REVIEW: The Start of Me and You by Emery Lord

 Title & Author: The Start of Me and You by Emery Lord
 Series: N/A
 Publisher: Bloomsbury, 384 pages
 Release Date: March 31, 2015
 Genre: Contemporary
 Source: Provided by the publisher (thank you!) 
  Amazon  |  Goodreads  | Emery Lord

 SYNOPSIS: (According to my husband, who has NOT read the book —  see how well he listens to my bookish ramblings)

A girl is a real headcase after her boyfriend dies.  Enter Super Nerd.  The day is saved!  Sounds great!  Read it!

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GIVEAWAY: NOWHERE BUT HERE by Katie McGarry (Signed ARC!!)

 I am dancing.

 Do you have any idea WHY I’m dancing??


But first. I gotta tell you something.

Katie McGarry is the best.  No, really she is.  I got to hang out and eat donuts with her a few weeks ago when she was in Philly for Apollycon.  She is even nicer in person than she is on twitter! (which seems impossible considering how nice she is on twitter.)  If she is ever in your area, you MUST go see her!

Fact of the day: She is a jelly donut fan.


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Top Ten Tuesday: SPRING TBR!

The topic this week didn’t really excite me, so I decided to use last week’s topic instead since I skipped it!  You all know I have trouble actually using a TBR list, so there is no way I will read all of these books this spring, BUT… here are 10 books that would probably be excellent choices!  I honestly do hope to ready all of these very soon!

In no particular order…



So, maybe you noticed.

Maybe you didn’t.

I sure as hell hope you have.  :)


I haven’t been posting much over the last month or two.  My computer was suffering a slow death.  Anyway, finally got a new computer today!!  I am so excited and can’t wait to get back to my routine!  I’ve missed you all!

REVIEW: Graceling by Kristin Cashore

 Title & Author: Graceling by Kristin Cashore
 Series: Graceling Realm #1
 Publisher: Harcourt, 471 pages
 Release Date: October 1, 2008
 Genre: Fantasy
 Source: Purchased
  Amazon  |  Goodreads  |  Kristin Cashore

 SYNOPSIS: (According to my husband, who has NOT read the book —  see how well he listens to my bookish ramblings)

So many bad ass young adult woman.  You know who I’m talking about.  Celaena (Throne of Glass), Rose (Vampire Academy), and the chick from Mafi’s book that shakes the ground.  Katsa gives these unrealistic women a run for their money.  Watch out ladies!  She can destroy mountain lions in below freezing temperatures!  Do yourself a favor- READ IT!        

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