May is National Mental Health Awareness Month, and we’re reviewing Paolina Malina’s “Committed: A Memoir of Madness in the Family”. This was a beautiful and tragic journey through the authors own mental […]
Check out our review of Karen Bischer’s young adult contemporary romance ‘The Secret Recipe For Moving On’ – and enter the giveaway while you’re here. Courtesy of Xpresso book Tours!
Honey Girl by Morgan Rogers is a beautifully written debut novel, and one I’ll be thinking about for a long time. Stop in to learn more, grab a copy, and read […]
Minus Me by Mameve Medwed was a beautifully written story that navigated loss, fixing relationships, and even locally famous Paul Bunyan sandwiches (which ps, how can get I get one of those?!) Rating: 4/5
Becoming A Whisper is a full-length collection of poetry by Joe Odey, and left me with all of the feels. Rating: 5/5.
Come in to learn more about Diana R.A. Morris’ debut novel – Lachesis’ Allotment – a collection of thoughts, short stories and questions and observations. Rating: 4.5/5
Stop in to learn more about how relevant Sweta Srivastava Vikram’s new contemporary fiction novel ‘Louisiana Catch’ is to the #metoo movement. Rating: 4.5/5
Carnival at Bray was a beautifully nostalgic story about a girl finding herself through all the best art of the 90s, and across the Atlantic Ocean at that. Rating: 4/5
While it seemed borrowed from another story, Half-Blood by Jennifer L. Armentrout was still (literally) kickass. Rating: 3.5/5 (rating lowered due to similarity to another series)
The Kings of Cool, prequel to Don Winslow’s Savages, was a suspenseful crime thriller that kept me guessing. Rating: 5/5