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 … Continue reading Three Sides of a Heart (Anthology/ARC Review)
About the book: Title: SUBLIME KARMA Author: Peyton Garver Pub. Date: May 28, 2017 Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing Pages: 302 Formats: Paperback eBook Find it: Amazon, B&N, TBD, Goodreads When Brie's stepfather moves the family for what he calls a new beginning, it's not the new beginning the beautiful, yet guarded, senior would have hoped for. Brie is instantly targeted by jealous … Continue reading Rockstar Book Tours: SUBLIME KARMA Spotlight + GIVEAWAY!
"This is what it means to be a feminist. Not a humanist or an equalist or whatever. But a feminist. It's not a bad word. After today it might be my favorite word. Because really all it is is girls supporting each other and wanting to be treated like human beings in a world that's … Continue reading Moxie – Jennifer Mathieu (ARC Review)
"All virtues not granted at birth are taught to you by life, one way or another." ✘ PLOT When Jack begins to show signs of a hallucinatory disorder, his best friend, August, is determined to carry him through the illness. Even when Jack comes to August, telling him they must go on a quest in … Continue reading The Wicker King – K. Ancrum (ARC Review)
This is a weekly tag hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and this week’s challenge is to pick Ten Book Recommendations for ____ - you fill in the blank! I decided to go with ten recommendations for people who, like me, are always looking for a new ship to set sail. First, let me give … Continue reading T10T: Ten Book Recommendations for People Who Love Shipping
"Maybe it's better to have gotten it right and been happy for one day instead of living a lifetime of wrongs." This was my first ever Adam Silvera book, and I'd been warned by so many people to prepare myself for ALL OF THE FEELS, but nobody could have really made me understand just how … Continue reading They Both Die at the End – Adam Silvera (ARC Review)
“People really are like houses with vast rooms and tiny windows. And maybe it's a good thing, the way we never stop surprising each other.” People have been recommending this book to me for a solid year or more, and I've owned a copy since January, but I kept putting it off. I finally realized … Continue reading Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda – Becky Albertalli