Kasie West, the queen of contemporary YA romance, tackles a lottery wine, an Asian love interest, and big money problems in Lucky in Love.
I’ve always been a fan of Jodi Picoult books, ever since I saw my mom reading them when I was a kid, and I’m happy to say my love for Picoult has continued to this day,
I don’t normally consider myself a movie watcher, but over this Christmas break,, I watched a metric heck ton of movies. Unsurprisingly, a huge chunk of these movies were related to books
I’ve probably read the books a few times in my life and seen the movies, especially Goblet of Fire, hundreds of times, and yet on this re-read a couple things caught my attention as things I had completely forgot happened
I decided to make a list of 100 things I’m going to do in 2018, everything from read 52 books to watch every Star Wars movie to donate blood to learn to tie a bowtie, and I’m really excited to complete them all. However, I noticed that A LOT of my goals were book related, so I wanted to share the all with you
Kasie West’s Love, Life, and the List is a must-read for all YA contemporary romance readers. I haven’t related so much to a book in a long time.
If you’re struggling with your PopSugar Reading Challenge for 2018, check out some of these options!
I’m always interested in looking at the breakdown of my reading, especially fiction versus nonfiction, male vs female authors, etc. Here is my 2017 reading broken down by the numbers.
After seeing Wonder in theaters with my third grade sister’s class, I felt compelled to read the book, and I’m glad I did. The movie, directed by Stephen Chbosky, author of The Perks of Being a Wallflower, was a pretty good adaptation of the book and the casting was amazing, but I enjoyed the book just as much
Recently I devoured the book Young Jane Young and discovered Gabrielle Zevin. Now, I want to showcase her as an author.
The Bachelor is back, with Arie taking the helm as the giver of the roses. It’s always interesting to hear from the contestants that won, and those who didn’t, after their tenure with the show is over. Here are their stories.