Family Relationships at its Center || ARC Review: Harley in the Sky

Confession time: I've never been to a circus in my life, but I've always wanted to! Books like Harley in the Sky are absolutely wish fulfillment for me, and I'm so grateful for the chance I had to read it. Title: Harley in the SkyAuthor: Akemi Dawn BowmanPublisher: Simon PulseRelease Date: March 10, 2020Genres: YA Contemporary I… Continue reading Family Relationships at its Center || ARC Review: Harley in the Sky

Delicious and Suspenseful Cooking Competition || ARC Review: Salty, Bitter, Sweet

Who doesn't love a good cooking competition? (Okay, maybe some people...) I love food and cooking in general, and just reading the synopsis I knew I'd be salivating throughout the entire book. I was totally right. This book made me hungry soooo many times! Title: Salty, Bitter, SweetAuthor: Mayra CuevasPublisher: BlinkRelease Date: March 3, 2020Genres:… Continue reading Delicious and Suspenseful Cooking Competition || ARC Review: Salty, Bitter, Sweet

Twisy, Magical, and Fun! || ARC Review: Zatanna and the House of Secrets

I love Zatanna! She's such a fun, amazing part of DC, and I was thrilled to receive an ARC for this new middle grade story of hers! I've always been a fan of Barbara Gordon, as Batgirl, as Oracle, it doesn't matter. She's such a cool character, and I was really excited to see her… Continue reading Twisy, Magical, and Fun! || ARC Review: Zatanna and the House of Secrets

Slow-Burn Romance Through Text Messages || Review: Technically, You Started It

Days apart, I got two stellar recommendations for Technically, You Started It from my IG buddy Indigo Wood and author Caitlin Sangster. Before that, I'd heard nothing about this book, but the fact that it was told completely in text messages intrigued me. I immediately put this book on hold, not even reading the synopsis. What. A.… Continue reading Slow-Burn Romance Through Text Messages || Review: Technically, You Started It

Careful Exploration of Childhood During a Dark Time in American History || Review: They Called Us Enemy

This amazing graphic novel is timely, heart breaking, and incredibly written piece of nonfiction that explores precious childhood moments and horror as later innocence was lost. Title: They Called Us EnemyAuthor: George TakeiPublisher: Top Shelf ProductionsGenres: Graphic Novel Memoir Official Synopsis A graphic memoir recounting actor/author/activist George Takei's childhood imprisoned within American concentration camps during… Continue reading Careful Exploration of Childhood During a Dark Time in American History || Review: They Called Us Enemy

Blog Tour Spotlight & Giveaway: All the Stars and Teeth

Thank you so much to the Fantastic Flying Book Club for allowing me to participate in this blog tour! Title: All the Stars and TeethAuthor: Adalyn GracePublisher: ImprintRelease Date: February 4, 2020Genres: YA Fantasy I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via The Fantastic Flying Bookshelf in exchange for an honest review.… Continue reading Blog Tour Spotlight & Giveaway: All the Stars and Teeth