Bad Romance- Review

You know when you finish a book and you immediately want to tell everyone you have ever known to read it? Yeah? That JUST happened to me. First, I can't stop singing Lady Gaga's, "Rah rah ah-ah-ah! Ro mah ro-mah-mah" and I'm so happy Heather Demetrios paid homage to Mother Monster with her book. The... Continue Reading →

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Wish You Were Here – Review

I have been struggling to formulate my thoughts for this review after finishing it almost two weeks ago! Usually I try to write my reviews as quickly as possible, but I have the strongest writer's block for this book! This is a novel I went into completely blind. I didn't know much about the story,... Continue Reading →

A Man Called Ove – Review

I knew I'd love A Man Called Ove because I love cranky old men, perhaps that's why I married one. πŸ˜‰ I wish there were more people like Ove in the world. Maybe that sounds strange if you've read this book, but I firmly believe things would be better than they are today with more... Continue Reading →

How I Lost You – Review

Thank you to Atria/Emily Bestler books and Netgalley for the chance to review this exciting novel. Let me just say, it's a good thing I didn't have a paperback copy of this book because I wouldn't have been able to turn the pages fast enough. Books like How I Lost You are the reason I... Continue Reading →

London Belongs to Me – Review

As an Anglophile, I knew I had to read London Belongs to Me as soon as I saw Colleen Hoover post a giveaway for this title on Instagram. I love everything about England and was in need of a cheerful bit of Chick-Lit to read after the heavy books I've been hitting lately. Β Jacquelyn MiddletonΒ hit... Continue Reading →

This is How I Die – Poetry Release

Through the writing of J.R. Rogue, I discovered a world of poetry I didn't know existed. Kat Savage is one of the poets I learned about through Rogue's social media and their friendship. I love witnessing their talents merge and the camaraderie these two powerhouses share. They are encouragers of women and the lives women... Continue Reading →

A Thousand Rooms – Review

A Thousand Rooms by Helen Jones begins with the end - the end of Katie's life. When Katie accidentally steps off a curb while checking her text messages, she is hit by a car and killed. When she awakes, she finds her old body lying on the ground and her separated body and soul still... Continue Reading →

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