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What I’m Currently Reading

I was at Barnes & Noble the other day (Crazy, I know. Since when do I have time to read!?) in search of a new fiction novel to dive into. I don’t think I’ve genuinely enjoyed a fiction novel for a very long time.  I usually tend to stick to nonfiction memoirs/ self-help books as they feel more…

Extraordinary Means Tag by Robyn Schneider

I saw The Beginning Of Everything author Robyn Schneider do this tag yesterday on her YouTube Channel, and I wanted to do it myself because the questions are so fun. Watch Robyn’s video here, and read my answers below! I would give up the internet for a month for a signed first edition of this…

The Walls Around Us by Nova Ren Suma

If you’re anything like me, first thing you’ll notice about this book is the all-consuming way that Nova Ren Suma writes. You’ll be completely drawn into the story line and the characters by the end of the first chapter even though you’ll have absolutely no idea what is going on. I’m attributing this to the fact that it’s written very stream…

Book Review: I’ll Give You The Sun

When I finished the final words of I’ll Give You The Sun and flipped that last page closed, I glanced at my iPhone for the time and realized that it had become 1:30am without me even realizing that it was past midnight. So I’m pretty sure you can tell where this book review is going… There’s the…

Book Review: Will Grayson, Will Grayson

This post is basically just a love letter to Will Grayson, Will Grayson, because I could not find a single flaw with it. What really set this book apart for me was that it didn’t feel like I was reading a book. You know how sometimes you are consciously thinking about how it is a fictionalized…

9 Books To Read In March

Okay so this was going to be a ’10 Books To Read In March,’ list, but the symmetry of the layout was really being thrown off by book #10 so I kicked it to the curb. My apologies, book #10. Anyways, from the ever-so-talked about new thriller to a story told from the viewpoint of…

Book Review: Landline by Rainbow Rowell

If you haven’t jumped on the Rainbow Rowell train, you need to book a ticket and grab a seat in a sleeper car with the nice pillows and the bedside table mints because you will on board for a while.. Landline is Rowell’s latest release, and I finally got around to reading it after unwrapping it…

February Reading List

You know when you just have so many books you want to read that you just get stressed out and read none of them? In fear that you might choose the wrong book for what you want to read at the moment and you won’t give that book a proper chance? Welp. That’s me right…

Book Review: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

To be completely honest, I wanted to buy this book for months simply because the cover is so gorgeous. Question: Have you ever seen a more beautiful cover? Answer: No you have not. I always judge YA books by the first page. In the first page, you can generally gauge the style of writing and…