TTT: Top Ten Books To Read if You’re in the Mood For a Fairytale Retelling

Top Ten Tuesday’s are a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish in which anyone who participates creates a Top Ten list of books based on a weekly prompt they provide (the list for advance topics can be found by clicking the link above). 

This week’s topic allowed for a bit of customization so I decided to spotlight books to read if you’re in the mood for a great fairytale retelling.  Four of the below are books that I’ve read and six are currently on my TBR.  This winter I’ve been in such a fairytale mood<3

TTT- Fairy Tale Retellings

Books Mentioned

Cinder by Marissa Meyer (Review) / (Goodreads)

Reign of Shadows (Review) / (Goodreads)

Sunshine by Robin McKinely (Goodreads)

A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas (Review) / (Goodreads)

Beauty by Robin McKinley (Goodreads)

Heartless by Marissa Meyer (Goodreads)

Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge (Goodreads)

A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas (Goodreads)

Daughter of the Forest by Juliet Marillier (Goodreads)

Heart’s Blood by Juliet Marillier (Goodreads)

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2016 Reading Challenges: February Recap

Welcome to my reading challenges recap for 2016!  This is a monthly post where I’ll be updating my progress throughout the year by challenge so you (and I) can see a breakdown of what I’ve read and which goals those books apply to.  I’m always open to suggestions in the comments as well!

GOODREADS

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Goal: 100

Read so far: 24

FLIGHTS OF FANTASY

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Goal: 30

Read so far: 11

Books that Qualify:

January: Truthwitch (review), Red Queen (review), Clockwork Angel (review), Fablehaven

February: Grave Mercy (review), Poison Study (review), The Storyspinner (review), The Assassin’s Blade (review), Reign of Shadows (review), Stars Above, Shadow and Bone

CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE READING CHALLENGE

contemporary romance reading challenge

Goal: 21+

Read so far: 7

Books that Qualify:

January: Meant to Be (review), Pivot Point (review), Summer of Sloane, Simon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda (review)

February: Firsts (review), Boomerang (review), The Love that Split the World

THE RE-READ CHALLENGE

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Goal: 10

Read so far: 1

Books that Qualify:

January: N/A

February: Superboy: Smallville Attacks (review)

2016 TBR PILE READING CHALLENGE

TBR Pile Reading challenge

Goal: 50

Read so far: 13

Books that Qualify:

January: Meant to Be (review), Mitosis, Firefight (review), Pivot Point (review), Red Queen (review), Clockwork Angel (review), Simon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda (review)

February: Grave Mercy (review), Boomerang (review), Poison Study (review), The Storyspinner (review), The Assassin’s Blade (review), Shadow and Bone 

2016 FINISHING THE SERIES CHALLENGE

finishing the series challenge

*This challenge will fluctuate throughout the year based on whether a new book in the series has been released. A star denotes that I am either finished or current with the series.

Goal: 3-6 series

Series completed so far: 0

Series current with so far: 4

Books that Qualify:

January: Mitosis, Firefight (review), Pivot Point (review), Truthwitch* (review), Red Queen (review), Clockwork Angel (review), Fablehaven

February: Grave Mercy (review), Boomerang (review), Into the Dim* (review), Poison Study (review), The Storyspinner* (review), The Assassin’s Blade (review), Reign of Shadows* (review), Shadow and Bone, Ranma 1/2 volume 3 by Rumiko Takahashi

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My March Pre-Orders!

My Book Bag is a monthly feature where I’ll be sharing all of the books that I preordered for the month.  There are so many amazing stories to look forward to this month so without further ado, here are all the new releases I’ve pre-ordered! Links to each book’s Goodreads page can be found down below if you’d like to read the synopsis.

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Books Mentioned

A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro (Goodreads)

The Crown and the Arrow (The Wrath and the Dawn #0.5) by Renee Ahdieh (Goodreads)

Lady Midnight (The Dark Artifices #1) by Cassandra Clare (Goodreads)

Map of Fates (The Conspiracy of Us #2) by Maggie Hall (Goodreads)

A Drop of Night by Stefan Bachmann (Goodreads)

The Skylighter (The Keepers’ Chronicles #2) by Becky Wallace (Goodreads)

Wink Poppy Midnight by April Genevieve Tucholke (Goodreads)

The Moth and the Flame (The Wrath and the Dawn #0.25) by Renee Ahdieh (Goodreads)

The Winner’s Kiss (The Winner’s Trilogy #3) by Marie Rutkoski (Goodreads)

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Tea & Book Chat: Reign of Shadows by Sophie Jordan (Reign of Shadows #1)

