Loveless by Alice Oseman | Book Review

Alice Oseman’s Loveless follows Georgia who is about to go to college with her best friends Pip and Jason and learns she is aroace.

Creep by Eireann Corrigan | Book Review

Sometimes while reading, I like to be creeped out. So it seems like a book entitled Creep should do the trick. Unfortunately, Eireann Corrigan’s Creep fell rather short of expectations for me. In theory, this should have been an enthralling thriller. However, I struggled to stay engaged while reading this book. Creep by Eireann Corrigan is a […]

Things We Couldn’t Say by Jay Coles | Book Review

Things We Couldn’t Say by Jay Coles is a fantastic follow up to Tyler Johnson Was Here. If you are looking for a book that is a thoughtful character study of the inner world of a bisexual Black boy, this is THE book for you. I found myself so impressed and frankly bowled over by some […]

The Bridge From Me To You by Lisa Schroeder | Book Review

I get onto these kicks where I just want to read from one genre and that’s it, because the genre is really working for me. Lately, that genre has been young adult contemporary. The Bridge From Me To You by Lisa Schroeder is a YA contemporary book that has been on my shelf for years. Now […]

The Wonder Of Us by Kim Culbertson | Book Review

The Wonder Of Us by Kim Culbertson is a book that I am glad I eventually picked up. There’s a couple factors that it hits that really appeal to me — friendship and international travel. I loved that it explored a complicated friendship between two girls and how they eventually worked their issues out. This […]

Rise To The Sun by Leah Johnson | Book Review

Reading Rise To The Sun by Leah Johnson is an experience. You can practically feel the Farmland music festival as you read this book. And let me tell you, Rise To The Sun was a perfect read when it has been over a year with no concerts. I love that Johnson gave me a little bit of that […]