The Vanishing Half

If you haven’t heard about The Vanishing Half, then I have to wonder if you pay attention to the reading trends. I’m kidding… kind of. This book has been shared and spread and talked about for months. I can’t go to a media outlet that covers books and not see it. I even saw itContinue reading “The Vanishing Half”

The Mighty Heart of Sunny St. James

I don’t read many middle grade novels, but if they are anything like this one by Ashley Herring Blake, I need to start picking them up. This is a story about Sunny St. James, a twelve year old girl living on an island off the coast of North Carolina, and we start the story withContinue reading “The Mighty Heart of Sunny St. James”

Love, Unscripted

It isn’t very often that we have a main character who is a male and also a hopeless romantic. Nick’s that. He wants that Hollywood romance, a love to shine amongst the stars, to be envied by others, to fulfill his every lovey-dovey fantasy. But his girlfriend just broke up with him, he has noContinue reading “Love, Unscripted”

Would Like To Meet

This was a cute story about a young woman trying to prove to her jerk of a client that love exists and it can happen in a meet cute. I really enjoyed this story, a lot actually. Rachel Winters clearly knows how a true romantic comedy is done. I found myself eagerly waiting to findContinue reading “Would Like To Meet”

Contemporary-a-thon

I don’t know about all of you, but I really enjoy booktube. For those of you who don’t know what that is, it is the bookish world of YouTube where people make videos all about books. Books they’re excited about, books they’ve read, books they’ve DNF’d (did not finish), new books they’ve gotten and booksContinue reading “Contemporary-a-thon”

Enter The Aardvark

I present to you the next big Love It or Leave It book. Because this one is gonna be divisive. This review is not going to make a lot of sense so sorry about that up front. Ok how do I talk about this book? For starters, this is a 4.5 and I barely knowContinue reading “Enter The Aardvark”

Undead Girl Gang

Let’s start spooky season off with a bang and talk about one of my favorite books, Undead Girl Gang. This was my first Lily Anderson book and I read it in one day. I actually read it on one of my favorite days of my life so like… this is serious love. This is aContinue reading “Undead Girl Gang”

Permanent Record

This was a great little peak into what it’s like to be a young adult, totally in over your head with being an Adult and falling in love while feeling like you don’t deserve any of it. Pablo’s story is all too relatable. Not knowing what you want to do with the Rest Of YourContinue reading “Permanent Record”

Girls On The Verge

This book takes a serious topic head on and does not let you get away with ignorance. This book is so short and so to the point that you would think there‚Äôs no character development, but there is. There is a complex weave of emotions, beliefs, morals, hopes and dreams, societal expectations, and self preservation.Continue reading “Girls On The Verge”

Girl Made Of Stars

This crushed me, this released me, this absolutely broke my heart and started to stitch it back together. There are so many great things about this story, so many great quotes that will stay with me forever… this book is so important. Mara and Owen are twins and best friends. His girlfriend, is her bestContinue reading “Girl Made Of Stars”