Author Archives: Amanda

About Amanda

Writing. Family. Books. Crochet. Fitness. Fashion. Fun. Not necessarily in that order. Note: agender (she/her).

Pantsuit Nation, by Libby Chamberlain

Note: While I’ve listed Libby Chamberlain as the author, she’s actually the editor of this book and the person who put it all together. The content of the book is from many different individual sources. Not long before the 2016 … Continue reading

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Protected: A Beautiful, Terrible Thing, by Jen Waite

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This One Summer, by Mariko and Jillian Tamaki

Rose’s family goes to a cabin by the beach every summer. Barbecues, ocean dips, silly movies with her friend Windy from the next cabin over…only this summer is different. To say more would be spoiling it, so I’ll leave it … Continue reading

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Protected: The Savage Dawn, by Melissa Grey (audio)

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A Face Like Glass, by Frances Hardinge

The underground city of Caverna is known for two things: first for the magical delicacies they create (wines that erase specific memories, perfume that convinces you to trust the wearer, etc), and second for their doll-like faces. Babies born in … Continue reading

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The Perfect Stranger, by Megan Miranda

Leah Stevens is looking to start over, anonymous, after a scandal at her previous job as a journalist. Emmy Grey, her former roommate from years ago, is also looking for a fresh start. The two of them relocate to a … Continue reading

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The Invisible Library, by Genevieve Cogman (audio)

Irene is a junior librarian in a library that exists outside all worlds. Her job is to retrieve manuscripts from various alternate worlds so that the library may preserve them. She’s just come back from a tedious mission and is … Continue reading

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