The Witch Haven by Sasha Peyton Smith | Book Review

The Witch Haven by Sasha Peyton Smith has kicked off a bountiful season of books featuring witches. If this book is any indication to go by, then I have some great reading ahead of me. As it turns out, I really, really enjoyed The Witch Haven. This book nearly had it all for me. Suffice to say, […]

The Nemesis by SJ Kincaid | Book Review

Another day another series finished. The Nemesis is the final book in SJ Kincaid’s Diabolic series and what a closer it is. I think that if you are looking for a science fiction series that explores politics and humanity but is also kind of brutal, you should be reading this series by SJ Kincaid. Personally, I appreciate […]

We Are The Wildcats by Siobhan Vivian | Book Review

We Are The Wildcats by Siobhan Vivian has sports, friendship, and bonding. These elements adding up to a book that I loved reading. I love that Siobhan Vivian’s books tend to have feminist messages below the surface. As with the author’s previous books that I’ve read, I found this was another story that really resonated […]

We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This by Rachel Lynn Solomon | Book Review

I love trying new to me contemporary YA authors. Even more than that? I love when it works out and I absolutely adore what I just read. We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This by Rachel Lynn Solomon is a solid story about conceptualizing love as a performance and how that can negatively impact one’s relationships. I […]

Of Princes and Promises by Sandhya Menon | Book Review

I just love reading books by Sandhya Menon. I feel lucky in that this year there’s two books out from her – one that is adult contemporary romance under a pen name and the second St. Rosetta’s Academy book. Of Princes And Promises is a retelling of The Frog Prince but with a slight twist. Menon’s […]

The Way I Used To Be by Amber Smith | Book Review

The Way I Used To Be by Amber Smith is a hard hitting, emotional contemporary young adult book. I kick myself a little bit for how long it has sat on my shelf, because although it was a difficult read, it was excellent. As it turns out, I ended up picking up this book after […]