The Seven Torments of Amy and Craig – SPOTLIGHT

Thank you Rockstar Book Tours for including me on this tour! They have the most amazing tours for some seriously awesome books. I don't mean to put any pressure, but you totally should check out their site. If you aren't incredibly excited for this adorable, relatable, and quirky debut novel already, let me introduce you [...]

Some Peculiar Reading Recommendations

Good morning and hello my lovely peculiars! I admit, I nearly jumped out of my skin when Penguin Teen asked me to be a part of their blog tour for their newest peculiar release, A Map Of Days. But, I'm not actually a peculiar, so inside my skin I stayed. For now. Released this week, A [...]

Sadie – Review

"Girls go missing all the time." Life hasn't been good to Sadie. An addict mother. A stutter that makes school a nightmare. Stuck in a small town just trying to stay alive. The only thing she has to love, is her little sister, Mattie. When Mattie is found dead, Sadie's world ends. With no answers from [...]

Baby Teeth – Review

"People told her those were the hardest times, before a child could speak her needs, but for her they were the easiest." Hanna doesn't speak. She doesn't need to. Not with daddy. He understands her in a way no one else does. Not even Mommy. And that's a problem. For Mommy. Except Suzette may be [...]

The 48 – Review

** This review was originally published on teenreads.com. See it HERE ** Is there a better setting for time-traveling assassins than the brutal and tumultuous Tudor court? Absolutely not. Donna Hosie has merged science and historical fiction in her newest novel, THE 48, and the result is one murderously good time. Charlie and Alex are [...]

Crazy Rich Asians – Review

"Can't I go on holiday with my girlfriend without it becoming a diplomatic incident?" Rachel Chu loves her boyfriend. He's charming, intelligent, kind. When he invites her to spend the summer with him in Singapore, meeting his family, she expects, well, nothing. Sure, families are crazy, and Nick's is traditional, but how bad can it [...]

Not Even Bones – Review

** This review was originally published on http://www.teenreads.com, see it HERE ** In her stunning debut novel NOT EVEN BONES, Rebecca Schaeffer transports us to a world that resembles our own in nearly every way. Except for the supernatural creatures, that is. Nita is a good person. She doesn’t kill supernatural creatures. Or sell their [...]

Tuesdays with Jena: Meet Amber

Oh, hello Tuesday. I didn't see you creeping over there... Today, I'm bringing you another fabulous bookstagram account and letting you see the secrets behind the fabulousness!!! And, man, am I excited for this lovely lady! Formerly known as, @amberk1120, give all your cat and coffee (and book) love to Amber, the beauty behind @bookncatsncoffee. [...]

Sleeping Beauties – Review

"The world didn't seem weird then; the world didn't seem like the world at all, but like another place that you had been flipped into." Out of nowhere, women who fall asleep are covered in a cocoon like substance. A gauze that sustains them, protects them, and if broken incites a violence from the sleeping [...]

Westlake Girl – Review

"I could do anything the boys could do. Usually better." Westlake Girl tells the story of Freida Wampler. Growing up in the early 1900's in a small village on the coast, Frieda loved spending endless hours in the water, both on and in. She learned to sail at a young age and was an effortless [...]