Loved That, Read This [5]

 

Loved That, Read This

 

I’ve been giving a lot of books recommendations lately, so I decided to start a new weekly feature. Loved That, Read This is all about recommending books! There’s no set amount on how many books you have to recommend per week, or restrictions on what genres/age categories you can feature. Just have fun with this! If you want to participate, please link back to me in your post, and then link up below via the linky! Okay, with that said, here we go:

 

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If you loved Divergent, then read Delirium.

I’ve been noticing people in the industry still steering clear of dystopian books, so in honor of my love for them, here’s a book rec. Both of these books feature a society surrounded by a wall, and the occupants are divided in some way (factions/factionless vs. cured/uncured). Both books feature main characters who slowly realize that their world isn’t what it seems.

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If you loved Scarlett Epstein Hates It Here, then read All the Feels.

These two books focus on main characters who are obsessed with either a TV show, or movie, franchise. Scarlett’s in high school, and Liv’s in college. Both girls express their grief over their respective fandom being cancelled by doing something creative. Scarlett writes fanfiction, and Liv starts a campaign (and does movie clips) to try and bring her fandom back.

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If you loved Sloppy Firsts, then read The Boyfriend List.

I’m giving two “older” series some love! Both of these main characters are very opinionated, and a bit out there sometimes. Each of the girls lose their best friend in some way (no, the best friends don’t die). The Jessica Darling series is 5 books (some of which are NA aged), and the Ruby Oliver series is 4 books.

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If you loved Remember Me?, then read Airhead.

These two books feature main characters (adult vs. YA) who don’t remember everything when they wake up. Their lives are changed when they wake up in the hospital after their accidents. Both books have a bit of darkness to them, and lots of secrets/lies that keep you flipping the pages.

 

Have you read any of these books? I’d love to hear your thoughts on them! Don’t forget to link up below with the URL to your blog post (not your blog), and your name. Then if you have some time, check out some of the other links!

 

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Waiting on Wednesday [49]

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Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly awaiting.

 

There are so many books I’m excited about, so I’ll definitely keep doing Waiting on Wednesday. With that said, here’s my pick that I can’t wait for.

 

Girl in Pieces

Title: Girl in Pieces
Author: Kathleen Glasgow
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Publication date: August 30, 2016
Summary (via Goodreads): For fans of Girl, Interrupted, Thirteen Reasons Why, and All the Bright Places comes Kathleen Glasgow’s debut novel about a girl who has lost everything—almost even herself.

Charlotte Davis is in pieces. At seventeen she’s already lost more than most people lose in a lifetime. But she’s learned how to forget. The thick glass of a mason jar cuts deep, and the pain washes away the sorrow until there is nothing but calm. You don’t have to think about your father and the river. Your best friend, who is gone forever. Or your mother, who has nothing left to give you.

Every new scar hardens Charlie’s heart just a little more, yet it still hurts so much. It hurts enough to not care anymore, which is sometimes what has to happen before you can find your way back from the edge.

A deeply moving portrait of a teenage girl on the verge of losing herself and the journey she must take to survive in her own skin, Kathleen Glasgow’s debut is heartbreakingly real and unflinchingly honest. It’s a story you won’t be able to look away from.


Why I Chose This Book:

This sounds incredible, and kind of dark, which I don’t mind in the slightest. I’ll be reading and reviewing this for Sunday Street Team, so I can’t wait to get my hands on the eARC soon. I think it’ll be fantastic…especially given the 4-5 star reviews it’s gotten so far!

 

What upcoming releases are you most excited about?

Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Books Set Outside The US

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every week there’s a new topic for a top ten list.

 

This week’s topic is Ten Books Set Outside The US. This was a lot harder than I expected because it seems that I read a lot of books set in the U.S.

 

Anna and the French Kiss  Me Before You  You and Me, Always  Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone  Cinder

1. Anna and the French Kiss  This book is set in the U.S. for parts, but the better part of the book is set in Paris. It’s a cute contemp book!

