Bryan Stevenson Unless you have a direct connection to the justice system, I don't think it is entirely possible to understand just how unfair and corrupt it can be. Sure, there are some really great and positive things to come from it sometimes, but there are also so many terrible injustices that come from a… Continue reading Just Mercy
What to read now that you've got the time Are you finding yourself with more time on your hands than you know what to do with? Now is the time to do what you've been putting off for months, maybe even years, and read that book that's been collecting dust on the shelf! Maybe it's… Continue reading Quarantine Reads
Spring is finally here! Even though the snow has yet to disappear, I can hear the waves crashing against faraway beaches telling me to pick up a book and hop on the next flight to somewhere warm. Whether you have a whole week off for Spring break or just a long weekend, now is the… Continue reading 10 Books Perfect for a Day at the Beach
Victoria Lee Sometimes I wonder if I read too many dystopian novels, but then I sternly remind myself that, no, THAT’S NOT POSSIBLE. The Fever King by Victoria Lee did not fail to fill that little hole in my heart that was in desperate want of words written about the downfall of some post-apocalyptic world… Continue reading The Fever King
Cassandra Clare Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare kicks off the Dark Artifices trilogy. Prepare to be sucked into the wild and dangerous world of Shadowhunters - where demons threaten the world and everything is more complicated than at first it seems. Emma and Julian are parabatai - connected by a special and sacred bond that… Continue reading Lady Midnight
If you don't like to read, you haven't found the right book. — J. K. Rowling This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more.