Review: I’m Not Dying with You Tonight by Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal

Review: I’m Not Dying with You Tonight by Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal

I’m Not Dying with You Tonight by Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal is a thought-provoking must-read. The story follows two teenaged girls, one black and one white, as they navigate through the racially charged chaos together that erupts at a Friday night high school football game. I’m Not Dying with You Tonight was a page-turner. […]

Welcome 2021!

I’m sure a lot of us were over the year 2020. It was by far one of the tougher years of my life. Although 2021 still poses many challenges (COVID-19, economic crisis, continuing social injustices, etc.), I’m hopeful that 2021 will move us in the right direction. Well… at least for most of us. There […]

It’s November, and the holidays are here!

2020 has been a very tough year. & I don’t know about anyone else, but I feel like the first week of November was particularly difficult. The US Election was my tipping point, and I was officially maxed out on political news, COVID-19 news, economic news, etc. I was simply exhausted and over it all. […]

Hello October.

We have finally made it to the last quarter of 2020. I’m excited for some cooler temperatures and the holidays. I know this year the holidays will be different with COVID-19 still wreaking havoc on the world, but I’m hopeful that there will still be fun times to be had. Plus, I do enjoy the […]

Review: The Duplicate Bride by Ginny Baird

Review: The Duplicate Bride by Ginny Baird

I was unfortunately disappointed by Ginny Baird’s The Duplicate Bride. I usually enjoy twin-swap books, and I found that the story flowed well between the two main character’s points of view. My issues with Jackie and the length of the twin-swap simply made The Duplicate Bride difficult for me to read. In the story, Hope goes to […]

Review: I Love You So Mochi by Sarah Kuhn

Review: I Love You So Mochi by Sarah Kuhn

I Love You So Mochi by Sarah Kuhn is a story filled with family expectations, family history, and learning to balance all of that while still being true to yourself, with some romance thrown in. I found I Love You So Mochi to be an interesting twist on the “tiger parenting” stereotype. Instead of becoming a […]

Hello There, September.

August was a tough reading month for me. I was in quite the slump and struggled to finish any full-length novel. I’m hoping September turns out to be a better reading month, but we’ll just have to wait and see. I’m not very inspired lately to read. I don’t know if it’s the state of […]