My True Love Gave To Me: Twelve Holiday Stories edited by Stephanie Perkins | Book Review

I am such a sucker for Christmas and holiday themed stories. I guess you can say that I am an easy mark. When I first saw the cover for My True Love Gave To Me: Twelve Holiday Stories edited by Stephanie Perkins, I immediately wanted to read it. I had not even seen the star studded […]

Landline by Rainbow Rowell | Book Review

There is something that Rainbow Rowell just seems to innately get about relationships. After reading Eleanor & Park, Fangirl, and now Landline, I am convinced that Rowell is the master of writing about intimacy and its myriad forms. I’ve seen Rowell’s latest, Landline, described as being akin to a romantic comedy but personally, the book […]

Kinslayer | Jay Kristoff | Book Review

It can be a little hard going from young adult to adult steampunk fantasy, especially when you are used to the large print and snappy pacing of young adult books. Thankfully Jay Kristoff masterfully bridges the gap with his Lotus War series which honestly crosses over quite well. Kinslayer, the sequel to Stormdancer is a very adult […]

If You Find Me | Emily Murdoch | Book Review

When Wendy Darling recommends a book specifically to you, you pay attention and take notes. Y’all, Wendy was like hey I am doing this blog tour thing and I think you’d totally like the book. SHE WAS SO RIGHT, OMG. Y’all, I found myself loving If You Find Me by Emily Murdoch and thinking about it […]

Eleanor & Park | Rainbow Rowell | Book Review

Oh, you guys. YOU GUYS. I’m head over heels swooning over Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell, just like Gayle Forman’s blurb said I would. I’m trying super hard to come up with the perfect words to convey with this book was totally radical, but I can’t. I’m having brain freeze over how great this book […]

Uses For Boys Erica Lorraine Scheidt Book Review

I think the majority of my feelings about the books I read come down to timing — how I am feeling, the book I’ve read just before, the weather, and the list goes on. Unfortunately, I cannot help but compare my current reads to my previous read, especially if the books have similar themes and […]