2. Me Before You  Such a good book, set in England. It was a tearjerker for me, so you might cry.

3. You and Me, Always – Jill Mansell is one of my favorite adult authors. Her books are set in various places in England.

4. Harry Potter series – A childhood favorite that I absolutely love. These books are set in England as well.

5. The Lunar Chronicles series – These books are set in various countries within the Eastern Hemisphere (in the future) AND IN SPACE!

The wrath & the dawn  Just One Year  Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging  Twenties Girl  Queen of Babble

6. The Wrath & the Dawn  A book set in the Middle East (I think?) with such beautiful imagery.

7. Just One Year  This is the second book in the duology, but the only one that isn’t heavily set in the U.S. Plus I liked book two a lot better than book one.

8. Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging series  I haven’t read these books in forever, but I remember them being hilarious. I think I stopped around book 5, so I need to re-read and then finish the series.

9. Twenties Girl – I haven’t read Sophie Kinsella in a while, but the books I’ve read I really liked. They’re all set in England for the most part, from what I’ve seen.

10. Queen of Babble – A little bit of this book is set in the U.S. (some of the beginning), but the rest is set in foreign locales (England/France).

 

Have you read any of the books I listed here? If so, what’d you think of them?

July SST: Signs of You by Emily France Review + Giveaway

Sunday Street Team

 

Welcome to the Sunday Street Team! I received an eARC of this book in exchange for a honest review. This book was definitely unique. I didn’t love it as much as I wanted though. I gave it 3.5 out of 5 stars.

 


Signs of YouTitle:
 Signs of You
Author: Emily France
Publisher: Soho Teen
Publication date:
July 19, 2016
Summary (via Goodreads): Since sixteen-year-old Riley Strout lost her mother two years ago, her saving grace has been her quirky little family in the grief support group she joined as a freshman. Jay, Kate, and Noah understand her pain; each lost a loved one, and they’ve stuck together in spite of their differences, united by tragedies only they understand.

 

When Riley thinks she spots her mother shopping in a grocery store, she fears she is suffering some sort of post-traumatic stress. Then Jay and Kate report similar experiences. Only Noah hasn’t had some kind of vision, which is perhaps why he’s become so skeptical and distant.

 

When Noah disappears, Riley fears she’s lost another loved one. As they frantically search for him, she, Kate, and Jay are drawn into the mystery surrounding a relic that belonged to Jay’s dead father and contains clues about the afterlife. Riley finds herself wrestling with her feelings for both Noah and Jay—which have become clear only in Noah’s absence. If Riley is to help those she loves, and herself, she must set things right with the one she’s lost.

 


 

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When I saw that this book was being offered for the Sunday Street Team, I was so excited. Overall, it was a good book and the writing was so beautiful in places, but I just didn’t connect with the characters and story like I was expecting. I received a copy from Edelweiss to review, and ended up giving this book 3.5 out of 5 stars.

 

One thing I can definitely praise this book for is being unique. I don’t think I’ve ever read anything like it. But with that being said, it was a little weird for my tastes. I liked the beginning of the book, got a little lost/uncertain about the middle, and really liked the ending.

 

The book is only 240 pages, which isn’t long, but I felt like it could have been shorter. At times I felt not a lot was happening, and I think that contributed to my not liking the book as much as I wanted. I did like Riley a lot overall, and Noah was a doll. Kate was pretty entertaining, but I really didn’t like Jay’s character very much. One of my favorite parts of this book was their friendship (I could have done without Jay personally).

 

There’s a major lack of parents in this book (besides the dead ones which are mentioned quite a bit). I think the only parent that’s shown is Riley’s dad, and even he’s not that prominent. The rest were MIA. I guess maybe that’s the nature of parents going through grief?

