Review: Field Notes on Love

Field Notes on Love by Jennifer E. Smith
Publication Date: March 5th, 2019
Format/Source: eBook, borrowed from library
Rating: 5/5 stars 
Part of a series? Nope! 

Having just been dumped by his girlfriend, British-born Hugo is still determined to take his last-hurrah-before-college train trip across the United States. One snag: the companion ticket is already booked under the name of his ex, Margaret Campbell. Nontransferable, no exceptions.

Enter the new Margaret C. (Mae for short), an aspiring filmmaker with big dreams. After finding Hugo's spare ticket offer online, she's convinced it's the perfect opportunity to expand her horizons.

When the two meet, the attraction is undeniable, and both find more than they bargained for. As Mae pushes Hugo to explore his dreams for his future, he'll encourage her to channel a new, vulnerable side of her art. But when life off the train threatens the bubble they've created for themselves, will they manage to keep their love on track?

I've been a fan of Jennifer E. Smith for quite some time now. Her debut, The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight is one of the first YA books I remember buying ever, and I've enjoyed every book I've read of hers since. Even though they're contemporary and there's no actual spells or potions or crazy creatures to be found, her books have a certain magic and whimsy to them, and Field Notes on Love is no exception. 

This was a love story through and through. And it wasn't just Mae and Hugo's (though of course theirs was central and wonderful). Smith beautifully covers love in all forms as the dynamic duo travel across the country gathering field notes on love. We get to meet people who are romantically in love and people whose definitions of love span from pizza to togetherness to joy. We also see the love between Mae and her best friend Priyanka, which is just as strong as the love Mae and Hugo have for each other, showing that love doesn't have to be romantic to be real and true. 

Other integral parts of the novel were the relationships Mae and Hugo had with their families. They come from very different family backgrounds - Mae is the only child of two gay New Yorkers and she's very close to her Nana, while Hugo is a sextuplet from England whose best friends are his five other siblings. I loved reading Hugo's interactions with his siblings because they're all so different, yet still all on the same wavelength. All they really know is each other, and while Hugo is a little frustrated and wants more for himself, he's not resentful of them. There's genuine love and respect there, and I loved it. I liked Mae's dads as well, but the shining star for me was her Nana. She really was Mae's biggest fan, and their relationship warmed my heart. 

Watching Mae and Hugo fall in love as they figure themselves out was so beautiful. Starting college is such a strange and wild time in your life and I remember it so well; I felt every bit of their pain and joy and confusion and happiness, and it made me want to be their friend. As much as I absolutely adored Field Notes, I do wish we saw a bit more of the places they visited along the way, but I understand that the relationships really are what carry the book. 

Field Notes on Love is hands-down my favorite Jennifer E. Smith book. It's charming and entertaining and so wonderfully written. It had me laughing and crying and smiling from ear to ear by the end of it, and I highly, highly recommend you pick it up immediately. 

Top Ten Most Anticipated Releases of the Second Half of 2019

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Jana over at That Artsy Reader Girl!

This week's theme is most anticipated releases of the second half of 2019. I've been perusing Goodreads since I've made my triumphant return back to blogging, and I've missed out on a LOT. There are way more than ten late 2019 releases I've got my eyes on, but here are just ten.

Maybe This Time by Kasie West
Expected Publication Date: July 9th, 2019
(You know I LOVE me some Kasie West.)

Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo
Expected Publication Date: October 1st, 2019
An adult book from Leigh Bardugo??? Can't wait. 

Expected Publication Date: December 3rd, 2019
An Austen-themed mystery? Sign me UP. 

The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams
Expected Publication Date: November 5th, 2019
Okay I LOVE the idea of a whole bunch of guys in a romance book club. This sounds amazing. 

10 Blind Dates by Ashley Elston
Expected Publication Date: October 1st, 2019
This premise sounds so fun, and I love this cover!

American Royals by Katharine McGee
Expected Publication Date: September 3rd, 2019
Oh my god, I love anything royal family related, so you best believe I'm excited to see something about American royals. 

Bringing Down the Duke by Evie Dunmore
Expected Publication Date: September 3rd, 2019
A historical romance about women's suffrage is everything I never knew I wanted. 

How to Hack a Heartbreak by Kristin Rockaway
Expected Publication Date: July 30th, 2019
Okay first of all, I would love to see an app for abusers in online dating spaces (does one already exist???) and second of all, I can't wait for this. 

Well Met by Jen DeLuca
Expected Publication Date: September 3rd, 2019
This had me at renn faire. 

