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.

Kami Garcia, author of Teen Titans: Raven and the Beautiful Creatures series, has written the second installment in her Teen Titans graphic novel series—Teen...

In the sequel to the acclaimed The Kissing Booth, Elle and Noah continue in their adventures and face unimaginable trials as they experience long distance...

The Sky Is Mine is a tragic yet hopeful look at a young girl's coming of age in a world full of violence and abuse....

The hustle and bustle of New York, the culture and prestige of city living, and more importantly, the staple of the Big Apple —...

Based on the #1 New York Times Bestseller, Normal People is a story about sex, love, and redemption — all of the discomfort, confusion, and...

Looking for the perfect feel-good story to celebrate pride? In need of pure escapism during quarantine? Love, Victor takes audiences back into the warm,...

From glamorous homes to petty workplace drama, Selling Sunset returns to Netflix with its second season, showcasing more drama and more lavish homes than ever before....

Izzie is slipping, falling, unable to stand back up on her own two feet. She feels alone, isolated, her words unable to be heard...

Lydia thought she had her life planned out with her boyfriend, Freddie. They had ordinary lives, ordinary jobs, and an ordinary, wonderful life together....

Everything comes back to the night of the fire, the fire that stole the Richardson home, leaving only ashes and despair. Chronicling the intertwining...