Books

I am first and foremost a booknerd — welcome to the chaos.

  • Love Always, Charlie - Life is riddled with mistakes, trials, joys, and fears. Yet we grow comfortable in suppressing the most humane parts of our lives—the moments when we fall and break down. I believe we would all be more comfortable if we didn’t feel the need to stifle them. I am sharing with the world one of the […]
  • My “Again, but Better” Thoughts - Again, but Better By Christine Riccio Published May 7th 2019 by Wednesday Books “Shane has been doing college all wrong. Pre-med, stellar grades, and happy parents…sounds ideal—but Shane’s made zero friends, goes home every weekend, and romance…what’s that?  Her life has been dorm, dining hall, class, repeat. Time’s a ticking, and she needs a change—there’s […]
  • “We All Looked Up” Review - This novel is one that I picked up a year or so ago with the thought that it may have a slightly Breakfast Club-esc storyline to it. A group of teenagers at the end of the world: that is the essence of what this novel is. An asteroid is on course to hit earth and […]
  • TBH, Keeping up with a TBR is Hard - Ok, so June is almost done and I am not done with the first book on my June TBR list. First off, in my defense one of the books is A Game of Thrones, so I feel like I deserve a little bit of grace.   I decided to be very determined to finish my […]
  • My Love Letter to John Green - If nothing else, you’ve seen The Fault in Our Stars or Paper Towns, or the black and white pictures of Kaya Scodelarrio portraying the sultry and mysterious Alaska. But I’ve come to discover that people seem to categorize John Green novels as trendy and stereotypical teen novels blah, blah, blah. And I became one of those people […]
  • “Wink, Poppy, Midnight” Review - One of my best friends and I have begun a tradition of sharing books. I send her a book, wrapped in brown paper and tied with twine, and when she finishes it, she sends my book back along with one for me to read. The latest novel I received was Wink, Poppy, Midnight by April Genevieve Tucholke. […]