Outgrowing Genres | Book Discussion

I didn’t know it was possible to outgrow a genre until recently. I always thought that anyone could read any genre. I mean that’s still true, but I thought I wouldn’t have to one day transition to solely reading adult fiction. Not that that’s what I’m doing now; I’m still reading YA fiction for theContinue reading “Outgrowing Genres | Book Discussion”

Moment of Truth by Kasie West | Book Review

The following is from Goodreads: At sixteen, Hadley Moore knows exactly who she is—a swimmer who will earn a scholarship to college. Totally worth all the hard work, even if her aching shoulders don’t agree. So when a guy dressed as Hollywood’s latest action hero, Heath Hall, crashes her swim meet, she isn’t amused. Instead,Continue reading “Moment of Truth by Kasie West | Book Review”

Currently Reading | 6.17.2020

So I recently started The Moment of Truth by Kasie West, and I’m actually almost done with it. I probably would have had it finished by now, but I got distracted by some other things going on. But from what I’ve read, I’m enjoying it. However, like the previous Kasie West book I read, thisContinue reading “Currently Reading | 6.17.2020”

Books to Read June | 2020

I’m a couple days late in posting this TBR, and honestly, I don’t know how much I’m going to push myself to stick to it. There are a few books that I’m pretty set on, but the rest I’m not too sure if I’ll be in the mood to read them this month.

Favorite Genre: Contemporary Fiction | Book Discussion

My go-to genre has always been contemporary ficiton. And lately I’ve been in the biggest contemporary mood so I decided to write a post talking about why it’s my favorite genre and the one I reach for the most when I am in a reading slump.

WWW Wednesday | 5.20.20

I first saw this on Book Coffee Happy‘s blog. Like I’ve said each time I’ve done this kind of post, I am probably going to stick to doing it once a month. It seems to be the trend that I’ve been sticking to. Though, this time I’m doing this post twice this month, which IContinue reading “WWW Wednesday | 5.20.20”

Tweet Cute by Emma Lord | Book Review

The following is from Goodreads: “Meet Pepper, swim team captain, chronic overachiever, and all-around perfectionist. Her family may be falling apart, but their massive fast-food chain is booming―mainly thanks to Pepper, who is barely managing to juggle real life while secretly running Big League Burger’s massive Twitter account. Enter Jack, class clown and constant thornContinue reading “Tweet Cute by Emma Lord | Book Review”

Top 5 Wednesday: Spring Reads

I found this discussion post on the Goodreads group, though it was actually a topic from last year. Despite that, I decided to give it a try since spring is right around the corner and I wanted to talk about some of my favorite spring books. These are also books that I would recommend readingContinue reading “Top 5 Wednesday: Spring Reads”

Yes No Maybe So by Becky Albertalli & Aisha Saeed | Book Review

The following is from Goodreads: YESJamie Goldberg is cool with volunteering for his local state senate candidate—as long as he’s behind the scenes. When it comes to speaking to strangers (or, let’s face it, speaking at allto almost anyone), Jamie’s a choke artist. There’s no way he’d ever knock on doors to ask people for theirContinue reading “Yes No Maybe So by Becky Albertalli & Aisha Saeed | Book Review”

Book Review: Be the Girl by K.A. Tucker

Be the Girl follows a girl named Aria who is starting over in a new town with a new last name. She has the intention of leaving her past behind her, and becoming someone else, someone better. She thinks everything is going good, with the Hartford family next door. She makes friends with Cassie Hartford, whoContinue reading “Book Review: Be the Girl by K.A. Tucker”