When You Get The Chance | Emma Lord | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to When You Get The Chance by Emma Lord? When You Get The Chance sounded like a modern day Mamma Mia type story and I was here for that. It also sounded like an ode to Broadway which was definitely right up my alleyway. Broadway is one of my favorite places.Continue reading “When You Get The Chance | Emma Lord | Audiobook Review”

Poisoned | Jennifer Donnelly | Book Review

Jennifer Donnelly is one of my favorite authors but I admittedly have fallen behind in reading her more recent books. In August, I was lucky enough to win signed copies of Poisoned and Stepsister. These are two retelling of classic fairytale and I was so excited to dive into each of them. I decided toContinue reading “Poisoned | Jennifer Donnelly | Book Review”

Angel of Greenwood | Randi Pink | Book Review

When I saw April’s video on TikTok all about the story I knew I was going to have to pick it up. Angel Of Greenwood is set in what was once known as Black Wallstreet in a section of Tulsa, Oklahoma. This area was the first known prosperous community for Black Americans. In this community,Continue reading “Angel of Greenwood | Randi Pink | Book Review”

If This Gets Out | Sophie Gonzales and Cale Dietrich | Book Review

If This Gets Out brought back so many memories of jamming out to my 90s boy bands. That was such a time of innocence for me. It was also a time that I likely really didn’t fully understand what was going on within the bands or within the world. Honestly I think this nativity madeContinue reading “If This Gets Out | Sophie Gonzales and Cale Dietrich | Book Review”

You Can Go Your Own Way | Eric Smith | Book Review

To say that I have been strongly anticipating the release of You Can Go Your Own Way would be an understatement. I have been following Eric Smith since his days at Quirk Books and it brings me great joy to see him releasing another book. Plus, the title of this one is something that couldContinue reading “You Can Go Your Own Way | Eric Smith | Book Review”

Haunted Hospital | Marty Chan | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Haunted Hospital? I was looking for a Halloween book to listen to while at work. When I read the synopsis of Haunted Hospital, it seemed like the perfect fit. It sounded easy to follow with a touch of spookiness which I like. I didn’t want to be too scared atContinue reading “Haunted Hospital | Marty Chan | Audiobook Review”

Down With This Ship | Katie Kingman | Book Review

Down With This Ship is Katie Kingman’s debut novel. It is also her tribute to the ever changing world of fandoms and fanfiction. If you are of the past generation that grew up reading or writing fanfiction or are a current fanfic reader like myself, you may like her ode to our world. Unfortunately, thereContinue reading “Down With This Ship | Katie Kingman | Book Review”

It All Comes Back To You | Farah Naz Rishi | Book Review

It All Comes Back To You is a messy tale of secrets and second chances. Kiran Noorani and Deen Malik had secretly dated three years ago and were just starting to trust and fall in love when Deen ghosted Kiran. There had been a sudden incident that he was unable to disclose and in orderContinue reading “It All Comes Back To You | Farah Naz Rishi | Book Review”

Battle of the Bands | Lauren Gibaldi and Eric Smith | Book Review

Battle of the Bands is an anthology of sixteen stories all about a high school battle of the bands. Each of these stories is filled with the magic of music, the drama of high school, and the power of a wild, fun, good time. It was all so much fun and brought me back toContinue reading “Battle of the Bands | Lauren Gibaldi and Eric Smith | Book Review”

Words Composed of Sea and Sky | Erica George | Book Review

Words Composed of Sea and Sky is the debut novel of Erica George. It follows two timelines – one in present day and one during the Civil War era – and is beautifully written and easy to follow. The two stories are intersected with each other in ways that are unexpected but flowed so goodContinue reading “Words Composed of Sea and Sky | Erica George | Book Review”

Chasing the Four Winds

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A. A. MacConnell

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