If you had to only read one guest post in your life, this is the one I'd recommend, and I'm not just saying this because it's on my blog. (Also, welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Megan Bannen's The Bird and the Blade etc. etc. giveaway etc. please keep reading I promise you … Continue reading Ask Megan: An Advice Column for the Characters in The Bird and the Blade (Blog Tour + Giveaway!)
If this post ends up being too long and there's only one thing you want to take from it, the answer is NO. Now, for the elaboration & nuances to this answer (because the real answer is actually a little more elaborate and not so cut & dry), here's some of the thinking behind it. … Continue reading Should I Add a Wattpad Book to Goodreads?
For this month's If You Liked, I have some May 2018 reading recommendations for you, based on backlist books that you've read & loved! There have been so many awesome releases this month & it was so hard narrowing it down to just 5 books that I'd recommend, but fear not! The rest are sure to … Continue reading If You Liked… #4: May 2018 Releases Edition
4 stars Cookie Vonn's dream is to become the next big fashion designer. But being fat is a cardinal sin in the world of fashion, and Cookie's always being compared to her supermodel mother. And when a trip to New York gone wrong including being deemed too fat to fly and having her once-in-a-lifetime opportunity … Continue reading Fat Girl on a Plane by Kelly deVos (DRC): Not Another Weight-Loss Story
3.5 stars Sloane Sullivan is on her nineteenth persona. Not intentionally, of course, but it's what the United States Marshals Service who run the Witness Security Program, or WITSEC, require. Sloane's almost free--if she can graduate her last few months of high school without any mishaps, they'll let her pursue her life, maybe go to … Continue reading The Disappearance of Sloane Sullivan by Gia Cribbs (ARC): Twists & Turns in the Witness Protection Program
Today I wanted to talk about something super important and that I find very relevant to the current book community, and that is copyright laws & the art you are selling. I'm not that familiar with what leads people to opening shops, but I feel like a lot of the time, bookish merch sellers aren't completely … Continue reading An Open Letter to Bookish Merch Sellers
A couple weeks ago, I came across a conundrum. I had read a book, and there were people of color featured in it, but it felt unequivocally white. There were some characters of color, but they were trussed up in medieval style clothing and medieval culture with lords and ladies and princes, princesses, too-tight corsets, … Continue reading What Qualifies as “Diverse”?
In the aftermath of the Royal Wedding, I saw it fit to make today's recommendation post all about all things royal. From modern contemporary romances including royalty to fantastical royalty, these are novels that are sure to satisfy your romantic cravings and give you a ship that's like when Megan looks at Harry. So, for all … Continue reading Royal Reading Recommendations!
4 stars Rose believes in ghosts. There's one who lives with her--Logan, her dead fifteen year old brother. And maybe it's only her that can see them, but it gives her something to hold onto. But when Jamie, one of her old friends, moves back and reminds her of all the things she has been … Continue reading Invisible Ghosts by Robyn Schneider (DRC): Dead Ghost vs. Cute Boy
4 stars Patrick “Pack” Walsh is happy with how things are. The consistency and predictability of his life is something that is dependable in Pack's life. But when a letter from Pack's supposedly dead mother arrives, everything changes. Pack begins to question everything he knows--from his family to his friends--and he takes on the road … Continue reading Questions I Want to Ask You by Michelle Falkoff (DRC): When the World Turns Upside Down