Review | When the Truth Unravels by RuthAnne Snow

Review | When the Truth Unravels by RuthAnne Snow

My Thoughts I read this book months ago, and I still find myself thinking about it. It’s just, SO GOOD! In their efforts to keep things normal, Rosie, Ket, and Jenna decide to have a girls only prom night for their friend, Elin after she tried to commit suicide. Things don’t go as planned, and […]

Review |  What They Don’t Know by Nicole Maggi

Review | What They Don’t Know by Nicole Maggi

My Thoughts: Trigger Warnings for WHAT THEY DON’T KNOW:  WHAT THEY DON’T KNOW caught my eye because of its description of the journal entry writing style. I love books that step outside the “norm” and do something wholly original within the pages. For this story in particular, it was perfect. Told in alternating journal entry […]

Blog Tour // Geekerella by Ashley Poston

Blog Tour // Geekerella by Ashley Poston

I’m excited to be participating in the Geekerella blog tour! I adored this book so much and I will be pushing it hard on readers for the foreseeable future. Today, author Ashley Poston is sharing with us her Favorite Fandom OTPs! But first, here’s more about the book AND the book trailer: Guest Post I have […]

Girl in Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow

Girl in Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow

My Thoughts: There are some books that leave you breathless. Their words leave their mark on you and you are left with no adequate words to describe it, and how it made you feel. Girl in Pieces, is one of those books… it’s just so honest, raw and emotionally draining but beautiful, too. If I could reach in […]

The Lost and the Found by Cat Clarke

The Lost and the Found by Cat Clarke

My Thoughts: When you love a particular genre, you tend to read more of it, yes? And the more you read of said genre, the most subtle clues you pick up on, and just see coming. I think many readers can attest to that. So, when you see the outcome of a situation so clearly so […]

The Woman in the Photo by Mary Hogan

The Woman in the Photo by Mary Hogan

My Thoughts: Woman’s Fiction isn’t a genre I pick up often – for no obvious reason at all. But the ones that I have picked up lately are wonderful, and that includes this book, The Woman in the Photo. Told in dual perspectives, we get two correlating stories. The story of Elizabeth in 1889. And the […]