Reign of Shadows by Sophie Jordan is the first book in a series (it’s unconfirmed whether it’s a duology / trilogy or other but it feels like a duology) that is heavily inspired by Rapunzel.  I hadn’t originally planned on reading this one until I read positive pre-publication reviews and then the closer I looked at the cover the more I fell in love with it.  And of course, once I found out the Rapunzel aspect I couldn’t wait another minute for it!  The story follows a girl named Luna who’s spent her life living in a secluded tower due to her complicated royal family history and a boy name Fowler who has a past of his own to contend with.  The pair are living in a world where an eclipse occurred 17 years ago and there hasn’t been light since.  Humans live in fear of dangerous creatures called Dwellers and bats have grown to four feet in size.

Throughout Reign of Shadows there were plot twists at every turn.  I do not want to spoil anything because it was really exciting to discover new things as the story unfolded and I would hate to take that away from anyone.  As the story progressed, I developed very strong feelings for these characters.  They’re polar opposites and the relationship they form leads to a deep connection.  Luna is a unique heroine for several reasons, all of which will not be revealed here.  She is not your typical gorgeous lost rightful heir to the throne.  Luna is a kind spirit and she makes decisions with her heart even when they might not be the best ones whereas Fowler has lost someone in his past and refuses to allow himself to care for anyone because of how bleak their society is.  He’s purely logical in his decision making and despite his rough exterior, he lives by a code of conduct.  My heart was racing during the last 50 pages or so of the book and I needed a hug once I finished reading.

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I loved seeing all of the parallels to Rapunzel in Regin of Shadows and I’m curious if they’ll continue in the second installment or if it will branch off into even more of its own story, similar to how The Lunar Chronicles handles itself.  Sophie Jordan did an incredible job with the worldbuilding and convincing me that this is a society I would never want to experience. I couldn’t imagine the constant feeling of living in fear with little hope that anything will change in the future.  The imagery of the forest and the scenes with the Dwellers painted such a clear picture in my mind which doesn’t always happen for me while reading.  My only complaint is that while I was initially excited that the book is so short (without acknowledgements it’s under 300 pages), I really wanted more, especially upon reaching the end.  The story ends very abruptly with a gut wrenching cliffhanger and I need the second one as soon as possible.

Final Thoughts:  Reign of Shadows by Sophie Jordan is the first book in a fantasy series set in a world which is heavily inspired by Rapunzel.  Jordan crafted an enchanting story in a terrifying and bleak society and I couldn’t get enough of it.  I have so many feelings for Luna and Fowler and I need them to be together because I am shipping them so hard.  Opposites attract and while they could not be more different, each has found their way into my heart.

Rating 5

Seventeen years ago, an eclipse cloaked the kingdom of Relhok in perpetual darkness. In the chaos, an evil chancellor murdered the king and queen and seized their throne. Luna, Relhok’s lost princess, has been hiding in a tower ever since. Luna’s survival depends on the world believing she is dead.

But that doesn’t stop Luna from wanting more. When she meets Fowler, a mysterious archer braving the woods outside her tower, Luna is drawn to him despite the risk. When the tower is attacked, Luna and Fowler escape together. But this world of darkness is more treacherous than Luna ever realized.

With every threat stacked against them, Luna and Fowler find solace in each other. But with secrets still unspoken between them, falling in love might be their most dangerous journey yet.

With lush writing and a star–crossed romance, Reign of Shadowsis Sophie Jordan at her best. (via Goodreads)

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Waiting on Wednesday: Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly series hosted by Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming releases we’re eagerly awaiting.  This week I’m choosing Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake.  Ever since I read Anna Dressed in Blood (and it’s sequel Girl of Nightmares) I knew that I would be reading all of Kendare Blake’s books.  I listened to her recent episode on the First Draft podcast which is how I found out about Three Dark Queens. The premise is fascinating and when I heard Kendare’s inspiration behind it I was even more convinced that this is a Kristin book.  In an interview with Hypable, Kendare explained her inspiration coming from “how the queen bee will leave her hive and lay some queen eggs, and whichever queen hatches first kills the others and gets to take over the old hive. And I thought…rad. How can I make people do that?”  In addition to the cover reveal last week, artwork of a map of the world by Virginia Allyn was also released and it’s stunning.  Also look at the cover!  I’m hoping / guessing that the design of each crown is based on the region each potential queen was raised.  They remind me of Rapunzel, the Fire Nation and The Jungle Book respectively.

