I Won a Couple of Goodreads Giveaways: John Coy’s Gap Life & Sara Lovestam’s Wonderful Feels Like This (2017 Reading Books #31 & 32)

I’ve become a rabid fan of Goodreads giveaways, entering any and all that are of interest me, although recently I’ve limited it to just YA novels. Still, I check and enter giveaways almost daily. And I was even lucky enough to win a couple of books a month ago. Sara...

Hope for the Future of YA: Eric Lindstrom’s Not If I See You First (2017 Reading Book #30)

When I absolutely LOVE a book, I will post about it on Facebook, tweet my praise to the author, ramble about it on Goodreads, and tell my writer friends to read it. And that is exactly what I did upon finishing Not If I See You First. There is so much...

On the Fictional Corner of Neuro-Diverse and Easy Life: Holly Goldberg Sloan’s Counting by 7s (2017 Reading Book #29)

I have a vague memory from years ago of my mom telling me about this book after listening to some program on NPR that mentioned it. Ever since then, it was on my mental to-read list. In January, it was discounted on the iBooks store and I decided to read...

Always Relevant: J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter Series (2017 Reading Books #21-28)

There’s never a bad time to re-read Harry Potter. It’s been something I’ve been meaning to do since I last re-read them when I was in high school. Plus, it was a necessary precursor to reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. So I put the books on my 2017 to-read...

A Perfect Binge-Read for a Long Weekend: Brit Bennett’s The Mothers (2017 Reading Book #20)

I’m always a little bit dubious of books that get a lot of acclaim. Maybe that’s unfair to the author or the book, but sometimes what garners a large fanbase isn’t always that fantastic (cough cough Fifty Shades of Gray cough cough). But I am super grateful that I did...
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