 

Noah was probably one of my favorite characters of this book. He’s pretty quiet, maybe a little bit of an outsider (even in their group), and very observant. By the end of the book, I loved him to pieces. He’s a new addition to my book boyfriend list. One thing to note is that there’s not a lot of romance in this book. Sure Riley’s got a major crush on someone, but the focus of the book isn’t romance.

 

I made notes of beautiful lines while I was updating my progress in this book. There were quite a few: “…I know we’ve learned something about loss: when you find friends who know it, who’ve been through it, who really, really get the ache that moves in and lives in your bones, it gets a little easier.” and “My deepest, darkest fear is that maybe we don’t ever get over some things. Maybe we just carry them around, permanently, these heavy, dull aches in the heart. And maybe they don’t heal; maybe we just learn to work around the pain.” and “…maybe it’s no more complicated or romantic than that the damaged are drawn to the damaged. Connected by hurt.”

 

Final note: A good book, but I didn’t love it like I’d hoped I would. For anyone that likes contemporary books that are a little darker, and kind out there subject wise, check this one out. It’s got some beautiful writing people!

 

3.5 stars

 


 

about the author

 

Emily France graduated from Brown University before going on to law school, where she was the editor-in-chief of the law review. She finds creative inspiration in all things spiritual, from sitting with Benedictine monks for 4 a.m. vigils in a Rocky Mountain monastery to trekking to Buddhist and Hindu temples in India. Now she writes full-time and lives with her husband and their fearless Tibetan Spaniel in sunny Colorado—the closest place to Nirvana she’s found. Signs of You is her debut novel. Visit Emily online at www.emilyfrancebooks.com and follow her on Twitter @EmilyFranceBook.

 


 

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Stacking the Shelves [33]

Stacking the Shelves

 

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews. Stacking the Shelves is about sharing the books you’re adding to your shelves. You can include books you buy in a physical store or online, books your borrow from the library or friends, review books, gifts and eBooks.

 

I bought a few pre-orders (not pictured Always and Forever, Lara Jean) and quite a few cheap Kindle ebooks, many of which I listed on my Deals & Steals post earlier this week. I also won FOUR Twitter giveaways! Yes!

 

With that said, here are the books I’ve bought, borrowed, and received this past week:

 

Bought:

How to Make a Wish A Crown of Wishes Crystal Crowned Jerkbait Alive The Great American Whatever How to Repair a Mechanical Heart The Shadow Queen The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer Sia The Lying Game Twisted Fate An Ember in the Ashes

 

Won:

The Raven Boys The Dream Thieves Blue Lily, Lily Blue The Raven King Shadow Run The Best Possible Answer The Memory Book

 

What are you Stacking the Shelves with this week? Any books you can’t wait to read?

Loved That, Read This [4]

 

Loved That, Read This

 

I’ve been giving a lot of books recommendations lately, so I decided to start a new weekly feature. Loved That, Read This is all about recommending books! There’s no set amount on how many books you have to recommend per week, or restrictions on what genres/age categories you can feature. Just have fun with this! If you want to participate, please link back to me in your post, and then link up below via the linky! Okay, with that said, here we go:

 

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If you loved Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour, then read Open Road Summer.

Both books focus on summer road trips, and music plays a big part in each. Plus there’s cute boys, which is always a plus! I think Morgan and Emery’s writing styles have the same kind of vibe, so if you love one, you’ll likely love the other. If you want to try out Open Road Summer, the Kindle ebook is only $1.99!

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If you loved Did I Mention I Love You?, then read The Possibility of Now.

The main characters are teen girls with estranged dads; in the books, they go visit/live with their dads. Romance is less of a focus in The Possibility of Now. One major difference is that Did I Mention I Love You? is the first book in a trilogy, and The Possibility of Now is a standalone. And if you haven’t read Did I Mention I Love You? yet either, the Kindle copy is $1.99!

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If you loved I Was Here, then read My Heart and Other Black Holes.

