The following review of Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood, an autobiography by Marjane Satrapi (Pantheon, April 29, 2003), is from Food, Fitness & Fiction guest contributor Lily Roark (pictured above).
I am not one to pick up a graphic novel. Ever. So it surprised our entire household, the cat… Read More
The following review of These Vicious Masks (Swoon Reads, February 9, 2016) by Tarun Shanker and Kelly Zekas is from Food, Fitness & Fiction Contributing Editor Amber Lee.
These Vicious Masks is a hell of a ride. While its marketing shtick of “Jane Austen meets X-Men” is not quite accurate,… Read More
The following review of Arrows (Delacorte Press January 26, 2016) by Melissa Gorzelanczyk is from Food, Fitness & Fiction Contributing Editor Joshua Flores (pictured above).
What if you fell in love with someone who could never love you in return? Melissa Gorzelanczyrk’s debut novel, Arrows, tells the story of a… Read More
Hope you’re enjoying a great start to spring!
I wanted to share with you my latest Food, Fitness & Fiction newsletter. My goal for now is to do them quarterly and to provide you with links to help you eat and live better. When you click on this link,… Read More
I first connected with highly acclaimed and accomplished author Andrew Smith on Facebook. Anxious to read some of his work, I reached out to him to see which of his books I should read first. He responded with a recommendation to read Grasshopper Jungle.
I’m SO glad I did!
As… Read More
I recently read—actually, I devoured—Bone Gap (Balzer + Bray, March 3, 2015) by Laura Ruby. I had heard about the book a lot and knew it had won the prestigious 2016 Michael L. Prinz award for excellence in Young Adult Literature and was a finalist for the National Book Award.… Read More
The following review of Truth Witch (Tor Teen, January 5, 2016) by Susan Dennard is from Food, Fitness & Fiction contributing editor Amber Lee.
Truthwitch is the ambitious first novel of Susan Dennard’s newest series, with intricate world building and a wide cast of characters.
Here’s a description of Truthwitch… Read More
The following review of Future Shock* (April 1, 2016 AW Teen) by Elizabeth Briggs is by Food, Fitness & Fiction contributing editor Joshua Flores.
Elena Martinez was always seen as average; she had no hope. As a foster child whose 18th birthday was approaching, her hope for the future beings… Read More
The following post is from Food, Fitness & Fiction contributing editor Josh Flores.
Jeff Zentner’s debut novel, The Serpent King (Crown/Random House, March 8, 2016), tells the story of three friends as they uncover family secrets, fall in love, and desperately try to escape the hypocrisy of the small southern… Read More
As a not-so-young adult who avidly reads (OK, I devour) young adult books, I’ve found myself swept up in many a love story—not just the kind between two people, but between friends and even family members.
Out of the 60+ young adult books I’ve had the pleasure of reading over… Read More