Tell Me Again How A Crush Should Feel by Sara Farizan | Book Review

The very first BEA book that I chose to read and finish this year was Tell Me Again How A Crush Should Feel by Sara Farizan. The book is pink and purse sized with lots of chapters, easy to read font and plenty of blank pages between the chapters. I decided I wanted Farizan's book to be my first BEA … [continue]

Finnikin Of The Rock by Melina Marchetta | Book Review


Finnikin Of The Rock is a deeply romantic story of not just Finnikin and the dream walker Evanjalin, but of a people who have suffered unspeakable things who will finally, finally return to their land. This is the story for those who love an underdog.


A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall | Book Review


I straight up thought A Little Something Different was super cute and was super adorable. It was a perfect mid-week read for me — light reading with swoon peppered throughout. Although — confession: I wish there was more kissing.


Boomerang by Noelle August | Book Review


I am so beyond glad that Boomerang by Noelle August showed up in my mailbox. Even if it did not show up, at the current price of $1.99 as of August 12, 2014, I would have purchased it. Sometimes you just really need a light and funny book with the sexytimes. Furthermore, this book is exactly […]


The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater | Audiobook Review


I picked up The Dream Thieves which is the next book in the Raven Cycle on audible because I had recently listened to The Raven Boys and was at a loss for what to listen to next and I knew that I had the book on my shelves and that this would be a much faster way to get to it.


Wildthorn by Jane Eagland | Book Review


I am very embarrassed to admit that an ARC of Wildthorn has been sitting in my house unread since 2010. I think most normal bloggers take review copies that have been on their pile that long and cull them because if you aren’t interested enough to read the book within four years of receiving it, what’s […]


Isla Is (Coming) Here Blog Tour | Graphic Novels Recommended Reading


Here is the thing — I am the absolute worst at doing things on time, especially when I am facing some life distractions. No details here, but suffice to say this post is a day late and a dollar short and my apologies to everyone who expected it on Wednesday (sidebar: how is it already […]


Greenglass House by Kate Milford | Book Review

I love that Kate Milford’s books trust that children will be intelligent. I love that they are complex stories with interesting characters and themes. Greenglass House by Kate Milford is a wintery read with quite the mystery to unravel and a rather fascinating cast of characters. Milo is looking forward to vacation and some time alone […]


Counting By 7s by Holly Goldberg Sloan | Book Review


Counting By 7s by Holly Goldberg Sloan sat on my TBR pile for an embarrassing amount of time. I mean, it had been on my pile for over a year which is kind of sad given that I obtained it at BEA 2013 and was super excited to read it. I mean, it’s a middle grade […]


Silver Shadows by Richelle Mead | Audiobook Review


Richelle Mead is one of my favorite young adult authors. You know how people can be brand loyal? Well I am series loyal. That’s right. I read the hell out of Vampire Academy and right now I am reading the hell out of the Bloodlines series and will be eagerly anticipating each new addition until the very end. I started Bloodlines by reading the physical books, but then right around book three, The Indigo Spell, I began to listen to the audiobooks and now I eagerly anticipate each new audiobook addition to the series. When an email showed up from the wonderful Penguin Random House Audiobook people offering me a review copy of Silver Shadows, I absolutely POUNCED because, I am loyal to this series and was desperate for the next chapter in Sydney and Adrian’s saga.

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