The Haters | GIVEAWAY

I am so so excited to have the opportunity to present you with a giveaway of a book I loved and of a music service I use every single day of my life! DISCOVER A NEW BAND TO HATE TO LOVE One (1) winner receives: a copy of The Haters and branded bumper sticker; plus […]

The Haters by Jesse Andrews | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Haters by Jesse Andrews? The Haters by Jesse Andrews is an audiobook that immediately appealed to me because A) I loved Andrews’s debut, Me And Earl And The The Dying Girl B) the narrator is one I quite enjoy and C) I LOVE BOOKS ABOUT BANDS. When a copy of The Haters […]

The Naughty List by Michael Fry and Bradley Jackson | Book Review

If you have a middle schooler who has already read The Best Christmas Pageant Ever and is looking for another holiday read – why not hand them The Naughty List by Michael Fry and Bradley Jackson. While The Naughty List does not quite have the same religious undertones as The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, there is quite a bit of hilarity in […]

Fortunately, The Milk by Neil Gaiman illustrated by Skottie Young | Book Review

Oh my goodness, I love that feeling of FINALLY reading a book that I’ve had on my Readathon piles multiple times. The October 24 Hour Dewey 2015 Readathon was the second time that I have had Neil Gaiman’s Fortunately, The Milk in my to be read stack. Finally, this time I got to it, and […]

The Unmapped Sea by Maryrose Wood | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? I really love The Incorrigible Children Of Ashton Place series. It’s so much fun and one of those series that makes me love middle grade. Part of the reason I am so into this series is that I’ve listened to the vast majority of with the exception of one […]

Trouble Is A Friend Of Mine by Stephanie Tromly | Book Review

The one word that perfectly describes Trouble Is A Friend Of Mine by debut author Stephanie Tromly is quirky. I mean, the main character is even named Zoe (not quite Zooey, still). I opened this book expecting a mystery along the lines of Sherlock and Veronica Mars. What the book gave me was characterization on characterization […]