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BOOKS

PRAISE FOR DREAMOLOGY:
“This is a sweet, quirky romance with appealing characters and loving descriptions of Boston landmarks…Keating is particularly good at capturing the surreal nature of dreams. Give this one to fans of Jenny Han and YA romance.”- School Library Journal
“A fun spin on contemporary romance.”- Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA)
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“Alice is a fun, sarcastic heroine, and readers will be more than happy to join her on her journey both in and out of dreams.”- ALA Booklist
“This story of the ultimate meet–cute just gets cuter and cuter.”- Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books
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PRAISE FOR LITERALLY:
“This festival of metafictive fun should particularly appeal to budding novelists.”- Kirkus Reviews
“Keating inserts a fictional version of herself into her entertaining second novel. Avid readers will enjoy the playful suggestion that although characters are inventions of their authors, they also take on lives of their own.”- Publishers Weekly
“This whimsical novel is a light, satisfying read, full of humor and tidbits about the writing process and publishing world that any youth interested in writing will enjoy...For readers who want to be entertained while discovering that life can only be truly lived when you take control.”- Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA)
“Short, sweet, and brazenly meta....cleverly and at times hilariously playing with YA romance tropes and its own self-awareness....A quirky little love story.”- ALA Booklist
“In Keating’s fun and whimsical voice, the book questions how much of our life we really want plotted out, and how much we’d like our story to be purely ours.”- Brightly