It’s a fucking innuendo, really. All the puns intended. 😅 So you might like to think this just meant I spent all my time outside of work reading the book. No. I didn’t finish it faster. I had lots of things I needed to get done, lots of things I failed to get done, and […]Continue reading "“Georgia Peaches” and my low-key favorite concept photography"
Famous in Love is, without a doubt, a complete train wreck. All the issues I’ve with young adult fiction — generally speaking? They exist, inside this book! I never thought such a thing possible, but alas…it has happened. Let me break it down for you: the recipe to get me to dislike a book. 1. […]Continue reading "Famous in Love // the epitome of everything I loathe about YA"
Young adult fiction was not something I previously enjoyed, so I didn’t set out to read it on purpose. It just so happened that, during my free trial of Amazon Prime, “Dear Martin” by Nic Stone was on sale. I knew nothing about it, except that I wanted to read it. I’d heard about “Dear […]Continue reading "“Dear Martin” by Nic Stone"
My qualms with young adult (YA) fiction — as I’ve not yet dabbled in YA nonfiction — begins in the execution of, well, everything: character development, plot, setting, romance and relationships… There’s a saying that goes something like, “If you keep reading YA and hating it, maybe you just hate YA and should stop,” and […]Continue reading "When // romance is on the backburner in this one"
I don’t think I’m an otaku, but I read a manga about several and am smitten. 💘Continue reading "“Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku, Vol. 1” by Fujita"
This cozy, coming-of-age romance story wrapped its arms around me and swallowed me whole.Continue reading "Keeping You a Secret // everyone comes out at their own pace"
It’s hard to remember Evelyn Hugo, an actress infamous for having had seven husbands, is fictional. After decades of no interviews or photoshoots, she chooses to share her story—the real truth behind every scandal—to an unsuspecting journalist, who comes to find the selection wasn’t so random after all.Continue reading "The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo // Old Hollywood actress spills secrets to journalist"
When hardcover books are embossed and glittery—and a buck—I can’t help not buying them.
Yeah…I judge books by their covers.Continue reading "Autumn Falls // but when does she rise above superficiality"
Dark Deception is the second installment in the fictional series Defenders of Justice by Nancy Mehl. This is my review of the book.Continue reading "Dark Deception // judgy damsel in distress incapable of saving herself because toxic masculinity"