Science Based Children’s Books; NetGalley Approval Screams

AHHHHH!!! Okay, I know it's a bit ridiculous to be this excited over one silly little book, but I just had to take a moment to shout about the fact that I was APPROVED for There Was a Black Hole that Swallowed the Universe by Chris Ferrie and illustrated by Susan Batori! I wanted this book desperately…

Fifty Shades of Grey [E. L. James]

"Please don't hit me," I whisper, pleading. I think the absolute funniest--and subsequently most depressing--thing about fans of Fifty Shades of Grey by E. L. James is that so many of them make the baseless and uneducated claim that it doesn't promote abuse. And I think that says a lot more about society and it's woeful lack…

The Next to Last Mistake [Amalie Jahn]; 2019 YA Releases

And the truth about The Next to Last Mistake by Amalie Jahn is that I'm probably not going to bother reading it. I'm not overly fond of contemporary novels, as I'm sure many of you know at this point, and I definitely don't like reading about the military. The Next to Last Mistake is about a girl…

Confuchsia: An Early Bird’s Tale [Alan J. Paul]

I'm almost at a loss for words with how disappointed and annoyed I am with Confuchsia: An Early Bird's Tale by Alan J. Paul. Nothing is worse than a book you're thoroughly excited for than seeing it completely ruined by a problematic notion. Granted, I'm well aware that my opinion on the matter of religion is one…

Love Beyond Body, Space, and Time [Richard Van Camp & David Robertson]

The trouble with anthologies is that they're especially hard to rate due to the fact that, often, there is an inconsistency with the quality of the writing between stories. You regularly find yourself disappointed with some stories while you are amazed with others. Love Beyond Body, Space, and Time by various authors, including Richard Van Camp and…