Bleed Like Me by Christa Desir | Book Review

Bleed Like Me by Christa Desir is a book that I picked up because it was wicked short and also because I really, really loved her debut, Fault Line. Unfortunately, I do not think I was quite in the right mindset or place when I read Bleed Like Me. I had been hoping for something that resonated […]

Paper Towns by John Green | Book Review

Do you have the habit of hanging on to a book by an author that you love because there is not a new book on the horizon and you just want one book by that author to read in a tight spot? For me – that book was Paper Towns by John Green. I have […]

The Prince Of Venice Beach by Blake Nelson | Book Review

I won’t lie, I read The Prince Of Venice Beach by Blake Nelson because it was the shortest book in my Netgalley queue and because for some odd reason I thought it would be a fun, fast lighthearted beach read. Apparently my expectations were way off base because this book was anything but lighthearted. That’s not […]

No Parking At The End Times by Bryan Bliss | Book Review

In all, this is a poignant book about surviving strange circumstances — living in a van and fixing a family that has been broken. I think No Parking At The End Times by Bryan Bliss is a book that deserves trumpeting and deserves to be on your TBR.

Pretty Bad Things | CJ Skuse | Book Review

Twins are so cool. No, really, they are. Especially ones who are on the wrong side of the law.Pretty Bad Things by CJ Skuse hits my list for what is cool and what is not, when it comes to twins. If you are looking for a fast read that just begs you to keep flipping […]

Will Sparrow’s Road by Karen Cushman Book Review

When I think of children’s historical fiction, one of the first names that comes to mind is Karen Cushman, whether it’s for Catherine Called Birdy or The Midwife’s Apprentice, her name makes me think of journeys to the past. However, I’m not entirely sure if I have read her books before, you know my childhood was […]