Book Review: 10 Miles Past Normal by Frances O’Roark Dowell

Normal is overrated. No, really it is. However, not a whole lot of us really see that in high school. I remember desperately wanting to fit in while in high school and to be normal. But, well, normal girls don’t emerge from the library every day with a stack of books. Normal girls talk about […]

Peek-A-Cover: Enshadowed by Kelly Creagh

Peek-A-Cover: Enshadowed by Kelly Creagh OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG. Okay, so I haven’t checked blogs at all this week/weekend, so I am not sure about the overload of cover reveals. BUT I was browsing my goodreads wishlist while sending out a swap package and HOLY HELL THERE IS A COVER FOR THE NEVERMORE by […]

Review of Copper Sun by Sharon Draper

Slavery is an incredibly important part of US History, and something all students should study, as the study of slavery leads to the foundation of studying race relations in the US, how we got to where we are now. Obviously it’s not perfect, and we’ve still got a ways to go. Copper Sun by Sharon […]

Review of The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong

The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong is in two words “brain candy”. I don’t know why, but The Summoning reminded me of Twilight, only I actually enjoyed it. The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong is a paranormal YA about Chloe, who finds herself in a group home for teens with mental illnesses. The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong […]

Review of Ivy by Julie Hearn

Sometimes a girl just needs a really good work of historical fiction to ease her hectic life. Ivy by Julie Hearn was exactly what the doctor prescribed. First, there is the gorgeous cover, which actually kind of threw me. I went into the book expecting some sort of romance, just because there was a woman […]