You’re Welcome, Universe — Whitney Gardner

TITLE: You’re Welcome, Universe AUTHOR: Whitney Gardner RELEASED: March 7th, 2017; Knopf GENRE: Contemporary AGE RANGE: YA Assigned reading for MLIS 7421: Multicultural Youth Literature. (Yeah, the class I took almost a year ago. That’s how overdue this review is…) Ironically enough, I had removed this book from my TBR in a blog post just a couple of […]

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Second Chance Summer — Morgan Matson

TITLE: Second Chance Summer AUTHOR: Morgan Matson RELEASED: May 8th, 2012 GENRE: Contemporary AGE RANGE: YA When Taylor’s father suddenly falls devastatingly ill, his only request for the summer is to take the entire family back to the summer lake house they used to visit every year, when the kids were younger and things were easier. The only […]

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The (Belated) Anti-Valentine’s Day Tag

It’s time for another round of Tag Thursday! I know V-Day was a week ago, but I didn’t want to sit on this tag until next February, so I decided to do a belated post. Thank you to Sam for tagging me! ♥

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WWW #13: February 20, 2019

WWW Wednesday is hosted by Taking On a World of Words. It’s a meme that takes place every Wednesday, where the posters discuss 3 Ws: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next?

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T10T: My Most Popular Beloved Books

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blog meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic was supposed to be about books we loved that have less than 2,000 GR ratings, but I do underrated faves lists from time to time and wanted to do something I hadn’t done before. I once did a post […]

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Blasphemy! — T. J. Klune

TITLE: Blasphemy! AUTHOR: T. J. Klune RELEASED: December 11th, 2018 GENRE: Humor AGE RANGE: Adult Available to read for FREE on the author’s site, here! He thought about whistling as he walked to work, but then reminded himself that he was the Beast Who Brings Misery to All, so instead, he scowled at everyone he saw.

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Monstrous March’s “Try a Chapter” Challenge!

It’s time for another post in my “Try a Chapter” Challenge—where I’ll choose ONE book for next month’s TBR! If you’re not familiar with the Try a Chapter tag, it’s a tag common on booktube (and sometimes blogs) where the participant reads the first chapter of five books and chooses one of those books to read, […]

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