Author: McCall Hoyle


Jul 31
BLINK Summer Reading Tour: Giveaway & McCall Hoyle’s Top Ten Addictions

BLINK Summer Reading Tour: Giveaway & McCall Hoyle’s Top Ten Addictions

Author Top Ten Lists, Giveaways (Ended) 15

When I saw that Blink YA was doing a summer reading tour, I knew that I wanted to jump on board. I’ve read and enjoyed most of the books on this tour (I still need to read Pretty in Punxsutawney and Swing—definitely hoping to get to those soon), and I figured it’s a great opportunity for me to give you guys a chance to win ALL of them! I also get to share McCall Hoyle’s top ten addictions with you, so make sure you scroll down to see those! Check out my review of the book! About the Author McCall Hoyle writes honest YA novels about friendship, first love, and girls finding the strength to overcome great challenges. She is a high school English teacher. Her own less-than-perfect teenage experiences and those of the girls she teaches inspire many of the struggles in her books. When she’s not reading or… Read more »


Nov 10
Bite-Sized Reviews of Umbertouched, Meet the Sky, Furyborn, and Reclaiming Shilo Snow

Bite-Sized Reviews of Umbertouched, Meet the Sky, Furyborn, and Reclaiming Shilo Snow

Reviews 10 ★★★★

I’ve got four YA reviews for you today, two fantasy, one sci-fi and a contemporary. I hope these bite-sized reviews will be enough to feed your fiction addiction! This book is the high-stakes conclusion to the Rosemarked non-magical fantasy duology. This second book in the duology felt very different from the first, mostly because it focuses on the aftermath of the choices that Zivah and Dineas made in book one and on the battles that ensue. My favorite part of this book was seeing Dineas deal with the repercussions of his dual life—he’s now an outsider to both his own people and the Amparans. He sees the Amparans as the enemy, but he also knows some of them as friends and he understands them in ways he hadn’t before. His own people look at him with distrust and sometimes outright hostility. His struggle to come to terms with these things… Read more »