Let it be known, I’m not a massive DC fan. I’ve always been pretty heavily Marvel, though a love of Christian Bale and the amazing storytelling of Wonder Woman have made me a fan of both Batman and Wonder Woman. That being said, when I heard that were going to be YA versions of Batman, Wonder Woman and Catwoman by Marie Lu, Leigh Bardugo and Sarah J. Maas, I was immediately sold.
Kennedy Rhodes turns down an acceptance to an elite private school, instead choosing to stay at her high school and jump at the opportunity to date the boy of her dreams. Three years later, Kennedy walks in on that same boyfriend cheating with her best friend—and wishes she had made a different choice. Continue reading “Book Review: In Some Other Life by Jessica Brody”
It probably doesn’t come as a surprise to you guys that my life has changed since I first started this blog nearly five years ago. I was 24 years old. I was working at Panera Bread. I was in a relationship with someone else. I was writing novels and failing at finishing them. I didn’t always know who I was.
Hello everyone and welcome to my last post before the Ontario Teen Book Fest! I am so excited to share today’s spotlight. I first met Mary last year and she is SO awesome and I’m so glad to see her again this year!
Hello! Welcome, visit once again, buy more about to the Ontario Teen Book Fest blog tour. I am in awe of how long I’ve been a part of this event (this will be my fifth year!) and I’m so insanely grateful to go from attendee to blogger to moderator to author! Continue reading “Ontario Teen Book Fest 2017: Spotlight on Catherine Linka”
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a honest review. This is no way had an effect on my review. Please enjoy!
Continue reading “Book Review: Goodbye Days ARC by Jeff Zentner”