What We Left Behind by Robin Talley | Book Review + Tour

Recently, like six months or so ago, I read Robin Talley’s debut, Lies We Tell Ourselves about two girls who fall in love during the Civil Rights Era, one white and one black. I loved it and so, was beyond excited to have the chance to read What We Left Behind, her sophomore novel. Overall, I like what […]

Leveled by Jay Crownover | Novella Review

Let’s be real, I am forever and always a fangirl of Jay Crownover. I remember experiencing a bit of skepticism when I first cracked open Rule but quickly fell in love and then devoured what was available in her Marked Men series. Crownover closes out the Marked Men books and bridges into a spin off series […]

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 […]

Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley | Book Review

I feel like I saved the best for last when it came to my May reading. I mean, honestly, I did read a lot of books in May and even a few that blew my mind – Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley stands out among the crowd of books I’ve read. First, despite being under […]

Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? After finishing the audiobook of Encore To An Empty Room by Kevin Emerson, I was on an audiobooks high. And lucky me I had Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli all queued up on my phone and ready to go. Apparently Harper Audio practices witchcraft because I […]

More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera | Book Review

There are some books that just leave you feeling breathless and a little bit drained after finishing them. Debut author Adam Silvera has hit me hard in the emotions with his book More Happy Than Not. Talk about a book that packs a punch. Silvera’s debut is heartfelt and honest. It may have a concept that […]