Wrap Ups

April 2019 Wrap Up

I live! I feel like it's been ages since I last posted, but I looked and actually my last post was on the 24th of April. Still, towards the end of the month even before I took a brief break from posting I could feel myself struggling to keep up—and consequently I wasn't able to… Continue reading April 2019 Wrap Up

Book Reviews

Dealing in Dreams by Lilliam Rivera

Synopsis: At night, Las Mal Criadas own these streets. Nalah leads the fiercest all-girl crew in Mega City. That roles brings with it violent throw downs and access to the hottest boydega clubs, but the sixteen-year-old grows weary of the life. Her dream is to get off the streets and make a home in the… Continue reading Dealing in Dreams by Lilliam Rivera

Book Reviews

Opposite of Always by Justin A. Reynolds

Synopsis: Jack Ellison King. King of Almost. He almost made valedictorian. He almost made varsity. He almost got the girl . . .  When Jack and Kate meet at a party, bonding until sunrise over their mutual love of Froot Loops and their favorite flicks, Jack knows he’s falling—hard. Soon she’s meeting his best friends,… Continue reading Opposite of Always by Justin A. Reynolds

First Impression Friday

First Impression Friday: We Set the Dark on Fire

First Impression Friday is a meme created by J.W. Martin, where you give a few impressions of a book you have recently started, and predict what you will think at the end. It’s cool because you get to look back after finishing the book to see what you were thinking at the beginning! Alright! So, I… Continue reading First Impression Friday: We Set the Dark on Fire

Book Talk

5 Benefits of Borrowing Books

Hello, all! Instead of exactly following the Bookending Spring topic for today, I'm switching it up a bit and changing "5 Benefits of Buying Books" to share instead some benefits of borrowing books! The original post, however, is being hosted over at Michelle @ Michelle Likes Things, so still go and check it out! Really,… Continue reading 5 Benefits of Borrowing Books