How to Make a Wish by Ashley Herring Blake [Review]: A Thank You Letter

"...that's the funny thing about wishes—only when one comes tru do you realize the full scope of that wish. What you really wanted. The beauty of it.  The complexity. The cost." My tbr has been steadily taken over by #ownvoices reads and I honestly can’t complain.  When I got approved on Netgalley for this novel … Continue reading How to Make a Wish by Ashley Herring Blake [Review]: A Thank You Letter

{Release Blitz} When Stars Collide by Micalea Smeltzer

  Title: When Stars Collide Series: Light in the Dark #2  Author: Micalea Smeltzer Genre: New Adult  Release Date: August 30, 2016   Review When Stars Collide will have been the... eighth book, I think, that I've read by Micalea Smeltzer and I love how each one can surprise you with the unexpected. We've all … Continue reading {Release Blitz} When Stars Collide by Micalea Smeltzer

Review: Captive Prince by C.S. Pacat

I would like to start this by giving the caution that this book is not for the innocent of mind, anyone squeamish of LGBT, or simply doesn't like it. After seeing this book a thousand times in my Instagram feed and on a bookstore I went to for a book event, I gave up and … Continue reading Review: Captive Prince by C.S. Pacat

Adulthood is a Myth [Review]: SUPER RELATABLE Comic Strips

My Review: This book takes the cake for being THE MOST relatable book about adulthood ever. I’m a 20 something adult who still refers to herself as a teen and honestly doesn’t have her life 100% figured out. Sarah Andersen encapsulates those feeling into quirky and fun comic strips that you just can’t help but … Continue reading Adulthood is a Myth [Review]: SUPER RELATABLE Comic Strips

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 … Continue reading Review: The Sound of Us by Julie Hammerle

{Release day} The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman

The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman captures all the things I like to find in a book: a good mystery, action, books, and a hint of romance. From the beginning, I connected with the main character, Irene, who's a Librarian. Except her job is much more complicated than how it sounds. She is a spy … Continue reading {Release day} The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman

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 … Continue reading Review: Beastly Bones by William Ritter

Review: Manga Classics: Emma by Stacy King, Jane Austen, Crystal Chan, & Po Tse

I am an uncultured swine (Pixar's Toy Story) because I haven't read a single one of Jane Austen's books. I have two in physical and the rest in ebook, but I just haven't gotten myself to it. I struggle most of the time with classics because of how heavy the reading might feel, even if … Continue reading Review: Manga Classics: Emma by Stacy King, Jane Austen, Crystal Chan, & Po Tse

{Blog Tour} The Yearbook by Carol Masciola

The Yearbook by Carol Masciola Publisher: Merit Press Release Date: October 2015 Genre: Historical Fiction, Time Travel, Young Adult, Romance, Contemporary Synopsis: Misfit teen Lola Lundy has every right to her anger and her misery. She’s failing in school, living in a group home, and social workers keep watching her like hawks, waiting for her to … Continue reading {Blog Tour} The Yearbook by Carol Masciola

Blog Tour: Max the Brave by Ed Vere

Review:  Max the Brave was a completely adorable, creative, and entertaining book as we see this small but cute kitten on the search for a mouse. The color diversity from each of its pages and drawings of many animals is visually satisfying, ranging from a Rabbit, an Elephant, a MONSTER, and many more. We see … Continue reading Blog Tour: Max the Brave by Ed Vere