Book Review – Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit by Jaye Robin Brown

I picked this book up last July before meeting (and being on a panel with!) Jaye Robin Brown in Washington DC at OutWrite Festival, and I’m so SO glad I did. It was fun to slide into a different kind of contemporary than I’d been reading, and it made me realize that I wanted more of this type of YA. The type with a super authentic voice, the type with a character who knows who she is, even though she happens to be hiding it. The type where the stakes are high for the MC, even if it seems like small potatoes to the outside world. And it was done so so well. Anyway, on with it, right?Read More »

Graphic Novel Review – Wonder Woman Vol. 1-4 (Rebirth) by Greg Rucka et al

I’m not ashamed to say this – I hopped happily on the comic book bandwagon after seeing Wonder Woman, and was thrilled to see that DC was doing a rebirth series for Wonder Woman written by Greg Rucka. I bought the first two volumes as soon as I heard about it, and was honored to be given access to the third and fourth volumes on Edelweiss, and now I’m here FINALLY writing this review. Finally finally finally.Read More »

Top 10 Tuesday – Bookish Resolutions and Goals

Hey hey, it’s Top Ten Tuesday! Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now run by That Artsy Reader Girl! Yay! I’ve loved making it a (semi) regular post on this blog! This week, I’m talking about my bookish resolutions and goals for 2018, and I’m going so in order to stay accountable this year! Y’all, keep me in line! I really love this blog, and I’d really like to grow it, so here we go.Read More »

ARC Review – Reign of the Fallen by Sarah Glenn Marsh

I’ve been hyped about this book for months – I think I joined the launch group way back in the late summer. Reign of the Fallen sounded like the book I really wanted to like – there were necromancers, there was magic, there was mystery. But the reality of it wasn’t exactly what I was looking for. But here’s the thing – I didn’t hate it either. I’m going to see if I can unpack this book and my feelings about it in this review, but I can’t promise anything.Read More »