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Every generation on the island of Fennbirn, a set of triplets is born: three queens, all equal heirs to the crown and each possessor of a coveted magic. Mirabella is a fierce elemental, able to spark hungry flames or vicious storms at the snap of her fingers. Katharine is a poisoner, one who can ingest the deadliest poisons without so much as a stomachache. Arsinoe, a naturalist, is said to have the ability to bloom the reddest rose and control the fiercest of lions.

But becoming the Queen Crowned isn’t solely a matter of royal birth. Each sister has to fight for it. And it’s not just a game of win or lose…it’s life or death. The night the sisters turn sixteen, the battle begins. The last queen standing gets the crown.

If only it was that simple. Katharine is unable to tolerate the weakest poison, and Arsinoe, no matter how hard she tries, can’t make even a weed grow. The two queens have been shamefully faking their powers, taking care to keep each other, the island, and their powerful sister Mirabella none the wiser. But with alliances being formed, betrayals taking shape, and ruthless revenge haunting the queens’ every move, one thing is certain: the last queen standing might not be the strongest…but she may be the darkest. (via Goodreads)

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Tea & Book Chat: The Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J. Maas (Throne of Glass #0.1 – #0.5)

The Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J. Maas is a bind up of the five prequel novellas (The Assassin and the Pirate Lord, The Assassin and the Healer, The Assassin and the Desert, The Assassin and the Underworld and The Assassin and the Empire)  leading up to the events in Throne of Glass.  Overall I really enjoyed this collection and the insight it allowed into Celaena’s past.  Many of these events are casually mentioned throughout the books I’ve read (I’m currently up to Queen of Shadows and I was told to read the novellas prior to starting the fourth book) but I wanted to have a fuller understanding of everything before we get to the final two books.  There were definitely some novellas that I liked better than others and I was surprised that I didn’t like Celaena as much in certain stories as I do in the Throne of Glass series as a whole.  She’s very arrogant and a bit less likable but I appreciated seeing her past and the events that have slightly humbled her.

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The Assassin and the Pirate Lord

I love pirates so I knew going in that this would be a story for me.  In The Assassin and the Pirate Lord we really see the initial seeds of friendship and more between Celaena and Sam.  Their personal morals and the decisions they had to make played a huge role in why I enjoyed this tale so much.

Rating 5

The Assassin and the Healer

This was my least favorite of the novellas but by no means was it dissatisfying.  It shows another side of Celaena (sadly there’s no Sam) and how she cannot avoid helping innocent people.

Rating 3

The Assassin and the Desert

This is one of my favorite of the novellas.  Arobynn forces Celaena to leave Rifthold and travel to the Red Desert where she is to be trained by and get a letter of approval from the Mute Master who is sort like an Arobynn from the South.  Celaena is befriended by another female assassin in this story, her patience is majorly tested by the Mute Master, and she undergoes some unconventional training.  And there’s this one scene on horses that was such an excitement to read!

Rating 6

The Assassin and the Underworld

This novella was probably my second least favorite.  I loved that Celaena and Sam teamed up together and again, there’s a lot of growth between their characters but the ending is not my favorite.  I think Celaena should’ve known better at this point considering what a top notch assassin we are always reminded that she is.  I can’t say I ever liked Arobynn but this story really just put my loathing for him over the edge.

Rating 3

The Assassin and the Empire

This is the story. The one where the thing happens that’s talked about all the time in Throne of Glass. My heart shattered into a million pieces while reading this one.  SJ Maas, you are cruel.

Rating 5

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BookTube: 25 Bookish Facts About Me

I was tagged by Monica to do the 25 Bookish Facts About Me video and I’m really excited to be sharing mine today! I definitely lost count of the numbers in the midst of filming (like really close to the beginning!) but it all worked out.  I tagged several BookTubers in the description but I would love to see anyone do this video!  What are some Bookish Facts about you?

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Comics With Kristin: Reading – Superboy: Smallville Attacks by Jeff Lemire, Pier Gallo & Marco Rudy

Comics with Kristin is a post series dedicated to rediscovering my love of comics.  I’ve felt rather disconnected from the industry for the past couple of years for a plethora of reasons, namely, being unable to separate some creators from their work after personal experiences and the way they’ve treated my friends.  I’ve always loved and felt a deep connection to comics so my distance from them has been a struggle but I feel far enough removed now that I’ll be able to start enjoying the medium I love so much once again.  In an effort to reconnect, I’ve decided to re-read my old favorite trades (and some new favorites!) and highlight them here on my blog.  There will be 1-3 posts per week all dedicated to the same trade- one will always be a reading post and one will always be an outfit of the day post.  I hope you enjoy this new feature!

