The Bridge From Me To You by Lisa Schroeder | Book Review

I get onto these kicks where I just want to read from one genre and that’s it, because the genre is really working for me. Lately, that genre has been young adult contemporary. The Bridge From Me To You by Lisa Schroeder is a YA contemporary book that has been on my shelf for years. Now […]

The Wonder Of Us by Kim Culbertson | Book Review

The Wonder Of Us by Kim Culbertson is a book that I am glad I eventually picked up. There’s a couple factors that it hits that really appeal to me — friendship and international travel. I loved that it explored a complicated friendship between two girls and how they eventually worked their issues out. This […]

Tell Me Everything by Sarah Enni | Book Review

Another day, another random pick from the TBR cart. Tell Me Everything by Sarah Enni vastly appealed to me at the time of choosing because it is a slim volume. And as you all know, my mission right now is to just get through some books on my shelf and clear out some much needed space. […]

Because I Am Furniture by Thalia Chaltas | Book Review

Books in verse have this wonderful way of distilling emotions into so few words. Yes, I tend to sail through them, but I appreciate how not a word seems to be wasted. Because I Am Furniture by Thalia Chaltas is a verse book that has been on my shelf for ten years. I bought it back […]

One Great Lie by Deb Caletti | Book Review

I’ve been reading Deb Caletti’s books since I was a young adult myself. Thus, I found myself really looking forward to delving into One Great Lie. I think that Caletti has this spectacular way of exploring issues that affect girls and women in a way that feels realistic. Although certain elements of One Great Lie were a […]

5 Audiobooks Under 5 Hours

If you are new to trying audiobooks, a short listen might be right up your alley. These 5 audiobooks under 5 hours long are not a huge time commitment. I think of it as being a taste of the wonderful world of audiobooks. They are a way to ease into listening to books. And honestly, […]