Another Sad & Shitty Day

On Christmas Day we found out that our sweet little furry friend Chewie had lung cancer. This came as a huge blow because she was so young and only three months ago we’d also had to put our Boxer to sleep (stupid, shitty cancer!). We took Chewie home and kept her comfortable and loved on […]

Book Release: In Defiance of the Stars by Susan Harris

GRAB THE ENTIRE SERIES IN PRINT! What better way to start 2020 off than to get moving on your reading goals? Hopefully you’ve already planned out your lofty New Year resolution goals for reading. Whether you’ve got a goal to read one book a month, or eight, this series needs to be on your list. […]

Book Review: How Quickly She Disappears by Raymond Fleischman

Set in 1941, against the harsh backdrop of a remote Alaskan community, How Quickly She Disappears is the story of Elisabeth, a wife and mother living a very quiet life in the far northern reaches of Alaska. Elisabeth is at a point in her life where she is isolated, geographically and emotionally, from her husband, […]

Cover Reveal: Chaos Theory by Susan Harris

We’re thrilled to share the official cover reveal for a brand new young adult vampire series by best-selling author Susan Harris! CHAOS THEORY is the first book in THE SANGUINE CROWN series, which releases on May 20, 2020. CHAOS THEORY brings vampires back in popular form as this new series pays homage to the classics, […]

Double Book Release: The Temple and The Temple Twins by Emily Shore

Clean Teen Publishing has not one, but two new print releases from Emily Shore today! THE TEMPLE, and THE TEMPLE TWINS, Books 3 and 4 in the UNCAGED SERIES by Emily Shore are finally available in print. Grab your copies today! NEW PRINT RELEASES THE TEMPLE by Emily Shore Book 3 in The Uncaged Series. […]

Book Review: Foul is Fair by Hannah Capin

Think of all the darkest vengefests you’ve enjoyed in literature and film and you have the experience that is Foul is Fair, the latest novel by Hannah Capin. MacBeth, Heathers, Mean Girls, Kill Bill, and AHS: Coven have all been used to describe elements and the tone of this new book, and they are all […]

My Summer 2019 Reading List

I’ve been so bad about keeping up my blog this summer–okay, for always is a truer statement. The one thing I thought I could reliably do is a post about all the books and audiobooks I’ve loved. Well, I have no excuses. I’m reliably unreliable and you should know that about me. So here is […]

Book Review: Beneath the Ashes (The Calderwood Cases #2) by Dea Poirier

Fresh off the investigation into her sister’s death, detective Claire Calderwood is called to investigate a murder in a nearby community. A girl’s body has been found tied to the bed of a hotel room, covered in ashes. Without witnesses, and with few clues, Claire must figure out who killed this girl while dealing with […]

Book Review: The Grace Year by Kim Liggett

The Grace Year is another of those rare books that has left me speechless. This is what I knew about this book going in… “Survive the year. No one speaks of the grace year. It’s forbidden. In Garner County, girls are told they have the power to lure grown men from their beds, to drive […]