The Art Of Losing By Lizzy Mason

Recently, I was lucky enough to get a super early ebook copy of debut author, Lizzy Masons new book, The Art of Losing. I am so thankful to both the publisher for allowing me to read this, and Lizzy Mason for writing the book, because, wow. I have not enjoyed a book and it's characters … Continue reading The Art Of Losing By Lizzy Mason


SO, in the month of June, I read a grand total of: 6 books. Not bad but still not great, considering 3 were Graphic Novels. Stephen Kings new book hooked me at the start, but became tiresome and so I spent way too long on that one. Anywhoooo, lets get into it: Hard Copies: Rating: … Continue reading JUNE WRAP UP!!!

Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson

Hi all! Just finished up Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson, and let me tell you, it is absolutely a must read. Definitely one of my faves of the year!! This story centers around Mila. Mila is a teenage Wiccan, who just recently lost her best friend to, what the local police are calling, a … Continue reading Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson

The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken

**** SPOILER ALERT 🚨 Really enjoyed this, although I feel like it was dragged out more than necessary. Could’ve done with about 50 less pages. I felt as though once they got to East River everything was really rushed. There was so much leading up to this and then BAM! They’re here, Ruby’s learning about … Continue reading The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken

The Darkest Minds thoughts

How is it EVEN POSSIBLE that I watch so much booktube, and am constantly checking out new releases that I did not know about these books?! I'm ashamed of myself. I started The Darkest Minds, yesterday and I'm already 200 pages in. OB-FREAKING- SSED. I was really into dystopian type books a few years ago, … Continue reading The Darkest Minds thoughts

Eliza and her Monsters

****POTENTIAL SPOILERS**** Finished this book up yesterday. Another 4.5 stars in my book! I really enjoyed this one. The relationship between Eliza and Wallace was so adorable. The take on mental health in regards to anxiety and panic attacks was realistic and relatable if you've ever gone through that type of thing. I really enjoyed … Continue reading Eliza and her Monsters

“Leah on The Offbeat” By Becky Albertalli

**POTENTIAL SPOILERS**   I LOVE CREEKWOOD. END. OF. STORY. So, Leah on The Offbeat follows Leah from the Simon VS. book as she struggles with her sexuality, or more accurately how to tell her friends about this. Leah knows she's Bisexual, but up to this point hasn't told anyone aside from her mother. Knowing this … Continue reading “Leah on The Offbeat” By Becky Albertalli