Brooding YA Hero [Carrie DiRisio]; Throwback Thursday

For this Throwback Thursday I thought I'd feature an old review for a book that I found quite amusing way back when. I do think that the Twitter accomplishes the feeling you get with the typical brooding YA male protagonist--and usually love interest--but it was really cool to see how this book took the stereotypes…

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Heart and Brain: Body Language [Nick Seluk]; Throwback Thursday

So, it's nearing the end of December and Yetis are a winter creature...and if you're looking for a bit of a laugh this week, definitely check out The Awkward Yeti Presents: Heart and Brain Body Language by Nick Seluk. A humorous and immensely relatable comic series, Heart and Brain really gives you the ability to giggle…

Before the Snow [Danielle Paige]; Throwback Thursday

I was talking about this novella in another post recently and so I can't help but feel that it's time to start talking about Before the Snow again. Ironically enough, I hated the first book in this series, Stealing Snow and consequently have not read and do not plan to read its sequel, but this novella as a…

The Ice Child [Evangeline Denmark]; Throwback Thursday

It's been a while since I talked about The Ice Child by Evangeline Denmark, but with December right around the corner it seems like now is just the perfect time to do so. I read and reviewed this book last December, I believe...though now that I think about it maybe it was January. I enjoyed it immensely,…

The Wendy; Throwback Thursday

In light of the newly released Tigerlilja, I decided today was the perfect day to throwback to the wonderful first novel in the series, The Wendy. This was actually, to my immense gratefulness, the first ARC I'd ever received at the time. I had been approved for it on my birthday, effectively making the experience…

A World of Smoke, Stats, and Books; Throwback Thursday

It has been a rough time in California lately with the wildfires going on, leaving me subjected to breathing in smoke quite a lot, which frankly makes me feel exceedingly anxious, especially for the puppy. It's one of those things that I just didn't really plan for and every time I take him out it…