A River of Royal Blood by Amanda Joy 
Expected Publication Date: October 29th, 2019
We love to see fantasy books without white people on the cover!

What 2019 releases are you looking forward to for the rest of the year? Let me know!

Review: The Kiss Quotient

The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang
Publication Date: May 30th, 2018
Format/Source: Paperback, purchased
Rating: 5/5 stars 
Part of a series? Yes, it's the first in The Kiss Quotient Series, a series of standalones 

Stella Lane thinks math is the only thing that unites the universe. She comes up with algorithms to predict customer purchases — a job that has given her more money than she knows what to do with, and way less experience in the dating department than the average thirty-year-old.

It doesn't help that Stella has Asperger's and French kissing reminds her of a shark getting its teeth cleaned by pilot fish. Her conclusion: she needs lots of practice — with a professional. Which is why she hires escort Michael Phan. The Vietnamese and Swedish stunner can't afford to turn down Stella's offer, and agrees to help her check off all the boxes on her lesson plan — from foreplay to more-than-missionary position...
Before long, Stella not only learns to appreciate his kisses, but to crave all the other things he's making her feel. Soon, their no-nonsense partnership starts making a strange kind of sense. And the pattern that emerges will convince Stella that love is the best kind of logic...  

So I was late to The Kiss Quotient Party. Like, I really do feel like I was the last person who actively reads romance ever to pick this book up, and I'm honestly disappointed in myself for it. 

This is the first book I've read in a very long while that I can truly say I loved every bit of. The characters, the plot, the writing. I ate up every word. The Kiss Quotient is trope-y while still being unique, and watching these characters learn about themselves while falling in love with each other made me so happy. 

I liked Stella immediately. She's smart and awkward and so relatable in her uncertainty in herself it almost hurt. It was also so refreshing to see a character with Asperger's in a romance. Often times, people's knowledge of individuals on the spectrum is restricted to children with autism, so sometimes we forget that these children with autism grow into adults with autism. Autistic adults deserve media representation, which is why Stella is so important, and she's all the more meaningful because Hoang herself has autism. It's hard not to be endeared to Stella. 

And MICHAEL, oh my goodness. Michael might be one of my favorite contemporary heroes ever. He's wary of love and puts up a front at first, but he's still such a sweetheart to Stella and to his family. I loved his family dynamic, especially his relationship with his mom, and that Vietnamese culture was so heavily integrated into the novel. It made me miss my own mom and my wild Viet extended family (and Vietnamese food!) quite a bit, while simultaneously making me feel at home. Big big bonus: Michael is hot. 

I could ramble and shout my love for this book for days, but I'll leave it at this: I absolutely adored The Kiss Quotient - it's a triumph for romance and a completely delightful read from cover to cover. If you love contemporary romance and you have yet to pick this one up, I would highly, highly recommend it. 


Waiting on Wednesday (+ Cover Reveal and Giveaway): The Key to Everything

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly feature, started by Breaking the Spine, for bloggers to talk about upcoming releases they're eagerly anticipating. This week, WoW is going to go a little differently for me in a couple ways. The first being that I've actually already read a very early copy of this book, and it's one that I adored. The second being that this post is also doubling (and tripling, I guess) as a cover reveal for the book with the opportunity to win the book. Are y'all excited yet? I know I am. So, without further ado...

This week I'm waiting on...
The Key to Everything by Paula Stokes
Expected Publication Date: Fall 2017
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And now, I'm going to leave it to Paula to talk about this awesome upcoming new adult novel. 

Hi everyone! Thanks to Serena for helping me reveal the cover for my new adult novel, THE KEY TO EVERYTHING. I really love this cover and hope you do too, but first a little bit about the book:

I got the idea for this story back in December of 2014. I was on a short vacation with my sister and we were talking about the trip to Thailand we’d taken several years earlier. I fell so in love with the country that I returned for a second trip on my own a couple years later. I had always wanted to set a book there, and once I came up with the general plot for this story, the different locations in Thailand just fell into place. I have personally been everywhere the group goes in the book, and some of their “travel mishaps” are actually based on my own experiences.

The book was fun and easy to write. I started it on Christmas as my present to myself and finished the first draft just after Valentine’s Day 2015. But then I went into heavy promotional mode for LIARS, INC. and later I got swept away in the crush of revising both GIRL AGAINST THE UNIVERSE and VICARIOUS for 2016. Because of all that, this novel had to sit on the back burner for quite a while.

