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
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
Liv Hadden’s “In The Mind of Revenge” is easily the most dark and twisted story I’ve ever had the pleasure of reading. Rating: 4/5
Sarah Dessen’s “The Truth About Forever” is an instant classic, and absolutely adorable. Rating: 4.5/5
It’s a new year, so I should probably have some resolution or something but I don’t. Drop in to a get a 2016 Drunk On Pop update instead!
Never Said by Carol Lynch Williams was a beautiful story of sisters finding their way back to each other, told in alternating prose and poetry. Rating: 3.5/5
Amy Poehler’s “Yes Please” is (refreshingly) filled with sex stories, life advice, and SNL memories. More like, “Thank you!”. Rating: 4/5
Identity Theft by Anna Davies is a complete ripoff of basically every other book ever and I hated it. Rating: 1/5