Devonna // Pub date + Free First Chapters

People! My book will officially be released on Oct. 18, 2019. As in, A MONTH FROM THIS VERY DAY.

Consider my level of chill a goner.

fading out
My Chill, fading out of my life when I need him the most.

And you can get the first two chapters for free today by subscribing to AWA! Isn’t that AWAsome? (Sorry, My Chill used to regulate my bad puns.)

So make sure to drop your email address below!

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10 Reasons Why The Raven Cycle is Awesome

 

I recently (last night) finished the amazing series that is The Raven Cycle, and I have to say, I wasn’t completely in love when I finished reading the first book, especially because that last line really confused me, (and yet now that I’ve read the whole thing I absolutely ADORE that last line).

But.

I became more and more in love with the books as I read and at the end I swear to you I was talking and screaming at the characters TO BE CAREFUL AND DON’T GO IN THERE ON YOUR OWN GANSEY MY BABY because that’s how much I care, now. There is no going back.

And if that doesn’t convince you to pick up this series already, here’s 10 reasons why it’s absolutely awesome. Continue reading “10 Reasons Why The Raven Cycle is Awesome”

Song of the Black City // Looking for Fellow Wattpad Writers

500 words

Fantasy

Excerpt of a WIP

Written by Audrey Francis-Plante

Hello lovely readers!

I’m considering writing a short novel on Wattpad and I wondered if any of you guys were already on it? I’m looking for pieces of advice, fellow writers to follow, and I want to discover new stories, so if you’re on wattpad and writing fantasy, sci-fi, young adult, let me know in the comments, we should be friends! 😀

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Top 5 Books to Read During Back to School

September usually marks the beginning of a new school term, and I honestly didn’t think I’d be going to school this year, but life has a way of driving on my plans with a bulldozer.

For a couple of weeks, and against all my survival instincts, I swear, I’ve been really interested in a course with the University of Toronto that’s only available in class, and I decided to scream: I’M HERE, DEBTS, FIRE AWAY!

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