Hooray! Blacksouls by Nicole Castroman is out TODAY!!! I absolutely loved the first book in the Blackhearts series, which is the origin story of one of the most infamous pirates of all-time, Blackbeard! Yes, Blackbeard was a real pirate who lived during the 17th-18th centuries! Here's a few more fun facts that you might not know about him! … Continue reading Celebrating Blacksouls Release Date with Some Blackbeard Fun Facts
If you ever get the opportunity to go to a Margaret Stohl event, DO. NOT. MISS. IT. This was one of the most entertaining author events that we've been to this year, and that's saying something! Margaret is so intelligent, and I loved listening to her talk about writing and just life in general. She is also one … Continue reading An Educational Evening About L.A. Living with Margaret Stohl
Hello, everyone! I haven't done a Standalone Sunday in weeks, so I'm so excited to be able to participate today, especially since this book is one that I am DYING to get my hands on when it comes out next month! Standalone Sunday is a weekly meme created by Megan@bookslayerReads. This meme is about a Standalone … Continue reading Standalone Sunday: Given to the Sea
The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett came out in January of this year, and I absolutely LOVED it. Check out my full review here! So this week's post is not only to make sure that you're all keeping an eye out for new books from this incredibly talented author, but also a reminder to READ THIS BOOK if … Continue reading 2017 Debut Authors to Watch: Chelsea Sedoti
To celebrate the release of Elizabeth Brigg's latest novel Future Threat, this AMAZING panel of authors played Author Truth or Dare and made all of us audience members laugh until we cried. Erin Summerill was the hilariously ruthless moderator that made these ladies do things like spell the title of their book with their bottom, sing one of the … Continue reading Booknerdigans at the Elizabeth Briggs Event!
Happy #ThirstyThursday my fellow adult YA readers! February is officially over! Did you get all of the books read you wanted to in this short month? I know I didn't QUITE get there, but I was oh so close, and this week in particular was a great book week for me! Here's a peak at all my wine recommendations for … Continue reading This Week’s YA and Wine Pairings
I really enjoyed this book. I was captivated by the premise of it, and it's definitely one of those books that gets better and better as it progresses. It does have cussing, A LOT of cussing, and we'll get into that a bit later. I did really enjoy reading this book, and I'm so looking … Continue reading Firstlife Review and Thoughts on Cussing in YA