Book Beginnings: Final Girls

The forest had claws and teeth. All those rocks and thorns and branches bit at Quincy as she ran screaming through the woods. But she didn't stop. Not when rocks dug into the soles of her bare feet. Not when a whip-thin branch lashed her face and a line of blood streaked down her cheek. Stopping wasn't an option. To stop was to die.

The Book Blogger Insider Tag

Because I have reviews and tags that are staring me down and I don't feel like finishing any of them right now, I'm going to tell you guys a little bit about myself as a blogger today! Thanks goes to Beth at Reading Every Night for the tag! I mean, technically she said anyone who wanted to be tagged could tag themselves... so, you know... we've already discussed my klepto tendencies. MOVING ON.

Summer Flings Reading Challenge!

Hello, everyone! I decided to take a break from my usual tags, memes, and review posts today to invite you all to join me and a few of my friends in the summer reading challenge we're hosting! It's called the Summer Flings Reading Challenge, and it's going to be multi-platform!

Top 10 Tuesday: Best Reads of 2017 (So Far)

I originally was going to focus this week's post specifically on fantasy and sci-fi books, but I realized that it left me with no excuse not to pick multiple titles from the same series (looking at you, ACOTAR and The Lunar Chronicles!). Instead, I thought I'd just give you guys a rundown of my ten favorite reads of the year so far - any genre! I limited myself to one title per series, which is why you won't see a few of my beloved titles in this list.

The Raven Boys – Maggie Stiefvater

“She wasn't interested in telling other people's futures. She was interested in going out and finding her own.” All Blue's life, she's been surrounded by psychics: her mother, her aunt, her mother's live-in best friends. Blue can't predict anything, though - she's just an energy amplifier for everyone (and everything) around here. Her future has … Continue reading The Raven Boys – Maggie Stiefvater

Aftercare Instructions – Bonnie Pipkin (ARC Review)

Genesis did everything she could to prepare for the abortion, but nothing could steady her for how it would feel to walk out into an empty waiting room, without so much as a good-bye text from the boyfriend who left her there: alone, wounded, and sixty miles from home. He won't answer his phone, and rumors are flying that he's already moved on to her former best friend, Vanessa. Living as a seventeen-year-old with a deceased father and an emotionally absent mother, life hasn't been easy, but this form of grief is all new territory for Gen, and she's going to have to find healing in any way she can get it: even if it means returning to the stage she never thought she'd have the strength to face again.