Quote of the Week!

“ “Jesus!” Luke exclaimed.“Actually, it’s just me,” said Simon. “Although I’ve been told the resemblance is startling.”  ― Cassandra Clare, City of Bones

I HOLD YOUR HEART – Karen Gregory (Honest Review)

SPOILER FREE! Genre: Young Adult – ContemporaryTarget Audience: 14+Rating: B (78%)Goodreads Rating: 4/5 GOODREADS DESCRIPTION: When Gemma meets Aaron, she feels truly seen for the first time. Their love story is the intense kind. The written-in-the-stars, excluding-all-others kind. The kind you write songs about.But little by little their relationship takes over Gemma’s life. What happensContinue reading “I HOLD YOUR HEART – Karen Gregory (Honest Review)”

Quote of the Week!

“It’s funny—when people call you “shy,” they usually smile. Like it’s cute, some funny little habit you’ll grow out of when you’re older, like the gaps in your grin when your baby teeth fall out. If they knew how it felt—really being shy, not just unsure at first—they wouldn’t smile. Not if they knew howContinue reading “Quote of the Week!”

IT SOUNDED BETTER IN MY HEAD – Nina Kenwood (Honest Review)

Genre: Young Adult – ContemporaryTarget Audience: 14+Rating: A (90%)Goodreads Rating: 5/5 GOODREADS DESCRIPTION:A tender, funny, and joyful novel about longing, confusion, feeling left out, and finding out what really matters, and first love, perfect for fans of Emergency Contact.Eighteen year-old Natalie has suffered every adolescent indignity when her parents announce their impending divorce. She can’tContinue reading “IT SOUNDED BETTER IN MY HEAD – Nina Kenwood (Honest Review)”

Quote of the Week!

“But maybe this isn’t how life works. Maybe it’s all about people coming into your life for a little while and you take what they give you and use it on your next friendship or relationship. And if you’re lucky, maybe some people pop back in after you thought they were gone for good.” ― BeckyContinue reading “Quote of the Week!”

Do I Have that Book? Challenge (Tiggity Tag Friday)

Hello! Welcome! It’s another Friday, which does mean another Book Challenge! This week I’ve stolen the challenge right from beneath Jessethereader’s feet! (He stole it from Keeping Tabs, if you want to check her out!) Now, what’s the aim of the game? Okay, it’s basically like a book scavenger hunt. What can I say? IContinue reading “Do I Have that Book? Challenge (Tiggity Tag Friday)”

Writing Update

Writing update status: Querying You read right! I’ve moved on from the Beta Reader status. I’m in the midst of going through another grammar check, but even so, I’m officially at Querying status. I’ve sent out a total of four queries and have already received a few rejections, but even so, I know that’s partContinue reading “Writing Update”

Rainbow Bookshelf Tour – Black Books (30/30)

OHMIGOODNESS! THIS IS THE LAST ONE! There’s no more Rainbow Bookshelf Tour after this post. After months of sharing my books and exposing my terrible habit of buying books and just staring at them instead of reading them, we’re at the end. (And let me tell you, I have a MASSIVE haul coming up, 6Continue reading “Rainbow Bookshelf Tour – Black Books (30/30)”

Quote of the Week!

“Once upon a different time, there was a girl who lived in a kingdom of death. Wolves howled up her arm. A whole pack of them–made of tattoo ink and pain, memory and loss. It was the only thing about her that ever stayed the same. ” ― Ryan Graudin, Wolf By Wolf