As someone who read Twilight pretty early on, I of course wanted to see The Host when it came out,
By the sweet grace of God I was able to get my hands on an advanced e-galley of Karen McManus’s newest standalone book-
I’m the first to admit I’m not a big fantasy reader–but I know it comes from commitment issues, so finding a standalone fantasy was intriguing!
Petition to make every Ian McEwan novel but with Saoirse Ronan as the star?
I got the chance to be on the committee for DC Reads this year, and was so excited that it was a graphic memoir: Good Talk: A Memoir in Conversations by Mira Jacob
This rom-com take on angsty-teen-fake-dating is perfection.
Phantom of the Opera is one of those musicals/films that people probably take in MULTIPLE times before they even know it’s a book
I have done a LOT of ARC reading recently, so this is a bit shorter than usual!
This book made me feel like a gooey brownie on the inside
Part memoir, part essay collection, lots of humor and jokes, and an actual behind-the-scenes look at SNL.
I love a good graphic novel, and one set at a boarding school….yes please
I feel like books and movies never started getting pushed back until I started getting excited for them