Book Review: Prince Charming by Rachel Hawkins | Royalty, Scottish Highlands & Rakish Princes

Prince Charming (aka Royals) was a delightful read. It was funny, light and downright amusing. Daisy is American born of British parents, she’s lived a fairly quiet and normal life until her older sister Eleanor Winters gets engaged to Crown Prince Alexander of Scotland. When her boyfriend tries to sell her pictures to a tabloid … Continue reading Book Review: Prince Charming by Rachel Hawkins | Royalty, Scottish Highlands & Rakish Princes

Book Review: The Education of Margot Sanchez by Lilliam Rivera

The Education of Margot Sanchez by Lilliam Rivera focuses on Margot, a fifteen years old Latina girl who's spending her summer working in her dad's supermarket to pay back the money she stole for a shopping spree. Margot is desperately trying to fit in with the rich white kids at her new school. She changes … Continue reading Book Review: The Education of Margot Sanchez by Lilliam Rivera

Book Review: Running With Lions by Julian Winters | Soccer Camp…but Make it Queer

It’s the beginning of summer for Sebastian and he’s going to soccer camp with his friends and some of the most accepting coaches in the world. When Sebastian’s ex-friend Emir Shah shows up, he doesn’t know how to feel about it and is worried it will mess with the psyche of the team.     … Continue reading Book Review: Running With Lions by Julian Winters | Soccer Camp…but Make it Queer

Book Review: What If It’s Us by Becky Albertalli & Adam Silvera + Brief Discussion on Pop Culture References in Fiction

I’m not sure how they managed to write some of these scenes without cringing so hard that their faces hurt. Ben and Arthur meet outside a post office and they lose each other immediately after. Ben is attempting to ship a box to his ex-boyfriend and Arthur follows him in because he thinks Ben is … Continue reading Book Review: What If It’s Us by Becky Albertalli & Adam Silvera + Brief Discussion on Pop Culture References in Fiction

37 Thoughts I Had While Rereading Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone

37 Thoughts I Had While Rereading Harry Potter

So I joined Noura's PotterheadReadalong19 even though I'm a mood reader and I hate reading challenges but I did it. And I'm behind but I'll catch up. Rereading this book made me realise how much I missed it all. It was such a great series to grow up with and brought back a lot of … Continue reading 37 Thoughts I Had While Rereading Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone

Book Review: Iron Cast by Destiny Soria | Magical Abilities Beyond Your Imagination

Title: Iron Cast Author: Destiny Soria Publisher: Harry N. Abrams Genre: YA Fantasy Rating: ★★★★☆  Goodreads | Amazon Content  warning: racism, torture When it comes to reading, fantasy has always been my favourite genre but I fell out of love with it and only just started getting back into it.I’m glad I stumbled across Destiny Soria’s … Continue reading Book Review: Iron Cast by Destiny Soria | Magical Abilities Beyond Your Imagination

Book Review: This Is Kind Of An Epic Love Story by Kherryn Callender | Not Really “Epic”

Title: This Is Kind Of An Epic Love Story Author: Kherryn Callender Genre: YA Contemporary Publisher: Balzer + Bray Rating:  ★★★☆☆  Goodreads | Amazon “But that’s what makes it epic. You don’t need to die for each other to make this exciting. Just the fact that you’re here together – that’s enough. That’s epic enough.” … Continue reading Book Review: This Is Kind Of An Epic Love Story by Kherryn Callender | Not Really “Epic”

Book Review: The Summer Of Jordi Perez (and the Best Burger in Los Angeles) by Amy Spalding

Title: The Summer Of Jordi Perez (and the Best Burger in Los Angeles) Author: Amy Spalding Genre: YA Contemporary Publisher: Sky Pony Rating: ★★★☆☆      Goodreads | Amazon | Takealot “And right at this very moment, for maybe the first time ever, I feel like I’m in my own story.” I knew I was going … Continue reading Book Review: The Summer Of Jordi Perez (and the Best Burger in Los Angeles) by Amy Spalding