Blog Tour: The Heir and the Spare by Emily Albright

The Heir and the Spare by Emily Albright Publisher: Merit Press Release Date: January 18th 2016 Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Chick Lit, British Literature, New Adult Rate:  4 stars      Synopsis:           Family can be complicated. Especially when skeletons from the past pop up unexpectedly. For American Evie Gray, finding … Continue reading Blog Tour: The Heir and the Spare by Emily Albright

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

Review: Take a Chance by Micalea Smeltzer

Marianne's Review: As the title suggests, one must definitely take a chance with this series… It will really pay off for you. This is the last book of the Willow Creek series, and Micalea Smeltzer wrote it in such an honest, refreshing, romantic, hilarious, and overall amazing way. I really loved the protagonist for this book. … Continue reading Review: Take a Chance by Micalea Smeltzer

Cliché Names in Literature

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

Joint Review: Paper Towns by John Green

Marianne's Review I've read John's most popular books: Looking for Alaska & The Fault in Our Stars  and loved them both immensely. I thought with this book, "hey, it's John Green OF COURSE I'm going to love it". Boy was I wrong. What I've come to realise with John Green books (after reading two of his books, … Continue reading Joint Review: Paper Towns by John Green

Review: Emmy & Oliver by Robin Benway

I absolutely loved this book from the very first sentence I read of it. My friend Gen from Latte Night Reviews was reading when she sent me a few messages where she was fangirling A LOT. As curiosity would have it, I thought of giving it a try. Best decision made. Emmy was an awesome character … Continue reading Review: Emmy & Oliver by Robin Benway

Review: YOLO Juliet by William Shakespeare, Brett Wright

First off, I am a Romeo and Juliet hater of high scale. Having said that, I absolutely loved this very contemporary adaptation of a play I read in seventh grade for fun that took me at least two months to read. This was mostly because I fell asleep every three pages and had to go … Continue reading Review: YOLO Juliet by William Shakespeare, Brett Wright