Book Review | Would Like to Meet

This year is the year I finally came to terms with how much I love romance novels. Specifically, romantic comedies. Which is really no surprise since I love rom coms. Why I never thought I would also love them in book form, I will never know. But I have seen the light, and I’m not […]

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Book Review | Chase Darkness With Me

I have always loved true crime shows, and over the past few years, that love has transferred to books. True crime is turning out to be one of my favorite genres of nonfiction (I’ve read five so fr this year). I’ve been hearing about Billy Jensen’s Chase Darkness with Me, and decided it would make […]

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Book Review | A Constellation of Roses

As I’ve gotten older, I’ve felt more and more detached from young adult fiction. Which is a shame because I used to love reading as much of it as I could get my hands on. But, at thirty, I just sometimes struggle to identify with teenage characters. However, I am looking for that book that […]

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Book Review | Little Weirds

You might know Jenny Slate from Parks & Rec, The Secret Life of Pets, or Obvious Child. Which is exactly how I knew her (seriously, I hear her voice and a fluffy little white dog pops into my head, I can’t help it). But I am so glad I decided to pick up her book, […]

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Book Review | The Girl in Red

I love Christina Henry’s books. Especially her fairy tale retellings – if you haven’t read Alice or Lost Boy yet, you should get on that. Needless to say, I was very excited to pick up Henry’s newest book, The Girl in Red – her take on the Little Red Riding Hood story. Because a postapocalyptic […]

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Book Review | My Sister the Serial Killer

My Sister the Serial Killer has been sitting on my shelves for months. It was a great fit for my Spookathon TBR, so I finally read it! It turned out to be perfect for a readathon because it was such a quick read. (All reviews are spoiler-free unless otherwise noted.) Synopsis When Korede’s dinner is […]

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Book Review | The Chestnut Man

It’s time for all the spooky reads, and I’m pretty sure serial killer thrillers qualify. And one of the books I’ve been excited about since it came out last month is The Chestnut Man by Søren Sveistrup. Because I have never read a single Scandanavian/Nordic thriller, and I felt like I had to fix that. […]

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