book that I would recommend to you. Just give it a chance and let these characters charm you, the way that they charmed me. 




Julie Anne Peters was born in Jamestown, New York. When she was five, her family moved to the Denver suburbs in Colorado. Her parents divorced when she was in high school. She has three siblings: a brother, John, and two younger sisters, Jeanne and Susan.

Her books for young adults include Define "Normal" (2000), Keeping You a Secret (2003), Luna (2004), Far from Xanadu (2005), Between Mom and Jo (2006), grl2grl (2007), Rage: A Love Story (2009), By the Time You Read This, I'll Be Dead (2010), She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not... (2011) and I Hope You Dance (2012). Her young adult fiction frequently deals with LGBT issues.

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