Book Review | All Of This Is True by Lygia Day Peñaflor

The premise of All of This is True is a book nerd’s most amazing dream and worst nightmare. Four teens get the chance to meet the author of the book that changed their lives. They’re obsessed. So when they go to Fatima Ro’s signing, they decide to hang back a bit with the hopes of getting to … More Book Review | All Of This Is True by Lygia Day Peñaflor

Conversations | A Guide to Unhauling Your Bookshelves

Hello, everyone! Last Saturday, Katie and I announced that we would be doing a series of conversations posts leading up to BookExpo and BookCon at the end of the month. Last week we looked more generally at how to make the most of author events outside of conventions. This week, we want to help prepare … More Conversations | A Guide to Unhauling Your Bookshelves

Book Review | The Girl Who Was Supposed To Die by April Henry

If you weren’t aware, Lost in Pages hasn’t always been Lost in Pages. Before Katie and I decided we wanted to blog together, this was Fictional Living, my own personal blog. As Katie and I hate to see reviews go to waste, we decided to start reposting some of my old reviews, to make sure … More Book Review | The Girl Who Was Supposed To Die by April Henry

Book Review | The Witch Doesn’t Burn In This One by Amanda Lovelace

“We must help lift each other above the flames” Once again, Amanda Lovelace tackles issues like rape, abuse, violence, and trauma, in her second poetry book, The Witch Doesn’t Burn in This One. I was a huge fan of The Princess Saves Herself in This One, so I was really excited to read more of Amanda’s work. I will say, … More Book Review | The Witch Doesn’t Burn In This One by Amanda Lovelace

Book Review | Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan

**This book contains mentions of self-harm, suicide, and bullying based on sexual orientation.** “We watch you, but we can’t intervene. We have already done our part. Just as you are doing your part, whether you know it or not, whether you mean to or not, whether you want to or not.” I need words stronger than … More Book Review | Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan