The Fall Of Butterflies by Andrea Portes | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Fall Of Butterflies by Andrea Portes? The Fall Of Butterflies by Andrea Portes kind of appealed to me based on the fact that it was a newer book that was lying around my house. I liked the orange cover. The comparison to We Were Liars and Looking For Alaska also really […]

Threads by Ami Polonsky | Book Review

Threads by Ami Polonsky caught my attention based on the jacket cover summary. The plot sounded super intriguing. Also, the book was super short. In addition, it is a middle grade book. Right now I am looking for low commitment reads and so, decided that maybe this would be a good book to pick up […]

The End Of Our Story by Meg Haston | Book Review

The End Of Our Story by Meg Haston happens to be another book that I just grabbed randomly to read. I am currently past my due date. So, in all honesty, I wanted to read a book that would hold my attention and that I could easily slip back into should I be interrupted. The […]

The Flame In The Mist by Kit Grindstaff | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Flame In The Mist? The Flame In The Mist by Kit Grindstaff initially appealed to me because I was on a middle grade fantasy kick. Let’s be real, there are some really excellently written middle grade fantasy books out there. Plus, two key elements of the story are the […]

A List Of Cages by Robin Roe | Review + Giveaway

A List Of Cages by Robin Roe is a book that absolutely gutted me. I still feel emotional thinking about my second read of 2017. This is a book that hit really close to home, as my career field of choice is human services-social work. And well, A List Of Cages is one read where it […]

Playlist For The Dead | Don’t Let Go | The Things You Kiss Goodbye | Mini-Reviews

Hello dearest reader friends! Today’s set of mini reviews have basically one thing in common – they are all published by Harper Teen. Also, I gave them all four stars. Each book had different things that I really enjoyed about it. Two are contemporary books and one is the final book in a trilogy that […]