Opposite of Always – Justin A. Reynolds

(Justin A. Reynolds, 2019) Jack Ellison King. King of Almost. He almost made valedictorian. He almost made varsity. He almost got the girl . . .  When Jack and Kate meet at a party, bonding until sunrise over their mutual love of Froot Loops and their favorite flicks, Jack knows he’s falling—hard. Soon she’s meeting [...]


First Impression Friday – Scythe

Hey ya’ll! I am coming at ya with a “weekly” meme thanks to my friend Joe over @ Storeys of Stories! I really liked this idea because it is less commitment on my part (I don’t have to do it EVERY week, only when I start a new book) and gets me talking about books I [...]

The Zodiac Challenge

A very special thank you to Sha & Mandy @ Book Princess Reviews for tagging me in this, and a handful of other tags this past few weeks! They were inspired for this specific tag by Natalia Taylor and Safiya Nygaard. It's actually funny that this was inspired by Safiya Nygaard because I only just recently discovered her on [...]

Practical Magic – Alice Hoffman

(Alice Hoffman, 2003) The Owens sisters confront the challenges of life and love in this bewitching novel from New York Times bestselling author Alice Hoffman. For more than two hundred years, the Owens women have been blamed for everything that has gone wrong in their Massachusetts town. Gillian and Sally have endured that fate as well: as [...]

TBR Tuesday – April TBR

Priorities  Backlist Book for March/April:Practical Magic - Alice Hoffman Uncommon Type - Tom Hanks   Bookmarked Book Discussion for April:Scythe - Neal Shusterman   Might Get To  New Releases:Rayne & Delilah's Midnight Matinee - Jeff Zentner A Curse so Dark and Lonely - Brigid Kemmerer The Opposite of Always - Justin A. Reynolds   Library [...]

Gilmore Girls Tag

Gilmore Girls is still one of my favorite shows. It still amazes me how witty and quick these characters are. I love the small town atmosphere (complete with their small town celebrations and customs) in direct contrast with a much more wealthy and "civilized" society. I think that it is one of the best scripted [...]