I Interrupt Your Previously Scheduled Book Talk for Abortion

This has been somewhat of a hot topic recently and I’m sure you all know why. But, just in case you don’t, just google abortion law and I’m sure a few things will pop up to clarify some of the information for you. I don’t often like to spend time deviating from book talk on…

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Of Beauty and Nothingness [The Priory of the Orange Tree (-ish)] Blogger Support Feature

Hello, hello, hello, and welcome back to this weekend's first blogger support feature, this time featuring Heather @ Of Beauty and Nothingness. Now, a bit of a change from your typical support feature today is the fact that Heather is not just a bookblogger nor is she even primarily a book blogger. This is a little bit out…

The Opposite of Always [Justin A. Reynolds]; 2019 YA Releases

Yes, yes, yes, and yes. The Opposite of Always by Justin A. Reynolds is definitely on my TBR. I have been dying to get my hands on a copy of this book for way too long now and it's honestly a little bit embarrassing since it's been published for a while now and I still haven't gotten a copy and I…

The Sound of Drowning [Katherine Fleet]; 2019 YA Releases

I feel so confused and baffled by The Sound of Drowning by Katherine Fleet. It's really just that this book seems surrounded in mystery and I don't feel like it's ever really explained at all how everything fits together and why this book was even written. What's the plot? I really want to know, so if…

Amazing Children and the Names We Give Them; Recent NetGalley Requests

And so this morning I managed to add two new books to my request list--which basically means I need to knock some off pretty quickly because the number is a bit ridiculous at this point. But, as always, I couldn't help myself. Honestly, though, I'm really looking forward to these two, obviously for very different…

NetGalley Buzz Books 2019 Fall YA Sampler

I love reading the samplers, particularly the ones for YA, so whenever they pop up on NetGalley I request them. The thing is, this gives me a wonderful opportunity to look into some books I'm considering requesting and decide which ones I'd actually enjoy reading. I was thrilled to see that this one included samples…

Virtually Yours [Sarvenaz Tash]

Honestly, I feel like Virtually Yours by Sarvenaz Tash had a pretty interesting premise and a fantastic start. Overall, I was really enjoying the read as I began. After a little while, though, I began to slowly lose interest until I realized that I didn't actually care about any of the characters in the story. Virtually Yours…