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 […]

More Than Just A Pretty Face by Syed M. Masood | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To More Than Just A Pretty Face? More Than Just A Pretty Face by Syed M. Masood showed up in the mail as a nice surprise. Then, I got super sick from being first trimester and really struggled to read books. Thankfully, audiobooks were a lifeline. I saw this book was […]

And I Darken by Kiersten White | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To And I Darken by Kiersten White? I am a card carrying member of the Kiersten White fan club. Or, at least I would be if there was a fan club and there were cards. I’ve loved her books ever since Paranormalcy. She’s one of those authors where I have eagerly anticipated […]

Rapture Practice: A True Story About Growing Up Gay in an Evangelical Family by Aaron Hartzler | Book Review

I have literally had Rapture Practice by Aaron Hartzler on my TBR for over a year. I mean, my actual write it in the composition this is serious I mean business TBR. What is not to intrigue me? Hartzler’s memoir promises to be about a person growing up in an evangelical family who happens to be […]

Rumble by Ellen Hopkins | Book Review

When a copy of Hopkins’s latest book, Rumble, arrived in my mail I was so excited. I was excited because it was on a topic that I could really relate to, losing your faith. I mean, I can’t relate to drugs or prostitution, but I can totally relate to going from being religious to being not-so-religious. Yet, Rumble goes a little deeper than the whole question of having faith vs. being faithless.

This Side Of Salvation by Jeri Smith-Ready | Book Review

I love it when authors do unexpected things. I love when authors break the bounds of what seems to be their typical genre and try something different. Friends, Jeri Smith-Ready departs from the paranormal genre withThis Side Of Salvation and writes a winsome, contemporary novel. This is a book that masters the weaving of elements […]