Modern Fantasy · Review · Young Adult

Misfit by Jon Skovron | Book Review

I have mixed feelings about how to rate Jon Skovron’s Misfit. On the one hand, the writing isn’t good and the plot is predictable and not satisfying. On the other hand, I know a younger version of myself and at least one of her friends might have enjoyed it.

Review · Science Fiction · Young Adult

Wires and Nerve by Marissa Meyer | Graphic Novel Review

Wires and Nerve, by Marissa Meyer, is the latest installment in The Lunar Chronicles, featuring an android who tracks down rebel wolf-hybrid soldiers who are threatening the peace. I never read any of The Lunar Chronicles, but I knew Cinder was a Cinderella retelling, so I figured the graphic novel was another….

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Interesting Finds in the Blogosphere of June 2019

Yesterday was the end of June, so it’s time to wrap up June. Instead of reviewing my reading and blogging month, I want to focus on featuring some awesome posts around the book blogosphere. To start this off, there were a few good posts about blogging. Pamela from Reverie Society teaches you how to develop… Continue reading Interesting Finds in the Blogosphere of June 2019

Nonfiction · Poetry · Review · Young Adult

Parkland Speaks, edited by Sarah Lerner | Book Review

A year after the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history, the students and teachers of Marjory Stoneman Douglas share their stories of the shooting and its aftermath in Parkland Speaks: Survivors from Marjory Stoneman Douglas Share Their Stories, edited by MSD teacher Sarah Lerner. The book is a collection of….

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Wrapping Up April 2019 + Reacting to ‘Game of Thrones’ S8 E3

It’s the end of the month, and that means I need to write another wrap-up post. The month went by fast. I’ve been reading, guest blogging, and watching the last season of Game of Thrones. I’ve been reading books and getting more into webcomics. The major novel I read this month was Five Feet Apart… Continue reading Wrapping Up April 2019 + Reacting to ‘Game of Thrones’ S8 E3

Graphic Novel · Review · Science Fiction · Young Adult

Freaking Romance, Season 1 by Snailords | Webcomic Review

A cat-ear wearing girl named Zylith moves into a haunted apartment to escape her parents’ demanding that she be a doctor instead of an artist and they kicked her out for refusing. She soon finds out that the place is haunted by a handsome green-eyed KPOP star.