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 […]

9 Books For People Who Read A Variety Of Genres

As a reader, I just cannot commit to a single genre. I like it all. And so, today’s post is all about a variety of mini reviews across several different genres, from adult romance to YA fantasy. What are your go to genres? Breaking Her Rules by Jennifer Snow REALLY appealed to me. I like […]

Girls Made Of Snow And Glass by Melissa Bashardoust | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Girls Made Of Snow And Glass by Melissa Bashardoust? Girls Made Of Snow And Glass by Melissa Bashardoust absolutely appeals to me because it is a feminist retelling of Snow White (at least that is my impression). I felt like this book was completely up my alley. I saw it […]

Sadie by Courtney Summers | Book Review

Sadie by Courtney Summers is her best book so far. I mean, I love all of her books and how complicated and messy the main characters are. She really takes these big leaps in her books – like with This Is Not A Test. So, I seriously could not wait to see how Summers’ writing abilities […]

Furyborn by Claire Legrand | Book Review

Sometimes, I think I really dislike hype. I mean, yes, okay it pushes me to read a book WAY faster. Then, however, I have all these outsized expectations like with Furyborn by Claire Legrand. With the way that people were talking about it, I guess I was expecting the second coming. Although I did enjoy Furyborn a […]

Deep Dark Blue by Polo Tate | Book Review

Why Did I Read Deep Dark Blue by Polo Tate? Deep Dark Blue by Polo Tate is one of those books that stands out simply because we are in the age of #MeToo. Tate’s voice is such an important part of the conversation. For me, personally, I find it important to read memoirs of women […]