Hypable: Click HERE to access exclusive”Something Like Gravity Excerpt Introduces Us to Chris and Maia’s World” (May, 2019)

NewNowNext: Click HERE to see Something Like Gravity on “8 Exciting New Book Releases We Can’t Wait to Crack Open” by Sam Manzella (February, 2019)

Book Riot: Click HERE to find Something Like Gravity in “Most Anticipated 2019 LGBTQ Reads” by Rachel Brittain (January, 2019)

HuffPost Queer Voices: Click HERE for the Something Like Gravity Cover Reveal by Curtis M. Wong (November, 2018)

LGBTQ Reads: Click HERE for “Authors in Conversation: Jaye Robin Brown & Amber Smith (April, 2018)

The Mary Sue: Click HERE to see TLTLG in “Best Queer Reads of February” (March, 2018)

Hypable: Click HERE to find TLTLG in Hypable’s “8 Books to Read If You Can’t Wait to See Love, Simon” (March, 2018)

Bookish: Click HERE to read “Amber Smith on How the Cycle of Abuse Shaped The Last to Let Go” (February, 2018)

Young Adult Books Central: Click HERE to read “Author of the Week: Chat with Amber Smith” (February, 2018)

RT Book Reviews: Click HERE to read RT’s TOP PICK REVIEW of The Last to Let Go (January, 2018)

B&N Teen BlogClick HERE to see TLTLG in B&N’s “Our Most Highly Anticipated LGBTQA YA of 2018” (December, 2017)

Elite Daily: Click HERE to find The Last to Let Go in “2018 Book Releases That’ll Make Reading More Your New Year’s Resolution” (November, 2017)

Publisher’s Weekly: Click HERE to read PW’s review of The Last to Let Go (November, 2017)

RivetedLit: Click HERE for the COVER REVEAL of The Last to Let Go (June, 2017)

Amelia Bloomer Project: Click HERE to find TWIUTB on the American Library Association’s 2017 Amelia Bloomer List of feminist literature (January, 2017)

Booklist: Click HERE to read “Make Them Hear You: Rape Culture and Girls’ Voices in YA Lit” by Maggie Reagan (December, 2016)

justinelogoJustine Magazine: Click HERE for “9 ‘Do Not Miss’ Books You’ll Want To Share” (November, 2016)

boston globeThe Boston Globe: Click HERE to find TWIUTB included in “The Young Adult Summer Reading Guide” (July, 2016)

buffalonewsThe Buffalo News: Click HERE for Stephanie Shapiro’s review of TWIUTB (May, 2016)

The News & Observer: Click HERE to read “Heartbreak and Hope in 3 Intense YA Books” by Susie Wilde (April, 2016)

The Charlotte Observer: Click HERE to read “Amber Smith’s Compelling Debut Novel About Teen Rape” by Dannye Romine Powell (March, 2016)

BustleBustle: Click HERE for Bree Crowder’s “4 YA Authors Candidly Speak Up About Rape Culture” featuring Christa Desir, Ellen Hopkins, Amber Smith, & Courtney Summers (March, 2016)

TYFThe Young Folks: Click HERE for Gabrielle Bondi’s review of TWIUTB (March, 2016)

Germ logoGerm Magazine: Click HERE to read “The Story Behind The Way I Used to Be: An Essay by Author Amber Smith” (February, 2016)

School Library Journal: Click HERE for SLJ’s Starred Review of TWIUTB (January, 2016)

Frolic Media: Click HERE to read “Five Questions with: Amber Smith, Author of Something Like Gravity” by Aurora Dominguez (May, 2019)

Autostraddle: Click HERE to find Something Like Gravity on “68 LGBT YA Books to Get Excited For in 2019” by Casey (February, 2019)

Barnes & Noble Teen Blog: Click HERE to see of Something Like Gravity on “35 of Our Most Anticipated LGBTQAP YA of 2019” by Dahlia Adler (December, 2018)

Publishers Weekly: Click HERE for the announcement of Something Like Gravity (October, 2018)

Blog Talk Radio: Click HERE to listen to Amber Smith in an interview with Conversations Live host, Cyrus Webb (March, 2018)

School Library Journal: Click HERE to read SLJ’s Interview “Amy Reed & Amber Smith on Trauma, Writing, And Self-Care” (March, 2016)

Culturess: Click HERE to read “The Last to Let Go: 5 reasons this February release is a must-read” by Amanda Mullen (February, 2018)

Teenreads: Click HERE for’s review of TLTLG (February, 2018)


Adventures in YA Publishing: Click HERE to read interview, “Amber Smith on Helping to Open Up A Dialogue” (February, 2018)

The Children’s Book Review: Click HERE to read “Best Young Adult Novels: YA Novels Rooted in Reality” by Amy Giles (January, 2018)

Booklist: Click HERE to read Booklist’s STARRED REVIEW of The Last to Let Go (November, 2017)

Bustle: Click HERE for “These 7 Authors Give Back to Charity” by Caitlin White (January, 2017)

pubweekly imagePublisher’s Weekly: Click HERE to read “YA Authors Turn Advocates” by Sarah J. Robbins (October, 2017)

seventeenSeventeen Magazine: Click HERE to read “13 Best New YA Novels for Your Every Summer Mood” (June, 2016)

Conversations LIVE: Click HERE to listen to Amber discussing TWIUTB with Cyrus Webb on “Breakfast with Books” Radio Show (May, 2016)

NPR Books: Click HERE for “When Talking About Sexual Consent, YA Books Can Be A Parent’s Best Friend” on All Things Considered with Neda Ulaby (April, 2016)

Bucks County Courier Times: Click HERE to for “Two New YA Books Powerfully Address Sexual Assault” by  Nathan Siegel (April, 2016)

rivetedRivetedLit: Click HERE to read Amber’s “Dear YA Me” Letter (March, 2016)

Teen Librarian Toolbox: Click HERE to read TLT’s review of TWIUTB (March, 2016)

fglFangirlish: Click HERE to read “Turning the Pages: The Way I Used to Be by Amber Smith” (March, 2016)

Adventures in YA Publishing: Click HERE to read this interview “Amber Smith on Telling Stories…” (March, 2016)

 yabcYoung Adult Books Central: Click HERE to read “Author Chat with Amber Smith” (March, 2016)

Redbook: Click HERE to find TWIUTB on Redbook’s “The 20 Best Books You Absolutely Must Read This Spring” (February, 2016)

Nerdy But Flirty: Click HERE to read Candice Huber’s review of TWIUTB (February, 2016)

BustleBustle: Click HERE to read Bustle’s “The 18 Most Anticipated YA Novels of 2016” (December, 2015)

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