Review: Secrets of Camp Whatever: Vol. 1

Thanks to NetGalley, Oni Press, and Chris Grine for this advanced digital copy in exchange for an honest review. This one is available 3/2/21! Rundown: In the first volume of Chris Grine's Secrets of Camp Whatever, Willow doesn't want to live in her new town of Nowhere, and she really doesn't want go to her... Continue Reading →

Review: Better Luck Next Time

Thanks to NetGalley, William Morrow, and Book Club Girl for gifting me this advance copy in exchange for an honest review! 😊 This book is available now! In Julia Claiborne Johnson's Better Luck Next Time, when an unknown (until the end) person brings Ward (now an old man) a group photo from his past, Ward... Continue Reading →

That’s a Wrap, 2020

Here we are, on the last day of the year that has felt like 20. I'm so worn out that I don't even know what to say about this year that hasn't already been said, except starting a new year has never felt so weird or needed. This year, I read about 116 books and... Continue Reading →

Review: City of the Plague God

Thanks to NetGalley and Disney Publishing Worldwide for this free digital copy in exchange for an honest review! City of the Plague God is available 1/12/21! 🙂 In Sarwat Chadda's City of the Plague God, all 13-year old Sik wants is to lead his normal life of going to school and working in his family's deli.... Continue Reading →

Review: The Storm Runner

Happy Tuesday! It's Day 2 of my "Rick Riordan Presents" review week! Today's focus: The Storm Runner by J.C. Cervantes. This is the first of three books in the series--I don't know if there will be any more, but I hope so! 13-year old Zane Obispo lives in New Mexico with his mother, uncle, dog,... Continue Reading →

Review: One for the Money

Thanks to NetGalley and Boomerang Books for this free digital copy in exchange for an honest review. My brain feels like it is in so many different places, but I'm glad to finally be focusing enough to get this review out! In One For the Money, D.B. Borton’s first book in her Cat Caliban series,... Continue Reading →

Review: Welcome to Wine

Thanks to NetGalley and The Experiment for this free advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Welcome to Wine, written and illustrated by Madelyne Meyer is a lovely crash course in everything wine. From tastings to pairings, to the making of wine and wine regions, this book has a little of everything for both... Continue Reading →

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