YA Book Shelf: Doing something that you’re passionate about will not only never feel like work, but also will lead to future opportunities, some of which you will never anticipate and others, you’ll only dream of before hand. I earned my two most recent full-time jobs and several speaking and freelance review opportunities as a direct result of the skills I learned and demonstrated through developing YABookShelf.com. Read more →
I can’t believe how lucky I am to be able to interview her for YABookShelf.com, and I’m over the moon that one lucky U.S. or Canadian reader will win the Secrets 7-book box set through my blog. I hope that my questions and Kelley Armstrong’s thoughtful responses will get you excited to check out at least this book if not all of the books in the series. Read more →
I really enjoyed learning about the tumultuous period before and after the Bubonic Plague begins sweeping through Europe through the eyes of a strong, independent woman, and I’m sure that you will, too. Today, as the subject heading of this post suggests, you have a chance to win one of two copies of this award-winning book, Alchemy’s Daughter. Read more →
I have a soft spot for rom-coms. I could watch them all day, every day, and never get bored of the swoony feels they give me.
So I was super excited when a Press Assistant from Think Jam contacted me to see if I’d be interested in reviewing and offering a giveaway of The Longest Ride on Blu-ray and Digital HD on YABookShelf.com. I may have even done a little happy dance. Read more →