Y'all, prepare yourself! I was very nervous going into this book because cults scare me. The lack of control, the initiation, the smart people being brought in even when they know better. It's scary. But me not reading a Courtney Summers book was not going to happen so I swept my fears into a corner… Continue reading The Project: I Don’t Know How I’m Still Alive
Welllll....2020 was a fucking mess, but here we are. I think I read during this time mainly to escape the real world for 20-30 minutes at a time. I know lots of people weren't able to read at all and I totally get that. There are definitely times where I was like "what is a… Continue reading Best Books I Read in 2020
Erin Hahn is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. I loved You'd Be Mine and More Than Maybe is an absolute delight. Music, love, podcasts, and IT TAKES PLACE IN MICHIGAN?? What more could I ask for? I wish I had this book growing up because it would have been so great to read… Continue reading More Than Maybe: Music, Love, and Phil
Ok, here we go. I finished Rules of the Road on the morning of Monday, May 10 (at like 1 AM), so this might be the fastest I've written a review after reading a book. But that's whatever. The real question/quandary I've been wondering is if I should have read this book in the first place.
I am so bored. I have no books to review (at least not until I finish them) or the ones I can review can't be released until a later date. Sooooo, that means y'all get a "what in the world am I reading" post! I'm currently reading four books because why not torture myself? and… Continue reading What the Hell am I Reading?
Do I even need to state how much I love a Jane Austen retelling? I LOVE THEM! And Sonali Dev's The Rajes series is one of my favorites. Pride, Prejudice, and Other Flavors was fantastic and when I saw the next book in the series was a Persuasion retelling, I almost died of excitement. And… Continue reading Recipe for Persuasion: Brilliant Jane Austen Retelling
I LOVE a chef romance. Food and love? What's not to like? And maybe it's a little bit of my younger self going to culinary school and wondering what I or my life could have become if I had stuck with it. But beyond that depressing thought, books with chefs or food are almost always… Continue reading A Taste of Sage: I need more chef romances
Since I read Sadie, I've been obsessed with Courtney Summers' writing. Like HOW does she write like this?? I want more of her books AND her writing abilities. So when I saw she was re-releasing her book, Cracked Up to Be and that it was available on NetGalley, I pressed the request button so fast.… Continue reading Cracked Up to Be: Give Me Your Unlikable Female Characters
THIS. BOOK. You will cry and smile and anxious and what more do you want in a book?! I am so thrilled to be included on the blog tour for How to Build A Heart by Maria Padian. I thoroughly enjoyed this book from beginning to end (even when I was crying lol). As you… Continue reading How to Build a Heart by Maria Padian Blog Tour: Review
Do you like to cry? Well, then I have the perfect book for you! OMG this book. I knew what I was getting into after reading the synopsis for The Lucky Ones, but still...the sobs. This deals with an issue that I wish wasn't a problem anymore: school shootings. But it does so in an… Continue reading The Lucky Ones: Excuse Me While I Cry