Allison: No One Needs To Know | Amanda Grace | Book Review

I really wanted to like No One Needs To Know by Amanda Grace but unfortunately right from the beginning I had this unmistakable feeling that it was not going to match up to the potential which I had seen in the blurb. I just wasnt pulled into the story the way I thought I would […]

Everything Leads To You by Nina LaCour | Book Review

There are not enough words in the world to describe just how delightful I foundEverything Leads To You by Nina LaCour to be. Friends, this is a book where I am so full and satisfied with what I got. I openedEverything Leads To You knowing that it was an LGBTQ book and that the main […]

One Man Guy by Michael Barakiva | Book Review

I read Michael Barakiva’s debut:One Man Guy in one sitting. This really is not something that I do often, however, Barakiva’s debut merits reading all at once. Listen, if you like your books with meaningful family presence, budding romance, coming of age, and ALL THE FOOD, you’re going to enjoyOne Man Guy. Like, I picked […]

Allison: If You Could Be Mine | Sara Farizan | Book Review

When I first heard about If You Could Be Mine, I knew I had to read it. I was so excited that I had found another book that included diversity in the young adult world! Honestly, that is something that is still sadly missing in a lot of ways. Especially when it comes to stories […]

Allison: Will Grayson, Will Grayson | John Green and David Levithan | Book Review

I had high hopes for Will Grayson, Will Grayson because I had heard so many good things about it. Going into it I knew that it was a combined product of two powerhouse authors, John Green and David Levithan. The first I had read something from but the second I had only heard speak about […]

Allison: Fat Angie | e.E. Charlton-Trujillo | Book Review

There was so much about Fat Angie by e.E. Charlton-Trujillo that I wanted to like. For starters, it was a coming-of-age story filled with issues: issues of bullying, weight, family, mental health, and LGBTQ questioning. It felt like it was compelling, and it was a pretty quick read once I really got into it but, […]