Wild and Crooked by Leah Thomas: Another Favorite feat. Murder Mystery, Queer Teens, & Rural Towns

If you didn’t know, When Light Left Us was one of my favorite reads of 2018 and it’s such an underrated one. And so, when the opportunity arose to read Wild and Crooked, I totally pounced. BUT Y’ALL. Leah Thomas is not a one-hit-wonder. Even in a fully contemporary setting, she manages to craft a … Continue reading Wild and Crooked by Leah Thomas: Another Favorite feat. Murder Mystery, Queer Teens, & Rural Towns

This Is Not a Love Scene by S.C. Meagale: Had Potential, but Ended Up Being Hurtful

I had been really excited for this book. It sounded fantastic—a girl who loves filmmaking, cute romance, teenage dating! I was really excited. And then I started reading, and there were some things that I was so-so about. So I put it down for about two months, and picked it back up again closer to … Continue reading This Is Not a Love Scene by S.C. Meagale: Had Potential, but Ended Up Being Hurtful

Writer Wednesday: Author Interview with Jessica Pennington on When Summer Ends

I'm so so excited to share an interview about this sweet, summer romance, which I just finished reading earlier this week! Jessica Pennington's sophomore novel, When Summer Ends, follows a summer full of chances and love, and it's such a light & fun read that I'd definitely recommend you pick it up if you want … Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Author Interview with Jessica Pennington on When Summer Ends