"All the facts in history books couldn’t prepare someone for standing in a place where history was present tense". It's going to be easier for me to just jot down what I loved about this book that try and elaborate an essay so here we go: This book definitely falls on the heavier, darker side … Continue reading The Girl with the Red Balloon by Katherine Locke Review: A New Favorite Series!
I don’t consider myself a big fan of summer contemporaries simply because I live on an island where it's practically summer every single day. I always find them cliche and predictable, especially with the whole tourist aspect which I hate. If Birds Fly Back is the complete and total opposite of what I just described. … Continue reading If Birds Fly Back by Carlie Sorosiak ARC Review: A Contemporary Worth Remembering.
My Review: Lucky in Love brings the the trademark Kasie West romance with a new premise: What if you won the lottery? How do you stay true to yourself in the midst of all those new changes? I’ve got to say that I really enjoyed this book. I read it all in one sitting. Maddie’s … Continue reading Blog Tour: Lucky in Love by Kasie West: What’s Luck Have to Do With It? + Giveaway!
I went into this not knowing it was actually a short novella but it was exactly what I need after all the long reads I've had lately. The story revolves around jaded exes, Nick and Justin, who've been separated for three months now and are trying to deal with ending a 9 year relationship so … Continue reading Foundations Weak and Strong: ARC mini review!
"...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
Cam's Thoughts: “It wasn’t enlightenment to live like you had no history and no consequences. The world wasn’t just made out of instants‒it was made out of plans, too, and the ability to learn from your mistakes” I’m a huge fan of cute contemporary YA novels but I don't pick them up very often. The … Continue reading Noteworthy by Riley Redgate [Reviews]: A Musical Journey to Self Discovery
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
I thought that when I read this book that I'd feel sympathetic towards Queen Levana, maybe have some pity, like her more, but I only managed to detest her, but also love her more as a villain. Talk about evil! I read this book a year after Cinder, so I didn't remember much of what … Continue reading Review: Fairest by Marissa Meyer
Let's Discuss! (Totally copied that from Marianne lol) *The following post about names is not intended to offend anyone that goes by that name. These are all just typical character names and how they are used in many fiction books and stories* I am a writer. I love to make up stories of all kinds even if I don't … Continue reading Cliché Names in Literature
Latte Nights Obsessions Latte Nights Obsessions is all about sharing your obsessions of the week, whether they are books, TV shows, movies, music, even candy or food and mugs and toys! If you want to find out more about Latte Nights Obsessions please visit the official launch page! Both of us are friends with Gen, the … Continue reading Latte Nights Obsessions #2