"Life is much better when you embrace who you really are; you’ll attract the people who are meant to be in your life."
Featuring sixteen stories written by bestselling and award winning authors, A Phoenix First Must Burn: Stories of Black Girl Magic, Resistance and Hope, expertly explores the nuances of the Black experience in a diverse and inclusive way.…
“Compromise, and sacrifice when appropriate, and boundaries are important.”
Being the author of over 30 children's books (many of which are bestsellers!!), award winning author, Rebecca Elliott, is no stranger to the writing and illustrating scene. However, up until now, she had yet to explore the wonderful world…
Fans of the Everless duology by Sara Holland can rejoice because the author's back with the start of a brand new YA fantasy series and this time she's taking us on a trip to Havenfall, a magical inn hidden deep in the mountains of…
We need all the tips to find our Boy Wonder.
Looking for a book that will have you on the edge of your seat, questioning each character and second guessing every word? Look no further than Are You Watching? the creepy and utterly addictive new YA thriller from Vincent Ralph. We sat…
With the 2020 Olympic Games fast approaching, Jennifer Iacopelli's new YA novel, Break the Fall, couldn't have arrived at a more perfect time.
In 2017, Sandhya Menon took the YA scene by storm with her beautifully written, wonderfully romantic, brilliantly empowering and much needed contemporary novel, When Dimple Met Rishi. She has released a new book each year since, with a…
"People working in games, to create such a key piece of culture, deserve so much better"
"Stories have power, and as a reader, whenever I am able to see myself in a narrative and relate to a character, that has always been so rewarding to me."
"Don’t be afraid to be who you are, ask questions, be honest, be kind, hang in there."
"Magic, longing, Camelot."
"Celine is the most like me of any character I’ve ever written, and it was cathartic and frightening to write a character like that."
"Write honestly. Openly. With heart and kindness and hope. There are readers who need to hear what you have to say."