Outside Looking In

I feel like every generation has some "fandoms" that, although they can transcend time and appeal to various age groups, are seen almost as a "staple." But, of course, it's impossible to involve yourself in all of them. So here are the ones I missed out on, as a millenial growing up in the nineties/2000's!... Continue Reading →

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Reader’s Delight

As a birthday treat to myself, I bought a grab bag from Out of Print. I had previously bought a sweatshirt and some socks from them over Christmas and was super impressed with the quality, so when the grab bags came back in stock I jumped on the opportunity to buy one. And I thought... Continue Reading →

Don’t Judge…

How often have we been told not to judge a book by its cover? In general, I abide by this - in life, and when it comes to actual books. As a reader, I'm more likely to be drawn in by a powerful synopsis than by a cover. But, undeniably, a gorgeous cover is super... Continue Reading →

The Things We Connect With

When you read a book, what are the things you connect with? Are there certain factors that stand out to you more than others? I read mostly YA, but I don't shy away from any particular genre, and do stray into adult literature on occasion. For me, there are a couple of elements that leap... Continue Reading →

Five Life-Changing Reads

Every avid reader has a favorite book or two... or seventy-six. But some of those notable or obscure titles can be life-changing. So, here's a list of some of the books that have changed my life - not only as a reader, but as a person! 1.) Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie - Most folks... Continue Reading →

A Glimpse….

It's been two years since my YA novel  I'm With You came out, and though I hope to have my next YA/Fantasy novel out soon, I feel like I haven't shared anything about my next project other than some vague comments. So, here's an excerpt from the MS in its current state - obviously, since I'm... Continue Reading →

Literary Love Quotes

In honor of my beloved older sister getting married TOMORROW, I thought I'd whip up a post on some of my favorite, and most poignant literary love quotes! “The world may laugh—may call me absurd, selfish—but it does not signify. My very soul demands you.” - Edward Rochester to Jane Eyre, Jane Eyre by Charlotte... Continue Reading →

Books I “Hate”

I mean... "hate" is a strong word, and it implies a whole slew of negative things, which is not my intention with this post. All of the books mentioned here are great books, most with legendary authors who have more talent in their pinkie fingers than I have in my entire body. I just didn't... Continue Reading →

How I Learned to Love to Read

I've already told the horrible story of Lucille, but before that dastardly purple horse, I was brought into the wonderful world of reading with a series about a character known as Little Critter, created by Mercer Mayer. If you are unfamiliar with Little Critter, this is what he looks like: A bit frightening, but he... Continue Reading →

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