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

Latte Nights Obsessions #2

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

Review: Love, Rosie by Cecelia Ahern

Love, Rosie is a book like no other. Written between letters, chat rooms, emails, phone calls and newspaper clippings, it tells the story of friends Alex and Rosie who've known each other since, more or less, being six or seven years old. They were always together, not letting anyone else in their bubble, getting into … Continue reading Review: Love, Rosie by Cecelia Ahern

Release day: In The Beginning There Was Us by Ingrid Jonach

Hi Everyone! We are very excited to announce Ingrid Jonach's newest book here in our blog. We loved her first YA book, and can't wait to read this one soon!   In The Beginning There Was Us By Ingrid Jonach   HEAVEN AND EARTH COULD NOT DIVIDE THEM. What would you do if you were … Continue reading Release day: In The Beginning There Was Us by Ingrid Jonach

{Release Day} Review: Snow White Lies by Sarah J. Pepper

This is Sarah's third book in the Twisted Fairy Tale Confessions, and this was by far my favorite. It tells the story of Nivea 'Snow' White like never before. The Seven dwarves are not like you imagine them to be, and the Huntsman is the deadliest man on Earth, willing to do anything to kill … Continue reading {Release Day} Review: Snow White Lies by Sarah J. Pepper

Review: Existance by Abbi Glines

  I downloaded this book for Kindle because, hey, it was free, it was paranormal romance, and it was from an author I've been curious to read about. Yeah. Here's the thing, I didn't plan on reading this. At least, not yet. I started it because I got really curious about Death. I've read around … Continue reading Review: Existance by Abbi Glines

{Review} The DUFF by Kody Keplinger

The Duff is the kind of book that tackles situations and feelings a lot of teens can relate to, even myself. The book starts off by stating that Bianca, our main character, is the DUFF in her friends circle, but by the end we know that every once in a while, all of us feel … Continue reading {Review} The DUFF by Kody Keplinger