I discovered Queer Eye, and ultimately fell in love with it, in the strangest way
The War Outside takes place in an internment camp in Crystal City, Texas during the 1940s
People who know me know I don’t LOVE fantasy, but since this was a class assignment, I decided to shoot for a fantasy/sci-fi novel that would fit my other interests.
Angie Thomas is back, and with The Hate U Give topping two years on the NYT bestsellers list, you can bet her sophomore novel, On the Come Up, is going to make a splash too
The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein is the perfect horror read 200 years post Frankenstein.
Andrew Clements, the king of the middle grade novel, is back with The Friendship War, a tale of collection, buttons, friendship, and fads
After nearly a year of waiting for the sequel to Truly Devious, it finally arrived in my Audible library.
I picked up Thanks Obama by David Litt, a White House speech writer who now runs Funny or Die in DC. I was not disappointed.
The author behind the hit One of Us is Lying is back with her sophomore novel, Two Can Keep a Secret.
The 2020 primaries are going to be atrocious, we can all acknowledge that, but I’m sitting here with my fingers crossed that Howard Schultz launches an independent campaign.
The story of the girl who was shot by the Taliban for going to school is well-known now that that girl, Malala Yousafzai, has won the Nobel Peace Prize
I was looking for a book of poetry or in verse for my YA literature class and this one came highly recommended. I flew through it like I do all books in verse and I really enjoyed it.