Both books focus on the topic of suicide, so they’re a bit dark. I Was Here shows the aftermath after someone commits suicide, and My Heart and Other Black Holes shows the exact opposite: someone who’s considering suicide. I listened to the audiobooks for both of these, and highly recommend the narrators!

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If you loved Twenty Boy Summer, then read The Start of Me and You.

These books have one major thing in common: the main characters’ boyfriends have died. They’re starting to put themselves out there again, considering the possibility of love once more. The friends are pretty awesome in these books. Yay girl power! If you haven’t read Twenty Boy Summer yet, the Kindle copy is $1.99 right now!

 

Have you read any of these books? I’d love to hear your thoughts on them! Don’t forget to link up below with the URL to your blog post (not your blog), and your name. Then if you have some time, check out some of the other links!

 

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Deals & Steals [3]

Deals & Steals

 

Here’s a list of ebooks I found on sale on Amazon. They’re listed from lowest to highest price downwards. Prices subject to change based on publisher sales/whims. So if you want these ebooks at the shown price, you better get them quick!

 

Air Awakens The Last of the Firedrakes Sia The Great American Whatever Tell Me Again How A Crush Should Feel

Air Awakens by Elise Kova – $0.99

The Last of the Firedrakes by Farah Oomerbhoy – $0.99

Sia by Josh Grayson – $0.99

The Great America Whatever by Tim Federle – $1.99

Tell Me Again How a Crush Should Feel by Sara Farizan – $1.99

 Open Road Summer Twenty Boy Summer 99 Days Proof of Forever You Were Here

Open Road Summer by Emery Lord – $1.99

Twenty Boy Summer by Sarah Ockler – $1.99

99 Days by Katie Cotugno – $1.99

Proof of Forever by Lexa Hillyer – $1.99

You Were Here by Cori McCarthy – $1.99

All-American Girl Tiny Pretty Things The Lying Game Jellicoe Road The Girl at Midnight

All-American Girl by Meg Cabot – $1.99

Tiny Pretty Things by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton – $1.99

The Lying Game by Sara Shepard – $1.99

Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta – $1.99

The Girl at Midnight by Melissa Grey – $1.99

 Zeroes Reawakened Until We Meet Again Alive Talon

Zeroes by Scott Westerfeld, Margo Lanagan, Deborah Biancotti- $1.99

Reawakened by Colleen Houck – $1.99

Until We Meet Again by Renee Collins – $1.99

Alive by Scott Sigler – $1.99

Talon by Julie Kagawa – $1.99

Afterparty The Scorch Trials More Than This Twisted Fate The Summer I Turned Pretty

Afterparty by Ann Redisch Stampler – $1.99

The Scorch Trials by James Dashner – $1.99

More Than This by Patrick Ness – $1.99

Twisted Fate by Norah Olson – $1.99

The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han – $2.99

The Winner's Curse An Ember in the Ashes The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer Landline The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski – $2.99

An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir – $2.99

The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin – $2.99

Landline by Rainbow Rowell – $2.99

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith – $2.99

 

Have you read any of these books before? Are you planning on buying any I’ve listed here?

Waiting on Wednesday [48]

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Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly awaiting.

 

There are so many books I’m excited about, so I’ll definitely keep doing Waiting on Wednesday. With that said, here’s my pick that I can’t wait for.

 

Empire of Storms

Title: Empire of Storms
Author: Sarah J. Maas
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Childrens
Publication date: September 6, 2016
Summary (via Goodreads): The long path to the throne has only just begun for Aelin Galathynius. Loyalties have been broken and bought, friends have been lost and gained, and those who possess magic find themselves at odds with those don’t.

As the kingdoms of Erilea fracture around her, enemies must become allies if Aelin is to keep those she loves from falling to the dark forces poised to claim her world. With war looming on all horizons, the only chance for salvation lies in a desperate quest that may mark the end of everything Aelin holds dear.

Aelin’s journey from assassin to queen has entranced millions across the globe, and this fifth installment will leave fans breathless. Will Aelin succeed in keeping her world from splintering, or will it all come crashing down?


