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 […]

Books Left Unreviewed | Audiobooks, Issue One

Books Left Unreviewed | Audiobooks, Issue One

Welcome to the first issue of Books Left Unreviewed! These will be a compilation of recent reads (or listens)! in bullet point and/or short paragraph format with a rating. Not full reviews. I came to the realization after my first two years of blogging that I was not going to review every book I read. And […]

Blog Tour | Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott (Review + Giveaway)

Blog Tour | Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott (Review + Giveaway)

My Thoughts: It’s not that I look for books that are emotional. They just.. find their way on my radar… Who am I kidding – I totally look for books that are emotional. FIVE FEET APART immediately caught my eye by that one liner “Can you love someone you can never touch?” It’s thought-provoking, is it […]

Extraordinary by Miriam Spitzer Franklin

Extraordinary by Miriam Spitzer Franklin

Middle Grade Madness will be a new feature here at Lilybloombooks, that showcases Middle Grade books! Reviews, Interviews, Guest posts and Giveaways. Join the Madness! Today, I am excited to share my thoughts on Extraordinary, a middle-grade contemporary novel about a girl on a path to becoming Extraordinary, and learning how to  move on from her […]

Let’s Discuss Some Boys by Patty Blount

Let’s Discuss Some Boys by Patty Blount

I’ve thought long and hard about whether or not I wanted to review Some Boys. First, I still can’t seem to get all my thoughts in order – this book messed me up good. Second, it’s such a touchy subject; one that I don’t like talking about for many, many reasons. But I thought, WHY […]