Cracked Up to Be [Courtney Summers]; Throwback Thursday

I'm honestly a tiny bit embarrassed to be featuring this review simply due to the fact that this was one of the first reviews I'd ever written and I personally think it's just horrible. No worries, of course, as I didn't go back and edit the whole thing--it's been a long time since I read…

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Field Notes on Love [Jennifer E. Smith]; 2019 YA Releases

Field Notes on Love by Jennifer E. Smith is one of those books that I want to read because I find the idea interesting, but something I'm certain I might end up hating if it's not amazing enough. Let's be honest here, the story sounds super cheesy and I can only stomach so much cheese in…

An Almost NetGalley Request; Steff’s Ridiculousness

Okay, I'm not going to because I know that there's no possible way I could be interested in reading this book...but I almost requested What's Killing My Chickens? by Gail Damerow simply because of tha utterly adorable, if not quite hungry and eerily focused fox there on the cover. It's such a ridiculous reason to want…

Those First 10 Reviews; Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This list was actually a lot harder to come by than I imagined it would be. Firstly because I found that I wasn't quite sure what my very first ten book reviews were. And, if I'm being completely honest, this list isn't accurate. But…

Alis the Aviator [Danielle Metcalfe-Chenail]

I have to admit that my initial assumption as to what the book Alis the Aviator by Danielle Metcalfe-Chenail would entail and be about were one hundred percent wrong. I had initially believed, upon seeing that it would be an "ABC Aviation Adventure" that the book would actually feature a clever way for young kids to…