I eventually completed revisions later in the year and my agent and I submitted the manuscript in early 2016 to a handful of larger houses that were still acquiring new adult from debut (new adult) writers. We didn’t find an editor and I decided rather than to sub the book to smaller houses that I would publish it myself. Nothing against small publishers—they’re great! But my thought at the time was that keeping up with the unpredictable overlap of two publication schedules had exhausted me to the point of burnout in 2016. It made sense to put the book out on my own timetable rather than risk adding a third editor to the mix, who might or might not have needed edits from me at the same time as my other editors.

So now, over two years after finishing the first draft of this book, I’m finally making preparations for publication! The book will release in October or November of 2017, depending on the timetable for some self-publishing logistics that I’m still learning. The e-book will be Amazon only for the first six months to a year, but the paperback will be available at B&N and other places.

Ready for the cover? Here it is!

Here’s the cover copy (still subject to obsessive tweaking by me):

College senior Oakland Fuller has always believed in signs and soulmates, so when both a therapist and a fortuneteller say that her repeated relationship failures are due to unresolved feelings for her high school boyfriend, Seth, Oakland tries desperately to get back in touch with him. Problem: Seth isn’t responding to her online messages.
To rescue Oakland from a pathetic Christmas break of sitting in front of the computer, her best friend Morgan books the two of them on a guided excursion of Thailand. When the girls meet a pair of American soldiers in Bangkok, Oakland takes Morgan’s advice and engages in a little harmless holiday hooking up. Sergeant Tyson Banks is the perfect mix of sexy and fun. Two weeks with him might just turn out to be the best relationship Oakland has ever had.
Until the day she spots someone familiar across a crowded temple complex—it’s Seth! Somehow the boy she’s been trying to reconnect with is in Bangkok too. If that’s not a sign, then what is?
Filled with friendship, romance, bromance, and gorgeous faraway settings, The Key to Everything is a story for anyone who’s ever dreamed of finding love when (or where) they least expected it.

Someone mentioned on Goodreads that the synopsis makes Oakland sound like the crazy ex-girlfriend. I won’t confirm or deny that, but if it matters to any readers, Oakland is the one who broke up with Seth because she was going away to college and he was staying local ;)

Does this sound like something you’d like to read? Great news! I’m giving away 75 e-ARCs to people willing to check out the story in the next three months and post reviews in two places. The places can be Amazon, Goodreads, Booklikes, Riffle, other bookseller websites, your blog, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram—I’m totally open. You can be US or international, and you don’t need to have a book blog or big social media presence to qualify. I will leave this form open through August 13th. If I get more than 75 requests, I will give priority to people who subscribe to my mailing list. Sign up here if you like. If I get more than 75 mailing list people, priority will be first come, first served. Unfortunately, ARCs will be in MOBI format only. I apologize to those who that leaves out. (I actually had to download the Kindle app to my laptop to be able to read this myself.)

If you don’t read MOBIs or don’t want to review the book in two places, never fear! I’m also doing an international giveaway for a signed paperback version of the book when available. And since it probably won’t be available until early to mid fall, I’ll throw in your choice of any other book by me while you wait. Just fill out the Rafflecopter below.

What do you think of the cover? Does this sound like a book you’d enjoy? What other books set in foreign countries have you really enjoyed? Let me know in the comments or you can tweet Paula or myself!

About Paula Stokes:

Paula Stokes is the author of several novels, most recently This is How it Happened, Vicarious, and Girl Against the Universe. Her writing has been translated into eleven foreign languages. Paula loves kayaking, hiking, reading, and seeking out new adventures in faraway lands. She also loves interacting with readers. Find her online at or on twitter as @pstokesbooks.

What are you guys waiting on this week? I'd love to know!

Pride Review: The Upside of Unrequited

The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli
Expected Publication Date: April 11th, 2017
Format/Source: ARC, borrowed from my dear friend Emily
Rating: 5/5 stars
Part of a series? Nope!

Seventeen-year-old Molly Peskin-Suso knows all about unrequited love. No matter how many times her twin sister, Cassie, tells her to woman up, Molly can’t stomach the idea of rejection. So she’s careful. Fat girls always have to be careful.

Then a cute new girl enters Cassie’s orbit, and for the first time ever, Molly’s cynical twin is a lovesick mess. Meanwhile, Molly's totally not dying of loneliness—except for the part where she is. Luckily, Cassie's new girlfriend comes with a cute hipster-boy sidekick. If Molly can win him over, she'll get her first kiss and she'll get her twin back. 

