My “Make It A Movie” Wishlist

I have spent all year blogging about books that were adapted to film, which has given me like 51 weeks to ruminate on all the great films that deserve to be adapted

You Say It First

A little more “substance” than a lot of YA romantic contemporary, but you’ve still got that teen angst and emotion to get you through

Park Avenue Summer

Overall, I think this is a good book for people who like historical fiction but want something lighter, something new in terms of time, and something a bit more…feisty,

The Arc of a Scythe Trilogy

After letting the books grow dusty on my shelves for a year, I finally took the plunge and read Neal Shusterman’s Scythe Trilogy

November Reading Recap

Holy heck…the year is almost over! And I still have a bajillion books to read…and that’s not even thinking about all the February 2021 arcs I’ve been putting off. I did some serious reading in November though–including TWO trilogies I’d owned for…awhile. Here’s what I read this month: The Camelot Betrayal (ARC) Badass Habits (ARC)…

Tokyo Ever After

Being a Princess is hard work, especially when there’s a demanding lady-in-waiting, scheming twin cousins, a hot bodyguard, and a father she doesn’t know at all.