Before I Fall

Any time there’s a movie coming out that’s based off of a novel, I instantly want to read the novel just so I can go see the movie and compare. So I just finished reading Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver. Holy smokes! I didn’t think I’d love it as much as I did. She really Read More …

Busy, Busy, Busy

Just wanted to take a minute to explain why I’ve been MIA lately. I’ve been reading all of Colleen Hoover’s books. I’m in love. I think I’ve already done a blog post on her, so I won’t bore you with repetitiveness. I’ll just say that if you haven’t read all of her books… and I Read More …

Give Up the Ghost

I recently read Give Up the Ghost by Megan Crewe. I had no idea what it was going to be about, but I was in between books so I gave it a shot. It was… different. It took me a few days to get through it because it didn’t leave me on the edge of Read More …

Unraveling You

I love Jessica Sorensen. Unraveling You is a four-book series and was the second series of Jessica’s that I’ve read and I’ll, for sure, be reading more. She has a way of bringing out complex emotions through her writing that is both intoxicating and unparalleled. Lyric Scott is a bright and happy teenager, with parents who Read More …

Royal

My recent read was Royal by Winter Renshaw. Let me just start by saying that I absolutely love the name Royal. And I loved the character as well. Royal is a foster child who becomes an honorary member of the Rosewoods when he becomes best friends with Demi’s brother. Demi and Royal grow up together, Read More …

UPDATES

Exciting news! I’ve been working almost non-stop for the past couple weeks to update and edit all three of my novels and I’m glad to say I’ve finally finished. And C-Vac even got a new cover, which I am absolutely in love with (Thanks Molly Phipps)! The storylines in all three books are the same, but the writing Read More …

The 5th Wave

I hated Rick Yancey’s The 5th Wave. There. I said it. I know it’s a major motion picture and I know that people in the YA world gush over it. But I don’t care; I’m not one of them. I hated it. I guess hate might be too strong of a word, seeing as how Read More …

All of the Fringe

The Fringe series was one of my favorites, so I’d highly recommend it. It’s a page-turner for sure! Tarah Benner does an amazing job at creating a unique world with great attention to detail, but without lengthy, drawn-out text. Harper Riley, the female protagonist, is a strong and intelligent character. She is exactly the type Read More …

Wasted Words

I just finished Wasted Words by Staci Hart. I’d give it three out of five stars; great read, but I could have used a bit more conflict. I loved the idea of the bar, appropriately named Wasted Words, where they combined a book store, coffee shop, comic book store, and bar, all into one. That’s pretty Read More …