There's only one problem: Molly's coworker, Reid. He's a chubby Tolkien superfan with a season pass to the Ren Faire, and there's absolutely no way Molly could fall for him. 


*Disclaimer: This review contains spoilers. Also, because I'm awful and behind at everything, this should've been posted in January when I first read the book. A thousand apologies.*

Oh. My. GOODNESS. You GUYS. It's been a while since I've read a book that I've loved as dearly as I loved this. Becky's debut, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda is so perfect and fluffy and hit me so close to the heart that I wasn't sure Upside would measure up, but it honestly surpassed all of my expectations. This book is glorious. 

One of the reasons I loved this book so much was because I was able to relate to Molly so hardcore. She's had a plethora of unrequited crushes in her lifetime that she's never acted upon, and she is always subconsciously comparing herself to her thinner, prettier twin sister, and oh MAN do I feel that. While I don't have a sister, it is so easy for me to play the comparison game between me and my friends, and it's also so dang easy to believe that you're not worthy of love when your only experience with it has been watching it happen to others, so Molly felt like a soul sister. Her struggles were written so realistically that I felt her pain, but it also made her triumphs very believable and like they were my own. 

As Molly begins to fall for Reid and realizes that she can like him and date him without caring about what others think of her as a fat girl dating a dorky boy, her confidence was like a balm to my heart. She and Reid are so adorable together and of course Reid (to quote Rent, he is the most lovable geek) is great on his own, but as much as I loved watching these two get together and figure out their relationship, Molly figuring out that she's worthy of love was what made the novel a winner for me. 

Another reason I fell for Upside so hard is because of its excellent and diverse spectrum of representation. Becky doesn't write about these characters as if she's trying to get points for diversity - they're integrated in a way that mimics our reality of today where families are no longer fitting into a mold. It's obvious that she put care into making sure she did justice to the people she represented. Molly and her lesbian twin, Cassie, have two moms, one of which is black and the other is Jewish, so the novel covers some of the struggles of being in both an interracial and same-sex marriage, including not supportive family members. Speaking of marriage, the book takes place two summers ago and it describes the faithful day when the United States legalized all marriage, and it such a joyous day in the Peskin-Suso household that I could not stop smiling. There's also a scene where Molly is feeling down, and her mom Nadine drives her to see the White House lit up like a rainbow in celebration, and it's probably one of the most beautiful scenes I've ever read. I sobbed like a baby - I'm getting teary just writing about it right now. 

So even though this review is a mess, I hope my love for this incredible gift of a novel shines through. It's told with a genuine voice, features lesbian and pansexual women of color, and is heavy on the fluff and self-love. I cannot recommend The Upside of Unrequited enough. 

Have you read Upside? What have been some of your favorite books you've read this month to show your pride? 

Serena Takes a Morgan Matson Signing!

HELLO, EVERYBODY! Is anyone still here? I know it's been forever, but I've been dealing with the last leg of my high school career, and it's been quite a time. I am officially two weeks from graduation!

In the midst of AP exams and finals review and our spring show, I have had time to read, and by some miracle I managed to get myself out to see one of my very favorite authors this weekend: Morgan Matson! 

Morgan Matson has been a favorite author of mine since forever. I read Amy and Roger's Epic Detour when I was in the seventh grade, so I really feel like Morgan's books have been a huge part of my growing up. Her books and her characters make me really happy. Also Morgan herself is amazing, so I try to make it to her events whenever I can. I usually have to ask my parents to drive me an hour or more out to LA or Orange County for book events, but Morgan was just twenty-four minutes from my house this Saturday so DUH I was there. 

I brought along my fellow Morgan Matson fan, Paige. I lent her a stack of like thirteen contemporary books that I want her to read, packed a container of strawberries, and made us a playlist of music we listened to in middle school (complete with One Direction's first album and Boys Like Girls) and then we set off. 

The event was at the Beaumont Library which neither of us had been to before. There weren't too many people so it felt really cozy and comfortable. Morgan gave a presentation, but it honestly felt more like a conversation than anything else, which was so fun. I love hearing her speak because she's very genuine and so funny. 

After her presentation, she opened the floor for questions before her signing. I took note of my favorites:

Q: What did you change about the list between your first draft and the published version?

A: Morgan couldn't remember anything off the top of her head that she cut, but she added dance until dawn and apple picking (which YAY Dance Until Dawn is one of my favorite chapters). 

Q: How do you name your characters?

