(Don’t) Call Me Crazy — anthology edited by Kelly Jensen

TITLE: (Don’t) Call Me Crazy EDITOR: Kelly Jensen RELEASES: October 2nd, 2018; Algonquin Young Readers GENRE: Nonfiction AGE RANGE: YA SYNOPSIS: What does it mean to be crazy? Is using the word crazy offensive? What happens when such a label gets attached to your everyday experiences? In order to understand mental health, we need to talk openly about it. Because […]

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Three Sides of a Heart (Anthology/ARC Review)

Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn’t have picked this anthology up if it wasn’t for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I’m not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of these stories executed it wonderfully! I will […]

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Slasher Girls and Monster Boys (Anthology Review)

Spoiler-free review! Since this is an anthology, I’ll be splitting the review up by story first, and then give my overall thoughts at the end! ☠️ THE BIRDS OF AZALEA STREET – Nova Ren Suma★★★☆☆ A group of teen girls observe mysterious incidents going on at their creepy neighbor’s house, and decide to investigate. The prose […]

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Dark Screams Vol 6 – Brian James Freeman & Richard Chizmar (ARC Review)

This was one of the easiest, yet most unsatisfying 1-star ratings I’ve ever given a book. I love horror anthologies. I own a million (okay, more like thirty) of them in assorted formats and they’re just such a fun way to spend an evening for me. When I really want to enjoy one, I do what I […]

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