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 […]

Furyborn by Claire Legrand | Book Review

Sometimes, I think I really dislike hype. I mean, yes, okay it pushes me to read a book WAY faster. Then, however, I have all these outsized expectations like with Furyborn by Claire Legrand. With the way that people were talking about it, I guess I was expecting the second coming. Although I did enjoy Furyborn a […]

House of Dreams: The Life of L.M. Montgomery by Liz Rosenberg | Book Review

House Of Dreams: The Life Of L.M. Montgomery by Liz Rosenberg is appealing for obvious reasons. I goddamn love me some Anne Shirley. So, it stands to reason that I would be pumped to read a book about the life of Anne’s creator. Plus, the title is totally a play on one of the titles from […]

The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton? I genuinely respect a lot of what Dhonielle Clayton has to say on twitter. I also met her for like fifteen seconds at New York Comic Con back when her debut with Sonia Charaipotra was coming out – Tiny Pretty Things. After seeing the bold and […]

From Twinkle, With Love by Sandhya Menon | Book Review

From Twinkle, With Love cements Sandhya Menon as one of my MUST read YA contemporary authors. No sophomore slump here. Also, can I put the caveat on this review, that if I hear you complain about names like Twinkle or Dimple, I will write you a strongly worded letter and follow you around with a […]

Deep Dark Blue by Polo Tate | Book Review

Why Did I Read Deep Dark Blue by Polo Tate? Deep Dark Blue by Polo Tate is one of those books that stands out simply because we are in the age of #MeToo. Tate’s voice is such an important part of the conversation. For me, personally, I find it important to read memoirs of women […]