Hue’s Reviews: “Black Enough”

I read Young Adult (YA). Yes, I know. I’m someone’s parent and should have left the subgenre behind. But, you know what? I enjoy stories – period – and many of them come from YA. However, there’s an issue plaguing YA’s publishing – the lack of young adult and teen voices within non-stereotypical stories. Readers […]

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Hue’s Reviews: “Keeping You A Secret”

Julie Anne Peters writes a tale of a young teen having it all to the naked eye. However, another teen’s appearance propels her to see herself deeper. In Keeping You a Secret, the protagonist, Holland Jaeger, finds exactly who she is, while having a supposed good life. She has a popular boyfriend, art proficiency, and a wonderful […]

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Hue’s Review: Lies My Girlfriend Told Me

  “We want you know we forgive you and we thank you for bringing us together.” Julie Anne Peters’ Lies My Girlfriend Told Me offers fresh blood into YA. Not only does it focus on positive lesbian representation, but it’s honest, sweet, and realistic. No one’s buried (aka dies). No one suffers for their love. No one […]

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