New Reviewers & Looking For Teen Chick Lit Reviewers – Updated August 21st 2012

Hey all! Happy Friday the 13th!! I am tired and grouchy today for some reason and think I’m going to spend the afternoon reading some fantasy/paranormal chick lit books. :D Or play the Sims 3 – that’s always a good mood lifter.

Anyway, I’m excited to announce we’ve taken on two new guest reviewers here at ChickLitBooks.com. Their names will be revealed with their first reviews, which will hopefully be posted within the next few weeks. :)

However, I am still looking for one or two reviewers for TeenChickLit.com. (There is a new design over there – make sure to go check it out. I updated the coloring and header image, like I have with this site).

I am also looking for maybe one or two more experienced guest reviewers for Chick Lit Books.

Let me know! I may post a couple of reviews myself over the next few days.

Have a wonderful Friday! :D


Updated August 21st, 2012:

We are no longer looking for new reviewers! Thank you!

New Teen Chick Lit Review

Hey all, I just wanted to do a quick post and let you all know I posted a brand new teen chick lit book review over on TeenChickLit.com! It was a super-fun five-star read from one of my all-time favorite authors, Sarah Mlynowski.

Click the book cover to be taken to the review:

TeenChickLit.com Has Been Completely Redone

Please make sure to go and check out the new and MUCH improved TeenChickLit.com!  I am still adding books and information, but there is plenty to look at now.

I hope you enjoy it!

I am also looking for teen chick lit reviewers.  There is a contact page on the site where you can email me if you are interested.

:)

Review: L.A. Candy

I won’t lie – I used to watch The Hills religiously every week when it was on and I’m a fan of Lauren Conrad’s. So of course I was going to buy a copy of her first book L.A. Candy, which happened to be a teen chick lit novel.

Set in the glamourous LA/Hollywood area, L.A. Candy was a fast and fun read about two girls who have just moved to LA together: Jane Roberts, who has just started an internship for celebrity event planner Fiona Chen, and Scarlett, an intelligent and outgoing beauty who is attending USC.

The girls are overwhelmed and enthralled with the glitz and glamour of Hollywood life. One night at a club, a producer approaches them about starting their own reality series, a “reality version of Sex and the City”. Continue reading Review: L.A. Candy