15 YA Audiobooks For All Types Of Readers

Are you a YA fan who wants to check out some audiobooks on Hoopla, Libby, Scribd or Audible that feels completely overwhelmed by HOW VAST THE SELECTION IS? Well, here’s fifteen young adult audiobooks you might want to give a shot from many different genres as they might fit the bill for what you are […]

Summer and Bird by Katherine Catmull | Book Review

Summer And Bird by Katherine Catmull was basically my number one book to obtain at BEA 2012, five whole years ago. I really wanted the book to read at the time because the cover is absolutely perfect. Plus, I was going through a phase where I read a lot of middle grade books. Also, I just […]

Queen Of Hearts by Colleen Oakes | Book Review

Queen Of Hearts by Colleen Oakes is a book that I picked out to read next based solely on the cover. I love the limited color palette. I love the large amount of white space. I just find my eye really drawn to the cover and how it is a card design. I can be […]

Rags & Bones: New Twists On Timeless Tales edited by Melissa Marr and Tim Pratt | Anthology Review

YOU GUYS! I need to read more short story anthologies because they are essentially the easiest books to read and review because for me – I review each story immediately after reading and then when I am done, boom the review is written. Rags & Bones: New Twists On Timeless Tales edited by Melissa Marr and […]

Lady Thief by AC Gaughen | Book Review

I will always love a good Robin Hood story, forever and for always. Of course when everyone was really into Scarlet by AC Gaughen like a few years ago, I was a day late to the party and was like oh that sounds cool but never pursued reading it. At least, not until everyone was losing […]

The Stepsister’s Tale by Tracy Barrett | Book Review

I feel like you can tell I was raised during the 1990s golden era of Disney because I will read the heck out of any fairy tale re-telling. There’s something a little bit magical about those familiar stories that we all know being adapted and changed. I love reading different authors’ takes on these tales. […]