The Scar Boys by Len Vlahos | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? Initially I was interested in the audiobook of The Scar Boys by Len Vlahos because the narrator is one of my favorites, Lincoln Hoppe, who narrated one of my top 5 favorite audios, Okay For Now. Also? It was super short. I mean, when the book was up for […]

You Are My Only | Beth Kephart | Book Review

When I first read a book by Beth Kephart, I wasn’t too keen on it. I did not get what all the fuss was about. Maybe I just wasn’t ready at the time or maybe it was the person I was back then. Now, though, after reading Kephart’s You Are My Only, I feel that I […]

Notes From The Blender | Trish Cook & Brendan Halpin | Book Review

Yo, I have the absolute worst habit of letting short easy books just sort of fester on my review pile and that is kind of dumb because the sooner I read them, the sooner I can put them on my donate pile. Y’all, I read through Notes From The Blender co-authored by Trish Cook and Brendan […]

Ashes | Ilsa J. Bick | Book Review

I have to say, it’s kind of cool hanging onto review copies that I just have not been able to get to, because when I finally pick them up to read them, my mind is cleared of all hype and you know, the copy still gets a review and if we’re lucky that convinces someone […]

The Sweetest Thing | Christina Mandelski | Book Review

To me there are few things that go better together than contemporary young adult stories and food. There’s a magic certain authors have in describing food that usually ends up making my mouth water, dorky as that may sound. When picking out the books for my Bout Of Books stack, which FYI I failed miserably, […]

Allison: Never Sit Down in a Hoopskirt | Crickett Rumley | Book Review

Are you looking for a fun yet serious book to finish up the summer with? Well then I’ve got just the book for you. Never Sit Down in a Hoopskirt and Other Things I Learned in Southern Belle Hell by Crickett Rumley is a simply delightful debut novel that is perfect for a last minute […]