Zodiac by Romina Russell | Book Review

I’ll start this review with the caveat that I read Zodiac by Romina Russell in December 2014 and I am just now writing the review in May 2015. I am as stumped for an outpouring of words about the book now as I was then, but hey I am on a reviewing roll today so may […]

Side Effects May Vary by Julie Murphy | Book Review

I get nervous when a book is pitched as The Fault In Our Stars meets Sarah Dessen. I mean, how can a book even live up to a comparison like that? Fortunately, when I picked up Side Effects May Vary by Julie Murphy, I was able to clear the comparisons from my head and take the book on […]

The Half Life Of Molly Pierce by Katrina Leno | Book Review

As a total fanatic of numbers and stats and such when it comes to my own personal reading, I have come to really appreciate short books. I know, judge me if you want, but honestly, I love the boost they give to my goal achievement. The Half Life Of Molly Pierce by Katrina Leno is a […]

Love Letters To The Dead by Ava Dellaira | Book Review

Oh, friends, I am over the moon to chat with you all about Love Letters To The Dead by Ava Dellaira. It’s the sort of book that after finishing it, I found myself popping over to google chat to recommend it to one of my friends, only to discover they had already read it and experienced […]

The Truth About Alice by Jennifer Mathieu | Book Review

Jennifer Mathieu’s The Truth About Alice is a book predicated on a rather intense concept. It’s a young adult book where the rumors fly in a small Texas town and title character Alice Franklin, a girl with a penchant for pencil skirts, is at the center of these rumors. The truth is irrelevant to the […]

The Gospel Of Winter by Brendan Kiely | Book Review

Brendan Kiely debuts with The Gospel Of Winter, a young adult contemporary book about the trauma of abuse. If you are in the mood for a hard-hitting, affecting read, then be sure to pick this one up. Kiely’s book is more literary than it is commercial. It is a well written read. I was initially drawn […]