A: "I name my characters names that I'm sparing my future children." She wanted to give Sloane a really cool name, and she thinks that Ferris Bueller made it a cool name. She always has people tell her that her boys's names aren't "cool" names, but she loves their names. 

Q: Do you have any say in cover designs?

A: Her first two books had covers that were created from stock photos, but for both Since You've Been Gone and The Unexpected Everything, they had cover photo shoots. She didn't get to choose the models, but the models from the SYBG cover are wearing some of her clothes. She DID get to choose dog models for the TUE cover though. This sounds like a good time to me. 

She raffled off two shirts after she did questions, and then it was signing time! I had my well-loved hardback of TUE as well as a SYBG paperback that I got signed for my friend Emily. Paige bought a TUE paperback. 

As always, Morgan was so lovely. We talked about Paige and me going to college and she gave us advice (and reassured me because I need it). We also talked about In-N-Out and travel plans and her upcoming novel, Save the Date, which I am beyond excited about. 

We took selfies (Morgan was interested in Snapchat filters because she was deprived of the Instagram ones) and said our goodbyes because we were holding up the line a bit. On our way out, the really nice woman who won the shirt with the TUE squad's names' on it gave me her shirt because she said that she thought I needed it more than she did. There are good people in this world. 

Paige and I grabbed In-N-Out on the way home, so overall, I think it was a pretty successful day. Thanks to Morgan, the lovely folks at the Beaumont Library, and Paige for making my Saturday. And thanks to all you readers that are still here! Hopefully we'll be seeing a lot more of each other soon.

Ontario Teen Book Fest Blog Tour: Author Spotlight on Robin Reul

Hi, guys! I'm back for the last day of the OTBF Blog Tour! I'm so glad I got to participate in the tour this year because I love Teen Book Fest. Thanks to the lovely Sara Santana for having me on board! 

This year's OTBF is on Saturday March 25th at Colony High School (3850 E. Riverside Drive, Ontario, CA 91761)  from 9 am to 5 pm. It is a completely free and unticketed event that is a full day of fun to hang out with authors and make new friends! The event is also sponsored by Once Upon a Time Bookstore. They will have books available for purchase at the event. There will also be t-shirts and posters available for purchase as well. 

This year's blog tour follows all 21 of the participating OTBF authors, and I'll be spotlighting two of them. My interview with Jeff Garvin went live earlier this week, and you can check that out here. Today's author spotlight is on Robin Reul, another 2016 debut author.  Be sure to follow the rest of the blog tour, including today's stops and all previous stops, for other interviews; the schedule - with blog links - will be included at the bottom of the post. Now it's time to get to know Robin Reul! 

About Robin Reul: 

Robin Reul has been writing since she was in early elementary school, when she used to make her own book club flyers for her classmates and then pen them original stories. Though she grew up on movie sets and after graduating Boston University she worked for many years in the film and television industry both as an actress and in motion picture development, she ultimately decided to focus her attention on writing young adult novels. She likes to write the same kinds of stories she loved as a teen: the ones that give her with butterflies in her stomach and are filled with quirky, memorable characters who stay with the reader long after the story ends. When she’s not writing, Robin can be found singlehandedly driving up the profit margin of her local Starbucks and indulging her love of baked goods, particularly those in the key of pumpkin. She lives in Los Angeles suburbia with her husband, son and daughter.  

About My Kind of Crazy

Despite the best of intentions, seventeen-year old, wisecracking Hank Kirby can’t quite seem to catch a break. It’s not that he means to screw things up all the time, it just happens. A lot. Case in point: his attempt to ask out the girl he likes literally goes up in flames when he spells “Prom” in sparklers on her lawn…and nearly burns down her house. 

As if that wasn’t bad enough, Peyton Breedlove, a brooding loner and budding pyromaniac, witnesses the whole thing. Much to Hank’s dismay, Peyton takes an interest in him—and his “work.” The two are thrust into an unusual friendship, but their boundaries are tested when Hank learns that Peyton is hiding some dark secrets, secrets that may change everything he thought he knew about Peyton.  

A Conversation with Robin Reul (my questions will be bolded and Robin's answers will be in normal type): 

1.    Describe My Kind of Crazy in seven words or less.

Failed fiery promposal leads to unusual friendship

2.    My Kind of Crazy is your debut novel. Did you always know you wanted to be a writer?

Yes, I have wanted to be a writer since I was three years old. By the time I was thirteen I’d written seven novels and had the good fortune of meeting with an Executive Editor at Putnam about one of them. However, it wasn’t until much later in my life that I would have the time and the focus to be able to pursue writing full-time.

