A Sure Meet-Cute and a Homeless Story; Recent NetGalley Requests

I'm really excited about Unverified because it looks really cute. And I almost passed over Safe Harbour because I wasn't a fan of the cover, but boy would that have been a huge mistake and I'm so glad I actually checked it out. A new adult-ish romantic comedy involving finding low-priced housing in order to move out…

Haphaven [Noam Harper]; Throwback Thursday

I was pretty impressed, overall, with Haphaven by Norm Harper and Louie Joyce. A graphic novel centered around the idea of luck--be it good or bad--and the world in which it exists wholly to balance out ours, Haphaven was a monumentally fascinating story. I had so much fun reading it and really that's one of the best things…

Last Girl Lied To [L. E. Flynn]; 2019 YA Releases

If I was a thriller girl, I'd probably add Last Girl Lied To by L. E. Flynn to my TBR. There's definitely something about this book that's incredibly grabbing. I kind of want to find out more, to learn about the characters and the mystery of the missing best friend. I think the love-triangle (or perhaps…

History and Space; Recent NetGalley Requests

I'm so excited for both of these books. I just have this feeling that they're going to turn out way better than they sound. For Chasing the Stars, that's lifesaving. For The Coordinate, that's my expectation. I suppose I'll just have to wait and see how it goes. The synopsis doesn't sound great, but I think there might…

Commute [Erin Williams]

In a great many ways, Commute by Erin Williams was one of the most uncomfortable books I have ever read. To some degree, this is warranted and necessary. At other points, it's too much and not quite as insightful as I was hoping it would be. Very much so, Commute is about one woman's experiences. And while it is…

Gun Control or LGBTQ Kids Fantasy; Recent NetGalley Requests

Honestly, had I not requested these both together, I probably wouldn't have included them in the same post because the topics are so different. One, dark and uncomfortable while the other is bright and happy. But still, after reading a book about gun violence in schools, we're all gonna need a happy book to read.…