Q&A with A Coup of Owls
Author Interview with diverse magazine A Coup of Owls

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Author Interview for The Girl

My Urban Dark Fantasy World
Literary Titan Author Interview

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The Author’s Guild

Literary Titan
Book Review for The Girl

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Book Review for The Girl

Joanne Guidoccio’s Blog: On The Road to Reinvention
Author Q&A

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Author Q&A

Long & Short Reviews
My Favorite Scene from The Girl (Spoiler Alert)

Fabulous & Brunette
Guest Post

Books in the Hall
Author Q&A for The Girl

Permanent Nerd Network
Review for The Girl

Lisa Haselton Book Reviews & Interviews
Author Q&A about Dark Fiction

All the Ups and Downs
Author Guest Post about What I love about Horror

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To Be Read Next…

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Feature Fiction: The Girl

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The Avid Reader
The Girl Book Review

Confessions of a YA Reader
Book Promo

Literary Gold
Author Q&A

Story Time Teen
Author Featured Letter to my Teen Self

One Book More
Book Spotlight for The Girl

Sandra’s Book Club 
Book Blog Tour

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Guest Article about The Girl

The Indie View
Q&A for The Girl

Women Writers, Womens’ Books
Guest Article On Writing The Girl

Kit n’ Kabookle
Q&A with a special pub day giveaway

The Writer’s Triangle
Feature: On-Air Author Interview for debut novel, The Girl

Speculative Fiction Showcase
Feature: Author Interview for debut novel, The Girl, publishing on December 6, 2022

Let Zygons be Zygons
Review: I fell in LOVE with this book. The writing was captivating and beautiful, and I wanted so badly to finish it in one sitting (but I’m a college student, so that didn’t happen)

Horror Buzz
Guest article: This genre of storytelling has captured my heart and mind since I was a little girl.

Asian Books Blog
Feature: The Girl is a young adult novel that subverts expectations to explore the idea that a girl’s true self is more important than what she’s been told. Breaking through good girl, virginal heroine stereotypes and inspired by mythology and gods, the novel asks the reader to think about what is good and what is evil.

Girl Talk HQ
Guest article: The importance of seeing more anti-heroines, and redefining what “heroism” looks like through characters and stories.

Monster Complex
Feature: The girl was always told she was evil, but is she? Debut author subverts “good girl” trope in dark YA fantasy series

The Girl

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