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 →

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: Goodnight From London

Happy Tuesday Everyone! New review for you today! I've been super into historical fiction this year, and I enjoyed today's book so much that I'll definitely be reading more! Thanks to @bookclubgirl, NetGalley, and HarperCollins Publishers for this free digital copy in exchange for an honest review! 🙂 Rundown When Ruby Sutton, newer writer for The American is... Continue Reading →

Review: Pride

Okay, taking a brief hiatus from haikus and Pokémon Go (yeah, I still play it) to bring you a BOOK post! I honestly couldn’t tell you how many times I sat down to write this post, only to be distracted by haikus, Pokémon Go, guacamole, or the book I’m writing. I’ll just say...I finished reading... Continue Reading →

January Reads 2020

Hello book lovers, and happy new year! I love the start of each new year. Fresh goals, fresh intentions...a fresh start, really. As so many do, each new year I set goals for myself and this year, a few of them center around reading and writing: Read 40 new books--the focus is on books I... Continue Reading →

October Reads

Hey all! Long time no write. Grad school and student teaching got the better of me last month and I have basically only had the energy to procrastinate and watch The Office...but here we are. Somehow, I managed to read all of the books I planned to read in September but thought it might be wise... Continue Reading →

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