Rise To The Sun by Leah Johnson | Book Review

Reading Rise To The Sun by Leah Johnson is an experience. You can practically feel the Farmland music festival as you read this book. And let me tell you, Rise To The Sun was a perfect read when it has been over a year with no concerts. I love that Johnson gave me a little bit of that […]

We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This by Rachel Lynn Solomon | Book Review

I love trying new to me contemporary YA authors. Even more than that? I love when it works out and I absolutely adore what I just read. We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This by Rachel Lynn Solomon is a solid story about conceptualizing love as a performance and how that can negatively impact one’s relationships. I […]

The Backups by Alex de Campi | Book Review

Why Did I Read The Backups by Alex de Campi? The Backups by Alex de Campi was a random book picked from my Macmillan reviewer box. Initially I wasn’t sure when I was going to read it, but as it turns out this was the first I read and what a good choice. Part of […]

9 Books For People Who Read A Variety Of Genres

As a reader, I just cannot commit to a single genre. I like it all. And so, today’s post is all about a variety of mini reviews across several different genres, from adult romance to YA fantasy. What are your go to genres? Breaking Her Rules by Jennifer Snow REALLY appealed to me. I like […]

The Lucy Variations by Sara Zarr | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Lucy Variations by Sara Zarr? The Lucy Variations by Sara Zarr basically ended up on my to be listened to list when I had to use up all my Audible credits before cancelling my account. I went with the practical and decided to get audiobook editions of books that […]

Sing by Vivi Greene | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Sing by Vivi Greene? Sing by Vivi Greene has a cover that really appeals to my minimalist side. It’s just full of white space and simple and subtle and classy. I love that the cover does not have entirely too much going on with it. However, this book was never […]