Hey guys, Day two of BookTube-a-Thon has arrived and I'm here with an update. Thus, far, I've finished one book in this read-a-thon journey. Yesterday, I completed Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda. I was supervisor excited to dive into this book because the main character is completely different from myself. I have a confession. … Continue reading BookTube-a-Thon: Day Two
.......... You guys, ............. I'M ALIVE. Ha! Of course, I'm alive. But seriously, I finished grad school!! WHAT! If you're a college student, you understand my sentiment. (By sentiment, I mean, SERIOUS struggle.) Needless to say, that's where I've been, slowly trudging along through this thing they call life. That being said, I have still … Continue reading Wherefore Art Thou, Blogger?
Hey guys, 2017 is going to be a great year for the YA genre. There has been so much buzz around this years book releases, I've already been to mark my calendar! These are the titles I'm looking forward to picking up... 1.Caraval by Stephanie Garber Release Date - January 31st I have been hearing … Continue reading Most Anticipated Books of 2017
Hey guys, I didn't realize I had the power of disappearance. I lost track of things for a moment there. I could blame my absence on work, a man, or pure laziness, but I don't think any of those really begin to touch the reasoning. Everyone goes through slumps, so I feel it's important to … Continue reading Back after that random hiatus
Title: Since You've Been Gone Author: Morgan Matson Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers Genre(s): Young Adult Fiction, Contemporary, Romance Number of Pages: 480 pages Price: $9.09 (Paperback) Synopsis: It was Sloane who yanked Emily out of her shell and made life 100% interesting. But right before what should have been the most epic summer, Sloane … Continue reading Since You’ve Been Gone (Review)
Hey guys, I'm so excited that the fall-like weather is starting. I am definitely one of those people early to bring out the Halloween decorations and the fall candles. (I actually already watched Halloween Town this month. I have no shame.) Needless to say, my TBRs will be moving towards more fantasy picks after I … Continue reading September TBR
Hey guys, This month has been hectic. (Do I say that every month?) As much as I am craving fall, wrapping up summer is not a good time. I have certainly been slacking. Thankfully, I was able to get in a few good reads before the month ended. 1. The Assassin Game by Kristy McKay … Continue reading August Wrap-up