I don’t always benefit from them, but I’m always fascinated by self-help and motivational books, and Jen Sincero is the new queen of that genre.
As a true crime buff, I knew a lot about the murders of Jose and Kitty Menendez that were committed by their sons, Erik and Lyle.
Have you ever noticed that everywhere you look no one is looking at you? Instead, they’re staring at those little devices in their hands
Markus Zusack is back with a new book, Bridge of Clay, and in honor of it, let’s take a lot at all of the book he has published.
Not much time left in the year…so I better get to reading. I love making goals
Dystopias have always been my reading jam, and I’d heard a lot about Vox by Christina Dalcher, including that it was the “next Handmaid’s tale.”
I discovered Emma Mills when one of her books, Foolish Hearts, was featured in the Owlcrate box back in December 2017.
Hank Green, notorious brother of YA king John Green, has finally written a book and it’s like nothing you’ve ever read from his brother.
I love pop culture oral histories and when I saw this book was happening, I knew I had to have it.
Lauren Oliver’s latest book, Broken Things, came out in early October and though I’m a few weeks late, check out her entire body of work
The end of October came around and I finally finished the 40 challenge prompts of the Pop Sugar Reading Challenge.
I KNOW that November is going to be rough, so let’s take a look at how good I did in October!