My TBR List For the Holidays

I'm lucky enough to have a day job that provides quite a bit of time off, especially around the holidays. So with a rather large break looming, I've stacked myself a bit of a reading list, and I simply cannot wait to settle in for some time away from the office with lots of good … Continue reading My TBR List For the Holidays

Distracted Blogger 2016 Summer Reading

Even though, where I live, we had snow like literally two weeks ago, I'm officially calling it summer... ...or spring, at least. I just want it to be a season where I'm not always freezing. ANYWAY since it's getting warmer, it's time to start planning out my summer reading! Here's what I've got on the docket: … Continue reading Distracted Blogger 2016 Summer Reading

Where Futures End Blog Tour

I love stories that have to do with time travel and crazy plotlines, so when I got the chance to take a peek at the new book, Where Futures End by Parker Peevyhouse, I jumped at the chance. The story is a middle grade/YA book that tells five stories of five teens in five different time … Continue reading Where Futures End Blog Tour

It’s Totally a Real Job: Kathleen Smith, Author

In this week's installment of It's Totally a Real Job, I'm chatting with Kathleen Smith, a blogger and the author of the upcoming book, The Fangirl Life: A Guide to Feeling All the Feels and Learning How to Deal. If you read Sam Maggs' The Fangirl's Guide to the Galaxy, Kathleen's book should be right up your alley! … Continue reading It’s Totally a Real Job: Kathleen Smith, Author

Chatting with Gwenda Bond about Lois Lane: Double Down

A few months ago I read--and promptly fell in love with--Gwenda Bond's first Lois Lane novel, Fallout. So when I heard about Gwenda writing a second Lois Lane novel, Double Down, I got incredibly excited. Check out the amazing working cover: Here's a bit from the official press release: DC Comics’ iconic character Lois Lane … Continue reading Chatting with Gwenda Bond about Lois Lane: Double Down

Book Review: You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)

I've been excited about Felicia Day's memoir since the moment it was announced. When it was first available for pre-order, by some magical act of providence, I had recently been given a Barnes & Noble gift card. If you know me, B&N gift cards make it maaayyybeee 1 hour before I buy ALL THE BOOKS … Continue reading Book Review: You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)

Guest Post by April Genevieve Tucholke: Inspiration for “The Flicker, The Fingers, The Beat, The Sigh”

I pushed myself last month to read a novel, a collection of short stories, and a novella to break myself out of a months-long reading slump. While finishing the books took a bit over a month, I read each of them, loved them, and have since waved that pesky reading desert wasteland goodbye. Yesterday, I talked … Continue reading Guest Post by April Genevieve Tucholke: Inspiration for “The Flicker, The Fingers, The Beat, The Sigh”

Is Armada Worth All the Hype?

Earlier in the summer, I wrote about how I had found myself in a reading slump. To help myself break out, I picked three books to read in the month of July. Though the books definitely did bleed a bit into August, I read all three books and finally, FINALLY broke out of my reading … Continue reading Is Armada Worth All the Hype?

DC Super Heroes Origami Review, Or Kendall Sucks at Paper-Folding

When I got the opportunity to read and review an advanced copy of DC Super Heroes Origami by John Montroll, I was so incredibly excited. I mean, just check out this book trailer: Looks like a TON of fun, right? I couldn't wait to get my copy of the book. When it finally arrived, I was … Continue reading DC Super Heroes Origami Review, Or Kendall Sucks at Paper-Folding

Summer Reading Woes: Breaking Out of a Reading Slump

I love to read. I've always loved reading. There's just something wonderful about losing yourself for hours within the pages of an amazing book. Last summer, Hubs and I took a trip to the beach, and I read nearly five books over the course of our beach time. Reading to the sounds of the crashing … Continue reading Summer Reading Woes: Breaking Out of a Reading Slump