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

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Writer Wednesday: Character Interview with Characters from Jennifer Dugan’s Hot Dog Girl (+INTL Giveaway!)

Wow! I have such a fun post to share with you this Wednesday, and Jenn and I had a blast writing up this character interview! One of my absolute favorite parts of Jennifer Dugan's debut, Hot Dog Girl, was how complex Elousie and all the characters were. They're so dynamic and fun, and although they … Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Character Interview with Characters from Jennifer Dugan’s Hot Dog Girl (+INTL Giveaway!)

Writer Wednesday: Author Interview with Swati Teerdhala on The Tiger at Midnight (+INTL Giveaway!)

I am just a bundle of gushiness about this book, and I wish I read it sooner so I could have hyped it up more to y'all BUT OMG IT IS FANTASTIC? I adored reading The Tiger at Midnight this past weekend, especially for the enemies-to-lovers cat-and-mouse games, the sizzling chemistry, and lush world. All … Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Author Interview with Swati Teerdhala on The Tiger at Midnight (+INTL Giveaway!)

An Anatomy of Beasts by Olivia A. Cole: Other Planets, Colonialization, and A Rich New World

I’ve been hyping this book up for myself for over a year, and I can’t believe it’s finally here! I absolutely adored reading A Conspiracy of Stars last year and have been anticipating this sequel for so long, so I’m so so happy that it’s in my hands now! Ahh! (Psst! There are a few … Continue reading An Anatomy of Beasts by Olivia A. Cole: Other Planets, Colonialization, and A Rich New World

Writer W-Friday?!: Author Interview with C.G. Drews (aka PaperFury) on The Boy Who Steals Houses

Cait is a blogging icon--not only is she one of the first bloggers I've ever discovered, but she gives back so much to the community, that I'm absolutely honored to be chatting with her on my blog today! We're talking all about her sophomore novel, The Boy Who Steals Houses, which centers found family, love, … Continue reading Writer W-Friday?!: Author Interview with C.G. Drews (aka PaperFury) on The Boy Who Steals Houses

When Summer Ends by Jessica Pennington: A Light Summer Romance, Great for Fans of Sarah Dessen

4 stars It’s bad news after bad news at the start of summer for Olivia: she’s broken up with her best-friend-turned-boyfriend, her dream internship has unexpectedly closed, and her aunt has just informed her that they’re moving to another state at the end. Aiden, on the other hand, feels free. He quit baseball, despite being … Continue reading When Summer Ends by Jessica Pennington: A Light Summer Romance, Great for Fans of Sarah Dessen

Interview with Emily A. Duncan, Author of Wicked Saints

Today I'm sharing an interview with Emily herself about her bloodthirsty yet elegant debut, Wicked Saints! I admit that when I first heard about Wicked Saints, I got really really excited. And then I squished all that excitement and locked it into a box, because I was scared of the hype giving me too high … Continue reading Interview with Emily A. Duncan, Author of Wicked Saints

Writer Wednesday: Character Interview with Characters from Joan He’s Descendant of the Crane (+INTL Giveaway!)

You all probably know just how much I love this book (this is the third time this week I've posted on my blog about it I LOVE IT THAT MUCH), but today, I have something different and still very exciting for y'all: A character interview with the characters from DESCENDANT OF THE CRANE!!! Don't fret … Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Character Interview with Characters from Joan He’s Descendant of the Crane (+INTL Giveaway!)

Sherwood by Meagan Spooner: A Slower, Gender-Bent Robin Hood Retelling feat. a Surprising Romance

3 stars Robin of Locksley is dead. Marian, his intended, is lost without him and grieving at the news. Yet, she is jolted out of her grief upon the discovery that her maid’s brother, Will, is being hunted by the law. Determined to do what Robin would want, Marian goes out to the woods to … Continue reading Sherwood by Meagan Spooner: A Slower, Gender-Bent Robin Hood Retelling feat. a Surprising Romance