Why I Chose This Book:

Over 700 pages of goodness right here! I binged books 2-4 earlier this year, so I’ve been impatiently waiting for this book’s release since then. COME ON SEPTEMBER! I need some more Rowan now!

 

What upcoming releases are you most excited about?

Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Facts About Me

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every week there’s a new topic for a top ten list.

 

This week’s topic is Ten Facts About Me (bookish or just general about you facts or ten facts about you as a blogger…whatever you want). I’m going to try and do ten that are about me as a book fiend/blogger. We’ll see how this goes.

 

1. I’m a writer.  I’m currently working on my third manuscript. They’re all YA contemporary romance novels. I might try my hand at fantasy, dystopian, paranormal, etc. eventually. If you want, you can see the working titles & (very) little Pinterest board inspiration here.

2. My one year blogoversary is coming up in less than 2 weeks!  So freaking excited about this! I should get a blogoversary giveaway post scheduled…

3. My favorite genre is contemporary, but fantasy is growing on me. – Contemporary has always been my favorite go to genre. Harry Potter was about the only fantasy books I’ve read before I became a blogger. But that genre is moving up my favorites. It could never displace contemp though.

4. I have WAY too many books. – I have five shelves filled, and I still need more. Sorry, not sorry.

5. I’m a Ravenclaw. – Yes, I took the Pottermore quiz twice. Yes, I got Ravenclaw both times. But if we’re doing hybrid houses, I’m a Slytherclaw. Represent!

6. I have a book buying problem.  Is there a Bookaholics Anonymous group, or something? I tried putting myself on a book buying ban earlier this year, and that only lasted…like no time at all.

7. I wrote HP fanfiction obsessively.  When I was a teen, this was my creative outlet. I kind of miss it some days; most of my stories aren’t finished and I have some unpublished stories/chapters. My favorite pairings were Draco and Hermione, Draco and Ginny, Hermione and Ginny, Lily and James, and Draco and Harry. Are you noticing a Draco theme here? I LOVED HIM! And speaking of…

8. Draco Malfoy was my first book boyfriend. – As stated above, I loved this character with every fiber of my being. Don’t try to change my mind. Since him, I’ve fallen in love with other “wayward” or “bad boy” characters, such as The Darkling and Rhysand. I’ve got bad boy love fever!

9. I’m an anxious person. – I love the idea of book cons, etc. but I’m not sure I could do them. I’m super introverted/shy at first, and I get like panic attacks when I have to speak in front of people. It sucks.

10. I’ve never met any authors in person. – I do not like this fact. Either authors never come to my area, or if they do, half the time it’s like a 1 1/2 hour AND usually during the week. I have to work to pay the bills, so it’s just never worked out. Or if they are in my area, sometimes (rarely) I’ll have plans that conflict with their signing days. Boo! 🙁

 

Did you have any facts in common with me?

Cover Reveal: Remember Yesterday (Forget Tomorrow #2) by Pintip Dunn

REMEMBER YESTERDAY (Forget Tomorrow #2) by Pintip Dunn
Cover Reveal July 11th, 2016

 

YaReads Blog Tours and YA Interrobang hosted this cover reveal.

 

ABOUT THE BOOK:
Book Title: Remember Yesterday (Forget Tomorrow, #2)
Author: Pintip Dunn
Release Date: October 4, 2016
Genre: YA Sci-Fi

 

REMEMBER YESTERDAY SYNOPSIS:
Sixteen-year-old Jessa Stone is the most valuable citizen in Eden City. Her psychic abilities could lead to significant scientific discoveries, if only she’d let TechRA study her. But ten years ago, the scientists kidnapped and experimented on her, leading to severe ramifications for her sister, Callie. She’d much rather break into their labs and sabotage their research—starting with Tanner Callahan, budding scientist and the boy she loathes most at school.

