Wildflower by Alecia Whitaker | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Wildflower by Alecia Whitaker? Wildflower by Alecia Whitaker initially appealed to me based on the country music theme. Dirty Little Secret by Jennifer Echols was fresh in my mind when I requested it – and I loved that book. Wildflower, however, is a bit more PG compared to Dirty Little Secret. And […]

Thank God It’s Monday | Blog Tour

GUYS! I am so excited to help kick off the Thank God It’s Monday Blog Tour with an awesome guest post from Jessica Brody — an author you absolutely must read if you like lighthearted, fun contemporary books. ELLISON “ELLIE” SPARKS: An idealistic, ambitious sixteen-year-old junior with a lot on her plate.   Those were […]

Escape Theory by Margaux Froley | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen to Escape Theory by Margaux Froley? Escape Theory by Margaux Froley appealed to me based upon the publisher – Soho Teen. Soho Teen was still a relatively new imprint when I had requested it on Netgalley. What they were doing sounded actually kind of really awesome. I am also a sucker […]

A Little In Love by Susan Fletcher | Book Review

A Little In Love by Susan Fletcher is a book that I feel like I have been reading forever and according to my spreadsheet, it is the shortest eARC that I have. Alas, you are here to learn about A Little In Love and so I will tell you all about it. Susan Fletcher’s young adult […]

Facade by Nyrae Dawn | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Facade by Nyrae Dawn? Facade by Nyrae Dawn is a book that I grabbed off of Netgalley when I was going through a New Adult reading phase. Do not get me twisted, I still really enjoy reading New Adult books. However, I just am not reading them quite as much now […]

Glory O’Brien’s History Of The Future by AS King | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Glory O’Brien’s History Of The Future by AS King? Glory O’Brien’s History Of The Future by AS King is a book that appealed to me simply because it is written by AS King. I have yet to read a book by King that is not brilliant, well written, and moving. […]