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 […]

Don’t Fail Me Now by Una LaMarche | Book Review

I love when young adult contemporary books have characters who have bigger problems then where they are going for their international senior trip or prom. I loved it when contemporary books feel grounded in a reality that I can somewhat relate to a little bit. Don’t Fail Me Now by Una LaMarche is one of those […]

The Prince Of Venice Beach by Blake Nelson | Book Review

I won’t lie, I read The Prince Of Venice Beach by Blake Nelson because it was the shortest book in my Netgalley queue and because for some odd reason I thought it would be a fun, fast lighthearted beach read. Apparently my expectations were way off base because this book was anything but lighthearted. That’s not […]

No Parking At The End Times by Bryan Bliss | Book Review

In all, this is a poignant book about surviving strange circumstances — living in a van and fixing a family that has been broken. I think No Parking At The End Times by Bryan Bliss is a book that deserves trumpeting and deserves to be on your TBR.

Review of Ivy by Julie Hearn

Sometimes a girl just needs a really good work of historical fiction to ease her hectic life. Ivy by Julie Hearn was exactly what the doctor prescribed. First, there is the gorgeous cover, which actually kind of threw me. I went into the book expecting some sort of romance, just because there was a woman […]