Attention ‪#‎TheTorchKeeper‬ Fans! With all the good news about ‪#‎Dagger‬ being published, I’m feeling generous. How many of you want to know the title of Book 3? If there’s enough interest, I may be tempted to reveal it early! wink emoticon Let me know!


P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han

This is the sequel to To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (review here).

Rating: ★★★★☆


Lara Jean didn’t expect to really fall for Peter. They were just pretending. Until they weren’t. And now Lara Jean has to learn what it’s like to be in a real relationship and not just a make-believe one. But when another boy from her past returns to her life, Lara Jean’s feelings for him suddenly return too. Can a girl be in love with two boys at once? Lara Jean is about to find out that falling in love is the easy part.


I was so excited to find out what happened to Lara Jean and Peter after the end of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, and I was not disappointed. P.S. I Still Love You is all about what it is like to have a relationship. It shows what happens after the “happily ever after”, which one does not often see in contemporary novels. Most of them end right when the two people get together. The entire book leads up to the characters starting a relationship, but all we really see is the prologue of it all. This is something that bugs me a lot. P.S. I Still Love You did not have this issue, which made me like it a lot. Another thing I adored was all the feminism in this book! That made me love it even more. It has the same snappy dialogue as the first book of the duology, but I must say that I liked the first one better. It was just a tiny bit more fun to read. This book was more of a coming-of-age story, and deals with old friendships, growing up, and holding on to the past. I had a lot of fun reading it, and if you have not yet read it, you should put it on your TBR stat!

//Love from L

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anonymous asked:

Hi! Could you recommend some books where the home life for the characters is a bit rough? Similar to Forbidden where the two eldest siblings have to raise their younger sib;ings? thanks x

Hello, anon :)

We can certainly try! We don’t know many books with as rough a home life as that in Forbidden but here are some books we’ve thought of:

Young Adult

New Adult


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I made another thing, this one I’m aiming to make more professional..

When I finish this new version of Dusk I plan to pay for my own domain and get cards made and stuff.. but for now, here take a look, I made a website for my stupid self and ridiculous amount of stories.. :X

-I also made pseudo covers, credits to which you can find on my deviant art…

ok so i read this YA book (?) i think? back in middle or high school and it was probably already at least 5 years old by then, it was about this girl-monster who fell in love with a prince; she had bat wings and grayish skin and yellow eyes? i think. and could fly and ended up changing into the shape of his intended bride without him knowing it; she thought she was the last of her kind but it turned out that there was another who was like, the local wizard or something who lived at the castle; at the end of the book she ended up turning to stone because of a curse? or whatever deal she made to be able to shape-shift into the form of the princess, and she sort of died / froze with a locket that he gave her in her hand.

i’ve tried searching for this with keywords like girl-monster and shapeshifting, but all i’m finding is mortal instruments and terry pratchett stuff; it was a single book and not part of a series 



Hey Everyone! Great news! I’ve just signed a contract with the awesome Evernight Teen for the publication of my Young Adult, Paranormal Espionage novel, ‪#‎DAGGER‬, which will be released THIS September! DAGGER chronicles the adventures of ‪#‎DaggerBeaumont‬, a gay high school senior who must keep his secret life hidden from family and friends— he’s been recruited by an undercover governmental organization dedicated to battling supernatural terrorism all over the globe! And don’t worry ‪#‎TheTorchKeeper‬fans, Book 3 news is coming SOON! Read more about DAGGER here:
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