7 Reasons To Read We Hunt The Flame by Hafsah Faizal

I am so excited to be a part of the blog tour for We Hunt The Flame by Hafsah Faizal today. Faizal is one of the latest bloggers turned authors and I AM HERE FOR IT. Personally, I cannot think of a more wonderful person to celebrate. Today we’re looking at all the reasons you should […]

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 […]

5 Under The Radar YA Books

I feel like sometimes with all the hype that surrounds certain YA books, there’s some really great books that get drowned out. The books below are a collection of five books that I thought were fairly under the radar. Hopefully at least of these books is a hidden gem for you and you find yourself […]

Catherine by April Lindner | DNF Review

WHAT’S THE STORY HERE? Catherine by April Lindner is essentially a retelling of Wuthering Heights but for a modern era of teenagers. The premise is that it is told in dual storylines. We have the modern day story which follows this girl Chelsea as she runs away from home to go to this club in NYC […]

Into The Dim by Janet B. Taylor | DNF Review

Why Did I Pick This Book To Read? Initially, Into The Dim by Janet B. Taylor appealed to me because it was compared to Outlander. I also thought the jacket copy sounded AMAZING. Straight up, I am almost always interested in a time travel romance. Still, I am a huge procrastinator and a huge mood reader. […]

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 […]