I wanted to start my Comics With Kristin series by reading something by one of my favorite comics authors so I landed on Superboy: Smallville Attacks by Jeff Lemire with artwork by Pier Gallo and Marco Rudy.  It was so easy for me to fall back into the world and my experience this time around was even better than the first.  It’s been long enough that I had a general idea of what happens but I forgot most of the major plot points so it was almost as if I were reading a new story.  While I was reading I realized that Karl Kerschl did variant covers for Lemire’s Superboy which I found really exciting since I love Gotham Academy and I had really only known him for his work on Harley Quinn the first time I read this trade (GA hadn’t existed yet).  I have always loved Jeff Lemire’s writing style and I admire the way he was able to bring such beauty into panels with very few words.  A few of my favorite captions are seen below.  I also loved the Back to the Future and Harry Potter references but my favorite element of the book is all of the cameos throughout issues #1-#11.

My favorite issue is the one where Superboy and Kid Flash throw a race for charity to help the farmers of Smallville since their crops have been destroyed.  The race is televised and they map out a route that takes them around the entire globe.  My favorite panels in this issue are when they take a break near the pyramids in Egypt and Kid Flash tries to make Connor feel better about Wonder Girl since they’ve recently broken up and he seems distracted.  The end of the race made me laugh out loud and you’ll see why if you chose to read it!  The Teen Titans also show up in this issue to support their alum during the race.  Other cameos throughout the trade include Poison Ivy, Phantom Stranger and The Atom.

Superboy: Smallville Attacks is the perfect trade to have started getting back to my roots with because the story is heavily focused on the history within Smallville.  Strange things are afoot and as Mr. Lynch says, “history can hold many valuable secrets.”  Connor really makes Smallville his home and I love his relationship with Ma Kent and that Krypto is present for all of his adventures. I definitely recommend picking this story up if you’re into the teens in comics (full rating after my photos – also note the hilarious pose in the last photo) ^.^

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Rating 5

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2016 Book Blogger #LoveAThon: Mini-challenge #1: Mix & Match

As I mentioned previously, this is the second year I’ll be participating in the Book Blogger’s Love-A-Thon.  This year, the event is being hosted by Alexa ofAlexa Loves Books, Hazel of Stay Bookish, Mel of The Daily Prophecy and Cee of the The Novel Hermit.  Sign-ups are still open so there’s time if you want to join in (and you should) and the Love-A-Thon takes place from February 20th – 22nd.  It’s the perfect way to meet new book bloggers and make new friends<3

*Don’t forget to check out my #LoveAThon Bookshelf Challenge Video!

**And my Introduction Questionnaire!

The Challenge: We all love books, but there are other things we’re passionate about too! Mash-up a non-bookish hobby/passion/talent/fandom with your bookish life. Do it through photos, art, videos, etc. Get as creative as you’d like!

I’m a lover of all things fairytale related so for this challenge I chose to pair up each book in The Lunar Chronicles series by Marissa Meyer with some of my favorite Disney collectibles.  I especially love that we’re living in a time where Star Wars counts as part of the Disney family<3

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2016 Book Blogger Love-A-Thon: Introduction Questionnaire

As I mentioned previously, this is the second year I’ll be participating in the Book Blogger’s Love-A-Thon.  This year, the event is being hosted by Alexa ofAlexa Loves Books, Hazel of Stay Bookish, Mel of The Daily Prophecy and Cee of the The Novel Hermit.  Sign-ups are still open so there’s time if you want to join in (and you should) and the Love-A-Thon takes place from February 20th – 22nd.  It’s the perfect way to meet new book bloggers and make new friends<3

*Don’t forget to check out my #LoveAThon Bookshelf Challenge Video!

The first event is the Introduction Questionnaire.  I’ve already answered some of these questions in last year’s post but I’ll reiterate them here for anyone who may be new to my blog!  Some of my answers have changed and some new questions were added to the mix this year!

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1. What’s your name?

Hello bookworms!  I’m Kristin and I’m a tea-addicted Ravenclaw.  It’s a pleasure to virtually meet you ^_^

2. Where in the world are you blogging from?

New York (aka the greatest place on Earth)

3. How did you get into blogging in the first place?

I’ve always enjoyed writing and I used to blog for a niche news site but I really wanted to have my own outlet to share my interests and connect with others on a more personal level and so, my blog was born!

4. How did you come up with your blog name?

I decided to use the same name as my Twitter handle so I could keep it streamlined and be easier to find in other places online.  I came up with the name by combining my love of superheroes with my love of space and added the chick part since I also blog about girly things like fashion, beauty, etc.

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5. What genre do you read and review the most on your blog?

I think there’s a solid mix of things here but I primarily focus on YA Fantasy, YA Contemporary, and Comics / Graphic Novels.

