Symptoms of a Heartbreak by Sona Charaipotra: A Bookish Playlist Guest Post & My Review of This Unique RomCom!

There's so much awesomeness in this post today (mostly because I have the wonderful Sona Charaipotra guest posting!) and I'm so excited to share it all with you! I don't want to keep you for too long, but we have a bookish playlist, my review, and tons of gushing about this YA solo debut romcom! … Continue reading Symptoms of a Heartbreak by Sona Charaipotra: A Bookish Playlist Guest Post & My Review of This Unique RomCom!

If You Liked . . . #17: A YA Contemporary Extravaganza!

Hi friends! I've been a little MIA, which most of you probably don't notice if you only read my blog, but I've been feeling a little out of it! Distracted, feeling a little listless, and whatnot. Anyways, these If You Liked . . . posts are like, the single constant in my life, so you're … Continue reading If You Liked . . . #17: A YA Contemporary Extravaganza!

Writer Wednesday: Five Rules of a Lauren Morrill Book: A Guest Post by Lauren (+Giveaway!)

If you thought "9AM passed, there's not going to be a Writer Wednesday today," well . . . AWW. That's so nice of you for even remembering/keeping up with my all-over-the-place posting schedule!Surprise! Today's Writer Wednesday might be a little late, but it's still Wednesday where I live, and we're gonna have a lot of … Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Five Rules of a Lauren Morrill Book: A Guest Post by Lauren (+Giveaway!)

Writer Wednesday: Author Interview with Natalie Williamson on Rules We’re Meant to Break (+Giveaway!)

Hi friends! Today I'm really excited to share with y'all an interview with Natalie Williamson, author of Rules We're Meant to Break. Rules We're Meant to Break is a contemporary romance that mixes family drama (ooh), falling in love (ahh), and ~getting attached~ (whoa) all in one! I'm honestly really excited because what's more exciting … Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Author Interview with Natalie Williamson on Rules We’re Meant to Break (+Giveaway!)

Stronger Than a Bronze Dragon by Mary Fan & Five Similar Fantasies You’ll Want to Pick Up!

It's a two-in-one kind of day, and not only do I have my review of Mary Fan's Stronger Than a Bronze Dragon (out today!) but also I have five similar fantasy recommendations for y'all! If I had to describe Stronger Than a Bronze Dragon, I'd say Historical-set adventure with fantasy/steampunk elements. And so, I have … Continue reading Stronger Than a Bronze Dragon by Mary Fan & Five Similar Fantasies You’ll Want to Pick Up!

Double Enemies-to-Lovers Romance Reviews: I Wanna Be Where You Are + Tell Me How You Really Feel

I might start doing more double reviews, because I feel bad about bombarding you with so many posts (also, I couldn't figure out how to turn either of these headers into horizontals, so it was easier to smoosh them together, ha!). Today's theme is all about diverse enemies-to-lovers romances, and I have two to share … Continue reading Double Enemies-to-Lovers Romance Reviews: I Wanna Be Where You Are + Tell Me How You Really Feel

Writer Wednesday: Five Reasons Why Eli Greene Is the Absolute Worst by Chloe Pierce aka Kristina Forest (+INTL Giveaway!)

If I had to pick the cutest Writer Wednesday post of the year, this would be it. I Wanna Be Where You Are is one of my favorite reads of 2019. It was such a precious and fun reading experience, and totally made my day with its light and fluffy story and adorable couple. (See … Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Five Reasons Why Eli Greene Is the Absolute Worst by Chloe Pierce aka Kristina Forest (+INTL Giveaway!)

The Beholder by Anna Bright: Great Story, Nonsensical Worldbuilding

I knew two things going into this: That it was inspired by the Odyssey, and that it was about a girl who crossed an ocean. I knew a little more, obviously, but those were the main defining features of The Beholder to me, pre-reading. After-reading, however, I feel like I’m being pulled apart in two … Continue reading The Beholder by Anna Bright: Great Story, Nonsensical Worldbuilding