You Say It First | Katie Cotugno
Oct. 9, 2020
Long distance has never looked so...realistic.
When Meg from the suburbs of Philadelphia rings up Colby, a boy from small-town Ohio, she was actually looking to speak to his dad to see if he needed help with his voting registration through the nonprofit she works at. One problem, his dad has been dead for a while now.
Of course, Meg apologizes, even if she needed to memorize the number from the system ...
Finding Balance | Kati Gardner
Sept. 2, 2020
—Thank you to Flux Books and Kati Gardner for the ARC!—
“You said something one time: that you were in control of your story. It stuck. This way, I’m in control of mine.”
If there’s one thing this story is about, it’s about adapting and being able to be in control of how life treats you. Neither Mari Manos or Jase Ellison have had easy lives by any definition. Throughout the book, we ...
Sept. 1, 2020
Yet another month of quarantine/social distancing passes, and I continue to find myself on the outside looking in. Kind of, if you consider the outside the inside and vice versa.
I don’t really go outside; in fact, this month marks the first time I actually went out with a friend for a longer period of time. Back in March or April, I delivered baked goods to a handful of my friends, ...
She's Too Pretty to Burn | Wendy Heard
Aug. 23, 2020
--Thank you to Henry Holt & Company, NetGalley, and Wendy Heard for providing me an eARC in exchange for an honest review.--
Let me just start off my review by saying it deserves the five stars.
“She’s Too Pretty to Burn” is a 2020 YA psychological thriller written by Wendy Heard. It details the story of photographer Veronica and swimmer Mick, finding each other on the outskirts of a party they both find ...
The Bro Code | Elizabeth Seibert
Aug. 12, 2020