The Memory Book: A Perfect Story I Can Only Read Once | Book Review

Title: The Memory Book Author: Lara Avery Published: July 5th 2016 by Poppy / Hachette Book Group Genre(s): Contemporary, YA Goodreads Synopsis: Sammie was always a girl with a plan: graduate at the top of her class and get out of her small town as soon as humanly possible. Nothing will stand in her way--not … Continue reading The Memory Book: A Perfect Story I Can Only Read Once | Book Review

Book Tag Saturday | Candy Book Tag

Thanks so much to Kate @ meltingpotsandothercalamities for tagging me! (Even though she tagged me like...two months ago. Whoops.) Anyway, I love candy and I'm probably gonna get real hungry while doing this tag, so let's get into it. Apples – Ah. Healthy food. It is deep, meaningful, and probably won a lot of awards but, um, it … Continue reading Book Tag Saturday | Candy Book Tag

10 Reasons Why I (Probably) Won’t Read/Finish A Book

Guess who's back! It's me. My hiatus is officially over. (2 days early! Go me.) And what better way to get back into blogging than by talking about things I hate in books? (Anyway else, probably.) Regardless, let's do this! Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week's … Continue reading 10 Reasons Why I (Probably) Won’t Read/Finish A Book

Book Tag Saturday: The Nintendo Book Tag!

Welcome back to Book Tag Saturday everyone!! Also just a warning: I have the flu and I have eaten nothing but medicine and pop-tarts in the past 2 days so if the things I say in this post make 0 sense, I'm sorry. Anyway, I'd like to thank Nadwa @ Painfully Fictional for tagging me!!  I honestly … Continue reading Book Tag Saturday: The Nintendo Book Tag!

The Animators: Call the Sad Police| Book Review

Title: The Animators Author: Kayla Rae Whitaker Published: January 31st 2017 by Random House Genre: Adult, Contemporary Goodreads Summary: In the male-dominated field of animation, Mel Vaught and Sharon Kisses are a dynamic duo, the friction of their differences driving them: Sharon, quietly ambitious but self-doubting; Mel, brash and unapologetic, always the life of the party. … Continue reading The Animators: Call the Sad Police| Book Review