Sleep With Me Podcast: Bedtime Stories for Adults

Sleep With Me Podcast: Bedtime Stories for Adults

   Vector designed by Digimad Media Sleep With Me Podcast is a bedtime story for adults. Raise your hand if you’ve had trouble falling asleep. Anyone can have a tough time falling asleep – no matter your age! Maybe you were stressed about a math test, your to do list, adult stuff, yadda yadda the… Read More »

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THE UNFINISHED LIFE OF ADDISON STONE by Adele Griffin

THE UNFINISHED LIFE OF ADDISON STONE by Adele Griffin

I don’t typically read nonfiction. Fiction creates a story for me. Nonfiction doesn’t do the same. This book lured me in. It was surprising that it had such an interesting plot. Addison was a fascinating person. She was burning . She was eccentric. I thought she was fascinating. But not someone I would friend. She was someone who… Read More »

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Peak Review

Peak Review

Peak was an awesome story about adventure in the mountains and finding out who you really are. I hate heights – airplanes, helicopters, extremely high rides, escalators, etc etc but it sure was fun reading about a fourteen year old boy trying to climb Mt. Everest. Although it is definitely not something I would ever try… Read More »

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BookTubeAthon TBR

BookTubeAthon TBR

BookTubeAthon, hosted by Ariel, starts next week -yay! It runs the 3rd to the 9th. It seems like it has been forever since I participated in a readathon. And let me just say there a ton of new readathons this year! I need to update my 2015 readathon guide. Oh yeah, don’t forget about the… Read More »

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Ceaseless by Abbi Glines – Review

Ceaseless by Abbi Glines – Review

So this is it, book 3 of the Existence Trilogy. And man do I feel bad for Dank. I just want to squeeze him and tell him that all will be ok. This is one epic tale. Dank has lost Pagan and now he has to go back and win her heart all over again…. Read More »

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THE HEIR by Kiera Cass

THE HEIR by Kiera Cass

Eadlyn was a great character. I liked that she didn’t listen to anyone else. She did what she wanted and nothing else. That might annoy some people, though. Her words might seem caustic. Eadlyn made her own story. She did things her way. And she truly didn’t need a guy. Which annoyed me. She didn’t… Read More »

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#TBRTakedown Readathon 2.0 TBR

#TBRTakedown Readathon 2.0 TBR

I’m going to be participating in the #TBRTakedown Readathon 2.0 from July 25-31! This readathon is being hosted by Shannon of leaninglights on Youtube. You can find the announcement video here. I didn’t do so well last time. The only book I read on my TBR was The Tales of Beedle the Bard. Whoops! Oh… Read More »

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Ten Books That Celebrate Diversity

Ten Books That Celebrate Diversity

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the Broke and The Bookish. Ten Books That Celebrate Diversity/Diverse Characters Jessie’s Top Ten I chose books that I know have a diverse cast of characters. Several of these actually have a person of color as the main character. 1. The Clockwork Dagger Duology by Beth Cato 2. The… Read More »

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Winter Falls by Nicole Maggi – Review

Winter Falls by Nicole Maggi – Review

Winter Falls is a spine-tingling, dark mystical tale, that takes the reader on an amazing journey. I loved the characters who were ever-evolving, yet easy to relate to. Take Alessia, she’s your normal everyday teenager. She just happens to be swooning over the dark, mysterious new boy at school and has no worries, until her… Read More »

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An Ember in the Ashes Review

An Ember in the Ashes Review

An Ember in the Ashes is seriously the BEST ya book I’ve read this year! Possibly in the last couple of years actually. And what is so unique is that it’s inspired by ancient Rome. Going in I had no idea what to expect because it was so super hyped up. But, wow, it was… Read More »

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