Feminism alert!! If you couldn't tell, I love a book with feminism as it's theme especially when it's a YA book. I will forever be amazed at what teenagers know these days when it comes to feminism. I was still covered in internalized misogyny and they are talking about intersectionality and toxic masculinity. I LOVE… Continue reading Rules for Being a Girl: Fight the Douchebags
Oh lord, this book! It is absolutely lovely but you will need half a box of tissues at least. The story is split into two perspectives. Two women with juxtaposing lives. One starts out happy and the other begins sad, but that soon changes for the both of them. This book is exactly what I… Continue reading The Wisdom of Sally Red Shoes: Living Beyond Grief
As soon as I saw the title of this book, I was pretty much sold. I'm kind of upset I didn't think of it before and name my blog that lol. But it's not just the title or the cover that makes this book great, it's the stories inside. Let's get to the review! Synopsis… Continue reading Mini Book Review — Chronicles of a Radical Hag: Can I Have a Tissue Please?
I'll be honest, when I first started reading Talk to Me, I did not expect to like it. A privileged white news anchor who verbally attacks a woman and then must suffer the consequences does not make for a sympathetic character. That being said, because the book is split between the point of view of… Continue reading Talk To Me: Don’t Let Life Pass You By
Florence Nightingale solves crimes. Do I need to say more?? That is exactly what this book and this series is about. Once again, because I never check anything beforehand, this is the second book in the series and I haven't read the first one. Is this the third or fourth time this has happened? I… Continue reading A Murderous Malady: Florence Nightingale Solving Crimes!
Pirates, mermaids, and myths, oh my! I don't think I've read a book about pirates since Treasure Island but I had heard some great things about The Isle of Gold and the cover is GORGEOUS, so I decided to give it a shot. I was not disappointed! Merrin Smith is a bit of a badass even though… Continue reading The Isle of Gold: Myths Come to Life
Cakes and magic!! Do I need to say more? Ok, I probably do. The Confectioner's Guild is just the first in a new series by Claire Luana featuring Wren Confectioner. Who has a better name than that? No. One. There is magic and desserts and conspiracy and murder and friendship and romance. It's so good… Continue reading The Confectioner’s Guild: Magic, Murder, and Desserts!
Hello, bookworms! I was lucky enough to be included in the Digital Reads Blog Tour for The Weeping Books of Binney Lane by Drea Damara. It's a book about books! Check it out! Blurb: Welcome to Blinney Lane, a historical Salem shopping district controlled by a witch's curse. Sarah Allister just wants a normal life… Continue reading The Weeping Books of Blinney Lane Blog Tour: Excerpt
This. Book. Ruined. Me. There is really no other way to put it. The Girl He Used To Know hit me in all my sensitive spots. Annika felt very familiar to me, Jonathan was lovely, and this whole book was a widely emotional ride. One final thing before we get to the review, make sure… Continue reading The Girl He Used To Know: Punching Me In The Gut Would Hurt Less
AHHHH! Sadie is out today! And because I was lucky enough to read a free ARC of this incredible book to review, I was emailed some of the info for the blog tour! Check out this amazing interview with the lovely Courtney Summers. Did you experience more difficulty writing one or the other, or did… Continue reading Sadie: Q&A with Courtney Summers