Beauty and the City Chapter Magazine Blog Tour

Beauty and the City

Chapter Magazine

Genre: YA Romance

November 2020


Beauty and the City is a contemporary love story about Milan, a young glamorous model who is hiding her disability even as she rises in popularity. Met with an internal moral dilemma, Milan finds herself at a crossroads. She wants to be the girl everyone seems to like, yet she knows there’s more. Underneath this quest for self-love is a complicated goal to reignite a love she can never quite get right.

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My Review

Beauty and the City caught my attention from the start. I really liked the writing. Milan I thought was an interesting character. I think she is a lot like any girl and just wants to fit in but she worries that people won’t like her anymore if they found out she was deaf. I really enjoyed this first chapter and I would love to read more of Milan’s story!

Here’s How It All Begins:

The beginning of the end started the summer before senior year. Seventeen years old—a record year for me. I was just a girl. The only Milan on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Being the only anything in New York was rare. Like all girls, I had a secret. Being deaf was something I found easier to deal with when fewer people knew, so just before starting a new high school and after Mama’s accident, I reinvented myself. I left my hearing aid at home permanently, which made it difficult at times because I only had partial hearing in one ear to start with. Without my hearing aid, I really was in complete silence. Yet I had other skills that allowed me to communicate just fine. It wasn’t too soon after I started high school that I began modeling, and, well, the world looked at me in a way I sort of liked. But love—that was what confused me the most. I had found myself in a boy craze of the most peculiar predicament, in a tangled web that nearly took me under. They never warn you about love, and no magazine could ever do it justice.

Beauty and the City is a novel distributed in Free Monthly Chapter Magazines that feature the story.

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The Love Virus by Eleni Cay Review

Title: The Love Virus

Author: Eleni Cay

Publisher: Self-published

Publication date: April 2020

Age Group/Genres: Contemporary


When Katie finds out that her increasingly unresponsive legs and extreme fatigue is due to Multiple Sclerosis, she rides an emotional rollercoaster – anger, denial and fear – when faced with a wheelchair-bound existence. She puts her studies at Oxford on hold, and she splits up from her fiancé, Mark, even though she still loves him. While undergoing treatment, Katie is diagnosed with MS2 – a virus that paralyses the mind. In hospital, Katie has to cope with her irritating bedfellows who argue constantly, and where she is treated by Dr Andrews, a handsome psychologist. The closer she gets to him however, the worse her pain becomes. Compounding Katie’s struggle is Mark, who returns to her bedside day after day. Once Katie begins Dr Andrews’ new experimental MS2 treatment, Mark can’t recognise her anymore. He begins to wonder if Katie will ever be cured.

Trigger/Content warnings:

– Strong language

– Frank portrayal of a life-changing health condition

– Self-harm

– Suicide attempt

– Depression

My Review

I thought The Love Virus was a interesting and unique read. It did take me a while to get used to the writing because it is written in prose. If you don’t like books written in verses than this might not be the book for you.

This book does have some things that can be triggers, so please be aware of that before you pick this book up! I did think the writing was beautiful.I felt so many things while reading this book. I think the author did a great job showing how chronic illnesses can affect someone and what they go through.

This book had plenty of moments of despair but also plenty of Love and hope. It was a wonderful read that shows all the struggles of a chronic illness.

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Eleni Cay is a Slovakian-born poet living in England and Norway. She is known for her multimedia poetry which has been screened at international festivals and featured on Button Poetry. Her award-winning first collection was published in Slovak, English and German. The Love Virus is Eleni’s debut novel.

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Teen Titans Raven by Kami Garcia and Gabriel Picolo Review

Teen Titans: Raven


When a tragic accident takes the life of 17-year-old Raven Roth’s foster mom—and Raven’s memory—she moves to New Orleans to recover and finish her senior year of high school.

Starting over isn’t easy. Raven remembers everyday stuff like how to solve math equations and make pasta, but she can’t remember her favorite song or who she was before the accident. And when impossible things start happening, Raven begins to think it might even be better not to know who she was before.

But as she grows closer to her new friends, her foster sister, Max, and Tommy Torres, a guy who accepts her for who she is now, Raven has to decide if she’s ready to face what’s buried in the past… and the darkness building inside her.

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Kami Garcia and first-time graphic novel artist Gabriel Picolo comes this riveting tale of finding the strength to face who you are and learning to trust others—and yourself.



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My   Review

My library finally acquired a copy and I couldn’t wait to read this graphic novel! I wasn’t disappointed! I really loved it! I loved the artwork! It was beautiful! I enjoyed the writing as well. The story was interesting. I thought the characters were well written! My favorite character was Raven! It was a fun read and I can’t wait to read more!

All Eyes On Us Blog Tour Review and Favorite Quotes


All Eyes on Us

by Kit Frick

Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books

Release Date: June 4th 2019

Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Thriller




PRIVATE NUMBER: Wouldn’t you look better without a cheater on your arm?

AMANDA: Who is this?


The daughter of small town social climbers, Amanda Kelly is deeply invested in her boyfriend, real estate heir Carter Shaw. He’s kind, ambitious, the town golden boy—but he’s far from perfect. Because behind Amanda’s back, Carter is also dating Rosalie.


PRIVATE NUMBER: I’m watching you, Sweetheart.

ROSALIE: Who IS this?


Rosalie Bell is fighting to remain true to herself and her girlfriend—while concealing her identity from her Christian fundamentalist parents. After years spent in and out of conversion “therapy,” her own safety is her top priority. But maintaining a fake, straight relationship is killing her from the inside.


When an anonymous texter ropes Amanda and Rosalie into a bid to take Carter down, the girls become collateral damage—and unlikely allies in a fight to unmask their stalker before Private uproots their lives.

PRIVATE NUMBER: You shouldn’t have ignored me. Now look what you made me do…



My Review

This was a thriller full of twists and plenty of secrets that will keep you reading until the very last page! This is written in a dual point of view. I didn’t mind this. The pacing was fast which I like in a thriller. There was definitely plenty of suspense and a creepy vibe with the text messages.  I do want to warn people that this book does talk about serious topics. I think the author handles it well but I still like to give warnings.

Favorite Quotes

And I’m not public Amanda, either: beautiful, sharp-tongued, admired feared. Queen of the senior class. For these seven minutes, I don’t have to be any of those girls. I can just be me.

You may be the prettiest girl in school but things are going to get real ugly if you don’t start listening to me.

I get under the covers without brushing my teeth, then stare up at the ceiling and follow the lines where the paint is cracked. Just one of the many home repairs we never got around to making. If I look at it one way, it’s a network, a road map. Endless paths. But when I look again, it’s just a broken web. My life on display, all the threads torn apart.


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Kit Frick is a novelist, poet, and MacDowell Colony fellow. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, she studied creative writing at Sarah Lawrence College and received her MFA from Syracuse University. When she isn’t putting complicated characters in impossible situations, Kit edits poetry and literary fiction for a small press, edits for private clients, and mentors emerging writers through Pitch Wars. She is the author of the young adult novels See All the StarsAll Eyes on Us (2019), and Windermere (2020), all from Simon & Schuster / Margaret K. McElderry Books, and the poetry collection A Small Rising Up in the Lungs (New American Press). Her fiction is represented by Erin Harris at Folio Literary Management / Folio Jr.