3.    Where did your inspiration come from?

When I was a teenager, I felt like I was always on the outside of things and was dealing with a lot of stuff. I had a friend who saw that I was struggling and she reached out to me and was there for me. She never tried to minimize what I was feeling or fix me - she just listened. She was killed by a drunk driver when we were both seventeen, and I’ve carried the story of that friendship connection and the layers of loss and grief and the stories we tell ourselves to get by in my heart but never knew quite how to tell it. Then one day while I was working on an entirely different project, the complete first chapter of the book showed up in my head and I switched gears and wrote it. And by the end of Chapter Two I knew I’d found the story’s voice through Hank and Peyton.

4.    Which of your characters do you believe is the most like yourself?

There are aspects of myself in both Hank and Peyton but if I had to pick one I would say Hank. We both tend to hide behind humor and undervalue ourselves more than we should. We both believe that there is good in this world and that it often lies in unexpected places and sources. We’ve both known what it feels like to be broken and to discover that we are stronger than we realized.

5.    Which scene in My Kind of Crazy would you Iike to see translated on screen?

Without question the opening scene where Hank’s promposal goes south quickly. From the setting up of the sparklers to the escalating situation with the fire as things go awry lends itself to so much fun imagery and humor.

6.    Sort your characters into Hogwarts houses.

Hank is definitely a Hufflepuff – loyal, hard-working, modest about his accomplishments, friendly. I would say Peyton is a Slytherin – she’s all about self-preservation, cunning, resourcefulness. Nick seems like a Gryffindor to me – courageous, daring, chivalrous. And lastly, I would say Monica is probably a Ravenclaw – she’s pure wit, wisdom, creativity and individuality.

7.    What, if anything, can you tell us about your upcoming books or current writing projects?

I have another book tentatively slated to come out Spring 2018 with Sourcebooks but I’m not at liberty to say much about it at this point other than it will be another contemporary YA stand alone with humor and heart that takes place over the course of one night with a ticking clock in the background about two semi-strangers who decide to not leave their destinies entirely up to destiny.

8.   Finally, this won't be your first year at OTBF. What is the aspect of the event that you most enjoyed last year, and what are you excited about this year?

Honestly, last year’s OTBF was my favorite event of last year, and not just because it was my first one ever and my book debuted there three weeks before it went on sale, which was really exciting. Courtney Saldana and her team that puts on the OTBF are the best. It’s a really well-coordinated event and the love and thought put into it shows, both for the authors and the attendees. Everyone is enthusiastic and excited to be there, and the panels are so interesting and fun. Last year, I was a moderator but this year I’m excited and honored to be on two panels alongside some of my favorite authors.

Thanks so much for being on the blog, Robin! I hope you have a great time at #OntarioTBF! And I hope all you fellow SoCal readers can make it to the event! 

Blog Tour Schedule

March 15th:
Spotlight on Romina Russell - The Consummate Reader
Spotlight on E. Katherine Kottaras - 
Book You Very Much 

March 16th:
Spotlight on Catherine Linka - What A Nerd Girl Says
Spotlight on BT Gottfred - 
My Fangirl Chronicles 

March 17th:
Spotlight on Elana K Arnold - Read Now Sleep Later
Spotlight on Sara Elizabeth Santana - 
Starkiller Readers

March 18th:
Spotlight on Gretchen McNeil - Adventures of a Book Junkie
Spotlight on Charlotte Huang - 
A Traveling Book 

March 19th:
Spotlight on KM Walton - Recently Acquired Obsessions
Spotlight on Jeff Garvin - 
Reading Over Sleeping 

March 20th:
Spotlight on Jessica Brody - A Reader's Antidote
Spotlight on Aditi Khorana - 
Read Now Sleep Later

March 21st:
Spotlight on Ann Stampler - Movies, Shows and Books
Spotlight on Nicole Maggi - 
My Fangirl Chronicles

March 22nd:
Spotlight on Julie Buxbaum - A Traveling Book
Spotlight on Cindy Pon - 
Book You Very Much 

March 23rd:
Spotlight on Martina Boone - Movies, Shows and Books
Spotlight on Mary Weber - 
What A Nerd Girl Says

March 24th:
Spotlight on Jessica Love - Nite Lite Books
Spotlight on Lilliam Rivera - 
Starkiller Reads
Spotlight on Robin Reul - 
Reading Over Sleeping