Audiobook Review & Giveaway: All Boys Aren’t Blue by George M. Johnson All Boys Aren’t Blue by George M. Johnson is the YA GLBTQIA+ memoir of the year! You heard it here first. This book will win all the awards – because it made me feel all the feels. It […]
New Release Tuesday: YA New Releases March 10th 2020 Today isn’t the biggest day for YA New releases, however there are some pretty powerful books releasing today. So I am here to recommend you buy a diverse book to read and expand your mind.
New Release Tuesday: YA New Releases March 3rd 2020 I don’t know if y’all are ready for the amount of books releasing today! I am sure I probably missed a few just because of the sheer volume of releases. But of course there are so many…that I hope you can […]
New Release Tuesday: YA New Releases January 28th 2020 Join me in wishing all these new releases a happy book birthday! Adult Crossover: .
Review: Make Your Own Beauty Masks by Emma Trithart Macmillan’s new children’s imprint, Odd Dot, has a variety of interactive books perfect for gift giving. They sent us Make Your Own Beauty Masks: 38 Simple, All-Natural Recipes for Healthy Skin and we could not resist trying a few! TY to […]
Author Interview & Review: Embrace Your Weird by Felicia Day Filled with exercises designed to help readers explore what makes them interesting (WEIRD), the idea for Embrace Your Weird came in response to Felicia’s readers sharing how her memoir, You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost), helped them break through […]
Feature: Barnes & Noble #BookHaul Did someone say BOOK SALE? Barnes & Noble currently has more than 1,000 titles on sale 50% off, including tons of new releases! How could we possibly resist getting our haul on? Check out what we picked up below and get your haul on before […]
Books on Our Radar: How to Survive a Horror Movie: All the Skills to Dodge the Kills by Seth Grahame-Smith Why are they always running up the stairs when they should be running out the door? If you’re a 90s horror fan, you have probably asked yourself this. Well, here’s […]
Author Interview: Brave Face by Shaun David Hutchinson 2019 is a blessed year because not only do we get a new Shaun David Hutchinson contemporary (which is fab and you should check it out) but we also get his memoir. Even better, he had the opportunity to narrate his teenage […]
Review & Feature: Balance is B.S.: How to Ditch Expectations, Uphold Your Values and Embrace a Work-Life Blend by Tamara Loehr Look, here’s my reality – I am frequently overcommitted. I balance a full time job as the CEO of a nonprofit, book influencing, my marriage, my 5 pets, my […]