Book Review: Fans of the Impossible Life (Kate Scelsa)


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Ten months after her recurring depression landed her in the hospital, Mira is starting over as a new student at Saint Francis Prep. She promised her parents she would at least try to act like a normal, functioning human this time around, not a girl who sometimes can’t get out of bed for days on end, who only feels awake when she’s with Sebby.

Jeremy is the painfully shy art nerd at Saint Francis who’s been in self-imposed isolation after an incident that ruined his last year of school. When he sees Sebby for the first time across the school lawn it’s as if he’s been expecting this blond, lanky boy with a mischievous glint in his eye.

Sebby, Mira’s gay best friend, is a boy who seems to carry sunlight around with him like a backlit halo. Even as life in his foster home starts to take its toll, Sebby and Mira together craft a world of magic rituals and secret road trips, designed to fix the broken parts of their lives.

As Jeremy finds himself drawn into Sebby and Mira’s world, he begins to understand the secrets that they hide in order to protect themselves, to keep each other safe from those who don’t understand their quest to live for the impossible.



Release Blitz: BREAKOUT by Ann Aguirre

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We are absolutely thrilled to bring you the Release Week Blitz for Ann Aguirre’s BREAKOUT!

BREAKOUT is an Adult Romantic Science Fiction novel set in the Jax Universe and is a part of Ann

Aguirre’s Dred Chronicles, published through Ace. Grab your copy of



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BREAKOUT Synopsis:

All hell is breaking loose in the edge-of-your-seat follow-up

to Havoc and Perdition fromNew York Times bestselling author Ann


The prison ship Perdition has become a post-battle charnel house with only a handful of Dred’s soldiers

still standing and now being hunted by Silence’s trained tongueless assassins. Forging an uneasy alliance

with mercenary commander Vost—who is their only chance at escape—the Dread Queen will do

whatever it takes to end her life sentence on Perdition and keep the survivors alive long enough to

cobble together a transport capable of getting them off station.

If Dred and her crew can win the deadly game of cat and mouse, the payoff is not only life but

freedom—a prize sweeter than their wildest dreams. Yet the sadistic Silence would rather destroy

Perdition than let a single soul slip from her grasp…

Praise for the Dred Chronicles:

“There’s so much action, so much adventure, and more than that, it’s great writing.”—USA


“SiranthaJax fans may be intrigued to see what befell Jael after his ill-considered actions there, and new

lead Dred is a strong linchpin for a promising new series.”—Publishers Weekly

“Spectacularly and spell-bindingly perfect with high octane action that keeps you on the edge of your

seat and a romance that is surprisingly sweet and tender in a harsh and unforiving setting…This is

honestly one of the best SF romance series I have read.” —Book Pushers


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books in the Dred Chronicles!








Author PhotoAbout Ann Aguirre:

Ann Aguirre is a New York Times & USA Today bestselling author and RITA

winner with a degree in English Literature; before she began writing full time, she was a clown, a clerk, a

voice actress, and a savior of stray kittens, not necessarily in that order. She grew up in a yellow house

across from a cornfield, but now she lives in sunny Mexico with her husband, children, and various pets.

Ann likes books, emo music, action movies, and she writes all kinds of genre fiction for adults and teens,

published with Harlequin, Macmillan, and Penguin, among others.





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Book Review: The Seventh Most Important Thing (Shelley Pearsall)


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When 14-year-old Arthur T. Owens throws a brick at an old trash picker known as the Junk Man, he is forced to work for the victim as punishment. As Arthur searches for the things on the Junk Man’s assigned list of Seven Most Important Things, he comes closer to uncovering the Junk Man’s secret project and closer to understanding how redemption can be found in the unlikeliest of places.


All I can think reading this book was that I want a book adaptation with Morgan Freeman on it… READ MORE