Month: July 2020

Book Review: Good Girl, Bad Blood by Holly Jackson

I NEED to meet Holly Jackson. Right now. This woman is a genius.

Book Review: Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson

It’s the middle of July, it’s been 100 degrees every day for the past week, and I am pretty much done with summer. But still, I can’t resist reviewing this irresistibly summery book from the quintessential summer contemporary author, because if I can’t have a summery summer at least I can read about one.

These 5 Things Will Definitely Make Me Put Down a Book

You’re reading a great story. The plot is wonderful, you’re completely absorbed, you are convinced this will be your next 5-star read… until it happens. The author uses THAT trope. That irritating, cliche, hackneyed trope that you cannot stand. Suddenly all the fervor is gone from your reading, and you sigh when you realize that here is yet another book to go on that 3-4 star pile.