The Ballad Of Songbirds And Snakes by Suzanne Collins | Book Review

When I saw the announcement for The Ballad Of Songbirds And Snakes by Suzanne Collins, I was instantly transported back eleven years to my early days of blogging. The Hunger Games was one of my first reviews. The book blogging landscape was completely different then. And of course, I am so happy to see that we’ve come […]

7 Reasons You NEED To Read Dance Of Thieves

I AM SO EXCITED THAT I FEEL LIKE A MUPPET. This is because I get to be on the blog tour today for Dance Of Thieves by Mary E. Pearson and I get to talk to you all about how dope this book is and why you need to read it. Like you know how sometimes you […]

100 Sideways Miles by Andrew Smith | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To 100 Sideways Miles by Andrew Smith? 100 Sideways Miles by Andrew Smith has been on my TBR pile for what feels like FOREVER. I have had a physical copy of this book since 2014 and an audiobook copy since like 2015 via SYNC. And so, when I ran out of […]

Etherworld | The Marvels | Wicked Games | Mini Reviews

Today’s grouping of mini-reviews sort of feels like I am breaking with pattern. These three books are all vastly different. Usually I seem to review all audiobooks or all young adult or all adult fiction, etc. Today we’re going with a young adult sci-fi audiobook, a middle grade book, and a contemporary young adult audiobook. […]

Comic Contributor Corner | The Harlem Hellfighters by Max Brooks

World War One or the Great War as it used to be known, is a time in our history that has been so overshadowed by the wars of today and World War II that many Americans cannot name a single battle. While the Battle of the Bulge, Fallujah, and Operation Anaconda are talked about in […]

Allison: The Start of You and Me | Emery Lord | Book Review

As you all may remember, I loved Emery Lord’s debut novel Open Road Summer. So much so that I forced it into the hands of my best friend with the simple instructions of “I don’t care what else you have going on right now, you MUST read this book.” She did and she loved it. […]