Joshua Flores

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Joshua Flores currently lives in Tustin, CA, and attends Arnold O. Beckman High School. When he is not busy doing homework or cramming for math tests, he can be found dreaming up ideas for his book, obsessing over YA fiction, attending book signings, or discovering new and exciting places in LA. He is currently an editor for the Entertainment section of The Beckman Chronicle and a contributing editor for the blog Food, Fitness and Fiction. Follow him on Instagram and on the blog Food, Fitness and Fiction to hear more about anything book related.

Evan remains in her clutches, stuck within the bars of her closed fist. All he ever really wanted was to be himself, but with...

“We had the stars, you and I. And that is only given once.” —André Aciman The last thing Elio expects during his summer in Italy...

“Memories are like fire, and only need a little oxygen to grow.” —Bonfire, Krysten Ritter On November 17th I had the chance to meet Krysten...

Alyssa Sheinmel is the author of R.I.P. Eliza Hart, a new YA book that fans of We Were Liars and We Know It Was You will love. With a...

Thor and the craziness of Asgard have returned to the big screen with brighter colors, improved humor, and new characters that audiences are sure...

Cyndy just escaped the clutches of Straight Inc., an organization claiming to help teenage addicts recover while secretly brainwashing and abusing them. But now...

Art, fair folk, fantastical creatures, abrupt princes, and wild adventures in the woods all make up An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson. This...

In Matt Dickinson’s latest release, Killer Storm, thrill seeker Ryan Hart goes on one of his greatest adventures yet. Dickinson continues his Everest Files...

Marit Weisenberg brings readers the intriguing and shocking new novel Select, which combines romance and science fiction elements expertly and is sure to be enjoyed...

Emily Griffin is the author of the new release Light Years, which defies genres, provides both action and heart, and gives readers a gripping...