SONGS OF MY SELFIE in the front window at McNally Jackson (photo by Angela Sloan).

SONGS OF MY SELFIE in the front window at McNally Jackson (photo by Angela Sloan).

Songs of My Selfie has made some great Internet lists, and we're loving the attention. Take a look!

Vanessa Hudgens's blog Astral and Opal lists Songs of My Selfie as one of six books that suck you in from page one! 

Bustle calls Songs of My Selfie the #1 Book that Celebrates the Millennial Spirit!

"Doing for “bad Millennials” what Bad Feminist did for uncertain feminists, Songs of My Selfie celebrates the Millennial stereotypes—flaws and all—and traverses the emotional terrain beyond them, exploring selfies and self-doubt, self-reliance and self-realization."

And Buzzfeed calls us one of 8 Mesmerizing Reads for Millennials.

Check out the links above for some kickass Songs of My Selfie press. As always, don't forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter @SongsOfMySelfie. Haven't read it yet? Order your copy today!  (And don't forget to rate and review!)


It's Buzzfeed Official: Read WEIRD GIRL AND WHAT'S HIS NAME

Buzzfeed has listed Meagan Brothers's Weird Girl and What's His Name as one of the "17 New YA Books That Will Make Your Heart Happy" and this editor couldn't be prouder! Weird Girl and What's His Name (978-1-941110-27-0; $16.95) edited by yours truly, is scheduled for release on Three Rooms Press on October 13.

They write:

This story follows two misfit BFFs, Rory and Lula, who’ve always confided in each other. But when Rory begins having an illegal affair with his older boss and Lula begins to question her sexual orientation, the structure they’ve built their friendship on is shaken. Readers who enjoy coming-of-age stories will enjoy this powerful novel.

Read the full article here. Ready to preorder? Do so on Amazon or on the Three Rooms Press website for a special preorder gift package, including a signed copy and an exclusive Weird Girl and What's His Name poster.