The end of October came around and I finally finished the 40 challenge prompts of the Pop Sugar Reading Challenge.
It’s wedding weekend and everything that can go wrong does go wrong in Save the Date, the latest YA contemporary novel by Morgan Matson.
No matter our career path there is so much we can learn from these CEOs who have ultimately succeeded but experienced failure, competition, and disheartening loss along the way
It’s summer camp for social justice warriors and activists…but then it becomes more Lord of the Flies than Kumbaya.
Sarah Dessen is something of the Nicholas Sparks of YA romance, because her novels will make you laugh, cry, scream, and wish you had a boyfriend
I’m super excited for some the releases coming out this March, especially in the nonfiction genres I love
It’s your typical tomboy girl falls for brother-like friend story, but that doesn’t make this Kasie West novel any less compelling.
One of the Pop Sugar challenges this year that might throw you for a loop on first glance is a “book that is also on stage.” But don’t let the wording deter you. So many of the best plays/musicals of the past few decades are based on beloved books
I’m always interested in looking at the breakdown of my reading, especially fiction versus nonfiction, male vs female authors, etc. Here is my 2017 reading broken down by the numbers.