 

The past isn’t what she assumed, though—and neither is Tanner. He’s not the arrogant jerk she thought he was. And his research opens the door to the possibility that Jessa can rectify a fatal mistake made ten years earlier. She’ll do anything to change the past and save her sister—even if it means teaming up with the enemy she swore to defeat.

 

Remember Yesterday -eBookBOOK LINKS FOR REMEMBER YESTERDAY (Forget Tomorrow #2)
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/26091228-remember-yesterday
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Remember-Yesterday-Forget-Tomorrow-Pintip-ebook/dp/B0166RX44O
Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/remember-yesterday-pintip-dunn/1122749494?ean=9781633754942
iBooks: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/remember-yesterday/id1046514286?ign-mpt=uo%3D8
Kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/remember-yesterday-1
Amazon.co.uk: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Remember-Yesterday-Forget-Tomorrow-Pintip-ebook/dp/B0166RX44O
Amazon.ca: https://www.amazon.ca/Remember-Yesterday-Forget-Tomorrow-Pintip-ebook/dp/B0166RX44O
Entangled Publishing: http://www.entangledpublishing.com/remember-yesterday/

 

FORGET TOMORROW SYNOPSIS:
Imagine a world where your destiny has already been decided…by your future self.

 

It’s Callie’s seventeenth birthday and, like everyone else, she’s eagerly awaiting her vision―a memory sent back in time to sculpt each citizen into the person they’re meant to be. A world-class swimmer. A renowned scientist.

 

Or in Callie’s case, a criminal.

 

In her vision, she sees herself murdering her gifted younger sister. Before she can process what it means, Callie is arrested and placed in Limbo―a prison for those destined to break the law. With the help of her childhood crush, Logan, a boy she hasn’t spoken to in five years, she escapes the hellish prison.

 

But on the run from her future, as well as the government, Callie sets in motion a chain of events that she hopes will change her fate. If not, she must figure out how to protect her sister from the biggest threat of all—Callie, herself.

 

BOOK LINKS FOR FORGET TOMORROW (Forget Tomorrow #1)Forget Tomorrow
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/24804505-forget-tomorrow
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Forget-Tomorrow-Pintip-Dunn/dp/1633752380
Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/forget-tomorrow-pintip-dunn/1121154538?ean=9781633752382
iBooks: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/forget-tomorrow/id1003220432?ign-mpt=uo%3D8
Kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/forget-tomorrow
Amazon.co.uk: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Forget-Tomorrow-Pintip-Dunn/dp/1633752380
Amazon.ca: https://www.amazon.ca/Forget-Tomorrow-Pintip-Dunn/dp/1633752380
Powell’s Books: http://www.powells.com/book/forget-tomorrow-9781633752382
Books-A-Million: http://www.booksamillion.com/p/Forget-Tomorrow/Pintip-Dunn/9781633752382
The Book Depository: http://www.bookdepository.com/Forget-Tomorrow-Pintip-Dunn/9781633752382
Entangled: http://www.entangledpublishing.com/forget-tomorrow/

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Pintip Dunn graduated from Harvard University, magna cum laude, with an A.B. in English Literature and Language. She received her J.D. at Yale Law School, where she was an editor of the YALE LAW JOURNAL. She also published an article in the YALE LAW JOURNAL, entitled, “How Judges Overrule: Speech Act Theory and the Doctrine of Stare Decisis.”

 

Pintip is represented by literary agent Beth Miller of Writers House. Her debut novel, Forget Tomorrow, is a finalist in the Best First Book category of RWA’s RITA® contest. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, Washington Romance Writers, YARWA, and The Golden Network.

 

She lives with her husband and children in Maryland. You can learn more about Pintip and her books at www.pintipdunn.com.

 

AUTHOR WEBSITES
Website: http://www.pintipdunn.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/pintipdunn
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorPintipDunn
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/13442212.Pintip_Dunn
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pintip_dunn/
Newsletter: http://www.pintipdunn.com/welcome