So. Yeah. You read the title correctly. I'm... going to BE frickin' A! For the first time ever! I am also going to BookCon, which I've been to before. But that was in Chicago. And I don't remember it being two days like it will be this year. Plus this year, I'm going to BookCon… Continue reading Going to BEA for the First Time: And I Have NO Idea What I’m Doing!!!
Do you remember the first time you fell in love with an author? How about the second? The third? How about this? Do you remember falling in love with the same author twice? Well... welcome to the world of me. I'm honestly not quite sure how it happened -- but it has. I've fallen in… Continue reading Second Chance Romances: Falling in Love with an Author Again
Synopsis When Sophie Ballester and her twin brothers Sam and Todd are uprooted from their home and sent to a remote boarding school run by their Great Aunt Ness, they stumble upon a hidden room that holds a secret—a secret that will change everything. The people of Phoenix Holt are not what they seem. In… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Secrets in Phoenix by Gabriella Lepore
Review **This book was sent to me in exchange for my honest, unbiased review** Very interesting take on the Seven Deadly Sins. As someone who went to Catholic school for 13 years, and with a vast interest in Greco-Roman (and Latin) history, I am always game for a good Seven Deadly Sins tale. So you… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: 7 by Casey L. Bond, Jo Michaels, Tia Silverthorne Bach, Kelly Risser & N.L. Greene
Synopsis Joshua Wilson, an up-and-coming movie star, is turned off by the idea of marriage. His Oscar-winning smile and breakout role in the summer’s hottest romantic comedy bring in enough attention to satisfy Joshua’s cravings for the spotlight – not to mention the never-ending supply of willing women. Joey Mitchell is down in the dumps… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Blind Reality by Heidi McLaughlin
Synopsis A lonely farm boy. A girl with swallow’s wings. An ancient city buried in a volcano. A mystery old as blood and bone. There is more to Gabriel than the life he’s ashamed of – the son of peasant winemakers, bullied relentlessly on account of his disabled mother. For Gabriel has a secret: the… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Gabriel and the Swallows by Esther Dalseno
Synopsis “This is your country, this is your world, this is your body, and you must find some way to live within the all of it.” In a profound work that pivots from the biggest questions about American history and ideals to the most intimate concerns of a father for his son, Ta-Nehisi Coates offers… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates