Tomboy by Liz Prince | Graphic Memoir Review

I read Tomboy: A Graphic Memoir by Liz Prince because I am such a huge fan of graphic novel memoirs. I used to really be into reading memoirs, but don’t seem to have the time for them anymore, and so graphic novels are a nice way to be able to fit them in. Furthermore, I like it when books deal with things like gender constructs and society’s expectations of people. So, the subject matter of Prince’s memoir seemed really interesting. It sounded like a smart and thoughtful graphic memoir.

Daisy to the Rescue: True Stories of Daring Dogs, Paramedic Parrots, and Other Animal Heroes by Jeff Campbell | Book Review + #Giveaway

Why Did I Read This Book? Let it be known that I am such a sucker for animal stories, especially when the point of the story is not the animal dying. I initially became interested in Daisy To The Rescue: True Stories of Daring Dogs, Paramedic Parrots, and Other Animal Heroes by Jeff Campbell based on the cover, […]

Zac And Mia by AJ Betts | Book Review

When Zac And Mia by AJ Betts came across my radar, I was immediately excited because it is an Aussie addition to the cancer lit genre and I was curious to see how the book would turn out.

Mortal Heart by Robin LaFevers | Book Review

Mortal Heart by Robin LaFevers is EVERYTHING. This book is magical. This book is romantic. This book is history. This book is character development. This book is brave. This book is fierce. This book is emotions. This book is everything I could have asked for when it comes to a conclusion for LaFevers’ His Fair […]

Wildthorn by Jane Eagland | Book Review

I am very embarrassed to admit that an ARC of Wildthorn has been sitting in my house unread since 2010. I think most normal bloggers take review copies that have been on their pile that long and cull them because if you aren’t interested enough to read the book within four years of receiving it, what’s […]

Greenglass House by Kate Milford | Book Review

I love that Kate Milford’s books trust that children will be intelligent. I love that they are complex stories with interesting characters and themes. Greenglass House by Kate Milford is a wintery read with quite the mystery to unravel and a rather fascinating cast of characters. Milo is looking forward to vacation and some time alone […]