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Two Moons of Sera by Pavarti K. Tyler is billed as “all the fun of YA for adults” and I would say that this assertion is absolutely true. It has all the hallmarks of YA—adventure, exploration, reinventing family, and coming … Continue reading

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Farsighted by Emlyn Chand is an intriguing blend of YA story elements—part paranormal romance, part mystery, part contemporary hard-luck coming-of-age. I know it’s hard to imagine that a book that includes all that could still be tightly woven and thematically … Continue reading

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All this discussion about self-publishing and indie authoring has revved up my curiosity engine. (This is the same engine, incidentally, that convinced me it was a good idea to try drinking unfiltered water in Mexico. Not a good idea. Not … Continue reading

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