Blitz: The Ruins

The Ruins T.H. Hernandez (The Union #2) Publication date: June 16th 2015 Genres: Adventure, Dystopian, Romance, Young Adult Heartbroken, grief-stricken, and wracked with guilt, seventeen-year-old Evan Taylor returned to the Union, leaving behind the boy she loved. Now, she and her friends must find a way to do the impossible – warn the citizens of … Continue reading Blitz: The Ruins

Blitz: Ink

Ink Jobie Baldwin (Tribe, #1) Publication date: October 6th 2018 Genres: Urban Fantasy, Young Adult A powerful god, a magical tattoo and a rebellious teenager. What could possibly go wrong? Christian, an unruly English teenager, stumbles onto a mysterious tattoo parlor. Possessed by the Rune God, Hagalaz, he becomes immortal, gifted with magical powers which … Continue reading Blitz: Ink

Blitz: Shadow’s Voice

  Shadow’s Voice Natalie Johanson Publication date: January 2nd 2019 Genres: Adult, Fantasy Rose Trewin is on the run. Pursued by memories of her father, she runs from city to city, seeking normalcy. But Rose can’t escape her past, or the magic running through her veins, the magic that allows her to slip through the … Continue reading Blitz: Shadow’s Voice

Blitz: Paper Girl

  Paper Girl by Cindy R. Wilson Genre: YA Contemporary Fiction Release date: December 4th 2018 Entangled Teen   Summary: I haven’t left my house in over a year. My doctor says it’s social anxiety, but I know the only things that are safe are made of paper. My room is paper. My world is … Continue reading Blitz: Paper Girl

Blitz: Don’t Blame Me

Don't Blame Me by Kay Blake Genre: NA/Adult Contemporary Romance Release Date: August 10th 2018 Summary: Sometimes love’s a drug. The rush can be so addicting. All that matters is the high. Not the consequences. Not the damage left in its wake. Adrian Robinson was a college football star, with his future all mapped out. … Continue reading Blitz: Don’t Blame Me

Blog Blitz: Skerryvore

Skerryvore by Lee Williams Genre: YA Fantasy Release Date: September 2nd 2018 Summary: Teenage twins Rose and Daniel aren’t allowed phones, computers, even a TV, thanks to their conspiracy-obsessed father. But when the people he always thought were after him actually turn up, the twins realise their dad wasn’t as paranoid as they’d always thought. … Continue reading Blog Blitz: Skerryvore

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