Archives for March 2014

Wintertown | Stephen Emond | Book Review

I feel a bit like an odd girl out when it comes toWintertownby Stephen Emond because it turns out most of my friends were neutral about it and I, personally, LOVED it. I began readingWintertown after finishing the super intense, super longThe Lies Of Locke Lamorain need of an intensely different book. You see, I […]

The Last Wild by Piers Torday | Book Review

The first thing that struck me about The Last Wild by Piers Torday is the brilliantly colored cover. It’s eye catching with cool typography. The concept of the book, however, dug it’s claws into me and I was hook line and sinker for Torday’s middle grade debut. Imagine a world without animals. Imagine a world […]

Stacking The Shelves (53)

What a week! So, the last time I talked to you all, I am pretty sure I was the picture of perfect health. This week, it’s like my whole life caught up with me. I’m perfectly okay with that, however, I am not entirely okay with this illness. I got sick starting Wednesday, but I […]

Waiting On You by Kristan Higgins | Book Review

Waiting On You by Kristan Higgins is the third in her Blue Heron series and departs from the Holland family to focus on bar owner Colleen O’Rourke. I picked upWaiting On You despite having a list of books I needed to read which did not include Higgins’s latest book. You see, sometimes I crave certain […]

Top Ten Items On My Bookish Bucket List | Top Five Books For New Readers

Basically because I am on my deathbed (not really, just over-exhausted) I never edited and uploaded a vlog that I made for Top Ten Tuesday (hosted by The Broke And The Bookish) yesterday. I also decided to expand my vlog participation and take part in Top Five Wednesday hosted by Ginger Reads Lainey (you can […]

Enshadowed | Kelly Creagh | Book Review

A few years ago, I read Kelly Creagh’s debut novelNevermoreand was head over heels in love with it. I was enamored. I told all my friends they need to read it, and a quite a few did. I found myself on pins and needs for the sequel, I absolutely had to know what happens next […]