You’ve Reached Sam by Dustin Thao | Book Review

Who doesn’t like closing out the year on a sad book? You’ve Reached Sam by Dustin Thao is a debut young adult book about grief and letting go. So, naturally, this was the book I wanted to end my year with. I had also seen a TikTok about this book which convinced me that I needed to […]

Angel Of Greenwood by Randi Pink | Book Review

Randi Pink’s debut Angel Of Greenwood is stellar and not like anything I have read this year. After reading this book, I find that I wish there was more noise around it. It feels like not a ton of people have read this and that is a travesty. However, given that historical fiction is not the […]

Why We Fly by Kimberly Jones & Gilly Segal | Book Review

Why We Fly by Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal was a book that was REALLY easy to sell me on reading. You see, when a book combines themes of sports and activism, I am absolutely on board to pick it up. And so, I was really excited to read Why We Fly and fall into the […]

5 Reviews Of Throwback YA Books

As we approach the new year, I am trying to enter unburdened. So, I am going through my spreadsheets, typing reviews, and posting drafts. I want to go into 2022 free and clear without leftover unwritten Netgalley/Edelweiss reviews hanging over my head. And so, similar to a photodump, here is a review dump of five […]

Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley | Book Review

Immediately after reading Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley, I knew that I needed to buy a copy to have on my shelves. To me, this story was a keeper. Boulley’s debut is a triumph and I am so excited for what is sure to be an amazing career. This book also reminded me that I do […]

Gilded by Marissa Meyer | Book Review

When it comes to fairy tale retellings, I know that I am in a good place picking up Marissa Meyer’s books. Gilded is a return to fairy tale retellings for Meyer and I AM HERE FOR IT. I felt like this was such a good book to really sink my teeth into. As I read, I […]