Once Upon A December by Amy E. Reichert | Book Review

Once Upon A December by Amy E. Reichert was the ideal book to kick off my Christmas reading. This book was like a warm cup of tea. It made me feel cozy and so happy while reading it. This is the kind of book I could happily see turning into a Netflix movie. Reichert’s Once Upon […]

Four Young Adult Books I’ve Recently Read

Hello friends! With it being a little colder out, I have been bundling up and reading through my TBR like a fiend. Here are four young adult books which I have very recently read and mostly enjoyed! Finding Her Edge by Jennifer Iacopelli There’s something about sports themed young adult books. I love them even […]

Go Hex Yourself by Jessica Clare | Book Review

Every autumn I gorge myself on seasonally appropriate books. Go Hex Yourself by Jessica Clare is absolutely spooky season appropriate. It took me a little longer than is my typical to get through this book, but by the end I thought it was quite an okay read. I am at the point where I would definitely […]

5 YA Mini Reviews

Another day, another set of mini reviews. This time, here are five mini reviews of young adult books that I’ve recently read. Unfortunately not all were hits, but a few were gems. Shine by Jessica Jung Shine by Jessica Jung is the first of a duology about a Korean American girl who is training to […]

From Bad To Cursed by Lana Harper | Book Review

I love spooky season reading. I think one of my new annual traditions is picking up a book by Lana Harper. From Bad To Cursed is the second book in the Witches of Thistle Grove series. This story was such an excellent way to delve into the season. Although it isn’t set during autumn, it still […]

Mad About You & Every Summer After

Mad About You by Mhairi McFarlane It’s true — I have my heart set on devouring everything Mhairi McFarlane writes. After falling head over heels for Just Last Night, I thought I would enjoy more of her books. Then I picked up Mad About You and it was confirmation that my instincts were correct. And now I […]