Wow, after the last few months of releases, I need a breather.
YA fiction that packs a real punch? Yes please
It speaks volumes that this was the best-selling book of 2018 even though it only came out in November.
Lock Every Door blew me away, tbh.
I go through book mood swings like crazy, and the last time I was in the mood for sweet contemporary romances and YA cute-ness, someone recommended Jenn Bennett and woo, I was sold.
I never actually read The Kiss Quotient, but it got such buzz that I had to read Helen Hoang’s sophomore book, The Bride Test.
I love books I randomly stumble upon that I end up really enjoying. I’d heard of Christina June when I went to an author event she helped co-host at One Page More in Arlington, Virginia, and then I won a giveaway on her Twitter! So, as part of ARC April, I read No Place Like…
Last week one of my favorite authors released her new book
Somehow, by the Grace of God, I got an e-ARC of my most anticipated release of the entire year and WOW WOW WOW did it live up to expectations.
I love a good novel in verse, and I’d heard chatter about Voices: The Final Hours of Joan of Arc and so when I discovered it on my library shelves the other day, I picked it up
YA sweetheart Sandhya Menon is back with a companion novel to When Dimple Met Rishi about first love, acceptance, and complicated Desi parents.
Jennifer Egan is a well-respected novelist, short story writer, and oh yeah, Pulitzer Prize Winner.