Jul 08
Spanish Lessons (Study Abroad #1) by Jessica Peterson: Review+Author Excerpt+Giveaway!

Spanish Lessons (Study Abroad #1) by Jessica Peterson: Review+Author Excerpt+Giveaway!

Review: Ever since I saw the Lizzie McGuire Movie (probably), I’ve dreamed of being an exchange student and visit Europe. Vivian is given this opportunity as she gets to study one semester in Spain with her best friend, as well as other students from her college in the USA. However, Vivian is there to study Economics while her heart beats… Read more »

Jul 07
{Sportlight} Defending Taylor by Miranda Kenneally: Excerpt and Giveaway!

{Sportlight} Defending Taylor by Miranda Kenneally: Excerpt and Giveaway!

Defending Taylor By Miranda Kenneally July 5, 2016; Tradepaper, ISBN 9781492630081 Book Info: Title: Defending Taylor Author: Miranda Kenneally Release Date: July 5, 2016 Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire   Praise for Defending Taylor  “I can’t quite put my finger on what is so enthralling about Kenneally’s newest novel, but it totally sucked me in. I loved that Kenneally didn’t go with… Read more »

Jun 21
Review: The Sound of Us by Julie Hammerle

Review: The Sound of Us by Julie Hammerle

I didn’t finish this book, not because it was bad, but because it wasn’t for me. This book was full of unnecessary high school petty drama, which I don’t stand. The book started off with a very impressive promise of musical competition for a limited set of scholarships with our main character being one of the participants of a summer… Read more »

Jun 08
Review: Back to the Future (Back to the Future Untold Tales and Alternate Timelines #1) by Various Authors/Artists

Review: Back to the Future (Back to the Future Untold Tales and Alternate Timelines #1) by Various Authors/Artists

Since I was a kid, I’ve loved the Back to the Future Trilogy and would watch it constantly. This comic was a welcome addition to that obsession where readers are able to read a series of short stories surrounding the movie trilogy. I loved the art in each short story, each one being a different style to more detailed or… Read more »

May 29
Review: Beastly Bones by William Ritter

Review: Beastly Bones by William Ritter

Once again William Ritter hands a story equal parts interesting and original, with extraordinary plot elements and characters that jump off the page. The enigmatic and eccentric detective Jackaby and assistant Abigail Rook embark on a journey outside of the city of New Fiddleham, and into the country for one of Abigail’s passions: archeology. Only this time it isn’t just… Read more »