Wild Swans by Jessica Spotswood is a book I would absolutely recommend to anyone looking for some forward thinking, feminist young adult contemporary fiction. I realize that is a bit of a mouthful to say. It is the best way to describe Spotswood’s latest novel and also the best way to describe all of her […]
The Winner’s Kiss by Marie Rutkoski is absolutely a book worth putting on hold at the library. It is a book worth walking over to the library to borrow. In fact, it is even worth buying. YOU GUYS! So, I was walking to the library to pick up my holds and the librarian gives me […]
Why Did I Listen To And I Darken by Kiersten White? I am a card carrying member of the Kiersten White fan club. Or, at least I would be if there was a fan club and there were cards. I’ve loved her books ever since Paranormalcy. She’s one of those authors where I have eagerly anticipated […]
A Fierce And Subtle Poison by debut author Samantha Mabry is an intoxicating book featuring magical realism and an impossible, against-the-odds romance. So basically, this is absolutely an April Books & Wine kind of book and I am hoping a you kind of book as well. After receiving quite a few emails about the book […]
Queen Of Hearts by Colleen Oakes is a book that I picked out to read next based solely on the cover. I love the limited color palette. I love the large amount of white space. I just find my eye really drawn to the cover and how it is a card design. I can be […]
The Crown’s Game by Evelyn Skye is wonderfully written and evokes Imperial Russia, magic and what I would love historical fantasy to be.