YA Books For People Who Can’t Stick To One Genre

You know me, I just cannot stay with one single genre. I want to read everything and widely and with variety. So, here’s five young adult books I’ve recently read from various genres that you should certainly check out. I think my best childhood summer time memories come from going to camp. That’s why I […]

Strange The Dreamer & Muse Of Nightmares

Over a period of about fifteen days – not consecutive, just altogether, I read Laini Taylor’s Strange The Dreamer duo-logy. Ultimately I read it to work on my Netgalley queue zero goal, but my goodness am I glad I did. I forgot just how glorious Taylor’s way with words is. I forgot just how easy it […]

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 […]

Truth Or Dare by Jacqueline Green | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Truth Or Dare by Jacqueline Green? Truth Or Dare by Jacqueline Green had SUCH a cool cover back in like 2013 when it came out. I mean, I liked the green color and the whole keeping a secret motif. However, I didn’t really prioritize it because I just had not […]

Devils & Thieves by Jennifer Rush | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Devils & Thieves by Jennifer Rush? Devils & Thieves by Jennifer Rush sounded like such a cool book. Also? Rush seems to have a great writing reputation. I know quite a few people who were into her previous series. I have not read it, myself. However, you all know how […]

Tyler Johnson Was Here by Jay Coles | Book Review

Tyler Johnson Was Here by Jay Coles hit my radar via Twitter, I think when everyone was tweeting out the cover. FYI, that cover is PERFECT. Like, how could it not catch your eye immediately? So, I knew I had to read this book. Also, I am trying to learn more about the Black Lives […]