6. What other types of posts do you do on your blog, apart from reviews?

Apart from book reviews, I love to post about 1) (also book related) my BookTube channel, 2) new beauty finds and upcoming releases / collaborations, 2) 5 Fandom Friday which is a weekly link-up created by myself and The Nerdy Girlie (my favorite post so far is Fictional Couples I Ship), 3) Outfit of the day photos, 4) Life Lately which are general life updates about what I’ve been up to, and 5) wish list posts which usually consist of collectibles or other fandom related merchandise.

7. Best blogging experience so far?

This is tough because there have been so many positives that have come from blogging!  I can’t choose just one of the memories I’ve created by meeting and connecting with other people who share my interests and all of the opportunities I’ve had because of my site.  Since I’ve started blogging I’ve been able to attend a slew of conventions as press, be cast on a reality tv show, have conversations over dinner with some of my favorite authors and artists, travel extensively, take over as the host of a YouTube channel with almost 100,000 subscribers, but most importantly of all, I’ve met my absolute best friends<3.

8. Favorite thing about the blogging community?

I love that there are so many wonderful and supportive people who are just as excited to talk about books and fashion and life in general as I am!

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9. Name the 5 books you’re most excited for this 2016!

Some of my most anticipated releases already debuted so I’m going to spotlight the ones that have yet to be released (most of which, I’ve written about for Waiting on Wednesday posts!): 1) Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, 2) A Court of Mist and Fury, 3) The Shadow Hour, 4) Rebel Genius, and 5) The Raven King 

10. Name the 5 books you want to read this 2016 that you didn’t get to in previous years!

I made a video about this at the end of 2015 and I’ve already started widdling away at that list!  The next 5 I want to get to are 1) Graceling by Kristin Cashore 2) Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo 3) An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir 4) Uprooted by Naomi Novik and 5) The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch

11. What’s an underrated book or series that you think everyone should read?

The Girl at Midnight by Melissa Grey! I really loved Melissa’s first book and I cannot wait to get my hands on The Shadow Hour!

12. Which book boy or girl would be your book BFF?

My book BFF is totally Hermione Granger.  While she’s not my favorite Harry Potter character overall (I’m a hardcore Luna Lovegood fan!), I know that the two of us would get along really well.  I could just picture us grabbing tea and spending late nights in the library together or practicing magic while Hermione tells me stories about how silly Ron is acting.

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13. Which book boy or girl would be your book boyfriend/girlfriend?

Prince Maxon for sure!

14. Who would you recruit for your apocalypse squad (5 characters max)

1) Celaena Sardothien (Throne of Glass), 2) Rose (Vampire Academy), 3) Hermione Granger (Harry Potter) 4) Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games) and 5) Scarlet Witch (Marvel Comics)

15. Apart from reading, what are your other hobbies or interests?

I went to FIT for college so I’ve always been really interested in fashion (and by extension, shopping).  I also love learning about different brews of tea, reading book blogs and watching BookTubers, attending comic conventions, cosplay, eating cupcakes / ice cream / macarons, watching Netflix, and anything Disney and Harry Potter-related.

16. Apart from book shopping, what else do you like shopping for?

More than anything, I love shopping for new clothes, Disney collectibles and comic artwork.  I check ModCloth’s website every single day at 12PM when new items are added.  I also love looking for retro style home decor, and baking ware.  I also follow a ton of Disney blogs and I search their website for new merchandise every day! I’m sort of addicted to Disney mugs and Tsum Tsums.  As for comic art, I buy the bulk of that at conventions when I’m able to meet the artist and have whichever pieces I choose signed.

17. At a party, the DJ suddenly changes the song – and it’s your song. What song would you be playing?

I would congratulate the DJ for being awesome enough to play the Hamilton soundtrack at whatever event I happen to be at.

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18. Pick out either a book you want turned into a film/TV show, or a film/TV show you want turned into a book. 

I am so hesitant to chose anything for this question after the tragedy of The Shadowhunters movie and television show (which I’m still watching because how could I not?), but if it were to be done WELL I would love to see The Selection series.  It has such a high addiction factor and it would be so nice to see all of the dresses and food and inside the palace on screen.

19. What would your dream library look like?

Duh, Belle’s library.  My coworker and I were talking about buying two story houses solely so we could knock down the ceiling of the first floor and have REALLY tall libraries with ladders because that is the dream.

20. Author you want to meet and sit down to tea with?

I’ve already met her but I would love to have tea with Victoria Schwab! I really love her books and if you follow her Twitter account you’d know what a huge fangirl she is so we would totally get along!

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