Another successful reading month! Very ARC heavy but I’m all for it. I love getting the opportunity to read and review books for NetGalley.
Tag Archives: ya lit
Two Book Tuesday
One good, one not so good. Everybody loves some variety, right?
When Summer Ends – Book Review
I love me a good summer romance. There’s a reason Sarah Dessen is of my favorite authors—she’s the queen of the summer romance! There are few things you can screw up when it comes to summer themed books, especially ones that take place in small tourist towns. Despite having all the potential in the world, WhenContinue reading “When Summer Ends – Book Review”
Road Trip Book Reviews
It wasn’t until I started writing this that I realized both of these books in my review technically take place on the road. Sure, one is about music stars on a summer tour and the other is about traveling around Texas and it’s borders for an abortion. But they have one more thing in common—fiveContinue reading “Road Trip Book Reviews”
Upcoming Reads by Black Authors
As Black History Month comes to a close, I thought I would highlight some books coming out later this year, all by black authors.
A Danger to Herself and Others – Review
Title: A Danger to Herself and Others Author: Alyssa Sheinmel Genre: Contemporary Category: Young Adult Ratings: ♥♥♥♥
What’s in My Bookshelf Tag
I saw this on Youtube by chelseadollingreads and thought it would be fun! And I may have stolen some of her answers….
End of the Year Book Survey 2018
I found this End of Year Reading Survey over at Pages and Pugs and thought this would be fun!
My Most Anticipated Reads of 2019
My most anticipated reads of 2019! These are books from some of my favorite authors, some auto-buy authors, who happen to have books coming out next year. Some are sophomore authors who had really strong debuts and others are some old favorites. Now this is mainly for the first half of the year. Maybe I’llContinue reading “My Most Anticipated Reads of 2019”
YA Winter Short Stories
During the month of December, all I want is some good Christmas feels—I’m listening to Christmas music as I’m writing this post. What’s better than some wintery short stories, bringing you just the right amount of cozy goodness? Here are some favorites.