Author: Jennifer E. Smith

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May 11
{ARC Review} Summer Days & Summer Nights: Twelve Love Stories @StMartinsPress

{ARC Review} Summer Days & Summer Nights: Twelve Love Stories @StMartinsPress

I love a good anthology. There is just something so satisfying about seeing a bunch of wonderful authors sitting down to all write stories centering around a similar theme. It is instant gratification. As soon as you get done with one story, you know you have more great stories after. And with an editor like Stephanie Perkins and authors like Leigh Bardugo, Francesca Lia Block, Libba Bray, Cassandra Clare, Brandy Colbert, Tim Federle, Lev Grossman, Nina LaCour, Veronica Roth, Jon Skovron, and Jennifer E. Smith, how can you go wrong? Not to mention the theme is summer love. One of my very favorites for feel good romances. If you haven’t guessed it by now, I really, really enjoyed Summer Days & Summer Nights. Summer Days & Summer Nights features 12 short stories. The book on a whole is about 400 pages, which seems long, but when you divide that into 12, you get about 33-34 pages per story, so you can breeze through each of them really quickly. I devoured… Read more »

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Apr 10
{Excerpt+Giveaway} The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith

{Excerpt+Giveaway} The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith

On Tour with Prism Book Tours Welcome to my stop for the EXCERPT TOUR for The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith CHAPTER ONE Excerpt 3 As her eyes adjusted, Lucy could see him frown as he pulled out his earbuds. He glanced in her direction before turning to face the panel of buttons, jabbing at a few with his thumb. When they refused to light up, he finally hit the red emergency one, and they both cocked their heads, waiting for the speaker to crackle to life. Nothing happened, so he punched it again, then once more. Finally, he lifted his shoulders in a shrug. “It must be the whole building,” he said without turning around. Lucy lowered her eyes, trying to avoid the little red arrow above the door, which was poised somewhere between the numbers 10 and 11. She was doing her best not to picture the empty elevator shaft below, or the thick cables stretched above them. “I’m sure they’re already working on… Read more »

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